Horsfall Beach Cleanup

Join SOLVE, Oregon State Parks, and the Surfrider Foundation on Saturday, April 1, 10 AM – 1 PM for a cleanup at Horsfall Beach! This event is part of the annual Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup, a statewide effort to keep our beaches healthy and reduce the impacts to marine life. Dress for rain or shine and wear sturdy shoes. SOLVE will provide bags and gloves. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own reusable bucket/bag and water bottle to help reduce plastic waste. Don’t forget about the small stuff! The #1 items found on Oregon beaches are tiny bits of plastic and cigarette butts, which are harmful to shore birds and marine life. Bring an old colander to sift the sand for these items. Please remember our ocean shores can be dangerous. Avoid logs in the water and marine mammals, and never turn your back on the ocean! If you find any hazardous material, please alert your Beach Captain. Hauling, disposal services donated by Les' Sanitary.


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  • When

    Saturday, 04/01/2017
    10:00 AM-1:00 PM

  • Where

    Horsfall Beach
    Horsfall Beach Rd. Coos, OR.
    North Bend

  • Directions

    From Hwy 101, Follow Horsfall Beach Rd. in North Bend West to beach

  • Meeting Spot

    From Hwy 101, take Trans Pacific Ln. Turn right onto Horsfall Beach Rd. Follow Horsfall Beach Rd. West to beach

  • Safety issues


  • Minimum age

    No minimum age

  • If available please bring

    work gloves work boots colander shovel

  • Coordinator

    Sandra James
    Sandra.L.James@oregon.gov
    541-888-3778 x441

  • Registration Questions

    Kaleen Boyle
    503-844-9571 x332
    or 800-333-7658 x332
    kaleen@solveoregon.org