Activities

Birding

Activities: Birding, Walking & Hiking

Bluebill Trail

North Bayside, OR

Bluebill Trail is a 1.25 mile loop and is the most southern trail in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.

Activities: Birding, Cycling, Fishing, Crabbing & Clamming, Walking & Hiking

Length: 5 miles (one way) Difficulty: Easy Surface: Dirt, gravel Information courtesy of Coos Trails. Access:   From Coos Bay, drive on US 101 to William Tugman State Park, located 1 mile north of Lakeside on the right (east) side.  From any of…

Activities: Birding, Dunes, Walking & Hiking

John Dellenback Dunes Trail

67760 Spinreel Road
Lakeside, OR

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…

Activities: Birding, Cycling, Walking & Hiking

Johnson Log Pond

Johnson Mill Road
Coquille, OR

Length: .5 mile (one way) Difficulty: Easy Surface: Dirt Information courtesy of Coos Trails. Access:   From Coos Bay, head south on US 101.  At the “Y” 5.5 miles south, take the left fork following signs to Highway 42 and Coquille. …

Activities: Beach, Birding, Lighthouses, Scenic Drives, Walking & Hiking

Lighthouse Beach

Lighthouse Way
Charleston, OR 97420

Known for its excellent kayaking, scuba diving and views of the Cape Arago Lighthouse. Lighthouse Beach is a pristine beach situated in an alcove. There is very little public access to this beach, but the walk is well worth the effort. Many choose…

Activities: Birding, Cycling, Walking & Hiking

Millicoma Marsh Trail

D st & 4th Ave
Coos Bay, OR

Length: .5 mile (to viewing deck) Difficulty: Easy Surface: Dirt, gravel Information courtesy of Coos Trails. Trail is appropriate for hikers, cyclists, and equestrians. Access:  From US 101 at south end of Coos Bay, follow sign to Allegany. …

Activities: Birding, Cycling, Walking & Hiking

Length: 1.4 mile (one way) Difficulty: Easy Surface: Dirt, sand, packed gravel. Wheelchair accessible. Information courtesy of Coos Trails. New River Trails Map. Access:   From Coos Bay, drive 24 miles south on US 101 to Bandon.  Continue south…

Activities: Birding, Walking & Hiking

Length: .25 mile or .4 mile (one way) Difficulty: Easy Surface: Dirt, Sand Information courtesy of Coos Trails. Trail appropriate for hiking, birding, and horseback riding. New River Trails Map Access: From Coos Bay, drive 24 miles south on US 101…

Activities: Birding, Walking & Hiking

Length: .25 mile or .4 mile (one way) Difficulty: Easy Surface: Dirt, Sand Information courtesy of Coos Trails. Trail is appropriate for hiking, horseback riding and birding. New River Trails Map Access: From Coos Bay, drive 24 miles south on US 101…

Activities: Birding

Ni-les’tun Unit Overlook

Ni-les'tun Unit Overlook
Bandon, OR

The Ni-lestun Unit Overlook is provided to give visitors the opportunity to view wildlife and changes in the habitat as the area is restored to intertidal marsh.