Heads State Park, a coastal state park in northwest Curry County
, in the city of Port Orford. It was established in 1976, and is administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.Located on a bluff above the city, the park has three main walking trails: the Cove, Tower and Headland trails. From each of these vantage points (at the right time of year) one can see commercial fishing boats, orcas, gray whales, California and Steller's sea lions, and various seabirds. The park is open for day use only.The Port Orford Lifeboat Station is a museum and interpretive center that was opened in 2000 by the Point Orford Heritage Society.