Don’t Risk Missing Out on the Ultimate Oregon Coast Crab Experience! Get Your Tickets for the Charleston Crab Feed NOW!
Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston is known for scenic beauty and fantastic adventures, but did you know that February is one of the best months to get your fresh Oregon Dungeness crab fix?
If you’re still feeling crabby that last year’s Charleston Crab Feed was cancelled due to COVID precautions, we’ve got great news for you! The Annual Charleston Crab Feed will be back and better than ever on Saturday, February 12, 2022 from 11am-3pm!
Now in its 37th year (after skipping 2021), tickets for this heavenly feast are available now, and going fast! The crab feed is one of our favorite annual affairs, because it brings the community together. The event features
All proceeds help support the Charleston Visitor Center.
Crab feasts and community events have a long rich history here on Oregon’s Adventure Coast. Here are some photos from previous crabbing events courtesy of Coos History Museum .
Here are a few quick tips to get the most out of the 2022 experience
Here are some fun foodie adventures you can enjoy while you’re here:
There’s plenty of space to spread out and stay safe on one of these outdoor adventures:
You can explore the “Great Indoors” on Oregon’s Adventure Coast:
You can also follow Oregon’s Adventure Coast Facebook , @travelcoosbay on Instagram , Twitter and TikTok to find inspiration on the best spots to visit, eat, stay and explore any time of the year. Request your FREE visitor’s packet today !
As the developments with COVID-19 continue to unfold, please follow the direction of our public health authorities, including the CDC, Oregon Health Authority, and Coos Health & Wellness, to protect yourself, our community and our visitors. Face coverings are mandatory for all when inside a public space, AND outdoors when 6 ft distancing cannot be maintained. If you are ready to travel, we are ready to welcome you back to Oregon’s Adventure Coast. However, if you are feeling ill or not comfortable traveling right now, we encourage you to stay home and stay healthy. Let’s all do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Visit the state’s **Safe+Strong Oregon ** page for more information.