Humbug Mountain State Park RV & Campground Guide


Humbug Mountain State Park is conveniently located within 5 miles of Sixes, Oregon, and 6 miles from downtown Port Orford, Oregon. Travel a little farther south, and you'll reach attractions in Bandon, Oregon. All three of these cities make this state park a happening place for travelers. The state park is surrounded by forested hills of oak and pine trees. The mountains offer protection against the cool ocean breezes, making it the warmest place on the Oregon coast.

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Spring 45-58 F
Summer 52-65 F
Fall 48-53 F
Winter 44-53 F
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Nearby Cities
Sixes, OR
Port Orford, OR
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Humbug Mountain State Park

There are huge opportunities for campers in and around Humbug Mountain State Park, both for tents and RVs, and if you're thinking an RV is the way to go but you don't own one, consider renting from where you can choose the best size of RV for your family. All rentals come with 24/7 roadside assistance, nationwide insurance, and a dedicated team member to guide you in your rental choice.

Humbug Mountain State Park

Humbug Mountain State Park has a total of 39 electrical RV sites. All sites are within walking distance of hot showers, restrooms, hiking and biking trails, the beach, fishing, and the amphitheater. At times, this campground can fill up rather quickly, and a reservation is required. A reservation can easily be made online here.

• Water hookup: No

• Electrical hookup: Yes

• Sewer hookup: Yes

• Wi-Fi: No

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Other amenities: Hot showers, beach access, picnic tables

Camp Blanco RV Park

Accessible to Oregon Coastal Highway 101, Camp Blanco RV Park is big-rig-friendly with pull-through sites up to 100 feet long and 20 feet wide. It is only about a 10-minute drive from the state park. There is an RV parts store and repair shop on-site for quick and easy maintenance. The park is within a short distance of the historic Cape Blanco Lighthouse, a motorcycle museum, Prehistoric Gardens, and more.

• Water hookup: Yes

• Electrical hookup: Yes

• Sewer hookup: Yes

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Other amenities: Cable TV, hot showers, picnic table

Honey Bear by the Sea RV Resort & Campground

Honey Bear by the Sea RV Resort & Campground can easily accommodate most rigs from the largest multi-slide coach down to a small teardrop trailer. They have RV and boat storage and a dump station for the convenience of their customers. There are hiking and biking trails, a beach, and a playground. Other amenities include a bar and grill restaurant, country store, pool table, foosball table, and dartboard. 

• Water hookup: Yes

• Electrical hookup: Yes

• Sewer hookup: Yes

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Other amenities: Site escort service, fire ring, picnic tables, DirecTV

Port Orford RV Village

Located about a half-mile from Oregon Coastal Highway 101 and north of the park, Port Orford RV Village offers short-term or long-term stays for all RV sizes. Each morning, they provide complimentary coffee from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m., and at 4:00 p.m., there is a social hour where you can connect with other campers. Other activities include monthly potluck dinners, a barbecue, yard games, a recreational room, and an enclosed dog play area.

• Water hookup: Yes

• Electrical hookup: Yes

• Sewer hookup: Yes

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Other amenities: Fish cleaning area, clubhouse, RV and boat storage, laundry facility, clean showers and restrooms

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What to Do at
Humbug Mountain State Park

Inside Humbug Mountain State Park

Humbug Mountain State Park has a large selection of trails to hike or bike on as you enjoy the peacefulness of the forest. Hiking to the top of Humbug Mountain with an elevation of 1,756 feet may be a challenging task for some but is well worth the steep climb. Take the trail that brings you to the beach where you can swim, windsurf, scuba dive, or just relax. 

Outside Humbug Mountain State Park

There is so much more to see and do outside of Humbug Mountain State Park. You'll have plenty of shops and attractions to explore. There is also a large selection of local restaurants to fuel your adventures. 


TJ's Restaurant & Pub

Travel northwest, and you’ll come to TJ’s Restaurant & Pub. They have live music from local bands throughout the year. The café serves a variety of sandwiches and hearty breakfast classics. At the pub, they serve a selection of alcoholic drinks. Don't forget about attending their Saturday night karaoke.

Type: American

Location: 831 Oregon St, Port Orford, OR 97465

The Crazy Norwegians Fish and Chips

The Crazy Norwegians Fish and Chips serves a variety of seafood dishes, burgers, fries, and more. Don't forget to leave some room for their homemade pies and other desserts.

Type: Casual Seafood

Location: 259 6th St, Port Orford, OR 97465

Redfish Restaurant

A great place to enjoy a fabulous meal in a picturesque atmosphere near the state park is the Redfish Restaurant. They serve coastal cuisine, seafood, vegetarian, and vegan dishes. The spectacular Pacific Ocean view is inviting as you relax with a glass of wine, a cocktail, or a beer.

Type: Coastal Cuisine

Location: 517 Jefferson St, Port Orford, OR 97465

The Landing North Restaurant & Lounge

Getting hungry, but everyone wants something different? The Landing North Restaurant & Lounge has just the right combination of food to please everyone. From seafood to pasta and a variety of meats, you'll have what you need to feed your whole family.

Type: American

Location: 94321 Wedderburn Loop, Gold Beach, OR 97444

The Nest Café

Smoothies can be found at The Nest Café. It is a short 6-mile drive northwest of the park right off Oregon Street. They also serve a variety of homemade foods for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Type: Cafe

Location: 832 Oregon St, Port Orford, OR 97465


The Wooden Nickel

The Wooden Nickel gift shop creates handmade wood creations out of myrtle logs. The grain pattern swirls, fiddle-back, and burl are what enhance these unique wood creations. From containers to plates and bowls, you're sure to find something that piques your interest.

Location: 1205 Oregon St, Port Orford, OR 97465

Quilter's Corner

Quilter's Corner is a place where you can shop for quilting supplies, books, patterns, and quality fabric. They even offer quilting classes for those who are looking to learn how to make a quilt.

Location: 335 7th St, Port Orford, OR 97465

Sixes Grange

In Sixes, just north of the park, is a unique gift shop where you can find just about anything you can imagine from birthday gifts to Christmas gifts and more.

Location: 44556 Oregon Coastal Hwy 101, Sixes, OR 97476

Bandon Shopping Center

On the south coast of Oregon is the Bandon Shopping Center, about a 42-minute drive from the state park. There is a variety of shops that have a little bit of everything from a small gift shop to a grocery store to a restaurant and more.

Location: 120 Michigan Ave Northeast, Bandon, OR 97411

Boardwalk at Bandon-by-the-Sea

If you're looking for more adventure outside of Port Orford, travel north to see the Boardwalk at Bandon where you can have fun and relax. It has adult and child artwork displays done by locals. Here, you can go crabbing, fishing, eat at a restaurant, and more.

Location: 390 1st St Southwest, Bandon, OR 97411


West Coast Game Park Safari

The West Coast Game Park Safari is Oregon’s largest wildlife attraction that’s dedicated to propagation, education, and preservation. The safari has free-roaming animals that will not hesitate to greet you when entering the front gates, such as goats, deer, sheep, and peacocks. Throughout the park, you'll see over 75 species of animals roaming their sectioned-off area.

Location: 46914 U.S. Hwy 101, Bandon, OR 97411

Prehistoric Gardens

Transport back to another generation with life-size dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. Prehistoric Gardens is a combination of science, nature, and adventure all wrapped up into one big escapade.

Location: 36848 U.S. Hwy 101, Port Orford, OR 97465

Tseriadun State Recreation Site

Looking for another great place to catch rainbow trout or native cutthroat trout? The Tseriadun State Recreation Site offers anglers a chance to catch a variety of trout in Garrison Lake. There are also miles and miles of beach shoreline.

Location: Port Orford, OR 97465

Hawthorne Gallery

The Hawthorne Gallery showcases art from legendary artists, even those from the Hawthorne family. You'll see some unique contemporary painting styles, steel and wood designs, beautiful blown-glass masterpieces, and more.

Location: 517 Jefferson St, Port Orford, OR 97465

Battle Rock Wayside Park

One of the most magnificent views on the coast is Battle Rock, where the Native Americans fought Captain William Tichenor's men and which is how it got its name.

Location: 520 Jefferson St, Port Orford, OR 97465

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How to Get to
Humbug Mountain State Park

From downtown Port Orford, head south on Oregon Street toward 8th Street and turn slightly left. Oregon Street will become Oregon Coastal Highway 101, and the destination will be on the right. 

Entering Humbug Mountain State Park

Day-use operational hours are from sunrise to sunset.

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