Oregon Coast HWY 101 - Page 60

Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor Listen carefully and you may hear the maiden voice of an Native American legend. The face in the rock is easily identifiable. © Mossholder | Freeimages.com This 12-mile corridor preserves a section of rugged and pristine coastline off of Highway 101 north of Brookings. Guests can enjoy miles of natural rock formations, sea stacks, beach coves, and rocky cliffs. Geisel Monument State Heritage Site Just off Highway 101, this peaceful site holds the graves of the Geisel family. There is no fee to use this park and a picnic area is available. Grassy Knob Wilderness Area This rugged area covers over 17,000 acres and is popular for camping, hiking, fishing, and hunting. Elevations vary greatly, from sea level to 2,000 foot summits. Harris Beach State Park Seven Devils State Recreation Site Agates can often be found combing this little known beach area off of Highway 101. Shore Acres State Park C