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.
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.
The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park
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The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park
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.
Vacasa - North Bend
Find the perfect home away from home at a Vacasa vacation rental in North Bend! Each Vacasa home is unique and amenities will vary, but many properties in this beautiful region have stunning views of Coos Bay, inland lakes, and the Pacific Ocean. Additionally, many Vacasa homes offer private hot tubs, full kitchens, fireplaces, WiFi, and pet-friendly policies. Enjoy a one-of-a-kind getaway with the peace of mind you'll only find when you stay with the Oregon Coast's leading property management firm! Visit Vacasa.com for detailed descriptions and photos of each property, along with customizable search and easy online booking.
16th Annual Mill-Luck Salmon Celebration
The Mill-Luck Salmon Celebration is a celebration of Native American and Coquille Tribal culture. Enjoy a free outdoor festival including Native vendors, canoe races, canoe exhibition and rides, Native drummers and dancers and so much more. Tribal elders will create fry bread delicacies and full Salmon meals will be available for purchase.Visit Website
Live Culture Coast – North Bend
North Bend is proud to be presenting DAY 1 of the first annual Live Culture Coast, a sensory celebration of fermentation, creativity and exploration that takes along the southernmost 135 miles of the Oregon Coast, from Reedsport to Brookings.
Friday, October 18: Redneck Wine Tasting and Bowling at North Bend Lanes. Sip Oregon-made wines and enjoy dinner from the grill (and strikes of course).
Live Culture Coast (October 18–27, 2019) isn’t a single event, but a menu 90-plus hands-on experiences focused on art, food, nature and adventure. Hosted by the makers, creators, and entrepreneurs of the Southern Oregon Coast, the experiences take place at shores, trails, farms, towns, restaurants, galleries, and businesses. Come for a long weekend or a week. Sign up for one experience or five. Learn more at Live Culture Coast website.
The celebration follows a choose-your-own-itinerary format: Forage for wild mushrooms with a farmer. Read roadside poetry or make a serigraph print. Learn about fermentation, cask ales, brewing or aromatic bitters. Ride a fat-tire bike on the beach. Hike with your five senses. Indulge in a lake-to-table meal.
Live Culture Coast also gives travelers easy ways to explore the best of the Southern Oregon Coast, including the Wild Rivers Coast Food Trail, and outdoor gems like the Oregon Coast Trail, the Whiskey Run Mountain Bike Trails, the Coquille River Water Trail, and the Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeways.
36th Annual Charleston Crab Feed
Don’t miss the opportunity to taste fresh ocean-caught Dungeness crab caught by local Charleston crabbers at the 36th annual Charleston Crab Feed.Visit Website