411 N Bayshore Drive, Coos Bay, Oregon, 97420, United States | 2 star motel
Prices starting from $135.00

Travel Blogs from Coos Bay

Lighthouses, Sea Lions, & Sand Dunes

A travel blog entry by donnawild


We had a sleep-in morning today, after a few early morning starts the past few days. By the time we had breakfast at our hotel and headed out it was already after 10. Our first stop was at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse where we headed down to the ocean to play in the surf and sand. The sand is incredible and the kids slid and rolled down the sand …

The unofficial beginning of the journey

A travel blog entry by thedanes


A few weeks before starting out on our trip, we traveled to a Skinny Winnie Rally with traveling friends Dan and Jennifer. After the 3-day rally, we all headed to the Oregon coast and camped at a state park in the Coos Bay Area. The Oregon coast was beautiful, the weather was perfect, and we will now be able to say we went from coast to ...

Day 22

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption


... forest - almost half of what was left.

The Coast Redwood facts are that it is the World's tall trees and grows to nearly 380 feet. It may live to 2200 years. The average age of the trees are between 500 - 700 years. They have no known killing diseases and do not suffer significant damage by nature. These survive only in California and it got me wondering why they haven't grown in the mIlford area of NZ as that environment seems perfect.

These ...

Day 7

A travel blog entry by bridgetf


... to a working harbour! Dispite our reservation of last night, in the morning light the RV park was actually ok. Waking up to a fog on the water and a lighthouse in the distance was pretty cool. Micheal got a bit worried when he saw Katherine come out of the toilet/shower block, grab a stick and go back in. But turns out she had clogged the shower drain with sand and was trying to unblock it. Yeah right Katherine! We ...

Mills Casino and Rv

A travel blog entry by dolestrada

... tree trunks to be processed. We have also seen areas in the forest where trees have been harvested (is this what it is called?). Today in Coos Bay, we saw a huge mountain of wood chips, must be a company where wood chips are made. In North Bend we drove by a section of the bay that was covered with thousands of huge tree trunks. Today we also saw a train go by loaded with lumber, it was a very long ...

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This 2 star motel, located on 411 N Bayshore Drive, Coos Bay, is near Shore Acres State Park.
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