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The Weather in Bandon
This is the climate diagram in Bandon. On average, the warmest month is August. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 39°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
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Set on the tranquil Coquille River on the Southern Oregon Coast, Bandon is the quintessential American small town with big city appeal. You can sip, savor, shop, or soak in the great outdoors with a cozy vacation rental as your base.
Bandon's cultural side
A stroll through Bandon's historic business district and Old Town will take you past ten blocks of art galleries, public art displays, indie boutiques, and local cafes. The pedestrian-friendly boardwalk, meanwhile, is perfect to watch sunbathing seals on the marina. Hard to miss is the Coquille River Lighthouse, first lit in 1896 to guide seafarers past shifting sandbars.
For art installations and marine educational programs, check out 'Washed Ashore Art to Save the Sea' in the Harbortown Events Center. If you're visiting during fall, don't miss the annual Bandon Cranberry Festival.
Bandon's public beaches are safe and suited to family picnics. The kids will also love the Bandon Marsh and Ni-les’tun wildlife refuges where migratory birds are spotted. Plan a day out at the Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint Park equipped with picnic tables and a trail down to the sea where kids can build sand castles and splash in tide pools. Close to 300 bird species frequent the area.
Finally, don't forget to treat the kids to some delicious drinking chocolate and caramels at Coastal Mist Fine Chocolates and Desserts.
A popular storm-watching destination, Bandon offers scenic lookouts to approaching squalls over the Oregon coast. Anglers will love Bandon for its fishing, clamming, and bay crabbing opportunities.
Bikers in particular will enjoy traversing through South-western Oregon’s first scenic bikeway which is just 25 miles south of Bandon. It weaves through wildlife reserves, beaches, parks, and lush woods, as well as historic landmarks like the Port Orford Coast Guard Museum and the atmospheric Cape Blanco Lighthouse. The Elk River fish hatchery is worth a stop too.
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