Port Orford Heads State Park

Constructed in 1934 the Port Orford Lifeboat Station helped to save many lives until its decommission in the 1960's. It is now a historical landmark you don't want to miss out on. This 101.29 acre state park with museum houses an original Coast Guard self-righting lifeboat. The large museum, which was the barracks/office, is full of historical nautical displays. This museum also contains historical information about the local Port Orford area. The museum is free of charge and open from April until October. 

Coast Guard Boat Colleen Easlon

Contact Info

Port Orford, Oregon 97465

(541) 332-0521

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