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Port Orford offers beach access and opportunities for hiking, walking, picnicking and marine wildlife watching.

This park offers nice, quiet, wind-protected picnic sites. Hiking and walking trails provide spectacular views of ocean, offshore rocks and sheltered coves. Enjoy the historic Port Orford Heads United States Coast Guard Lifeboat Station. Large resident blacktail deer population.

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