Langlois, Oregon

Top Spots in and near Langlois

  • Port Orford, Oregon

    Tour the Cape Blanco Lighthouse

    Located at the state's westernmost tip and perched over the Pacific Ocean, the Cape Blanco Lighthouse was built and 1870 and features views up and down the rugged Oregon Coast. Managed by the Bureau of Land Management, tours cost $2 for adults (free for youth 15 and younger). Tours: April-Oct. 31...
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  • Bandon, Oregon

    Fat Tire Bike the Bandon State Natural Area

    3 mi / 20 ft gain
    The Bandon State Natural area is a wide, mostly undeveloped section of the South Coast that is perfect for beachcombing, exploration, and fat tire biking with fun driftwood for tricks and jumps along with large flat shallow areas extending far out into the ocean.  Sure you will get wet and always...
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  • Bandon, Oregon

    Explore the Beaches of Bandon

    4.8
    Bandon, Oregon, located on the Southern Oregon coast, is about 90 miles north of the California border and about five hours south of Portland. In other words, it's just far enough away so that it has not become a touristy, seaside destination. And that's good news for all of us.This sleepy seasid...
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  • Port Orford, Oregon

    Bike the Wild Rivers Scenic Bikeway

    60 mi / 3000 ft gain
    The Wild Rivers Scenic Bikeway starts and ends in Port Orford, and includes stops at Port Orford Heads, the Wild and Scenic Elk River, and Cape Blanco. It's a perfect ride for anyone looking to see the highlights of the section of coast around Port Orford without spending the whole day in the car...
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  • Port Orford, Oregon

    Hike the Port Orford Heads Trail

    1.3 mi / 300 ft gain
    The Port Orford Heads State Park comprises a drastically pronounced peninsula jutting out into the Pacific Ocean from the southern Oregon coast, providing breathtaking views both north to the Cape Blanco Lighthouse and south to Humbug Mountain and beyond. The Port Orford Heads Trail is the main l...
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  • Port Orford, Oregon

    Humbug Mountain Loop

    5.32 mi / 2064 ft gain
    Starting out at the pullout on the highway across from the Humbug Mountain State Campground, follow the winding trail up through the forrest to the top of the mountain. There is a nice bench at the top for a snack (or a beer).  The hike is fairly long and demanding, but isn't too steep due to th...
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  • Bandon, Oregon

    Mountain Bike Whiskey Run

    11 mi / 400 ft gain
    The Whiskey Run mountain bike trail system features 9 interconnected trails of varying degrees and difficulty that can be added together to create at least an 11 mile loop. There are 6, 9, and 11 mile loops for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders. There are two main parking areas for the t...
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  • Port Orford, Oregon

    Sisters Rock

    5.0
    0.93 mi / 138 ft gain
    Sisters Rock is an out-and-back trail that takes you a cave located near Port Orford, Oregon.
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  • Coos Bay, Oregon

    Photograph Shore Acres

    If you find yourself in or around Coos Bay in Oregon, don't miss the opportunity to witness the most dramatic wave action you'll ever see. These gigantic waves are just mesmerizing! Shore Acres State Park is on the Cape Arago Hwy, 13 miles southwest of Coos Bay/North Bend and U.S. Highway 101. Th...
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  • Agness, Oregon

    Stand Up Paddleboard the Mermaid Riffle on the Rogue River

    The Rogue River is famous the world over for rafting and for its Steelhead runs, possessing a dramatic undeveloped canyon untouched by road and man, and being one of the Original 7 Wild & Scenic Rivers designed by Congress. And not only is it fantastic for rafting but entire sections are perf...
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  • Agness, Oregon

    Fly Fish the Rogue River at the Mermaid Riffle

    The Steelhead run on the Rogue River is famous the world over and for good reason. Like anywhere, local guides are the gatekeepers to the right spot and should be contacted accordingly.  Steelhead run December through March and Chinook April through Fall, with Coho making an appearance in the lat...
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  • Gold Beach, Oregon

    Explore Barley Beach

    5.0
    It's a very uncrowded beach on the Southern Oregon Coast.  This is due to the fact that it is very far from a large population density area. This beautiful beach has miles of sand to explore. The further north you go on the beach, the less crowded it will beach. This is also an occasional surf sp...
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  • Gold Beach, Oregon

    Hike Cape Sebastian

    5.0
    2.7 mi / 718 ft gain
    A short hike on the southern Oregon Coast. It's a beautiful and scenic hike with amazing vistas of where the mountains meet the ocean.  The hike is not very difficult, unless you decide to hike down to the beach.  There are several vista points along this hike where you can stop to take pictures ...
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  • Coos Bay, Oregon

    Hike through Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area

    4.5
    3 mi / 570 ft gain
    Getting here was half the adventure. Google led us in quite the wrong way. Whatever you do, approach this park from Allegany, outside of Coos Bay. From Allegany there are signs to the park. The road is about 9 miles from here. Drive until the road dead ends with cement blocks. Here you will have ...
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  • Lakeside, Oregon

    Hike the John Dellenback Dune Trail

    1 mi / 100 ft gain
    I think the greatest appeal of the John Dellenback area is its diversity.  The varied coastal ecosystems, including a creek and forest with moisture-loving souls like the newts and gigantic slugs contrasts significantly with the expansive sand dunes just beyond the edge of the tree line.  In one ...
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  • Josephine County, Oregon

    Raft or Kayak the Wild & Scenic Rogue River

    4.8
    The Wild and Scenic Section of the Rogue River is a hidden secret in the Pacific Northwest. This virtually untouched 34-mile section boasts some of the most pristine and secluded scenery in Oregon. Bald eagles, osprey, and black bears are frequently (if not always) spotted along the way. This bea...
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Camping and Lodging in Langlois

Bandon / Port Orford KOA Journey
Langlois, Oregon

Bandon / Port Orford KOA Journey

Edson Creek Group Campground
Sixes, Oregon

Edson Creek Group Campground

WildSpring Guest Habitat
Port Orford, Oregon

WildSpring Guest Habitat

From $218 / night

Bald Knob Lookout
Agness, Oregon

Bald Knob Lookout

Hauser Sand Camping
Coos Bay, Oregon

Hauser Sand Camping

Horsfall Sand Camping
Coos Bay, Oregon

Horsfall Sand Camping