Blacklock Point Trail is a 4.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Langlois, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length4.2 miElevation gain272 ftRoute typeOut & back
kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingBeachDog friendlyViewsWildflowers
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Angela Hanan
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Melinda Nichols
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Very muddy and many large puddles! Look for puddle by-passes! Great hike.

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Steve Ryan
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This trail is fun although you definitely need waterproof BOOTS. Emphasis on needing them as most of the puddles are close to ankle deep in the center and some, walking along the side of the puddle isn’t real practical or you’ll fall like I did. So be mindful - dress for the weather and wear appropriate shoes. I’d even recommend dry clothes when you get back to the car. Also, AllTrails suggests going to the tip of the rock. That looks kinda dangerous on a good day and probably your death on a crazy windy and rainy day like today was. Still got verified completed without that part so that’s nice. Fun hike, just be mindful. Oh and a couple trees down but easily navigable by climbing over.

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Marina Burfield User
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Edward Walker
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Angie Harley
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quinn costantini
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big puddles after a rain, beware. quick and easy, beautiful views at the end. the parking lot is a little sketchy but otherwise, lovely hike!

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Sarah Sternquist
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Jonathan Tate
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Nice trail, easy to follow. Views once to cliffs are amazing! Good stuff.

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Quinn Zimmerman
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Easy, fun hike. Trail ran out, walked back. Went down to the beach and scrambled on some rocks. Nice views. Zigged when I should have zagged on the return and ended up at the airstrip. Woops. Saw a cool couple of hawks flying above the tarmac, successfully managed to not get t-boned by a plane, and hopped the fence when I could. No harm no foul. Would accidentally trespass again. Bonus points for finding out that AllTrails stops tracking your location once you're in "Record" mode and wander off the projected path.

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hikeandphoto TF
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Got there around 4am to catch the low tide, only one other car in the lot. The trail is flat and easy, pretty boring to walk through until you hit the coast. There's an offshoot steep trail that'll take you down through the tall grass to the beach... you can walk on the beach for some extra miles but dang the sand sure is a workout.

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Alec Dyson
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HikingMuddy

Very windy but cool hike

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DoctorofaCertainSize .
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Spectacular. Will definitely come back here. Would be careful taking kids all the way out to the point itself.

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Denny Ellis
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The trail is open and easy to find and follow. Most people parked by the chain link fence at the airport. There is also a less open area to park down a short road to the left. Trail is a pleasant walk through forest. Once you get to the cliffs the astounding view is to the South and Cape Blanco. Continuing on you’ll be able to look North and barely see the kitesurfers at Floras Lake. Many wildflowers were out on this late June day. As you can see from other recordings, there is a steep trail down to the beach. You might have it all to yourself. This 72 year old opted out.

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Tom Orsi
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This trail may have been closed at one time, but it's open now.

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Patricia Pan
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Amazing picnic and photo spot

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Dan Bailey
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beautiful cliffs!

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Steve Ryan
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This trail was fun! As others said, it is wet in winter time for sure. The puddles are more like mini ponds - you certainly MUST have ankle high waterproof hiking boots or you can expect to have wet feet. Aside from this, it is flat so crazy easy and the reward is great! A no effort hike with amazing reviews. Would be cool any time of the year as well.

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Crystal Blower
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2/1/20- it was raining and people said there were puddles, but they actually mean miniature lakes that you could figuratively swim across haha. Some of them didn’t really have any way to go around them so you had to get wet. Be sure to wear actual waterproof boots (mine said they were waterproof and my feet were soaked the whole time. Other than that, it was beautiful at the end. At the fork, we took the coastal route, so I’m not sure what this route leads to. The path was pretty and there were lots of salamanders and frogs! Definitely coming back in the summer to check it out.

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Josh S
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Nice, easy out and back. The trailhead is located at a regional airport so it may feel odd upon arrival. Then you see the sign for the trailhead and feel better about leaving your car. We went after significant rains so parts of the trail were quite flooded. Fortunately, there are many workarounds for these giant puddles. Wear waterproof hiking boots if you’re going after rain. The walk itself is beautiful, tree covered, and mostly flat. The trail is well marked follow the signs for blacklock. The payoff is at the end with amazing views of the ocean. What makes this trail “moderate” is the path onto a beautiful outcropping. You’ll feel on top of the world surrounded by crashing waves.

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Beth Dimler
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Great day to see the Oregon Coast

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Patricia Pan
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Very moderate, gorgeous place for a picnic at the end

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Elaine Dealy
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I hiked this trail w/3 young adults. We all loved it! Make sure you go all the out to the point for the best view & scenery.

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christy Mac
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This was a nice easy trail. Mostly flat and no thing to climb. It was beautiful to come out to the point and see the awesome views of the Oregon coast. Just be cautious we saw a black bear on the trail. It was cool to see it but also scary.

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Mike Boddington
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ok going out is just flat almost double tack width - but as you get closer to the end it gets really cool ! amazing cliffs awesome awesome beach so it gets a 5

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Caitlan Hefner
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Love this trail! There aren’t really any indications that the trail is there but my GPS took me right to it. Great trail condition, easy walking. The point is a little rough to get out to but completely doable just take your time. It’s become one of my favorite trails!

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Hope Rush
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Guard Rail at the start of the path made us unsure if it was the correct way. Very flat, easy walk. Little elevation change made for a very smooth walk! View at the end was beautiful! The path to the ocean looked a little washed out so we didn't trek it (was baby carrying) Could walk out on the cliff.

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