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Humbug Mountain State Park

 

Campground Description:  Humbug Mountain State Park is owned and operated by the State of Oregon.  Humbug Mountain is likely the warmest costal State Park due to the unique topography.  Humbug Mountain shelters the campground from the ocean breezes and fog.  The warm weather is especially conducive to tent camping, although RV campers will benefit as well.  Activities include hiking, beach combing, wildlife viewing, ocean windsurfing, freshwater wading, and relaxing on a lawn chair.  Hot showers and flush toilets are available as are evening programs at the amphitheater (summer months).  A park host is located within the park.  Although Humbug Mountain State Park is located on the east side of Highway 101, there is beach access without crossing the highway via a well marked path that crosses under the highway.  The nearest restaurants and services is available in Port Orford, 6.6 miles north on Highway 101.  Open year round.  Reservations are possible.

Number of Sites:  32 electrical, 62 tent (maximum site 55 feet) plus a hiker/biker camp

Electricity:  At 32 sites

Water:  At all sites and distributed through the tent camping area

Sewer:  No

Waste Water Dump Station:  Closed due to septic system failure.  The nearest is in Port Orford at the Chevron Station.  A small fee is required

Directions:  Humbug Mountain State Park is located on the Costal Highway (Highway 101) 6.6 miles south of Port Orford and 22.3 miles north of Gold Beach.  The park's entrance is located on the east side of Highway 101.

Fishing:  Surf casting along the beach as well as deep sea charters and fishing guides in Port Orford

Astronomy Opportunities:  Good but limited by the tree canopy.  The best area is in the center of the campground.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 42.689036� N, 124.43124� W

Nearby Golfing:

Cedar Bend Golf Course
34391 Cedar Valley Rd
Gold Beach, OR 97444
(541) 247-6911
Cedar Bend Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department
State Parks
725 Summer Street NE, Suite C
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 986-0707
Email
Harris Beach State Park Web Site

 

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The sign on Highway 101 indicating the entrance to Humbug Mountain State Park

 
 
 
 

A map of Humbug Mountain State Park

 
 
 
 

The restrooms at Humbug Mountain State Park offer flush toilets and hot showers

 
 
 
 

All roads and parking pads at Humbug Mountain State Park are paved

 
 
 
 

A typical back-in tent camping or RV camping site at Humbug Mountain State Park

 
 
 
 

All tent camping and RV camping sites at Humbug Mountain State Park offer picnic tables and fire pits

 
 
 
 

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