Mile 59

Floras Lake SP, Blacklock Point
Curry County

Latitude: 42.875494873532
Longitude: -124.531209632750
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  • Motor vehicle is allowed from the south side of Blacklock Point (42° 52.2714', Mile 59), southerly to the mouth of the Sixes River (42° 51.3654', Mile 58).
  • Motor vehicle travel is prohibited from the Coos-Curry County line, (42° 57.2628', Mile 89), southerly to the north side of Blacklock Point (42° 52.8000', Mile 60).
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Floras Lake SP, Blacklock Point
Mile 59 Reports (12)


September 5, 2022 - lvbasch
August 28, 2022 - lvbasch
July 24, 2022 - lvbasch
June 17, 2022 - lvbasch
May 28, 2022 - lvbasch
April 30, 2022 - lvbasch
March 30, 2022 - alaingamerica

On an interpretive hike led by Jesse Jones, of CoastWatch and Dr Larry Basch of Charleston, Oregon, I observed a pisater ochraceus with what looked to be severe SSWS. I submitted a report to MARINe. Happily, I also saw nearly 100 healthy ochre stars. Larry estimated their ages to be between more

  • Sea Star Wasting Syndrome
  • healthy stars
  • pretty shell
  • Blacklock Point
March 30, 2022 - lvbasch
March 30, 2022 - jessejones

Today included a group of 28 Coos and Curry residents, joining an ecological interpretive walk led by Dr Larry Basch. Blacklock Point is proposed as a Marine Conservation Area by the public, to be included in the updated Rocky Habitat Management Plan for the Oregon coast. Dozens of healthy sea more


October 28, 2019 - Bob Ivey


November 26, 2012 - Bob Ivey
Scouted and reconn Cape Blanco on Saturday morning. Wet and windy for most of the day. Little walk on Mile south of Light house. Few fisherman and day trippers on beach. Sunday was beautiful, some mild high clouds and blue skies. I walk airport trail to Blacklock Pt. many more
July 6, 2012 - Bob Ivey
Hiked to Blacklock Point. Several small groups of hikers and backpackers, some with dogs and children. Beautiful, but windy day. Could see up and down coast from bluffs. Surf brown and farther out clear blue green waters. Winds blowing on shore pretty stiff. Shoreline looked unchanged but know it more