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WELCOME TO CHARLESTON


At the mouth of Coos Bay, just one mile inside the harbor entrance, lies the small fishing village of Charleston. With the safest bar on the Oregon Coast, Charleston is home to a large commercial fishing fleet and is one of the largest recreational boating centers on the coast. You can enjoy seafood in one of our fine restaurants, go charter fishing, rent tackle to fish or crab off the docks, or dig for clams. Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the docks and admire the various sea-going vessels. Only minutes away, visit "Sunset Bay", "Shore Acres", "Coos Head", or "Cape Arago."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLACES TO VISIT, THINGS TO DO...
Cape Arago State Park: Day use area. Spectacular view of the ocean and whale watching. Picnicking and hiking.
Shore Acres State Park: Day use area, Botanical Gardens, rugged shoreline, sandstone bluffs, picnicking, hiking and a covered observatory. A photographers paradise.
Sunset Bay State Park: Swimming, tidepools, boat landing, bathhouse, picnicking, camping, and a nine hole golf course.
Mussel Point: A well kept secret of the Charleston area.
Bastendorf Beach County Park: Located on the bluffs above the beach, the park overlooks the bar. Camping, picnicking and a playground for the kids.
Coast Guard Lifeboat Station: Tours: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. weekends and holidays. Call ahead.
Small Boat Basin: Boat launch, camping, Portside Restaurant and Lounge. Charters available for deep sea fishing. Clam digging in front of the Portside. Crabbing and fishing from the docks.
Charleston Marina Complex: RV Park (541) 888-9512. 120+ hookups, security, play area, showers, dump station, crab cooking facility. Marina daily, monthly and annual moorage rates, 6 lane launch ramp (handicap access, fuel dock, marine supplies, restrooms, showers, laundromat 541-888-2548).
South Slough Sanctuary: A 4,400 acre sanctuary, preserving freshwater and saltwater marshes, an island covered with climax forest, numerous species of plants and animals. Hiking trails and a canoe launch re also located at the sanctuary.
Oregon Dunes: The Southern Oregon Coast provides many opportunities for outdoor recreation

 
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