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Cape Blanco State Park, Oregon

At the westernmost point in Oregon, where the wind sings songs at high volumes and the oldest lighthouse in Oregon flashes like a legend, where the Elk and Sixes River take drift boats toward Chinook Read more...
At the westernmost point in Oregon, where the wind sings songs at high volumes and the oldest lighthouse in Oregon flashes like a legend, where the Elk and Sixes River take drift boats toward Chinook on their late fall run and the Southern Oregon coast sweeps driftwood past multi-colored stones, is the captivating Cape Blanco State Park. Come here to fly your kite in style, to windsurf, to kayak, to beachcomb, to wander through history at the Hughes House or watch traces of a Gold Rush past glisten under your line at a river bank fishing spot. Play, explore, camp and indulge your wanderlust before Oregon’s Pacific shapeshifts into California currents.
Cape Blanco Campground
Rob
Rob: The sites are up on the bluff, but not really with any view of the beach. You have to hike or drive...
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