Alder Acres
Attractions

Unique Attractions in a Unique Location

From dramatic shores with massive sand dunes and spectacular sunsets to a region full of museums, golf, and bird watching, Coos Bay offers the ideal environment for adventure.

Whale Watching at Shore Acres State Park

Perched on craggy sandstone cliffs high above the ocean, you’ll encounter formal gardens and a view of a secluded ocean cove, as well as rugged seascapes, furious storm waves, and migrating whales from December through June.

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Cape Arago

Used for centuries by Native Americans, this scenic headland juts out into the Pacific Ocean.  Modern visitors can scan the horizon for migrating whales and other marine mammals, as well as fishing boats and ships entering and leaving Coos Bay.

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Mingus Park in downtown Coos Bay

Stroll through the arboretum and the Japanese gardens.  Have fun in the skate park, the tennis court, and the baseball field.  Two children’s playgrounds.  Feed the ducks!

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Remember Real Newspapers at the Marshfield Sun Printing Museum

Discover how newspapers were created before TV and the internet.  Fascinating and Free!

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Oregon Coast Historical Railway

Choo-Choo!  All Aboard!  Vintage locomotives and railcars delve into the history of trains and logging on the Oregon Coast.  A ‘must-see’ for history buffs!

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Coos Art Museum

The CAM offers art for all! Maritime works and 21st century abstracts are specialties

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The Mill Casino

Owned and operated by the Coquille Indian Tribe, the Mill Casino in nearby North Bend offers slots, sports betting, table games, a Players Club, entertainment, dining, and bars in lavish surroundings overlooking Coos Bay.

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Touch Tidepool Creatures at the Marine Life Center

Discover five different coastal ecosystems, undersea volcanoes, sea lion skeletons, and ever so much more.

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Kayaking in South Slough Estuarine Reserve

Tour the South Slough of the Coos River by kayak to see  Bald Eagles, Osprey, Great Blue Herons, Brown Pelicans, Egrets, and Belted Kingfishers as well as harbor seals and sea lions.

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Sunset Bay Golf Course

A fun 12-hole public golf course that meanders down a natural valley setting and utilizes the landscape and water hazards. You’ll enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, junior rates, and casual dress code.

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ATV and horseback riding on the Oregon Dunes

Wind-sculpted dunes tower 500 feet above sea level! The Dunes offer unique opportunities for ATV riding, hiking, photography, horseback riding, plus fishing and canoeing in the lakes and ocean.

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Shopping, Movies & Restaurants at Pony Village Mall

Serving Coos Bay and North Bend for more than 50 years with 57 stores, the Pony Village Cinema, and plenty of restaurants. Acres of free parking.  Shop ’til you drop!

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RV Park — Vehicle & Boat Storage — MH Community

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Call (541) 919-5166