Where are the most popular tidepooling spots?

Tide-pooling on the Oregon Coast!

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New tidepooling map shows you

Can you name three animals that you might see in an Oregon tidepool? How about a gumboot chiton, a ribbed limpet or an acorn barnacle? The new Oregon Tidepools website includes photos of these and other species, as well as tidepool trip tips and directions to popular spots. The site has everything needed to plan your trip—just in time for spring’s extreme tides April 25- May 1!

Already on the coast and have your smart phone? The website is mobile-enabled, which means it’s repackaged for mobile devices for quick and easy viewing. Take a look at tide information, find tidepools, and read safety and etiquette tips. Ever wondered how seaweeds keep upright or how barnacles eat? The species guide has facts about some of Oregon’s most popular and common rocky intertidal plants and animals. Explore the rocky shore via photos and videos including a “virtual…

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2 thoughts on “Where are the most popular tidepooling spots?

    1. We haven’t tide pooled at Bob Creek yet. My favorite is Strawberry Hill for the great tide pools and the agate hunting!

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