Welcome to the Oregon’s Bay Area!

If you like the outdoors and don’t mind a little rain, you might love the coastal twin cities of Coos Bay and North Bend. Fishing, hiking, crabbing, ATV riding, mountain biking, boating, hunting, surfing, sea kayaking and many other ‘ing’ words are available at your fingertips if you make plans to visit the area.

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10 Fun Things to do in Coos Bay

Though a small area of only 16,000 residents, Coos Bay, Oregon offers many fun things to do – especially for outdoor fun and recreation. This is a list of 10 fun activities you can partake in when you visit the Bay Area.


Empire is a district in the northwest part of Coos Bay, Oregon, founded as Empire City in 1853. It was assumed that the area would be the city center, so downtown infrastructure was created.


Eastside is a district of Coos Bay on the east side of the bay, originally called East Marshfield. A post office was established in 1891 in East Marshfield, and it operated until 1908, when the name was changed to Eastside. The community of Eastside merged with the city of Coos Bay in 1983. Eastside is […]


Englewood is a district in the southwest of Coos Bay, Oregon, located west of Coal Bank slough. The fastest route for Coos Bay residents to get to the beach is through Englewood, using Libby Lane, which extends over a hill to Barview and Charleston. The Englewood area is prone to flooding in winter rainy months, […]

Bunker Hill

Bunker Hill is a district of Coos Bay, Oregon located in the south portion of Coos Bay, starting with the Newport Ave bridge near Fred Meyer and extending east to Isthmus Slough bridge and the Bunker Hill school. The 7-11 convenience store is the most populated area within Bunker Hill and tends to be a […]