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Curry Public Library

Where to Walk in Gold Beach

About Walk On! Gold Beach

These walks are presented to you by Walk On! Gold Beach in conjunction with Curry Public Library.  Select your walk from the selection below and click the link to view a map, photographs, and information about historical points of interest along the route.

If you are interested in other nearby walking trails in the area, visit the Gold Beach Visitor Center, 94080 Shirley Lane, Gold Beach, at the south end of town. To learn more about the history of Gold Beach and Curry County, visit the Curry Historical Society museum and bookstore, 29419 Ellensburg Avenue (across from the fairgrounds).

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All about Where to Walk in Gold Beach

Featured walks

Harbor Walk

The Park walk is a .7 mile loop. Visit the Park walk page to see an image gallery of the walk with historical information.

Park Walk

The Harbor walk is a 1.5 miles round trip walk. Visit the Park walk page to see an image gallery of the walk with historical information.

Ocean/Town Walk

The Ocean/Town walk is a 2.0 mile loop walk. Visit the Ocean/Tow walk page to see an image gallery of the walk with historical information.

About Walk On! Gold Beach

We are a group of local citizens participating in a two-year walking and wellness study by Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing, which received a grant to fund community wellness projects. Besides Gold Beach, 16 other rural communities around the state are participating in this study, using local public libraries as community hubs.

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Our Mission Statement: Walk On! Gold Beach is committed to improving the accessibility of recreation and exercise spaces in our community by supporting the development of marked walking routes with signage and maps.