This unique section of the Oregon coastline is known as Oregon’s Adventure Coast for several reasons and when you arrive in the area, you will easily see why.
The area is comprised of the three communities of Coos Bay, North Bend, and Charleston. Each has their own distinctive flavor and unique draws and are tied together by Coos Bay (the water), the deepest working port between Seattle and San Francisco. While it is a common site to see huge ocean-going freighters; fishermen, kayakers and windsurfers have carved out a place to play as well.
We are here to help you plan, get here, and enjoy your visit. Check out more information below to see what makes each of our towns unique, or to plan a trip based on a specific town:
On the “North Bend” of the bay, this town boasts great beaches, the Oregon Coast’s only airport, and a diverse mix of dining, shopping and culture found in their downtown area.
A quaint fishing village with a bustling marina, Charleston hosts freshest seafood around, and is the entry point to some of the finest beaches and scenery in the Pacific Northwest.