What to do on the People’s Coast

  • Coos Bay

    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420

    Coos Bay is a long and circuitous estuary fed by the Coos River among other tributaries; it is considered the best natural harbor between San Francisco and the Puget Sound. The bay\\\'s vast acreage gives anglers plenty of elbow room as they pursue fall chinook (July through October), coho (silver) salmon (October and November) and winter steelhead (December through March). Coos Bay also offers excellent canoeing opportunities through the South Slough Estuarine Reserve, the first federally designated reserve.

  • Devil's Lake State Recreation Area

    US 101
    Lincoln City, Oregon 97301
    541-994-2002

    With downtown Lincoln City mere minutes away, you can glide quietly by canoe or kayak on the lake while you watch for coots, loons, ducks, cormorants, bald eagles and grebes. As the only Oregon coast campground located in the midst of a city, the lake is a center of summertime activity. The park is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the 678-acre Devil's Lake. You'll find the campground on the west shore, and the East Devil's Lake day-use area just down the road. The park features boat moorage slips

  • Kayak Tillamook County

    PO Box 1270
    Tillamook, Oregon 97141
    503-866-4808

    Welcome to the most extensive kayaking guide service on the Oregon Coast! Kayak Tillamook County offers privately-scheduled Paddle Board and Kayak Tours for groups year-round. Choose from dozens of locations from Cannon Beach to Lincoln City. Our seven estuary systems offers flat-water paddling on six coastal bays, dozens of rivers, scores of intimate sloughs, backwater channels and fresh water lakes. We can satisfy practically any flat-water experience desired. Encounter river otters, harbor seals, mink, elk, raptors and seabirds while paddling your own kayak or sharing a tandem. We are professionally trained and certified staff, and registered with the Oregon State Marine Board. Beginners and novices welcome! From November to March individual thermoses of Hot Apple Cider are served, each with a fresh cinnamon stick inside.

  • Loon Lake Lodge and RV Resort

    9011 Loon Lake Rd.
    Reedsport, Oregon 97467
    541.599.2244

    A family vacation treasure in the Oregon Coast Range. With its wind-protected location, boaters and anglers enjoy two miles of uncrowded open water, surrounded by high peaks and gorgeous scenery. Full hook-up, pull thru RV sites, tent camping on grassy knolls, cottages with full kitchens, motel rooms, boat rentals, restaurant, WiFi and convenience store.

  • Port of Alsea

    365A Port St
    Waldport, Oregon 97394
    541-563-3872
  • South Coast Tours LLC

    Gold Beach, Oregon 97444
    541-373-0487

    Let South Coast Tours take you on an adventure paddle in the Wild Rivers Coast estuaries and out into the Southern Oregon near shore ocean. Go fishing, wildlife viewing or just simply enjoy the experience of gliding across the waterways of the banana belt coast of Oregon. The south coast holds much of Oregon's near shore reefs and some of the best fishing, photography, wildlife viewing and wildest rivers on the west coast. South Coast Tours offers a variety of fully equipped 2-18 person tours as well as custom overnight kayak tours. SCT offers kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and kayak fishing from the Coos Bay area down to the California border and Brookings Harbor. We also rent kayaks and sups out of our base camp on the docks in Brookings.

  • Wilderness Canyon Adventures

    Gold Beach, Oregon 97444
    541.698.7439

    Wilderness Canyon Adventures specializes in intimate guided trips down the Wild and Scenic Chetco River in Oregon’s remote southwestern mountains. The Chetco is a 55-mile stream of gin-clear water that starts in the heart of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness and flows through some of the most beautiful country in the United States before entering the wild Pacific Ocean. Established in 1996, WCA offers a range of trips for every type of paddler, from 1-3 day excursions to custom outings. Snorkel in boulder-ringed pools teeming with crawdads and fish, eat fresh meals on untouched sandbars and enjoy the 70-degree water as you navigate the Class I-IV rapids with the help of seasoned guides. WCA also offers coastal paddling trips as well. This is Oregon the way it’s meant to be seen.

  • Alsea River

    Waldport, Oregon 97394
  • Bay Be

    91122 Cape Arago Hwy
    Charleston, Oregon 97420
    541-888-3265
  • Bluebill Campground

    855 Highway Avenue
    Reedsport, Oregon 97467
    541-271-3611
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