Unlock Your 15% Lodging Discount this Autumn on Oregon’s Adventure Coast! Discover the Very Best of Fall with this Limited Time Special.
Ask any local on Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston, and chances are, they will agree that there really is no better time to explore the treasures of our region than autumn. While everyone else is hustling with back-to-school activities, work demands, and more, you could be spending time in a special destination where adventure meets serenity. As an added bonus, visitors can save 15% on lodging at select properties along Oregon’s Adventure Coast with a 2-night stay! Discount is valid October 1, 2023 through November 30, 2023. Some restrictions apply and are subject to change.
To claim your savings, reach out directly to one of the participating properties listed here for reservations. Be it a weekend retreat, a week-long escapade or an extended stay, Oregon’s Adventure Coast promises unique experiences, awaiting your discovery. So, throw on a comfy jacket, pack some cozy sweaters, step into your beloved walking shoes, and gear up for a delightful autumn retreat in Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston! While you’re here, explore these perfect autumn day activities:
#1 Embrace Year-Round Mountain Biking on the Whiskey Run MTB System
Our temperate coastal weather brings mountain bikers from all over the Pacific Northwest to ride Whiskey Run Mountain Bike Trails on Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston. It’s not only one of the most prized biking trails in our region, it is one of the few in the state of Oregon that are open year-round! This beautifully maintained, one-of-a-kind trail system is known among mountain biking enthusiasts for its moderate climbing and fun descending. Riders are treated to sweeping views of the Coos County Forest, tranquil streams, and fern covered forest floors that can only be experienced on Oregon’s South Coast. The Whiskey Run Mountain Bike Trail system is located about 15 minutes from Bandon or Coos Bay off Highway 101. Though the professionally built trails are made to withstand the coast’s weather, it is not recommended that you ride if trails are muddy. Check trail reports or call the local shops or guide services for current conditions.
BONUS Activity: Ever wanted to explore the Whiskey Run Mountain Bike Trail system by foot? Make your way here the weekend of October 7-8, 2023 when the South Coast Running Club hosts the Run Whiskey Run and Clean Up Fun Run ! Post-run, immerse in Coos culture at Octoberfish on October 7, 2023, a FREE, family-friendly festivity from 10am to 4pm at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology. Celebrate with art, music, yoga, movement workshops, scrumptious food, and more, marking the official after-party for Run Whiskey Run. Don’t forget to bring your lawn chair!
#2 Eat Your Heart Out!
Experience the best fall cuisine and seafood at one of the many wonderful local restaurants on Oregon’s Adventure Coast. Grab a pint at a local pub and explore the unique restaurants in Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston. Download our Local Restaurant Guide to carry with you, or visit oregonsadventurecoast.com/dining .
Grab a tasty meal or snack at one of the food truck vendors at Front Street Food Trucks . From Mexican fare to gourmet waffles to BBQ, there’s something for every taste and craving!
BONUS: For the ultimate foodie experience, treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind tasting adventure you can only find along the Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail . Or taste local fare at the Coos Bay Downtown Farmers Market (Wednesdays 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. through October 25th) and/or the NEW Coastal Farmers Market (Sundays at the historic Flora Building, 999 Front Street, from 12-4pm), each flaunting the distinct, vibrant flair of local agriculture and craftsmanship.
#3 Visit a Pumpkin Patch!
Fall just wouldn’t feel right without at least one visit to a pumpkin patch. We’re fortunate to have one of the best in Oregon! Once again, the local favorite Mahaffy Ranch opens its “U-Pick” Pumpkin Patch to provide the perfect mix of fun, fall-centric activities suitable for all ages. The 2023 lineup boasts Hay Rides, a thrilling Corn Maze, Corn Cannon antics, an array of Farm Animals, and much more to explore! Click here to learn more.
#4- Gaze at celestial formations.
Love stargazing? Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston is a wonderful destination for stargazing due to our relatively remote location and proximity to the coast, which can sometimes mean less light pollution compared to more urban areas. We recommend Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area or head to a remote beach where the light pollution is lower. Sunset Bay State Park and Bastendorff Beach could be good spots.
BONUS: Grab a front-row seat to the awe-inspiring Annular Solar Eclipse on October 14, 2023, also known as the “Ring of Fire” event, on Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston. Be among the first in the U.S. to revel in this cosmic event! Eclipse glasses are now up for grabs at the Coos Bay Visitor Center for just $1 each (grab yours while stocks last).
#5 Embark on a Fishing Expedition
Autumn opens a gateway for fantastic fall fishing on Oregon’s Adventure Coast, offering a satisfying variety of crabbing, clamming, and fishing spots along the bay or within 30+ local lakes and rivers. Click here for a look at all the different types of fishing available in our area.
Sept- Chinook Salmon, Rockfish/Bottom Fish, Albacore Tuna, Surfperch, Crabbing, Clamming, Largemouth Bass, Bluegills, Yellow Perch.
October- Chinook Salmon (early October), Albacore Tuna (early October), Surfperch, Crabbing, Clamming, Largemouth Bass, Bluegills, Yellow Perch.
November- Surfperch, Crabbing, Clamming, Largemouth Bass, Bluegills, Yellow Perch, Steelhead (late November).
BONUS: Try Your Hand at Crabbing and/or Clamming - Oregon’s Adventure Coast is known for its abundance of fishing opportunities , but visitors have also enjoy taking on a crabbing and/or clamming adventure! This is a fall adventure the whole family can enjoy with relative ease as the necessary equipment for both crabbing and clamming are available for rent from our local bait and tackle shops. Make sure you have your shellfish license (14 and older requires a shellfish license), crab measuring tool, pots or rings, cooler, gloves, bait holders and bait supply. Three-day licenses are available at local ODFW offices and at many sporting goods or hardware stores .
There is an adventure for everyone this fall on Oregon’s Adventure Coast. Whether you are on the hunt for awe-inspiring landscapes, thrilling outdoor activities, prime shopping, fine dining, special events, or an evening of entertainment, you will find it here. For more information, please contact the Coos Bay – North Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau . You must take advantage of this 15% off lodging offer before November 30th. Click here to view details and a list of participating hotels.