Cape Blanco State Park

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Cape Blanco State Park

Location:Off US 101, 9 miles north of Port Orford.
Facilities:53 electrical hookup campsites, hiker/biker camp, horsemen's camp, 4 cabins, group camp, picnic area, showers, restrooms, hiking trails, bridle trail, beach access, lighthouse, store, historic buildings.
Activities:Camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, sightseeing.
Special Features:Cape Blanco was the first lighthouse in the state outfitted with a first-order Fresnel lens in 1870. Lighthouse and historic home are open for tours April through October.
Address:39745 S Hwy 101
Port Orford, OR 97465

Size: 1,895 acres.

See other parks in Oregon.
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Heading north, you can't travel the Oregon Coast without visiting a lighthouse: Cape Blanco Lighthouse in Cape Blanco State Park is an elegantly simple gem.
Cape Blanco State Park (Port Orford) - Cape Blanco is the most southern of Oregon's lighthouses, and is the westernmost point in Oregon.
Some of the best are in state parks and recreation areas, including Haystack Rocks, Hug Point, Seal Rock, Yachats State Recreation Area (or just about anywhere with 10 miles of Yachats), Strawberry Hill State Wayside, Neptune State Park, Sunset Bay State Park, Cape Arago State Park and Cape Blanco State Park.
The house is in Cape Blanco State Park north of Port Orford.
Cape Blanco State Park, 9 miles north of Port Orford; (541) 332-6774.
Victorian Christmas tour: The historic Hughes House in Cape Blanco State Park north of Port Orford will be open for holiday tours this weekend, Wednesday and again Dec.

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