There are a lot of capes in Oregon, and we stopped at them all, but Cape Blanco Oregon Camping was my favorite. Located a few miles north of Port Orford, the Cape Blanco State Park sits on a cliff overlooking the ocean,
with hiking trails,
and beach trails,
and a pioneer cemetery with graves of the Irish who settled here.
We stayed in spot #44 for 3 days ($12 a night)– in addition to RV sites, they also have cabins for rent and a special section for campers with horses. Even though the park was amazing, we had just as much fun venturing into the town of Port Orford to eat at the famous Crazy Norwegians, get some groceries at Seaweed Natural Grocery and Cafe and do laundry:
We also checked out the fishing docks:
The rest of the time, we just hung out at the beach…..