Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge, OR

Fish and Wildlife Service

Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge

Three Arch Rocks Refuge, comprised of three large coastal rocks and six smaller rocks off the northern Oregon coast, was established in 1907 as the first refuge west of the Mississippi River. The refuge...[more]


1 mile off shore from
Oceanside, OR

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This refuge can be viewed from Cape Meares Refuge or Oceanside State Park. Both Cape Meares and Oceanside are located on the Three Capes Scenic Route west of Tillamook. When approaching Tillamook on U.S. Highway 101, follow signs for the Three Capes Scenic Route.

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