Curry County


County Information

Named after Territorial Governor George L. Curry, the county was a part of “Coose” [sic] County until it was created in 1855. Port Orford was the county seat until 1859 when it was replaced by Ellensburg (later renamed Gold Beach). Curry County contains valuable standing timber and also offers spectacular coastal scenery, clamming and crabbing, excellent fishing (freshwater and saltwater), upriver scenic boat trips, hiking trails, and gold for the fun of panning. The Port of Brookings is considered one of the safest harbors on the coast. Agricultural products include sheep and cattle, cranberries, blueberries, Easter liles and horticultural nursery stock. Curry County is also a prolific producer of myrtlewood. Oregon Blue Book:
Contact Info
Curry County
29821 Ellensburg Ave
94235 Moor St, Ste 212 (Mail)
Gold Beach OR 97444

Hours: 9-12 / 1-4 M-F
Recording Phone: 541-247-3295
Elections Phone: 541-247-3297
Fax: 541-247-9361

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