Curry County, Oregon

Named after Territorial Governor George L. Curry, the county was a part of "Coose" County until it was created in 1855. Curry County contains valuable standing timber and also offers spectacular coastal scenery, clamming and crabbing, excellent fishing, upriver scenic boat trips, hiking trails, and gold for the fun of panning.

  • spectacular coastal scenery
  • clamming and crabbing
  • excellent fishing
  • upriver scenic boat trips
  • gold for the fun of panning
  • hiking trails
  • RVs and camping
  • Accessible Beaches

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