The Devil's Churn, Cape Perpetua, Or
In the Devil's Churn, waves crash against the volcanic rock with a force you can hear and feel as the
impact shakes the ground. As the high tide approaches mountainous waves jump up and cover the sky.
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Over time the waves wore away the volcanic rock, creating the gap now known as the Devil's Churn. Located in the
Cape Perpetua scenic area, the park is easily accesible off Highway 101.
The pounding, exploding waters of Oregon's Devils Churn are at their best during high tide and winter storms. At
the Devils Churn you’ll find restrooms, an information station (summer only), coffee shop and wheelchair accessible
You can find more information about Devil's Churn and other exciting Oregon coastal sights at the Forest Service
web site HERE
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