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Myrtle Point Park
Activities:

Visitors use the park for hiking, nature viewing, pinicking and enjoying the beach areas. Numerous school environmental field trips occur in the spring and fall.

Boats, canoes and kayaks regularly use the waterways around Myrtle Point. Additionally, the Friends of Myrtle Point Park regularly host awareness walks, educational activities, bird watching walks and other events at the park.

Visitors have access to most areas of the park and waterfront which includes over 3 miles of hiking trails and 2 miles of shoreline.

Birding and Wildlife Viewing Educational Programs Hiking Picnicking Canoeing / Kayaking
Pet policy: Pets are allowed if kept on a leash and visitor's must be responsible for supervising and cleaning up after pets.
Facilities: Parking, portable restroom facilities, 3 miles of hiking trails, 2 miles of shoreline, picnic tables, trash cans, and informal canoe/kayak launching.
Size: 192 acres
Accessibility: There are several van accessible asphalted pads at the park in designated parking areas; there are no asphalt walkways for accessibility at this time.

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