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The Weather in Coos Bay
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Coos Bay, with temperatures going under 39° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
Enjoy the sand dunes of Coos Bay with a vacation home
The jewel of the Southern Oregon Coast, Coos Bay has a little something for everyone: museums, settler stories, sand dunes, fresh crabs, and friendly locals. Seafront vacation homes and rentals are in plenty so choose yours now and relax in Coos Bay.
Coos Bay culture
Coos Bay will surprise you with its artsy, cultural side. Highly recommended is the Historic Walking Tour of Coos Bay which takes participants through fabulous landmarks such as the Egyptian Theater, which sports Egyptian Revival architecture. Look out for the Pat Hennessey House and Pioneer Cemetery. The downtown Farmers' Market, held every Wednesday, is a great way to meet locals and other travelers.
The Coos Art Museum's nifty collection comprizes contemporary American prints and Northwest art. Another must-visit is the waterfront Coos Historical and Maritime Museum New History Center – artifacts from the Coos and Coquille Indians’ culture await. The Oregon Coast Historic Railway Museum and Marshfield Sun Printing Museum will please American history enthusiasts.
Coos and the kids
Close to Coos Bay, along the Cape Arago highway, lies the Sunset Bay State Park with its tide pools, beaches, and camping grounds. Adjacent is the Shore Acres State Park, best-known for its tulips and daffodils, holiday-season lights, botanic gardens, and the winding paths to the seashore where hundreds of sealions bask. Kids will love the experience.
Day trippin' around Coos
Coos Bay's most obvious attraction is the 40-mile Oregon Dunes Recreational Area where some wind-sculpted dunes tower at 500 feet high. Amateur and seasoned drivers can rent an ATV and hit the sand trails and looming hills.
How about hunting Oregon’s official state crustacean, the fleshy Dungeness crab? Head down to the Charleston Boat Basin, get those crabs, and ask the folks at Fisherman’s Wharf to cook them up for you. Surfers, swimmers, kiters, and beachcombers should swing by Bastendorff Beach for a sampling of Oregon's majestic waves.
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