|*Early morning fog lifts, as
the oncoming high tide crashes onto partially submerged offshore volcanic rocks. The ocean is
laced with 'Sea Foam' from a storm brewing a distance out in the
Pacific Ocean. On the right, the basaltic columns of Elephant Rock
rise up, the base being washed by the incoming tidal flow. This
area offers easily accessible points to view the beauty of the
Central Oregon Coast.
Seal Rock State Park is located off Pacific Coast Highway 101, a few miles south of Newport, Oregon. Its offshore rocks serve as a refuge for Seals, Sea Lions, and Seabirds, and is part of The Seal Rock State Recreational Area.