Kayaking Tours – Beaver Creek Natural Area
Brian Booth State Park

  • The Beaver Creek Natural Area boat ramp, water and hiking trails are open to daytime use.
  • Kayaking Tours were canceled for the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
  • The Beaver Creek Welcome Center is temporarily closed.

Video: Beaver Creek Otters


Rangers at Brian Booth State Park lead 4-hour guided kayak tours (kayaks and equipment provided) at Beaver Creek State Natural Area between July 1 and Labor Day, with sign-up beginning June 1. Tours are from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon. The hours listed include check-in, instruction, 2.5 hours of paddling, and check-out. To make a reservation visit the Beaver Creek website, linked below, or call 541-563-6413. 

The Beaver Creek Nature Center is a 15-20 minute drive north of Yachats. Travel 15 miles north on Hwy 101; at Ona Beach and Hwy 101, turn east onto Beaver Creek Rd. and continue east 1.2 miles to the Welcome Center.

This is a 3-miles paddle that meanders up the lush Beaver Creek valley with views of the surrounding Sitka spruce and alder forested hills. Look for beaver, river otter, muskrat and nutria, Roosevelt elk, or black-tailed deer. There are also excellent year-round birding opportunities here. 

  • Tour groups meet at the
    Beaver Creek Welcome Center
    On Beaver Creek Road
    1.2 miles east of Ona Beach

    Seal Rock, OR 97376
    Reservations Required