Adventure Beckons on Oregon’s Southern Coast
The unique communities of Coos Bay and North Bend blend together with the quaint fishing village of Charleston to act as the gateway to Oregon’s Adventure Coast. Here, the all-encompassing drumbeat of 300-foot-high, crashing waves, reveals how nature and time have worked together, creating a breathtaking and distinctive line between land and sea.
Just past the world-famous shoreline of rugged rocks and cliffs, as well as easily accessible beaches, lives a vibrant and varied hidden treasure inviting visitors to get their blood flowing and explore.
Forests, rivers, lakes, and natural beauty fill the senses and are ideal for hiking, trail biking, fishing, and kayaking. If ATVing is something you’ve always wanted to try, the ancient, 500-foot-tall sand dunes may be calling you.
The fresh water, salt water, and sloughs make fishing diverse and rewarding. Hikers experience the thrill of finding a 100-foot tall waterfall waiting to be discovered around the next bend on a wooded hike.
Mountain bikers are discovering the newest single track trail through dense forests at Whiskey Run. Kayakers find bay, river, or slough a challenging way to spend an afternoon on the water.
And after a full day of outdoor adventure, these explorers test their luck at the tables at two Vegas-style casinos.
For more information, visit OregonsAdventureCoast.com and plan your visit.