About Boice Cope Park
Rimmed by Sitka spruces and shore pines, this crisp, clean campground occupies a groomed lawn overlooking Floras Lake in Langlois Oregon. Consisting of a mixture between RV and Tent sites, this campground also houses laundry and shower facilities, RV dump station, firewood sales, and free Wi-Fi. Reservations are recommended during peak months, but not required.
Separated from the Pacific Ocean by narrow dunes, this beautiful campground has long since been used by wind sport enthusiast. Kite boarding, sailboarding, and kayak rentals are available right next door to the campground, along the lake side trail. A boat launch in the day-use area provides opportunities for motorized and none motorize boaters to enjoy the lake and join in on the fun.
A footbridge at the day-use area outlet leads to the dunes and the long, wild beach. A short walk beyond the picturesque lake, the adjacent shore connects into the Oregon Coast Trail, and provides an amazing route for anyone looking to explore the region. The outlet travels 8 miles connecting into the New River; this provides a one of a kind easy kayak or canoe trip with amazing migrating birds all along the corridor. Duck hunting exist in a section of this corridor for those that brave the winter season.
Fishing activities also are allowed at the ODFW stocked lake. Cutthroat, Rainbow and Steelhead trout, Chinook and Coho salmon and some warm water fish (bass, bluegill) are in the lake. The short walk out to the ocean provides anglers with ample opportunity for surf perch, rockfish, lingcod, and other fish species.
Boice Cope Park at Floras Lake is a truly one of a kind recreation designation. The region provides plenty of activities for friends, family, and a lifetime of wonderful memories.