Hubbard Mound Rocks Rocky Shore



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About the Hubbard Mound Rocks Rocky Shore Area

Description
Several rocks offshore of the Rogue River and the city of Gold Beach.
  Designation
The beaches and rocky shores of Oregon are part of Oregon’s Ocean Shore Recreation Area and the offshore rocks and islands are part of the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge.
     
Key Resources
Seabird colony sites.
  What can you do here?
Access to all offshore rocks is prohibited as they are part of the Oregon Islands NWR and are important habitat for seabirds and marine mammals.

Getting to the Rocky shore at Hubbard Mound Rocks

Access by boat only, however access to all offshore rocks is prohibited as they are part of the Oregon Islands NWR and are important habitat for seabirds and marine mammals.


Who Owns this Site?
Submerged and submersible (intertidal) lands: Division of State Lands; several small offshore rocks above Mean High Water: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; dry sands beach areas and adjacent uplands at Otter Point: Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation; other adjacent uplands: private ownership.
  Who Manages this Site?
US Fish and Wildlife Service manages the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge. Portions of the adjacent uplands are managed as Otter Rock State Recreation Site, which is part of OPRD Area 4 (South-Western Oregon), and the Cape Blanco Management Unit. Oregon Parks and Recreation Department manages the ocean shore recreation area.


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Information compiled by Laurel Hillmann, NOAA Coastal Management Fellow, OPRD
 

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