SEAL ROCK's beaches are each unique and beautiful in their own way.
SEAL ROCK STATE PARK
Sunset at Seal Rock by B. Goody
While the geology here is millions of years old, the ocean life here is constant and thrives. This is one of the few places where you can walk up and touch these sentinels of the sea and appreciate all they have seen in their lifetime as do the birds and marine animals who live here.
Windswept Sunrise by B. Goody
Seal Rock Sunset by B. Goody Last Light by D. Brodie
Birds at Sunrise by B. Goody
Dune Flowers by B. Goody Wind Sculpted Footprints by B. Goody
Beach Clover by B. Goody Shifting Sands by B. Goody Driftwood Rainbow by B. Goody
Wind Waves by B. Goody
Christmas Sunset (2007) by B. Goody Violet Vines by B. Goody
Sultry Sunset by B. Goody Golden Sunset by B. Goody
Sea Grass Sunsets by B. Goody
Yule Log by D. Brodie Made an Impression by B. Goody
QUAIL STREET BEACH is a little known area between the SEAL ROCK viewpoint and Driftwood Beach. It is very secluded and has its own tide pools and other unique features including the original settlement of the Collins' family marked by their stone chimney.
Collins' Chimney by B. Goody
A pair of Bald Eagles frequent the area searching for food along the shoreline. On an extreme low tide you will be amazed at the offerings found along this stretch of sand. Small signs on trees along the path indicate this is still a part of the State Park.
Quail Street Sunset by D. Brodie