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From Coos Bay head south on US 101 for 38 miles to Langlois. Continue south on US 101 approximately one mile and watch for signs to Floras Lake/Boice-Cope County Park. Continue on US 101 and about 3.5 miles after Floras Lake Loop Road, turn right (west) on Curry County Road #160, across from Pacific High School. Follow this road about 3 miles to the shutdown airfield (Cape Blanco Airport). Park by the airport gate, adjacent to the sign to Blacklock Point and the Oregon Coast Hiking Trail.
Head northwest on the trail paralleling the runway. Cross the stream and bear left as you intercept an unmarked path. The next intersection is marked with a signpost, turn left following the arrow to Blacklock Point. After winding around a few boggy areas you’ll turn left again at the next signpost and soon you’ll come to a camp under some big trees and just beyond this are the bluffs at Blacklock Point. To the right (south) is a trail leading down to the beach that continues for a mile to the Sixes River.