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Humbug Mountain State Park

Humbug Mountain State Park
Humbug Mountain from the south coastline
Type Public, state
Location Curry County, Oregon
Nearest city Port Orford
Coordinates

42°41′11″N 124°26′10″W / 42.6864983°N 124.4362151°W / 42.6864983; -124.4362151Coordinates: 42°41′11″N 124°26′10″W / 42.6864983°N 124.4362151°W / 42.6864983; -124.4362151[1]

Area 1,842 acres (745 ha)
Operated by Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

Humbug Mountain State Park is a state park located on the Oregon coast. It is administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The park can be accessed via the US Route 101, 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Port Orford, and 28 miles (45 km) north of Gold Beach.[2] It covers 1,842 acres (7.45 km2) of land around 1,759-foot (536 m) Humbug Mountain, one of the tallest headlands on the Oregon coast.[2][3]

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