Extra-large, private, wind-protected campsites, an historic lighthouse and over eight miles of trails
with many spectacular ocean vistas, woodland and wetland settings.
Cape Blanco Lighthouse is the longest continually operated lighthouse on the Oregon Coast. It's also
sits the highest above the ocean at 245' above sea level and the most westerly lighthouse in Oregon.
There is a local volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the Cape
The park and campground are dominated by Humbug Mountain (elevation 1,756 feet) and surrounded by
forested hills. The campground enjoys some of the warmest weather on the Oregon coast as the surrounding
mountains offer protection from cool ocean breezes. Many visitors enjoy windsurfing and scuba diving.
Hiking to the top of Humbug Mountain is a major activity.
Port Orford Heads
Nice, quiet, wind-protected picnic sites. Hiking and walking trails offer spectacular views of ocean
offshore rocks and sheltered coves. Large resident blacktail deer population.
Enjoy the historic
Port Orford Heads Lifeboat Station..
A parking area with an expansive coastal vista stretching from Port Orford Heads to Orfords offshore reef
and distant Cape Blanco and the lighthouse there. The beach is great for beachcombing; itís not unusual
to find floats and agates here.