Perched on Highway 101 between Bandon and Port Orford, Langlois has that blink-and-you’ll-miss-it feel.

But there’s plenty here to keep your eyes wide open for. Visitors love windy Floras Lake for kiteboarding and windsurfing. Cape Blanco State Park is a great spot for hiking, camping and touring an elegant lighthouse. Rent a fat bike in Bandon and tear up the coastline. Slather up and nosh on a world-famous hot dog at the Langlois Market.

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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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