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While in Newport, I stopped by to see what the hype was all about. Being on vacay mode, of course is didn’t wake up early enough to arrive during low tide. By the time I arrived, the water was already slowly coming in making it...More
If you time your visit to this amazing natural sculpture you will find yourself able to go inside for a one of a kind experience. Our land is ever changing and to be able to safely walk inside of this landmark is something you won’t...More
This area offers great views north, west and south. Besides the punch bowl, the whales were active as the tide came in. Surfers were also enjoying the tides to the south, but they were very gentle so not a ton of activity.
If you are...More
We went when the Tide was still out, but was already starting to make it's way back in. We wanted to go down and look around inside, but didn't want to risk it. So we just viewed from above.
Still very awesome, but we will...More
People complaining that nothing to see at low tide from the top aren't wrong. But if you get there in time to get inside, DO IT! Access the beach on the north side by driving down C Ave to the far parking lot on the...More
One of the most scenic portions of the Oregon coast. Huge rock outcroppings which the waves slam in to and create phenomal photos. The punch bowl is an opening in a large rock which as waves come in spray high into the air . Acess...More
People were lined up for blocks trying to get into this park. There was a tow-truck circling so I presume the locals are serious about their "no parking" signs. We gave up trying to find a parking spot.
We enjoyed visiting this place and look forward to coming back one day. The Devils Punchbowl is a must see at least once. Parking area is good with easy access. Scenic trails marked from easy to moderate are great and should not be missed. If...More
Response from Curatio D | Reviewed this property |
There were lots of dogs there so I’m going to go with yes on that. Friendly tip - get the app for tide charts or get a tide chart from a ranger station. You can walk into the Punchbowl at low tide and then view it from above... More
There were lots of dogs there so I’m going to go with yes on that. Friendly tip - get the app for tide charts or get a tide chart from a ranger station. You can walk into the Punchbowl at low tide and then view it from above at high tide. Amazing experience! Enjoy!
Response from Patricia M | Reviewed this property |
Make sure you put it in your GPS as Devil's Punchbowl State Natural Area. Watch for the sign. It looks like a regular side street but keep going. It is at the end of the street. You will pass the picnic area, restrooms... More
Make sure you put it in your GPS as Devil's Punchbowl State Natural Area. Watch for the sign. It looks like a regular side street but keep going. It is at the end of the street. You will pass the picnic area, restrooms and then there is a coffee shop at the end. If you go at high tide you see it with water in it. Low tide you will get to walk into it. I liked low tide best. Check the boulders as you might see a starfish or two. Good Luck!!