The Port Orford Lifeboat Station was constructed in 1934 by the Coast Guard to provide lifesaving service to the southern portion of the Oregon Coast until 1970. A museum, operated by the Cape Blanco Heritage Society, is now housed in the station. The museum is free (donations accepted, of course). A 36-foot motor lifeboat used at this station is on the premises and waiting to be restored. The museum is open Wednesday – Monday 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
The park has excellent hiking trails on the headlands affording spectacular views up and down the Pacific Coast.
There's a large resident blacktail deer population; please treat them as the wild animals they are.
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With its awe inspiring mountains to the tranquility of the Rogue River, Agness is located in the majestic Siskiyou National Forest. The community is located 32 miles east of Gold Beach, Oregon. If you are looking for a salmon or...