Samuel H Boardman
State Scenic Corridor is a linear state park in southwestern Oregon
, U.S.. It is twelve miles (19 km) long and thickly forested along steep and rugged coastline with a few small sand beaches.It is located from 3 miles (4.8 km) to 15 miles (24 km) north of Brookings
, Oregon, between the Pacific Ocean and U.S. Route 101. The north end abuts the Pistol River
State Scenic Viewpoint. More than fourteen named creeks cross the corridor.
The Oregon Coast Trail meanders for about 27 miles (43 km) through the park, among 300-year old sitka spruce trees, and several natural arches and bridges. There is beach access and there are some sand dunes.The Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge and Oregon Islands Wilderness protect wildlife and habitat on all of the approximately 130 rocks and islands along the corridor's shore.There have never been overnight facilities.