Bandon Beach Vacation Rentals

Address: 54515 Beach Loop Rd, Bandon, Oregon, 97411-8840, United States | Rental
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        Travel Blogs from Bandon

        Under the Bridge

        A travel blog entry by rippleffect on Apr 19, 2015

        2 comments, 23 photos

        ... her supernatural abilities. What can I say...I am simply more intrigued with her chaos than her psychic powers. We drive over the bridge, I ask her what time the talk is: "4pm". The clock in my car reads 3.40pm but it's been one hour behind time since day light savings and 15minutes behind since I've had the car. I tell her this; she doesn't believe me. Just like that my heart becomes warm to her in all her psychic glory. I drop ...

        Bend to Bandon!

        A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Sep 12, 2014

        12 photos

        ... station attendant outside near the gas pumps. No tipping, just pumping gas.

        Anyway, got to Bandon Dunes which is a golfer's mecca. Bandon Dunes is the #1 golf resort in the country according to Golf Digest. Beautiful course and as Dick says, very challenging and in need of water. Lots of brown grass although we saw a lot of sprinkler heads on our walk around the property. No, Dick did not play golf. Back hurting and golf game, too.

        As a non-golfer, Bandon Dunes ...

        Mecca Mulligan

        A travel blog entry by scottjmurray on Jun 08, 2014

        6 photos

        ... that had decent chowdah.

        Caught up on some RV chores and laundry and was ready to go early the morning of departure. I was thinking of staying in Portland for a few nights, but after some research, the parks that are close to downtown are on the airport runway so not a good choice for sleeping. I decided to head for the hills or the mountain (Hood) as they call it in Oregon.

        Day 22

        A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Sep 17, 2013

        6 photos

        ... main industry is Lumber and Fishing and the rivers we crossed were beautiful. After about two hours travel we stopped at a town called Bandon by the Sea. We were there over an hour and while small, it was very interesting with very quaint shops. It was a lovely little town and one wonders how it survives with the number of sweet shops and arty type shops around.

        Oregon is apparently littered with light houses (not all working) but Bandon has one and we ...

        Ashland report

        A travel blog entry by ocohen on Aug 25, 2013

        ... Not on the way to anywhere, but not all that inconvenient.

        - There are the festivals that bring a constant stream of people to town (the Shakespeare festival is famous, and runs for about 7 months each year, but there are also film festivals, wine festivals, chocolate festivals, and a competition for
        new plays ( the winning submission gets ...