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The Port Orford Coast Guard Station in Port Orford, Oregon was built by the US Coast Guard in 1934 to serve the port and was functional till 1970. Currently, the building is managed by the Cape Blanco Heritage Society, who runs it as a nautical museum, providing information about the local events during World War II. The centerpiece of the museum is a 36 foot (10.9 meter) motor lifeboat.
The rugged landscape of this scenic park is characterized by soaring bluffs, sandy shores, secluded coves, and striking headlands. Traverse the trails winding through the expanse of Port Orford Heads State Park and bask in the sweeping vistas unfurling in the vicinity. Keep your eyes peeled for whales, seabirds, and sea lions. The park also contains the Port Orford Lifeboat Station, a historic site that now serves as a museum.
A stately canopy of Myrtlewood trees drapes the expanse of Alfred A. Loeb State Park, inviting visitors to unwind amid its refreshing surrounds and tranquil environs. Fish along the shores of the Chetco River, or explore the surrounding wilderness on foot and marvel at the majestic trees which reach for the sky. Rafting, picnicking, and swimming can also be enjoyed here.
Featuring a coastline carved by the sea, Harris Beach State Park comprises a sandy landscape stippled with rugged bluffs and rock formations. Vantage points scattered about the expanse offer delightful views of the surrounding vistas, while scenic trails beckon to avid explorers and adventures. Sandy, sun-dappled stretches which constitute the shore are a beachcomber's delight, while those inclined to leisurely activities can settle down for picnics by the oceanfront. The park overlooks Goat Island, which preserves colonies of tufted puffin and serves as a breeding site. Keep your eyes peeled for migratory whales should you happen to visit between winter and spring.