Blog Archive: 2010 January

Welcome to the Official Blog for The Coos Bay – North Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau! We believe there is no place like the Oregon Coast and want to share stories, events, photos and more information in our blog.

We have world class fishing, dunes, beaches, hiking trails, bird watching, gardens, unique gift, craft and antique shops, casinos, music, museums- and more. The Oregon’s Adventure Coast is an all season destination, with surprises and memories around every turn. We have a variety of fun itineraries, and offer oodles of other great ideas for your next adventure!

Have a story you’d like to share on our blog? Email us at info@oregonsadventurecoast.com

Posted by TravelCoosBay on January 21, 2010

This time of year; everyone is looking for a heaping bowl of hot Clam Chowder to keep us going, right?  I checked with some of our local aficionados to see who officially has “the best Clam Chowder in town” and wanted to share this info…

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Posted by TravelCoosBay on January 14, 2010

Clamming is a long time favorite activity among Oregon Coast locals and visters year round.  Coos Bay, Oregon has a particularly diverse selection of clam species found around the bay including gaper, cockle, littleneck, softshell and butter. Low…

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Posted by TravelCoosBay on January 11, 2010

Even the chilly winter days on the Oregon Coast have a special appeal that draw visitors each year to enjoy the food, art, music, people, festivals and beautiful coastal scenery all winter.   For a full list of events visit Oregon’s…

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Posted by Director on January 8, 2010

January is a perfect time to go crabbing on the Southern Oregon Coast whether you like to catch them yourself or just eat them.  Any crabber will tell you the general rule of thumb if you wanna go crabbing is do it in a month with an ‘r’ …

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Posted by admin on January 7, 2010

Missing San Francisco Sea Lion interview: “we’re not missing, we’re just on vacation.” The legendary San Francisco Sea Lions; famous for taking up residence in the docks at Pier 39, vanished from the site as abruptly and…

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