A. Loeb State Park
Your first impression of Loeb may well be the scent of the
myrtlewood forest ... a crisp, bay leaf aroma. The park is nestled in a
grove of these lovely trees.
State Natural Area
Bandon awaits the beachcomber, the explorer, the artist
and the dreamer. Located along Bandonís Beach Loop Road, there are several
locations with beach access, picnicking and unsurpassed views.
Island Tideways State Scenic Corridor
This park is a quiet place with a hiking trail that
extends half way around the island. Lots of birds roost at the end of the
trail. The trail also provides a nice view of the Umpqua River.
Beach State Park
Bullards Beach is a large, family-orientated park located
just two miles north of Bandon. The campground is nestled among shore pines
and well protected from the strong ocean breezes.
Arago State Park
Cape Arago may be lands end in some respects (the road out
of Coos Bay goes no further), but it's really only the beginning for
visitors wishing to explore the Southern Oregon Coast.
Blanco State Park
Use the extra-large, private, wind-protected campsites as
your base of operations while you enjoy the lighthouse and historic Hughes
Sebastian State Scenic Corridor
Cape Sebastian ... the very name invokes images of early
Spanish explorers and long journeys. The cape was named in honor of Saint
San Sebastian in 1603 by the Spanish navigator Sebastian Vizcaino.
Myrtle Grove State Natural Site
Coquille Myrtle Grove will bring out the Huckleberry Finn
in you. Located along the Powers Highway, this secluded swimming hole has a
shaded myrtlewood grove near the parking area and a sandy beach.
Field State Recreation Site
This rustic park offers a place of solitude that invites
introspection and wildlife viewing. Stroll along the edge of the Winchuck
River estuary until it joins the Pacific Ocean. Birds abound.
Rock State Scenic Viewpoint
There is an American Indian legend about this spot. Some
say they hear a maiden's voice on the wind, and standing on the cliff
overlooking the ocean you can easily pick out the face on Face Rock.
Monument State Heritage Site
Historic site of an Rogue Indian war skirmish. The park
contains the grave sites of the Geisel family. A peaceful, secluded picnic
area to stop and rest while traveling along Highway 101.
and Silver Falls State Natural Area
A hidden gem in the dense coastal forests of southwest
Oregon, Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area may be hard to find, but
it's well worth the 24-mile drive from Highway 101.
Beach State Park
Harris Beach was named after the Scottish pioneer George
Harris who settled here in the late 1880s to raise sheep and cattle. The
park boasts the largest island off the Oregon Coast.
Memorial State Wayside
Hoffman Memorial Myrtle Grove is a shaded glen canopied
with spectacular myrtlewood trees. Interpretive signing accompanies a
self-guided tour brochure designed to help your experience.
Mountain State Park
The park and campground are dominated by Humbug Mountain
(elevation 1,756 feet) and surrounded by forested hills. The campground
enjoys some of the warmest weather on the Oregon Coast.
Rock State Recreation Site
McVay is a well-hidden park noted for surf fishing,
clamming, whale watching, and plenty of space to walk on the beach. The
large lawn area is great for blanket picnics.
Point State Recreation Site
Excellent walking and hiking trails overlooking pristine
beaches and unusual sandstone rock formations sculpted by wind and waves.
Point State Recreation Site
A parking area with an expansive coastal vista stretching
from Port Orford Heads to Orfords offshore reef and distant Cape Blanco and
the lighthouse there. The beach is great for beachcombing!
River State Scenic Viewpoint
Pistol River State Park is set in the dunes of the
southern Oregon coast. The river supposedly got its name when a militia
soldier lost his pistol in the river during the infamous Rogue River Indian
Orford Heads State Park
Nice, quiet, wind-protected picnic sites. Hiking and
walking trails offer spectacular views of ocean offshore rocks and sheltered
coves. Enjoy the historic Port Orford Heads United States Coast Guard
H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor
This corridor is a 12 mile, forested linear park with a
rugged, steep coastline interrupted by small sand beaches. This park was
named in honor of Samuel H. Boardman, the first Oregon Parks superintendent.
Devils State Recreation Site
Seven Devils Wayside is the jumping-off point for sandy
beach adventure. At this access point, you can travel several miles up and
down the open beach. Agates are often the beachcombing goal of visitors!
Acres State Park
Perched on rugged sandstone cliffs high above the ocean,
Shore Acres State Park is an exciting and unexpected combination of
beautiful natural and constructed features.
Bay State Park
Situated in one of the most scenic areas on the Oregon
coast, Sunset Bay State Park features beautiful sandy beaches protected by
towering sea cliffs.
Lighthouse State Park
Umpqua Lighthouse State Park is located less than a mile
from the famous Salmon Harbor on Winchester Bay. The campground and
developed day use areas are centered around beautiful Lake Marie.
State Scenic Corridor
This small park
contains a couple of picnic tables, a vault-style restroom and a short boat
ramp leading into the Umpqua River. There's a small amount of room for
trailer parking, but the parking lot....
M. Tugman State Park
Despite its close proximity to Highway 101, Tugman State
Park is relatively unknown -- a private hideaway on the wondrous south
coast. Situated on Eel Lake near the community of Lakeside.
State Recreation Site
Winchuck provides parking area and access to the Winchuck
River and ocean beach for fishing, exploring, clamming, strolling,
photographing seascapes and observing marine life.