Discover All Bandon Has to Offer
Bandon (or Bandon-by-the-Sea) is a charming coastal town with plenty of things to see and do:
Browse the Old Town Shops for art, gifts, and more.
See the cranberry bogs.
Help carve circles in the sand with local artist Denny Dyke.
Hire a charter boat for sport fishing and whale watching.
Visit the West Coast Game Park and interact with all sorts of animals, from goats to tigers.
Cheese lovers won't want to miss the tours and samples at Face Rock Creamery.
Go horseback riding on the beach with Bandon Beach Riding Stables.
Hunt agates on the beach.
Explore the Bandon Historical Museum, aka the best little museum in Oregon.
Crabbing, Fishing and More
Get Out on the Water
Bandon is located at the junction of the Coquille RIver and the Pacific Ocean, making it a paradise for water activities. A few things you can do:
Go deep-sea fishing in a charter boat. They'll even fillet and vacuum pack your catch.
Try crabbing from the Old Town dock.
Explore rivers or the ocean from a boat or kayak.
When the weather turns bad, the storm watching gets good.
Take Your 18 Best Shots
The southern Oregon coast is home to top-notch golf courses, offering beautiful scenery and varied greens.
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is a world-famous destination with 5 separate 18-hole courses: Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes, Bandon Trails, Old Macdonald and Bandon Preserve.
The 18-hole course at Bandon Crossings was named a top new course by GOLF magazine. It offers carts and family packages.
Parks and Natural Areas
Explore the Great Outdoors
Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint is 1,000ft. and across the street from our office.
Just down the road from us, you'll find Kronenberg County Park, which boasts stunning ocean view. Not far is City Park, which has a 9-hole course for disc golf.
Bullards Beach State Park offers 4.5 miles of beaches, as well as the historic Coquille River Lighthouse. The hard-packed sand at this beach means you can even go mountain biking!
Across the river from Bullards Beach is the Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is home to shorebirds, raptors, otters, elk, and much more.
South of town is Bandon State Natural Area, with nearly 900 acres of dunes and beaches.