Humbug Mountain, Oregon

Above Photo: Path to the beach from the campground as it goes under Highway 101.

Usually, when we are in the Port Orford area, we camp at our favorite OR Coast campground, Cape Blanco. But not this year as it’s closed due to COVID. Humbug is a nice alternative.

Humbug Mountain - State Park Campground, near Port Orford, OR: Site #7 (95 RV sites total) - This site has: electric & water hookups • water nearby. Campground Notes: flush toilets • showers (closed for COVID) • dump station available • beach/ocean access • trails from campground • trails nearby • 74’ elevation. October 25th - 28th. Miles traveled: 111 miles (tap on mileage to see route & elevation change). November 1st: On our way back up the coast from Harris Beach, we stopped at Humbug for one night. Site 15, dry camping with water nearby.

Pros: Well maintained, very clean restrooms. • Good access to beach & trails from campground. • Dump station. Cons: • All sites reservable. • Plenty of noise from Hwy. 101.

Overall Experience: Smile

Additional Info: Humbug Mountain State Park is a state park located in Curry County, Oregon, United States. It is situated on the Pacific coast of southern Oregon, and features a beach, a campground, and several hiking trails. The park is known for its rugged, rocky coastline and its old-growth Douglas fir forests. Humbug Mountain, the park's namesake, is a prominent feature of the park and offers panoramic views of the coast and the surrounding landscape. The park is popular for activities such as hiking, fishing, and picnicking, and is also a great spot for whale watching and birdwatching. There are a variety of facilities available at the park, including picnic tables, and restrooms.

Local Flavor – Area Businesses We Enjoyed & Recommend
The Crazy Norwegian's Fish & Chips, Port Orford, OR.

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