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We needed a break and stopped, expecting to continue on down the coast for another couple of hours...until we took in the view and googled the history of "The Rock". Fascinating. We ended up not only spending the night but staying on several days to...More
Battle Rock is like a ship with a flat path at the top of the climb up the front of the rock. The first white men at Port Orford spent their first night preparing for a possible Indian attack, and it came in the morning....More
Beautiful views from the the top of the park or a nice uncrowded beach down below. Either one is relaxing and scenic. One thing, though, is that it can be quite windy there. I was talking to a guy flying a kite and he said...More
A little hike down a steep cliff but well worth the walk..The beach is uncluttered and easy to walk on once you get down to it..Scattered along the way is picnic benches..There is a bathroom at top..and plenty of parking.
Stroll the beach, climb the rock where the battle took place, or sit on a bench and relax. Possible to see a whale, seals or collect agates, whatever the ocean has to offer that day. The wind does blow...take a kite!
This park is signed 'wayfinder'. I wonder what the difference between that and the standard 'wayside'. The large parking lot offers easy access to the beach. The sea stacks are photogenic. Battle Rock is adjacent. The sign said that the earliest pioneers took refuge here...More