Jan 12, 2010 – Seaweed covers sandstone formations at low tide below Elephant Rock at Seal Rock State Park, Oregon – Steve Terrill / Corbis
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Seal Rock State Wayside has large off-shore rock formations which are the habitat of seals, sea lions, sea birds and other marine life. The wayside includes interesting tidepools as well as excellent ocean views and a sandy beach. Developed for day-use, the picnic area is in a pleasant stand of shore pine, spruce and salal.