Nehalem Bay State Park is located off the scenic Highway 101 in Oregon on a sand spit which has the Pacific Ocean on one side and a bay on the other. Historically, this was an area utilized by the Nehalem-Tillamook Indians for millennia prior to the European invasion.
The park has 265 camp sites which have electrical hookups and water. There are also 17 horse campsites, each with two double corrals, a fire ring, and a picnic table. For those with airplanes, there are some primitive fly-in sites.