Places to Stay in Agness, Oregon

From oceanside hotels and rental beach cabins to coastal yurts and tent camping, there’s a place to lay your head at the Coast.

Bay Point Landing, Coos Bay, by Jeremy Fenske

From oceanside hotels and rental beach cabins to coastal yurts and tent camping, there’s a place to lay your head at the Coast.

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Cougar Lane Lodge

Cougar Lane Lodge is a remote river-front lodge in Agness. It overlooks the Wild & Scenic Rogue River, which offers summer fun, winter solitude, and year-round fishing. The lodge’s restaurant and bar is open May – October, during which time...

04219 Agness Road
Agness, OR

(541) 247-7233
Email us (info[at]cougarlane[dot]com)

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Paradise Lodge & Half Moon Bar Lodge

The lodge offers an exciting destination for your family reunion, outdoor destination wedding venue and corporate or religious retreats. This wilderness setting with its spectacular scenic views lends itself to introspection, brainstorming meetings and memorable occasions full of spirited fun....

Located 52 miles up the Rogue River from the Oregon coast.
Agness, OR

541-843-2822
Email us (reservations[at]paradise-lodge[dot]com)

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Agness RV Park

Located on the beautiful Rogue River in Agness Oregon the Agness Rogue River RV Park is a full-service campground and modern RV resort. It is located in a quiet setting on the bank of the Rogue River with 1000 feet...

04215 Agness Road
Agness, OR

541-247-2813
Email us (info[at]agnessrvpark[dot]com)

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Singing Springs Resort

Welcome to Singing Springs Resort, a Rogue River Lodge located in Agness, Oregon just 5 miles downstream from Foster Bar which is the end of the Wild and Scenic section of the Rogue River. Your hike, float, or raft trip...

34501 Agness-Illahe Road
Agness, OR

541-247-6162
Email us (singingsprings2002[at]yahoo[dot]com)

Trip Ideas & Itineraries

Unique Lodgings on the Southern Oregon Coast

More than a Stay, It’s an Experience When it comes to vacationing on the Southern Oregon Coast, get ready for an amazing adventure filled with unique and extraordinary accommodations. From enchanting treehouses tucked away in lush forests to breathtaking lookouts...

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3 Spring Break Trips on the South Coast

Take the whole family on a trip this spring break along the rugged shorelines of Oregon's Southern Coast. Historic towns like Coos Bay, Gold Beach and Brookings are perfect base camps to settle in and explore. Take your time and discover why families love this corner of the state in the springtime. Here are some of our favorite uncrowded beaches, places to see migrating whales, and mile after mile of breathtaking dune and forest adventures.

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Getting Away in Winchester Bay

With one of the tallest sand dunes in Oregon, exceptional crabbing, a classic Oregon lighthouse and forested trails galore, Winchester Bay has all the ingredients for a memorable coastal escape.

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Warm and Cozy Eateries with Fireplaces

After a brisk winter stroll on the beach nothing hits the spot like a roaring fire, especially if there’s something tasty to nibble or sip as you settle in for some quality time with family or friends. From cozy cafes to upscale dining, we’ve rounded up a list of inviting places to revive and refresh on Oregon’s South Coast.

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A Restorative Romantic Getaway in Bandon

Sometimes you have to get away from it all to get back to what matters. Hugging the rugged, rocky cape where the Coquille River meets the Pacific Ocean, Bandon on the Southern Oregon Coast is definitely off the beaten path — but not so far off you can’t enjoy award-winning locally made cheeses, craft brews or world-class golf. A perfect place, in other words, to disconnect from the daily grind for some quality time with the person you care about most.

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5 Ways to Cool Off on Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston

It’s high summertime in Oregon, which means it’s time to head out and enjoy the bounty of the state during its sunniest season. But summertime in Oregon also means something else. It’s hot. But there is relief — and beauty, adventure and fun — to be found on the Southern Oregon Coast in Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston. Home to pristine Pacific beaches, swimming holes galore and tasty summertime treats, this part of the Southern Oregon Coast makes a great destination for anyone looking to turn down the summer heat while enjoying a little slice of paradise.

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If fairies exist, this is absolutely the best place to find one.

Photo: Wildspring Guest Habitat, Port Orford
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