Photograph Neptune State Park Scenic Viewpoint

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Added by Elena Pearson

A beautiful place to stop when driving up (or down) the Oregon coast!

This state park, just off the 101 near Florence, Oregon, is a cool spot to turn out and check out! Great place to just stop and watch the waves crashing into the rocks as well as all the different wildlife in the area.  If you walk further south, Cummins Creek flows into the ocean.

Also not to be missed is nearby Thor's Well.

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