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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Recreation

Cape Blanco Lighthouse

Coos Bay District  |  OR

Season Dates:  4/1 - 10/30

Fees:  $2.00 per adult for interpretive tour

The oldest lighthouse in the state, Cape Blanco Lighthouse sits atop wind-swept bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. These bluffs, the western-most point of land in Oregon, provide an unparalelled opportunity to watch California gray whales and other marine mammals. The site's proximity to the Cape Blanco State Park provides visitors with camping, hiking, and beach combing opportunities in addition to a lighthouse visit.

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Activities:

Watchable WildlifeGeological SightseeingHistoric Site InvestigationHiking

Facilities:

Interpretive TrailDrinking WaterRestrooms (Accessible)

Directions:

From Highway 101, 4.5 miles north of Port Orford or 8.5 miles south of Langlois, turn west on Cape Blanco Road and follow it to its end at the Cape Blanco Lighthouse.

Contact Information

1300 Airport Lane
North Bend, OR 97459
541-756-0100

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