Welcome to Charleston, Oregon located in the prestigious Oregon’s Bay area. Whether you are just having a weekend getaway or an extended stay, Charleston is the place to go.
Charleston, a quaint fishing village, sits at the ocean entrance to the stunning Coos Bay, and has some of the most beautiful scenery in the Northwest. It is rich in history and a popular tourist area and the regulars and merchants are friendly and helpful. The cool breezes off the Pacific help to moderate Charleston’s weather throughout the year.
The sport enthusiast will have no problem finding fun things to do in Charleston. Due to its location on Coos Bay, Oregon's largest natural deep water port, Charleston is famous for its commercial and sport fishing with many fishing charter boats. There are also whale watching cruises to see Gray Whales, Humpback Whales, Orca or “Killer” whales. And if you are into crabbing or clamming, you will find ample places willing to help you from finding the best location to cleaning and cooking them for you. Charleston’s marina is bursting with activity and definite place to check out.
63534 Kingfisher Road - P.O. Box 5409
Charleston, OR 97420
Phone: (541) 888-2548
You will find no end of recreational activities gift shops, restaurants, in Charleston. There is also a theater and a brewery. Lodging is never a problem as there numerous RV parks, motels and rental homes in the area. In the Coos bay area are several state parks where you can hike, play golf, picnic, camp and more. Sunset Bay State Park (541) 888-3778
Shore Acres State Park (541) 888-3732
Cape Arago State Park 1-800-551-6949
For those of you who enjoy a relaxing time at the casino, you won’t be disappointed with Charleston’s The Mill Casino. Whether you like slots, blackjack, craps or roulette, The Mill has them all. You might even want to join the Millionaire’s club and avail of their many perks.
The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park
3201 Tremont Avenue
North Bend, OR 97459
Toll-free / 800.953.4800
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