Port Orford Heads State Park
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Constructed in 1934 the Port Orford Lifeboat Station helped to save many lives until its decommission in the 1960's. It is now a historical landmark you don't want to miss out on. This 101.29 acre state park with museum houses an original Coast Guard self-righting lifeboat. The large museum, which was the barracks/office, is full of historical nautical displays. This museum also contains historical information about the local Port Orford area. The museum is free of charge and open from April until October.