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.

  • Jerry's Rogue Jets

    29985 Harbor Way
    Gold Beach, Oregon 97444
    800-451-3645

    Jerry’s Rogue Jets is a nature based jet boat excursion on the ‘Wild & Scenic’ Rogue River. Join us for an unforgettable family outing full of history, wildlife, tales and adventure. Tours depart daily from Gold Beach starting May 1 through October 15. Jerry’s offers the choice between our calm and scenic 64-Mile trip that traces the historic mail route to Agness (and yes, we still deliver the mail to this day). Or choose the 80 & 104-Mile whitewater trips that will take you deep into the Rogue Wilderness, traversing whitewater rapids and gliding through deep river canyons. Don’t forget to visit our museum and gift shop, located in the Port of Gold Beach, and open year round.

  • 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 offers privately-scheduled kayak tours for groups year-round. Choose from dozens of locations along our 100 mile service area on Oregon's North Coast. Our seven estuary systems offer nearly 900 miles of flat-water paddling opportunities across 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.

  • Munson Creek State Natural Area

    6 mi. S of Tillamook on Hwy 101. Turn east on Munson Cr,. Rd for 2 mi.
    Tillamook , Oregon 97141
    800-551-6949

    The park is home to ancient western red cedar and Sitka spruce. A relic of an ancient rain forest, the world's second-tallest spruce -- at 260' tall and 8' in diameter -- lives here. Also an important salmon spawning ground, Munson Creek Falls tumbles 319', making it the tallest waterfall in the Coast Range. A 1/4 mile trail system winds through the hills to the waterfall. Vital stats: There is no fee to use this park. There's no water or restroom at the park. Munson Creek offers opportunities for hiking.

  • Port of Alsea

    365A Port St
    Waldport, Oregon 97394
    541-563-3872
  • Alfred A. Loeb State Park

    Brookings, Oregon 97415
    800-551-6949
  • Alsea Bay Historic Interpretive Center

    Waldport, Oregon 97365
    541-563-2002
  • Alsea River

    Waldport, Oregon 97394
  • Bolon Island Tideways State Scenic Corridor

    US 101, .5 mi. N of Reedsport
    Reedsport, Oregon 97467
    800-551-6949
  • Castle Rock Campground

    31525 Hwy 22
    Hebo, Oregon 97122
    503-392-3161

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