Bandon and the South Coast in 1, 2 or 3 Days

Bandon is the quintessential Oregon Coast destination, with enough of all of these things to keep you busy for a week just to hit the highlights. If you have less time than that, let this be your guide to making the most of your time in this South Coast town.

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Bandon

If you like quintessential beach towns, Bandon is your place.

Come for the incredible ocean vistas, charming stores and restaurants, historic lighthouse and thriving art community. But stay for the many outdoor activities, from fishing, hiking and kayaking on the Wild Rivers Coast to golfing at world-famous resorts. Maybe you’ll even take a farm tour and learn why Bandon’s nickname is the “Cranberry Capital of Oregon.”

Trip Ideas

  • How to Play in Bandon
    We can all use a little Bandon action. Ocean beaches? Check. Watersports? Check. Forests and fresh air? The natural wealth surrounding this relaxed river and beachfront burg (pop. 3,200) swirls rich in pulse-raising, calorie-zapping fun...
    Michael H. Kew, Guest Author
  • Road Trip: Bandon
    Just when you think you know the Oregon Coast, you think again. Take the South Coast, for example. Less trafficked than the north, the rugged southern region has a charm all its own — friendly little...
  • 5 Ways for Families to Unplug in Bandon
    Ready for a time-out from your frenetic pace? You’re ready for Bandon. For families looking to reconnect with one another the old-fashioned way — you know, face to face — there’s no better place to...
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Where is there good berry picking in the Bandon area?

The South Coast is one of the best places to U-pick blueberries, with the prime location being Langlois, just south of Bandon and north of Port Orford. There are a couple of family-run farms just off Highway 101 that mark their location with signs. Look for Jensen’s, which is organic. Berrying usually is at its height in August,…

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