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    Agness

    Illahe Museum 
    34470 Agness Illahe Road
    Agness Oregon 97406
    phone: 541-247-2014

    Bandon

    Bandon Historical Society Museum 
    270 Fillmore & Hwy 101
    Bandon Oregon
    (541) 347-2164

    Sprague Community Theater 
    1202 11th St. SW

    Bandon City Park 
    Bandon, Oregon 97411
    541-347-8147

    Bandon Playhouse 
    phone: 541 457-3230 or 347-9881

    Bandon Showcase 
    email: tickets@bandonshowcase.org 

    West Coast Game Park 
    Over 450 animals & birds, 75 different species.
    46914 Hwy 101 So.,
    Bandon Oregon
    Open daily June 15th – Labor Day. 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Last admittance at 5:30 p.m.

    Coquille River Lighthouse 
    Located just north of Bandon Bullards Beach State Park
    May – open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June – October – open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. (Extended hours may apply)

    Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint

    1-800-551-6949

    Rogue River Wilderness 

    Rogue Wilderness Adventures 

    Girardet Wine Cellars & Vineyard
    Roseburg, Oregon 97470
    Phone 541.679.7252
    Fax 541.679.9502
    email: genuine@girardetwine.com
    Open: 11-5 daily.

    Powers Route 
    This 100-mile loop tour takes you through the country that made Oregon famous. From an ocean view at Gold Beach, the route travels to the small rural community of Powers. There is abundant wildlife, plus recreational opportunities, including whitewater rafting and boating, hiking along the Rogue River trail and excellent fishing.

    South Slough Estuarine Sanctuary Interpretive Center
    The South Slough watershed covers 19,000 acres. The area spans from steep ridges which divide the watershed and to the north it joins with the Coos watershed where it meets the Pacific ocean.

    Coos Bay

    Charleston Harbor / Seven Devils Loop
    A four mile loop tour includes the quaint fishing village of Charleston at the mouth of the Bay. You will be able to fish from a dock, engage in clamming or crabbing or take a charter boat. A short side trip west from Charleston will take you to Bastendorff Beach and Sunset Bay Parks. The trip also takes you to historic Shore Acres Gardens.

    Coos County Historical Society Museum
    1220 Sherman Avenue
    North Bend, Oregon 97549

    Golden and Silver Falls State Natural Area 
    Phone 1-800-551-6949

    On Broadway Theater & the On Broadway Thespians 
    The On Broadway Thespians, Inc. is a non-profit cultural organization In its short life, OBT has staged a staggering number of diverse productions, from current Broadway hits to relatively unknown scripts.
    226 S Broadway
    Coos Bay, Oregon 97420-1651
    Phone: 541- 269-2501 269-2720 or 800- 676-7563
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    Myrtle Point

    Coos County Logging Museum 
    Pictures, carvings and artifacts depicting the historical impact of the area logging industry.
    705 Maple Street
    Myrtle Point, Oregon
    phone: 541-572-1014
    Open June-September

    Coquille Valley Historical Society


    Coquille Myrtle Grove State Natural Site

    Phone: 1-800-551-6949

    Hoffman Memorial State Wayside 
    Phone: 1-800-551-6949

    North Bend

    Charleston Harbor / Seven Devils Loop 

    Cape Arago Lighthouse 

    Phone: 1-800-551-6949

    Shore Acres Historical Gardens State Park

    Phone: 1-800- 551-6949

    The Mill Casino • Hotel
    3201 Tremont Avenue
    North Bend, OR 97459
    email: themill@themillcasino.com 

    Port Orford

    Battle Rock City Park

    Located on the south end of Port Orford Battle Rock City Park offers a great beach for searching for sea creatures.

    Cape Blanco Lighthouse 
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
    Open April – October, Tuesday – Sunday

    Floras Lake 
    Floras Lake offers fresh water lake and an excellent environment for windsurfing.

    Patrick Hughes House 
    Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the Sixes River this stately Victorian has been restored to it’s 1898 allure.
    Open April – October – Tuesday – Sunday

    Port of Port Orford 
    Crab, cod, rock fish, salmon, sea urchin are some of the seasonal catches. Excellent location for cover diving, with magnificent view of the coast.

    Port Orford Lifeboat Station 
    Restored as an interpretive center dedicated to those who served from 1934 to 1970, the restoration process is an ongoing endeavor. Trails lead to Nellie’s Cove Port Orford Lifeboat Station Museum.
    Open April – October, Thursday – Monday

    Prehistoric Gardens 

    The Prehistoric Gardens offer an amazing tourist attraction that has captured the imaginations of young and old alike.
    36848 Hwy 101 South
    Port Orford, Oregon 97465
    Phone: 541-332-4463

    Reedsport

    Bolon Island Tideways State Scenic Corridor

    Hiking trails and a great view of the Umpqua River
    Phone: 1-800-551-6949

    Dean Creek Elk 

    On Highway 38 is the viewing area of an estimated 100-150 majestic Roosevelt Elk roaming the 1,000 acre preserve.

    Reedsport Skate Park 
    Located on Highway 101, Reedsport Skate Park is the largest skate park in Oregon. There are multiple skate parks along Highway 101 between Gold’s Beach and Reedsport/Winchester Bay.

    Umpqua Discovery Center

    The Umpqua Discovery Center is an educational and cultural resource for all ages. Interactive exhibits, things to do, and programs.
    409 Riverfront Way
    Reedsport, Oregon
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