Coos Bay

  • Cape Arago Lighthouse

    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420

    Cape Arago is located 12 miles southwest of Coos Bay and North Bend off Hwy 101. It stands 100 feet above the ocean on an islet just off Gregory Point. The light atop the 44-foot-high tower was first illuminated in 1934 and is easily noticeable due to its distinct fog horn. Although newest in terms of service, earlier structures were built on this site in 1866 and 1908, both succumbing to weather and erosion. Hidden behind a guarded fence, Cape Arago is not open to the public.

  • 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.

  • Oregon International Port of Coos Bay

    PO Box 5409
    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
    541-267-7678
  • Anthony's Garden & Lights

    93779 Troy Ln, Ste B
    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
    541-266-8822
  • Antique & Auction House

    347 S Broadway
    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
    541-267-5361
  • Bay Area Chamber of Commerce

    145 Central Ave
    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
    541-266-0868
  • Betty Kay Charters

    7788 Albacore Ave
    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
    541-888-9021
  • Cape Arago Lighthouse

    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420

    Cape Arago is located 12 miles southwest of Coos Bay and North Bend off Hwy 101. It stands 100 feet above the ocean on an islet just off Gregory Point. The light atop the 44-foot-high tower was first illuminated in 1934 and is easily noticeable due to its distinct fog horn. Although newest in terms of service, earlier structures were built on this site in 1866 and 1908, both succumbing to weather and erosion. Hidden behind a guarded fence, Cape Arago is not open to the public.

  • Cape Arago State Park

    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420
    541-347-2209
  • Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians

    Coos Bay, Oregon 94720

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