Communities

Coos Bay

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Coos Bay is the largest city on the Oregon Coast. It boasts beautiful parks, beaches, and forests, as well as unique restaurants and coffee shops. Coos Bay is home to Shore Acres State Park, where you can go to see beautiful flowers, crashing waves, or the brilliant light display at Christmas time. Coos Bay has something for everyone!

North Bend

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In North Bend, you might want to spend your day shopping at the large indoor mall, go see a show at The Liberty Theatre, or get a cup of coffee from one of its numerous coffee shops and stands. North Bend is also home to the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport.

Bandon

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Bandon's numerous activities and rich history make it a wonderful place to visit or find your dream home. As the Cranberry Capital of Oregon, Bandon offers many unique cranberry treats for you to enjoy. While you're in town, make sure to visit the shops in the Old Town district, walk along Face Rock Beach, or golf at the Bandon Dunes.

Coquille

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 Are you looking for a quaint town with a strong sense of community? Coquille might be the place for you! Restaurants, a library, and an impressive pool with a lazy river and water slide are just a few of the gems you'll find in this beautiful small town.  

Reedsport

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 If you love the outdoors, Reedsport may be just the town you're looking for. In addition to its large fishing port, Reedsport is close to more than fifteen lakes. There are many outdoor activities to take advantage of, including hiking, biking, and boating. 

Myrtle Point

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 Because of its fascinating and rich history, it's no wonder that Myrtle Point has many beautiful, historic homes and buildings. The Coos County Fair takes place in Myrtle Point, as well as various community events. Myrtle Point is the perfect place to go if you're looking for a family-friendly, community-centered town with a rich history. 

Lakeside

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Lakeside is a beautiful, small town perfect for hiking, camping, exploring the dunes, and fishing.  Lakeside has multiple community activities available, including the Crawdad Festival, Free Fishing Day, and Lakeside Independence Day Celebration. 

Port Orford

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Port Orford is the Oregon Coast's oldest town and is the perfect place to go to enjoy the quiet beauty of nature, as well as art galleries featuring pieces from local artists. If you visit Port Orford's natural harbor, you will also see a "dolly dock" - one of two in the US!

Allegany

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If a quiet, small town is what you're looking for, then look no further! Allegany, a part of Coos County, is found at one end of the Millicoma River. The community is also bordered by the Elliott State Forest.  Allegany is the perfect place to go to truly enjoy Oregon's beauty in peaceful seclusion while still being a part of a community.