North Bend

North Bend, with its magnificent McCullough Bridge, is the northern gateway to the Bay Area. It boasts a history of great innovators and business people. Asa M. Simpson and his son Louis were prime movers in the town’s development. North Bend was the hub of their northwestern timber holdings.

Pony Village Mall, the largest indoor shopping center on the coast and The Mill Casino – Hotel are located in North Bend.

About Charleston

Charleston, at the mouth of Coos Bay, is a commercial and sport fishing center. This unincorporated community is a center for commercial fishing, processing and support services. The Charleston Marina Complex is part of the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay, providing moorage for over 565 commercial and pleasure craft. The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology and the South Slough Estuarine Reserve are both part of the Charleston Community.

Featured activities

Featured accommodations

  • The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park

    3201 Tremont Ave.
    North Bend, Oregon 97459
    541-756-8800, 800-953-4800

    Experience over 200 well-appointed rooms and suites, Las Vegas-style gaming excitement, five excellent dining venues and live entertainment, full service RV Park. Amenities including WiFi connectivity, a business center, and indoor pool, hot tubs and a fitness center. Modern meeting facilities, banquet catering and group services are available.

Featured Events

  • 27th Annual South Coast Clambake Jazz Festival

    3201 Tremont Ave
    North Bend, Oregon 97459
    Friday, Mar 11th, 2016 - Sunday, Mar 13th, 2016

    Join us for the 2016 South Coast Clambake Jazz Festival! Three days of music, dancing and fun in Coos Bay, North Bend Oregon.  More details to come as date approaches. 

  • Cinderella the Musical at LTOB

    2100 Sherman Ave
    North Bend, Oregon 97459
    Friday, Apr 10th, 2015 - Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

    Little Theatre on the Bay presents Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. Starts April 10 – May 3 at Little Theatre on the Bay. Fridays and Saturdays at 7pm, Sunday matinees at 2pm. 
    The prince is giving a ball, and all the ladies of the kingdom are excited to meet him, including Cinderella, her selfish stepmother and stepsisters. After her stepmother and stepsisters leave for the ball, Cinderella's Fairy Godmother appears and transforms Cinderella into a beautifully gowned young lady. Her Godmother warns her not to stay past midnight. At the ball, Cinderella's grand entrance immediately attracts everyone's attention, including the Prince. The Prince and Cinderella dance and in a private moment, he declares his love for her. As they share a kiss, the clock begins to strike midnight, and Cinderella flees before the magic wears off; but she leaves a glass slipper.  The next day, the Prince searches the kingdom for the beauty with whom he danced. His herald tries the slipper on all the woman of the kingdom, but it doesn't fit, until at last he finds CInderella, and when she tries the slipper on, it fits, and CInderella and the Prince marry and live happily ever after.

    Tickets: Prices from $8 – $13 advanced purchase or $15 at the door. Children 12 and under $6. (please note tickets purchased online have an additional service charge). For Group and Family rates call 541-756-4336. 

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