Parks News

As of  March 2018, Curry County Parks is excited to announce that a new generator has been installed at Lobster Creek Camp. The new generator is more efficient and better meets the need of the camp.  For our annual groups, that means a drastic decrease in propane use, resulting in serious savings compared to years past.

As of March 2018, Curry County Parks is happy to announce new non-electric RV and tent sites have been added at Boice Cope Park.  The campground has been full during peak seasons, so the new sites will allow more campers the opportunity to enjoy recreational adventures on beautiful Floras Lake.  

Click here to read an article regarding the Fungi Fest held on November 7, 2015.
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 CurryCounty