Hug Point Waterfall

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Named for the narrow cape that was once used as a stagecoach pass for early settlers, the Hug Point Waterfall is just one of the many glorious sights to be seen at this ruggedly beautiful state park on the Oregon Coast. The waterfall falls over the cliffs and caves that were formed from water erosion. There's plenty of parking but you have to make sure to get there at low tide in order to walk around the caves at the shoreline.