This Park is delightful. If it wasn't for the early logging trucks driving by, it would be almost perfect. Fast wifi, small but good selection of cable TV channels, good doggy areas, all hook ups work well. level paved roads and pads, friendly staff, and well maintained grounds. Not a lot of room between sites, and many permanent residents, but everything is great. We would stay here again. - Snoet
This is a very nice park. The owners run the park and do everything in their power to make your stay pleasant. The owner guided unto our spot and later gave us a nice gift of local goodies. The only problem is not the park, but the area. It doesn't take long to enjoy all Port Orford has to offer. We stayed 4 nights and were bored silly by the last day. We would stay here again if in the area. - User3588
Our favorite little park in our favorite Oregon coast town. Port Orford is our getaway and this park is always a treat. Guided to our site by the host, got a little goodie basket from the owner's little boy, and could not have picked nicer weather. It is a little breezy here but we'll take the wind over the 110 degree Redding weather any day. Good WiFi and good cable TV. Clean meticulously kept park and the little RV parts store on premises had the part my husband could not find anywhere else! We will always return here. - rvtravelfanatic
What a gem! Five miles off the 101 Cape Blanco is well worth the detour. The campground is located in the woods, most sites are heavily treed, so no ocean views. But the Cape with the lighthouse is only a 20 minute stroll on a very nice trail along the coastline. More trails within the park.
The sites are well spaced and mostly surrounded by shrubs and greenery. Excellent privacy. Super quiet at night. Our site was level and provided good hookups. I think there were about a dozen sites that would accommodate our 34' fifth wheel and allow maneuvering. We had Verizon reception that was excellent at times but almost dropped out for hours in the evening.
A trail leads down to the beach where you can walk all the way back to the Cape and up to the parking lot there.
We will be back and enjoy a few days here. - TheSchweitzers
This is another excellent Oregon State Park! Five miles off Hwy 101 and very close to the ocean which means a very quiet park and a good nights sleep. As stated before, satellite access is difficult, almost impossible, however we were able to pick up the Dish satellite on our roof-mount from our site. Probably 5% of the sites will have satellite access. Verizon voice and data worked fine for us here. Most sites are heavily treed and offer great privacy. The bathrooms are clean and the entire park is clean and well kept. If you enjoy Oregon State Parks, this is one of the best. - SKP
Nice, clean state park. Clean showers and restrooms. Liked the surf fishing and lighthouse tour. - fishon4us
Nice two-lane paved road to camp. Camp road gravel. Many sites in grass meadow, with no site pad, so an RV may park any direction. One water spigot for camp, with threaded connection. 2 Universal access toilets in camp, both have two vault toilets, with solar lights. Each site has picnic table, fire ring. Edson Creek is in back of camp with easy access. Creek is not visible through trees. Sixes River day use is next to camp, with deep water pools. My MiFi worked here. Easy to move a big rig through camp. Camp is hosted. Camp is surrounded by trees, but is fairly sunny. - airtravel
This is a small, well kept older park with small gravel interior roads, level spots, very clean. Some monthly residents. The Wi-Fi is excellent! We stayed here 3 nights. We are very well satisfied with our stay. It is 3 blocks off hwy 101 in Port Orford. Stock up on groceries and gas before you get there. The grocery store seemed expensive--over $4 for a bag of potato chips. Anyhow, the sunsets are great, and the park is very nice. Paradise Point is a great place to watch the sunset. It is just outside of the city limits. I recommend this park. - Jim Lee
This was a very quiet little park. The Wi-Fi was excellent and the park's restrooms were clean and well kept up. We would stay here again. - hippiegypsy
This campground has changed owners mid 2012. They have cleaned it up and kicked out all the "rowdies". Very nice, open park now, park-like setting. Quiet, off the highway. You should go see the changes now!!! What a difference! - fishon4us
Beautiful park with a lovely, private beach. Great hike from park to Humbug Mountain summit. Loop A has good big-rig sites, but they are close together. Loop B is much more open with good Verizon and satellite TV reception. However, Loop B has many tent sites close to the big-rig sites, so if the park is full, you could have campers ten feet away. We were here mid-week, off-season, so the park was empty. Yes, there is logging truck noise from nearby Hwy 101, but as soon as it gets dark, the trucks stop and the park is delightfully quiet. Griff's On the Dock in Port Orford, a funky little place nestled with the fishing boats, has great seafood at reasonable prices with an ocean view. We would definitely stay here again. - Mingo Papa
Oregon State Parks are some of the country's best, and Humbug Mountain is a hidden gem. Sheltered by mountains, the park is generally sunny and warmer when the surrounding area is fogged in, and if camped in the upper loop, is much less windy. A short trail passes under the Highway 101 bridge to a beautiful, secluded beach, and the old highway is now a great walking trail which features great views of the water and an unusual "fern trail". The upper loop is less windy, the lower closer to the beach and has a limited number of pull-through sites. Traffic noise can be bothersome during the day but quiets down at night, and most sites provide privacy from neighbors. Bathrooms are meticulously maintained and hosts and the ranger staff are friendly and helpful. Cell service is spotty, as is Verizon data, but most restaurants in Port Orford feature free WiFi. Close to the Cape Blanco lighthouse, Hughes House, and Coast Guard lifesaving museum. More family-oriented than most state parks we've visited. - Meanderman
Beautiful state park - just a short walk to a private beach right on the coast. This is not a RV resort! Quiet and clean. This could be the best value on the Oregon coast. - Man law
The camping here is on 2 separate gravel parking areas. One has very nice view of ocean & dock the other has easy access to beach. Other than the view of the ocean, neither parking are is very pretty. No facilities in either parking area. Restroom and showers are supposed to be at the dock, but we did not check. For $20 it is way overpriced. Self registration in upper parking area. We were going to stay 2-3 nights, but not for $20/night. We only stayed on night because of the view. Directions: From US-101 turn S on Harbor Drive. Upper parking area on left as you approach the ocean. - A-S_Travels
Nice clean park. The rate was Passport America. Rather tight getting in the site and driving around the sites to get out of the park. - TeamElk-Rib
2nd time at this park. Everything the other posts say is true except it should be noted it is off Highway 101 and it is extremely quiet. Great place to stop for 2-3 days prior to the Redwoods and California. Harbor views downtown are spectacular. - Barber1998
The hospitable, hard-working owners get a 10+ rating, and are the reason we will stay again. Very, very clean park and facilities, but small. Enjoyed watching grey whales at the jetty, and the spectacular Pacific sunsets. - from Latte Land