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Coos Bay is a dream destination for those who love nature, exciting sports, and interesting culture. You’ll find “The People’s Coast”, as referred to by locals, is the place where everything worth doing and seeing comes together. Mountains, awesome rock formations, ancient forests, outdoor sports, and charming villages are a few of the amenities to explore while you’re here. Restaurants with famous chefs create awesome food from various global cuisines using local ingredients for an unforgettable meal. Casinos with challenging golf courses and 24/7 gaming add more to the scene. Most of the rentals are just a few miles away from the beach.Cozy rentals in the heart of Coos Bay
Enjoy a vacation rental near the water with incredible ocean and forest views. Choose between budget or chic luxury accommodations. Some of the amenities include a terrace, cozy living room with a fireplace, kitchen, outdoor seating area and possibly even a grill! Catch your favorite TV programs with a bowl of homemade popcorn. Play foosball or take advantage of the free Wi-Fi. Suitable for couples and moderate sized groups, these rentals provide everything needed for a nature filled getaway.
Vacations in Coos Bay
The area and getting around
Pony Village Mall in nearby North Bend features specialty shops and anchor stores with restaurants like Bayside Bakery Grill & Café to keep you energized while you shop and it’s all tax-free! Old World Antiques offer heirloom jewelry and furniture. Coos Bay Farmers Market, a meeting place for locals, opens every Wednesday in downtown Coos Bay. You’ll enjoy organic produce, farm-raised meat, free-range eggs, local artisan crafts, baked goods, and more! Ira’s Asian Market, in North Bend, features specialty Asian veggies, grocery items, and Filipino lunches. And this is just the tip of the iceberg!Enjoy the epic outdoors
Coos Bay is nestled in amazing nature. Visit the Oregon Dunes with 500-foot elevations for thrilling ATV exploits. Drive through scenic Douglas fir forests to Golden Silver Falls State Park where you’ll discover a thundering 200-foot waterfall! Charleston Marine Life Center’s interactive exhibits feature marine creatures’ undersea habitats including live video capturing fascinating reef activity and sea vents. Cape Arago State Park Loop includes several parks with viewing points of Shell Island where varieties of sea mammals like whales and sea lions dwell. Park activities include scuba diving, swimming, and hiking. And, Shore Acres State Park is perfect for storm watching at 80-feet above the roaring ocean.
Travelers and activities
Coos Bay is the foodie’s paradise of People’s Coast. Abby’s Legendary Pizza features arcade games, vintage decor, and pizza with gluten-free crust options. Green Street Organic Juice Bar boasts wellness shots, organic juice, avocado toast, and more. Internationally you’ll find Lupita’s Mexican, Tokyo Bistro, and Blue Heron Bistro for German fare. And Ciccarelli's offers fresh bread, fresh roasted coffee espresso bar, and delectable Italian cuisine. For nightlife, visit Sky Bar and Coney’s for great music, dancing, and specialty drinks. Check out the Coos Bay Art Museum, housed in a 1936 Art Deco Post Office, for 6 exhibits, art classes and competitions in the community.Coos Bay for History buffs
Native American tribes dwelled peacefully for 10,000 years before Euro-Americans came in the 1850s. Visit the Coos Historical and Maritime Museum to learn about the rich history that ensued over the years including the fishing communities that were vital to the area. The Oregon Coast Historical Railway Museum offers 100 years of old steam engines, a train table, and railway memorabilia. Take a steam engine ride through Oregon’s coast at Oregon Coast Scenic Railway for a nostalgic trip. The Coos Bay Historic Bridge, built by McCullough in 1936, is a beautiful cantilever construction and was the longest bridge in Oregon at the time.
Tolman founded Marshfield in the 1850s and it was renamed Coos Bay after the Native Tribe’s land in 1944.
Top 5 travel tips in Coos Bay
Visit the Lower Umpqua River Estuary and kayak from Reedsport to Ganier for an exciting encounter with waterfowl, eagles, seals and more! The beauty of the mountains and marsh grasses make for numerous photo ops along the way. Plan according to the tide and wind schedule for the best trip.2. Embark on 9 mountain bike trails year-round
Coos Bay has a unique temperate climate allowing mountain biking trails to stay open year-round. Be careful though, the trails can be dangerous if muddy. At Whiskey Run Mountain Bike you’ll encounter 9 professional trails with panoramic views of forest, rivers and fern covered forest floors giving you that otherworldly atmosphere and dynamic experience.3. Tee-off at Coos Bay
Coos Golf Club was built in 1923 as a public golf course featuring 18 challenging holes in the valley with four tee positions to meet every skill level. You can hone your skills at the driving range and putting greens to better your game. Stop at the Clubhouse restaurant for refreshment after your workout.4. Visit the dream park of Coos Bay
Mingus Park, located in the city center, is loaded with nature, a playground, skate park, swimming pool and more. It’s the perfect place to stroll along trails and discover special surprises like Choshi Japanese Garden with classic bridges, artistic trees, and flowers strategically landscaped into lakes and trails. A photographer’s dreamland!5. If you’re feeling lucky, hit the slot machines
Three Rivers Casino is a gambling hotspot in Coos Bay. It has restaurants like Café 1297 serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner all day. You’ll enjoy live music, theater productions, art shows, and much more on the estate. The games are the newest in the field as well as old-time favorites. Supporting this Native American venue supports the environment as well tribal and non-tribal locals.