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Port Orford Lifeboat Station Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The museum in the old lifeboat station barracks at Port Orford Heads (bobcat)
Parking at Port Orford Heads State Park (bobcat)
  • Latitude: 42.7393
  • Longitude: -124.5107
  • Maps: Oregon Hikers Maps Google Maps
  • Elevation: 295 feet
  • Driving Time: 35 minutes from Gold Beach; 35 minutes from Bandon

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees, Regulations, Facilities

  • Dogs on leash
  • Open dawn to dusk
  • Museum open April through October, Wednesday to Monday 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Picnic area, restrooms, interpretive signs

Driving Directions

From Bandon:

From the center of Bandon (the junction of Highway 101 and 2nd Street), drive south for 26.9 miles into Port Orford, and then turn right onto 9th Street for Port Orford Heads.

In 0.1 miles, turn left on Coast Guard Road.

Follow this road for 0.8 miles to the parking area at the former Port Orford Lifeboat Station.

From Gold Beach:

From the center of Gold Beach (the junction of Highway 101 and 1st Street), drive north for 27.7 miles into Port Orford, and then turn left onto 9th Street for Port Orford Heads.

In 0.1 miles, turn left on Coast Guard Road.

Follow this road for 0.8 miles to the parking area at the former Port Orford Lifeboat Station.


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