Visit Haystack Rock
Monday, July 15, 2013
Cannon Beach’s most famous landmark, Haystack rock is one of the West Coast’s most popular attractions and not just for Geology buffs. Haystack rock was created millions of years ago by the same lava flows that formed many of Oregon’s natural features including Tillamook Head and Saddle Mountain.
Adjacent to the beach and accessible by foot at low tide, visitors from all over are drawn to Haystack Rock to check out the surrounding tidal pools and “The Needles” – smaller rock formations nearby. The tidal pools are home to many sea creatures including starfish, anemone, crabs and more. And, the rock itself is also a nesting place for puffins and other sea birds.
Just a short walk from Haystack Rock:
Cannon Beach Hotel, Cannon Beach, OR
Get away and prepare to fall in love with this beautiful seaside town and the charming Cannon Beach Hotel. In continuous operation since its inception in 1914, the Hotel is one of the oldest on the Oregon coast. Cannon Beach Hotel provides a conformable elegant environment enhanced not only by its unique heritage and special location, but also by its outstanding innkeepers and staff.
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