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Curry County Parks & Recreation

Jonathan J. Trost, Director

 94235 Moore Street, Suite 413 

Gold Beach, Oregon 97444

541-247-3386 Voice  / 541-247-5000 Fax

Office Hours M - F 8:00am to 12pm & 1pm to 5pm


The Curry County Park System consists of two facilities: Boice Cope Park, located adjacent to Floras Lake in Langlois, Oregon; and Lobster Creek Park, located in old growth forest 18 miles northeast of Gold Beach, Oregon.

Boice Cope Park consists of RV and tent camping and is a first come, first serve facility. Lobster Creek Park offers group camping by reservation, and offers overnight camping if the park is unreserved.

For more in depth information regarding each facility, please click on the links to the left.


It is our mission to provide, protect and preserve the natural and scenic parks of Curry County,
and to ensure they are safe and clean for present and future generations



Upgrades will begin on April 20, 2015, to install RV Electrical Hookups at Boice Cope Park. Please be aware RV Camping will not be available at the effected sites during the upgrade. Completion is expected on or before May 1, 2015. Please contact the camp host for more information.
This website will be updated upon completion.
Thank you for your patience during this improvement process.


Good News!

Curry County Parks has secured a grant from the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department to convert the 18 RV sites on the inner circle of Boice Cope Park to Electric and Water hookup!

Project to begin mid to late April 2015 with hopes of completion by mid May 2015.

There may be some days the park is closed to campers during the conversion. The closure will be announced on this site when known.

Updates will be provided during the project.

We are very excited for this improvement to enhance our campers’ experience!

 The below map indicates the sites to be converted.


Parks News

 Champion Redwoods Planted at Lobster Creek Park
On March 1, 2015, in conjunction with Archangel Ancient Tree Archive, members and residents of Curry County planted 12 genetic clones of the largest and oldest Redwood trees, also known as champion Redwoods, at Lobster Creek Camp. This effort is part of Curry County's commitment to sustainability strategies outlined in the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development Strategic Plan.
Curry County Parks is very excited to participate in the venture and are committed to the care of these trees so they reach their growth potential and assist in fulfilling our mission.
For more information regarding Archangel Ancient Tree Archive, please visit their website at
For the Curry Coastal Pilot article reporting on the event, click on this link. New redwoods for Curry County