• Port Orford Port

    Port Orford, OR, USA .

    The Port of Port Orford is the heart of our town, home to our commercial fishing fleet, as well as sports boats, a fish processing plant, wholesale fish buyers, a charter company offering fishing and diving charters, a small restaurant and gift shop, and the offices of the port.

    You'll find spectacular ocean views and storm watching as waves crash against the jetty. Plus a great opportunity to see our hard-working commercial fishermen up close, as well as a chance to do some fishing of your own.

  • Tseriadan State Park

    9th St, Port Orford, OR 97465, USA .

    Day Use:  Year Round

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    • Blue Indicates that some, but not all, facilities are accessible according to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards

    Tseriadun (pronounced serry-AH-dun) is popular with visitors stretching their legs on the miles-long beach, agate collectors (there's a reason the community calls it Agate Beach) and photographers intent on capturing the perfect shots of offshore rocks and headlands. Long ago, Native Americans lived at the site in cedar plank houses and hunted and fished in the mountains and rivers. Now, you can fish for rainbow trout and native cutthroat trout in Garrison Lake. Check the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife web site for fishing regulations and reports.

  • Paradise Point State Recreation Site

    Unnamed Road, Port Orford, OR 97465 .

    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; it's not unusual to find floats and agates here.

  • Cape Blanco State Park

    Unnamed Road, Sixes, OR 97476 .

    Located at the state's westernmost tip, and perched over the Pacific Ocean, Cape Blanco features a 19th-century lighthouse and an early Irish settler's home. Use our private, sheltered campsites as your base camp while you enjoy the park's history, trails and rugged coastline.

  • Humbug Mountain State Park

    Unnamed Road, Port Orford, OR 97465 .

    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.