Oregon’s Bay Area, consisting of Coos Bay, North Bend, and Charleston, is a truly unique community. Located on the Southern Oregon Coast, home to some of the most spectacular beaches and sand dunes in the world, Oregon’s Bay Area has become a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and retirees to experience living in the unspoiled beauty that surrounds us and is the perfect nest for young families to grow.
The Bay Area business community accentuates individuality and character while the retailers strike a balance between distinctively local shops and nationally known chains.
So whether you’re a first time visitor, prospective new resident or business owner considering relocation, once you come here, you’ll never want to leave.
For more information, visitors can stop into the Coos Bay Visitor Information Center located at 50 Central Avenue in Coos Bay.
Ancestors of the Coquille Indian Tribe flourished in Southwestern Oregon for thousands of years, roaming a homeland that stretched across more than 1 million acres. Uprooted and nearly erased in the 19th century, the Coquille people clung to their tribal...
Stop in for information on all the things you can see and do in the Coos Bay, North Bend, and Charleston, Oregon area. The Coos Bay Visitor Information Center is managed by the Coos Bay-North Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau.