National Beach Cleanup Initiative - Rockaway Beach, Oregon
"Do It For The Beaches"
The first passenger train came to Rockaway Beach in 1912, and you can still enjoy a train ride to our little beach town thanks to the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad.
Prior to the railroad being built, it was a two-week journey by wagon from Portland to Rockaway Beach along the Wilson River Trail. It’s no wonder the steam train quickly became the main mode of transportation for families visiting the coast. Every Friday afternoon, mothers and their children waited eagerly for the “Daddy Train” that brought all the daddies who were joining their families for the weekend. Read More:
3:30 PM-5:30 PM
Rockaway Beach, Oregon
2310 N Hwy 101. Rockaway Beach, OR 97136
Park near the Rockaway Community Center.
Driving directions Link
On the beach look for Ocean Blue Project flags and sign up table.
Glass is a possible thing found on beaches.
If available please bring:
Reusable water bottle, warm clothes, rain gear, and a recycled box or bag to collect beach debris.
Note: We do not use plastic bags to cleanup beaches.
Event Sign Up Questions: