What to do on the People’s Coast

  • Coos Bay - North Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau

    50 Central Ave
    Oregon 97420
    800-824-8486
  • Florence Area Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center

    290 Hwy 101
    Florence, Oregon 97439
    (541) 997-3128

    Embark on endless Uncurbed Adventures by day, then shop, dine and be entertained when the sun goes down on the gorgeous Pacific Ocean...it's all here in beautiful Florence, Oregon! From ATV and sandboarding action on the immense sand dunes to strolling Historic Old Town, hiking or camping in Old Growth forests, there's too much to do in just one day! Book your reservations at one of several lodging choices and make Florence you new favorite travel destination.

  • Florence Visitor Information - Eugene, Cascades & Coast

    Florence, Oregon 97439
    800-547-5445

    Eugene, Cascades & Coast... Real Adventures. Real Close. Located on the central Oregon coast at the mouth of the Siuslaw River, Florence offers visitors the opportunity to experience all of the region's variety in one visit. From fresh water lakes to miles of sand dunes and world-class landmarks, Florence is a favorite destination for visitors across the globe.

  • Gold Beach Visitor Center

    94080 Shirley Lane, P.O. Box 375
    Oregon 97444
    800-525-2334

    Gold Beach is located on the sunny Southern Oregon Coast, where the legendary Rogue River meets the mighty Pacific. Gold Beach is known as ‘Natures Adventure Center’, for obvious reasons. You may catch a Chinook Salmon in the morning and then ride horses on the beach at sunset. You may take a jet boat tour up the ‘Wild & Scenic’ Rogue and then complete your day with a fresh seafood dinner. You may explore the Oregon Coast Trail at daybreak, then windsurf at one of the world’s ‘Top 5’ locations. Oh yeah, don’t forget to run barefoot in the sand, find ‘treasures’ on the beach and then relax back at your waterfront room!

  • Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau

    3914 Pacific Way
    Astoria, Oregon 98644
    800.451.2542

    The Long Beach Peninsula welcomes visitors with all the ingredients of an authentic Northwest coastal experience. Our villages offer great seafood, comfortable lodging, cute shops, colorful festivals, and one-of-a-kind attractions. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Columbia River and Willapa Bay, nature's wonders are plentiful.

  • Seaside Visitors Bureau

    7 North Roosevelt
    Seaside, Oregon 97138
    (503)738-3097 or (888)306-2326

    Seaside is Oregon's first seashore resort and one of the most popular year-round family destinations with miles of sandy beach, fabulous shopping, outstanding dining, exciting storm watching and timeless attractions for all ages. Seaside is more than just a day at the beach! It's the ideal place for great vacations, romantic retreats and group conferences.

  • Travel Curry Coast

    94235 Moore Street Suite 113
    Gold Beach, Oregon 97444
    (541) 247-3304

    Curry County, nestled in the far southwest corner of Oregon and bounded by the majestic Pacific Ocean, offers premier camping, hiking, and biking opportunities. Scenic recreation areas abound in and around forested mountains and spectacular ocean views are punctuated by breathtaking sea stacks. As part of the Wild Rivers Coast, Curry County’s scenic rivers are ideal for kayaking, canoeing, guided boat tours and fishing. County cities and hamlets of Brookings, Gold Beach, Port Orford and Langlois also provide excellent visitor experiences and accommodations. With easy air access from North Bend, it’s a beautiful drive to internationally known Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, California redwoods and all points in between. Check www.travelcurrycoast.com for the unmatched beauty of Curry County and to plan your visit!

  • Charleston Visitor Center

    91141 Cape Arago Hwy
    Oregon 97420
    541-888-2311
  • Lincoln City Cultural Center

    540 NE Hwy 101
    Lincoln City, Oregon 97367
    541-994-9994
  • Manzanita Visitors Center

    PO Box 851
    Manzanita, Oregon 97130
    (503) 812-5510
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