Walks: Coos

Walks in Coos county, Oregon

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Below are all 100 Steps options starting with the newest additions. You can learn about terrain, distance, seating, and more when you choose to view an individual walk.

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Bandon Marina

Most visitors to Bandon spend time at the opulent, art-laden Bandon Boardwalk.  Unless docking there though, its Port of Bandon cousin just around the corner, the Bandon Marina, is a drive by rather than a stop. The Bandon Marina rests within a broad bend of… 

Devils Kitchen

An online search provided inconclusive results, the text vague and photo subjects inconsistent. Wikipedia led me to an undefined page. Google Maps provided a pin that seemed wrong, so I spent more time looking. A city of Bandon map finally convinced me of the location… 

Mingus Park

If you’re in the vicinity of Coos Bay or North Bend and have an inkling for a pond-in-the-park experience – that being walking and picnicking near water lilies and friendly ducks – then you can stop at Mingus Park. Offering both a loop trail around… 

North Bend Boardwalk

North Bend Boardwalk is an array of contrasts. A patterned cement walkway lined with manicured planters containing drought-tolerant plant choices makes it obvious this boardwalk was planned in the 21st century. Yet nearby, timber is hoisted onto ships by huge cranes swinging palettes of 20… 

Coos Bay Boardwalk

Reviewing the photos of the Coos Bay Boardwalk, it appears a serene, idyllic river setting.  It was a beautiful sunny day when we stopped, with only a light breeze.  The blue water was almost glassy, sparkling in the sunshine.  Puffy clouds dotted the air; classy… 

Bandon South Jetty County Park

A charming, bustling duck and goose pond and a cross-river view of the Coquille River lighthouse are sights en route to Bandon South Jetty County Park.  Once there, the man-made jetty, a hooting mechanical light beacon, a panoramic expanse of ocean, as well as views…