Blog Archive: 2017 April

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

Trail begins in a conifer forest and provides vistas of fresh water lakes, wet areas within the forest and ocean waves. The trail wanders threw a spruce forest with substantial tree size and stops at the serene Threemile Lake and ends at the ocean beach. The trail offers either a difficult trek to the beach or an easy self-guided interpretive loop. The 2.7 miles to the beach may feel even longer as you traverse soft, open sand dunes. The open sand is unmarked due to constantly changing conditions. Hikers are advised to climb the tallest dune to get their bearings.

Posted by TravelCoosBay on April 25, 2017

If you’re headed to the Southern Oregon Coast, a day exploring the magnificent Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is an absolute must.  Whether you enjoy an off-roading adventure on a quad or ATV, the serenity of hiking along the dunes and in…

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Posted by TravelCoosBay on April 17, 2017

It’s happening! It’s really happening! Later this spring, Coos Bay and North Bend will be one of only a handful of Pacific ports that will host historic ships during the annual Festival of Sail®, June 1st-4th, 2017. This annual festival…

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Posted by TravelCoosBay on April 12, 2017

Our Growing Food Culture Has Made Oregon’s Adventure Coast a True Haven for “Foodies”. When you visit the Coos Bay/North Bend and Charleston area, you better come hungry! Not only will you find plenty of fresh wild caught seafood,…

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