Old Growth Cedar Wetlands Preserve

Old Growth Cedar Wetlands Preserve

By far Rockaway Beach’s largest resident is a mammoth Western Red Cedar. This rare treasure is 49 feet in circumference, making it among one of Oregon’s largest trees. It resides inside a 45-acre old growth Cedar wetlands preserve in the coastal forest behind Rockaway...
Twin Rocks; Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Twin Rocks; Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Twin Rocks; Rockaway Beach, Oregon Wide enough to fly a helicopter through Originally called “Profile Rocks” this majestic structure was renamed in 1925 due to another Profile Rocks in the region. Millions of years of erosion (45 million to be a bit more...

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