Port Orford is a city on the southern coast of Oregon located in Curry County. It has a population of about 1,000 people over 1.61 square miles. The oldest town on the Oregon coast, Port Orford is the most westerly city in the continental U.S. Port Orford is located between the Pacific Ocean and the Siskiyou National Forest and is 28 miles north of Gold Beach and 27 miles south of Bandon.
Port Orford is home to three state parks; Garrison Lake, Sheridan State Park, and Paradise Point State Park. Spectacular views, sheltered coves, hiking trails, ocean lake and river fishing, biking, surfing, and whale watching are activities that will keep the whole family happy. Cape Blanco Lighthouse is located in Port Orford, which is the oldest continually operating lighthouse in Oregon and offers tours to the public. For a taste of history, homeowners can check out the Old City Jail and the Fisherman’s Memorial. Restaurants in Port Orford are locally owned and operated giving residents the small town, friendly ambiance.
Port Orford is the perfect place for first time home buyers, family homes, and retirees. Homes with private beach access, lake views, single and two stores and up to six bedrooms are available. Charming and private ranch style homes, move-in ready with all appliances included, formal dining, large kitchens and master suites are perfect to fit the needs of the whole family. Homes on 1-80 acres of land leave buyers the option to create the home of their dreams. Students of Port Orford can attend one of the schools located in the Port Orford-Langlois School District, which includes Pacific High School. If you are interested in calling Port Orford, Oregon your home, please contact us today.