Humbug Mountain State Park (Curry, OR)
With Crater Lake National Park being our last jaunt away from the coast, we headed back to the southern Oregon coastline to yet another fantastic Oregon State Park campground at Humbug Mountain State Park in Curry, OR.
Like much of US-101 along Oregon’s coast, there isn’t much around except for amazing scenery. The Rogue River National Forest is just to the east. The California-Oregon border is about 30 minutes south with Brookings, OR offering any city amenities you find yourself in need of.
The campground is about a 10-minute walk, crossing beneath US-101, to the beach. If it’s a clear night, be sure to walk out for an incredible sunset. This might be the most scenic part of Oregon’s coast, though that’s a tough call.
We had water and electric hookups. Primitive tent sites are also available.
The bathrooms were very nice and clean with 4 individual unisex showers. There were soap and paper towels should you need to do something crazy like wash your hands.
Laundry & Wi-Fi
There is no laundry or wi-fi here.
Our campsite and the rest of the sites in the front loop that we were in offer little in the way of shade or privacy. The sites are big enough, but not really big. The back loop had bigger sites with more privacy.
Our campsite with hookups was $20, which is definitely a bargain given that it’s right on the Pacific Coast and that it’s right off of US-101. The sites without hookups are $17, so if you have a use for electric power, it’s only $3 more.