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EXPLORE AMERICA: Humbug Mountain State Park

The park offers a sandy beach on the Pacific Coast that abuts 1,756-foot Humbug Mountain. The half-mile long beachfront does not have lifeguards. Swimming is not recommended because of dangerous undertows, but some bold or crazy souls venture in to swim, windsurf, or surfboard. Restrooms are nearby, but there are no food vendors. Handicapped-accessible sites are available. The park is located six miles, south of Port Oxford on Hwy 101. Leashed pets are permitted. Oregon has a central reservation phone number for all state campgrounds: 800-452-5687. There is a fee for each reservation made.


Telephone 541-332-6774. http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_56.php


Photo credit: ©Oregon Parks and Recreation Department


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Comments
  1. Mike's Road Trip

    I have been to Port Orford before (near this park). I stayed at an amazing B&B, and to my surprise, the town also had a few outstanding restaurants and quite an art scene. You can see my post, pics and video at: http://www.mikesroadtrip.com/port-orford

  2. Mike's Road Trip

    Strange, I just went down the 101/1 and don’t recall seeing this park. I did visit a lovely small town in the sothern part of Oregon called, Port Orford. Stayed in an amazing B&B and to my surprise, the town also had a few outstanding restaurants and quite an art scene. You can see my post, pics and video at: http://www.mikesroadtrip.com/port-orford