Humbug Mountain State Park lies along the coast in southern Oregon and is our last stop along the coast for this trip. The campground lies along the western side of the PCH.
I’d like more space around most the campsites, but the one we picked was a decent size and offered Kathryn room to roam around the Airstream.
Beach access is via a path that crosses under a bridge.
This park is my hands down favorite of all the places we stayed in Oregon. The four mile long black sand beach is surrounded by hills
As the tide recedes, it exposes tidal pools along the northern end of the beach.
Hidden beneath the sand are clams, making their presence known by squirting your legs as you walked by.
Crossing under the PCH on the south-western side of the campground, you reach a path that heads up Humbug Mountain.
This park is the first one that I could seriously see myself wanting to be a camp host at. For me, this place offers everything I think a beach ought to have, as well as having a nice mountain to hike up. I really want to spend more time here and we’ll be returning here some day.