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Devils Kitchen Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Haystack Rock, Devils Kitchen, Bandon State Natural Area (bobcat)
Parking at the Devils Kitchen (bobcat)
  • Weather forecast: NWS/NOAA
  • Maps: Oregon Hikers Maps Google Maps
  • Latitude, Longitude: 43.08273, -124.43343
  • Elevation: 45 feet
  • Driving Time: 45 minutes from North Bend/Coos Bay; 30 minutes from Port Orford


Hikes starting here

Fees, Regulations, Facilities

  • Dogs on leash
  • Restrooms, picnic area
  • Do not hike around the points at high tide

Driving Directions

From North Bend/Coos Bay:

From the south end of the McCullough Bridge over Coos Bay, drive south on Highway 101 for 29.6 miles.

After passing through Bandon, turn right onto Seabird Drive, and proceed 0.8 miles.

Turn left onto Beach Loop road, and go 1.1 miles.

Turn right onto Saturn Lane for the Devils Kitchen, and drive 0.1 miles to the parking area.

From Port Orford:

From the south end of Port Orford (the junction of Highway 101 and 9th Street), drive north on Highway 101 for 23.2 miles.

Turn left onto Beach Loop Road, and proceed 1.8 miles.

Turn left onto Saturn Lane for the Devils Kitchen, and drive 0.1 miles to the parking area.

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