State Parks

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International Folk Dancing

Fun for people of all ages! Join the South Coast Folk Society every 4th Friday (Sept – May). Part of the evening will include teaching and the rest will be request dancing. Learn a Serbia kolo, a Macedonian oro, and an Israeli hora! No…

Live Music, the Koz at the Mill Casino

Live Music- Weekends at 9pm Join us at Warehouse 101 every Friday and Saturday to rock out with a live band while enjoying some great food and drinks! Shows 9pm-1am. – The Koz

Kids Rock the Block

Saturday Sept. 23, 5 to 7 pm 3 live bands made up of kids age 5 to 16 perform classic to current rock.  An amazing concert experience the whole family will love! $5 adults  $3 12 & under Proceeds go to the ARK project in Coos Bay and…

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Moonlight Paddle and Fall Migration Birding With the South Slough Reserve

The South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve (South Slough NERR) in Charleston Oregon, is one of our most valuable natural attractions here on Oregon’s South Coast. This 5,000 acre natural area is a place like no other. It encompasses…

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Shore Acres State Park is Truly a “Garden for all Seasons”

It’s well known fact that the state parks found along the the Cape Arago Beach Loop are nothing short of grand, but if there is one destination along the way you cannot miss, it is the glorious gardens of Shore Acres State Park , a.k.a. &#8220…

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Oregon Coast Map

Find Adventure Around Every Turn on Oregon’s Adventure Coast in Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston

Adventure sets the stage for any visit to the Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston area. We have world class sporting opportunities, from fishing to tackling the Oregon Sand Dunes. For tranquility, explore our bay beaches, hiking trails, bird watching and beauty of the gardens at Shore Acres.

We are 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!

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