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Humbug Mountain State Park, Port Orford
(4.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
Humbug Mountain State Park is a state park located on the Oregon coast. It is administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The park can be accessed via the US Route 101, 6mi south of Port Orford, and 28mi north of Gold Beach. It covers 1842acre of land around 1759ft Humbug Mountain, one of the tallest headlands on the Oregon coast.
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  • This state park is beautiful and great for camping or just exploring the many trails and beaches. The campground is quaint and very well maintained. Facilities are immaculate. Fees are very reasonable...  more »
  • My brothers and I hiked Humbug Mountain and had a blast. The views were great as you ascended the mountain. It was a great hike for us as it had some steeper parts of the trail but nothing we couldn't...  more »
  • In the East, where we are from, we sure don't have mountains that touch the sea. For anyone who hasn't ever experienced this- Humbug Mountain State Park is the place to make first contact. The views a...  more »
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  • Very beautiful and quiet campground on Southern Oregon Coast. Washrooms and Showers very well maintained-Separate Handicap Shower and Bathroom. Watch out for the Stellar Jay's once you start feeding them they will snatch anything that's lose including car keys.
  • Incredibly modern facilities for a beautifully remote campground. Individual plots at the hiker / biker site too. Highly recommended
  • Humbug Mountain is a beautiful campground with many trees. The spaces in loop A are well spaced with bushes and trees between spaces. I could hear the nearby stream at night in my tent. Unfortunately it is so close to US-101 you can hear the traffic, but there was very little after 10pm. The restrooms were clean and there are showers. I had 3 encounters with the loop A camp host in space 26 and they were all unpleasant. I can't remember encountering such a negative “host” in all my years of camping.
  • Great spot for camping. Some sites have hookups. Very nice bathrooms with showers. Quiet and out of the Pacific windstorms.
  • This is a really nice state park. 50 amp elec plus water and a dump station. Nice location and very pleasant environment near the ocean. Lots of trails and a mountain to climb for the adventurous.