Port Orford Heads State Park


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Port Orford Heads State Park


Location:Off US 101 at Port Orford.
Facilities:Picnic area, hiking trails, museum, nature/visitor center, historic sites, interpretive displays.
Activities:Fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Park includes a former U.S. Coast Guard lifeboat station constructed in 1934; a museum is now housed in the station. Trails afford spectacular views up and down the Pacific Coast.
Address:c/o Cape Blanco Management Unit
PO Box 1345
Port Orford, OR 97465

Phone:800-551-6949
Web: www.oregonstateparks.org/park_61.php
Size: 103 acres.

See other parks in Oregon.
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Port Orford Heads State Park (Port Orford) - The park has some excellent hiking trails on the headlands affording spectacular views up and down the Pacific Coast, a large resident blacktail deer population and the historic Port Orford Lifeboat Station.
The museum, on the grounds of the Port Orford Heads State Park, is housed in the former U.