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Port Orford Heads

Explore Port Orford Heads, with the old Coast Guard Station, where you'll find a museum and miles of rolling hiking trails.

You have a choice of three connecting trails that lead to the headlands where incredible views of surf and sea stacks will take your breath away. There are lots of different wildflowers and plants on either side of the well-maintained chip trails. Steep cliffs overlook the ocean, offering unparalleled views of the coastline, including the coves between the cliffs where seals sun on the rocks. Whale watching from the numerous benches is a favorite of locals.

Nelly’s Cove, viewed from the south trail, is where the Coast Guard boats were once docked. The Tower Trail ends at a log-pole fence and a half circle viewing area where a watchtower for the Coast Guard was once located. Humbug Mountain and Cape Sebastian can be seen from this area.

• Port of Port Orford
• Port Orford Heads
• Port Orford Lifeboat Station
• Cape Blanco State Park
• Cape Blanco Lighthouse
• Historic Hughes House
• Humbug Mountain State Park

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Port Orford Heads

Day trips
Guided Hikes
Wineries & wine tasting
Whale watching
Horseback riding
Jet boats & rafting on the Rogue
Kayaking, windsurfing
& kiteboarding

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