Old Tower House B&B

Address: 476 Newmark Ave, Coos Bay, Oregon, 97420, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 476 Newmark Ave, Coos Bay, is near Shore Acres State Park, Sunset Bay State Park, and Cape Arago Lighthouse.
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Travel Blogs from Coos Bay

Into the Fog

A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... read had a cute boardwalk and old town. We were lied to. The town was pretty rundown and the boardwalk was a small area along a river with nothing going on. We did, however, learn from the visitors center about a candy shop that had many samples and a botanic gardens near our campsite. So we sampled some of the local candy, which was awesome, and headed for the gardens. These turned out to be amazing. They had some of the more beautiful roses we had ever seen and were actually ...

Port Townsend to Coos Bay

A travel blog entry by robertjohncook1 on Jun 13, 2014

15 photos

... manicured lots. The WalMarts, BiRites and other big boxes dot the sides of the roadways connecting Charleston, North Bend and Coos Bay. The Coos Bay Art Gallery (in what once was an ornate government building) provides some relief with a high quality juried exhibition of "Western Artists" as well as a fibre arts display wthat has similarities to one visited recently in New Orleans. Back to the Edgewater for a snack, Jake's daily afternoon nap and some planning for ...

Day 22

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Sep 17, 2013

6 photos

... Even in early history, the tribes of the Yurok, Tolowa, Chilua and Hupa cultures have used fire to maintain the prairies and wood oaklands. These controlled burns enhance the health of the growth of acorns, hazelnuts, berries, grasses and bushes, providing food and materials for baskets, netting and string. Regular burning of the prairies helped to eliminate competing trees, such as the Douglas Fir and renewed prairie grasses, attracting deer and elk.

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Day 7

A travel blog entry by bridgetf on Sep 16, 2013

5 photos

... We think they were probably standing like stunned mullets in their house watching a 30ft Cruise America RV turning around in their yard! Back on the 101 and following our own noses we made it to the lighthouse. We had lunch and took photos then headed north again. We are staying tonight at the William Tugman State Park. It is a lovely spot with water and electric hook up for on $20. A vast difference in price from ...

Marine Mammals

A travel blog entry by twogosouth on Aug 10, 2013

4 photos

We have seen lots of marine animals on the trip and today I decided to learn a bit about them. Grey whale Yesterday we saw a grey whale whilst having lunch. All we could see was the spout and the back but it was still cool. Grey whales are forty five feet long and also forty five tonnes heavy. They feed up in Alaska until they swim all the way down to Baja (a country at the bottom of California to breed. Harbour seals We see ...