Welcome to Port Orford & Langlois
Life in Port Orford
Located on the blustery most western tip of the continental United States, lies the small town of Port Orford with a population of 2,021. Proud to be the oldest town on the Oregon coast, it remains an authentic working fishing port. The clear coastal waters support a diversity of wildlife. Just to the south are the protected Redfish Rocks Oregon Marine Reserves. The town is known for some of the most spectacular scenery to be found, and year-round outdoor activities abound.
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Life in Langlois
Just 12 miles to the north is Langlois, an unincorporated town with a population of 413. Designated a “Rural Community” by the State, the intent is to preserve the ruralness of the area and discourage development. It continues a long heritage as a productive farming valley raising primarily cattle, sheep and cranberries. Langlois is a “sleeper” in the sense that there is a lot more going on below the surface than the casual observer will notice, and the locals are just fine with that.