Earlier this year, we asked readers to pick their favorite Oregon State Parks. Now, we’re headed to the top 15 to check in, bringing back a comprehensive guide to each one.
In the early 1930s, Curtis and Florence Christy bought a chunk of property on the central Oregon coast, with the intention of establishing a small community. When they needed a name, they turned to their young daughter, Florence, who decided to name the beautiful stretch of coastline after her favorite doll, Beverly.
The name stuck, and was affixed to the small community, the adjacent beach itself and –