Brian Booth State Park

Show09/02/2015
General Advisory
Effective Aug. 19 at 10 a.m., a statewide ban is in place for all campfires and open flames in properties owned and managed by Oregon State Parks, as well as the ocean shores. This includes but is not limited to fire pits, tiki torches, and candles. The use of propane stoves and/or charcoal briquettes for cooking may be allowed, but are subject to local fire restrictions. This ban will be re-evaluated based on fire status, weather and guidance from state and local fire officials. Please check with park staff.

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Brian Booth State Park segments:

Brian Booth State Park, also known as Ona Beach, was renamed by the Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission in 2013 to honor the first chairperson of the original commission (1990-97). The park is a fine, forested ocean flat now developed for extensive daytime shore use. Easy access for beachcombing and great for large picnic gatherings.

From the boat ramp on the east side of the highway, take a kayak tour up to the Beaver Creek wetland.