Oregon Dreamers: 7 Devils Brewing Company

When Carmen Matthews and his wife, Annie Pollard, opened 7 Devils Brewing Company, he commissioned a stained glass panel in the taproom to immortalize a beloved spruce tree from Shore Acres State Park. Locals who walked in the door all noticed. “They all said, ‘That’s my tree!’” Matthews said. It’s that sense of community connection… More
: Will McPherson

Coos Bay

If you like to try new things, head to Coos Bay.

Here you can hike or camp along one of most scenic areas on the Oregon Coast, eat fresh takes on coastal cuisine and explore miles and miles of sand dunes — some reaching 500 feet high — at the southern entrance to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. Or get to know Coos Bay better by visiting the museums that tell its storied past. It’s all up to you.

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Arts & Culture in Coos Bay

Coos Art Museum
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Oregon Myrtlewood
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Shore Acres Holiday Lights
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Oregon Coast Music Festival
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Coos History Museum
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
A Local’s Guide to the Oregon Dunes
Reedsport, Oregon Coast
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Don't Miss Near Coos Bay

Charleston to Bandon Tour Route
South Coast Dunes and Estuaries
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Cape Arago Beach Loop
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Winter Fun on Oregon’s Adventure Coast
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Kayak Fishing on the South Coast
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
South Slough Estuary
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
The Mill Casino
North Bend, Oregon Coast
Downtown Coos Bay Salmon
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast

Tasty Detours Near Coos Bay

Blue Heron Bistro
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
7 Devils Brewing Co.
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Coney Station
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Ciccarelli’s Restaurant
North Bend, Oregon Coast
Coach House
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Black Market Gourmet Supper Club
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
Outdoor-In
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast
SharkBites Café
Coos Bay, Oregon Coast

Ask Oregon

What places on the Central and South Coast are wheelchair accessible?

Many of the top attractions and viewpoints on the Oregon Coast are wheelchair accessible. Here is a list of some of my favorite Central and South Coast areas that offer wheelchair accessibility: Depoe Bay Whale Watch Center: This is a facility operated by Oregon State Parks that is one of the best whale watching locations…

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