Coquille Point Condominiums
877 & 879
Portland Ave. SW
Rick & Marilyn Grout
P.O. Box 1281
Bandon, OR 97411
Coquille Point Condominiums. (Vacation Rental). These newly constructed, fully furnished condominiums are on the Coquille Point headlands just south of the Jetty and west of Olde Town Bandon. Located on the Pacific side of scenic Beach Loop Drive and adjacent to the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge viewing area, the property offers panoramic views of the rock islands and the Pacific Ocean. For additional information: Phone Rick or Marilyn at 541-347-1686.
Whatever your interests, Bandon has something to offer:
World-class Bandon Beach Dunes and Pacific Dunes Golf Courses are a 15 minute drive away.
Old Town Bandon offers quaint shops, a modern public crabbing pier and boat launch, and a variety of dining options.
Bandon Marsh Wildlife Refuge and Natural Area provides easy access and study of the estuary ecosystem, whether on foot or in a sea kayak trip up the Coquille River.
Try some of the best windsurfing on the Oregon coast just out the front door, or hike or mountain bike on some of the many forest and beach trails nearby.
Take the kids for a visit to the West Coast Game Park with its walk-thru safari, just 7 miles south of Bandon on Hwy 101.
Outdoorsmen will find offshore salmon and steelhead fishing easily accessible nearby.
Jump in your car for the short drive to the Shore Acres State Park gardens, the South Slough Nature Preserve or waterfront Charleston fishing harbor.
And, of course, there is always the beach....
The Bandon area has a wide array of attractions to complement your beach stay, whether for a weekend, week or longer.
Coquille Point Condominiums are located on an 85-foot-elevation headland which includes a well-maintained trail to the beach. The stairway to the sea is just steps from the front door, and guests can have their feet in the sand and the surf in less time than it takes to put on your shoes and coat. Or a few steps in a different direction could take you to a sunset view from the nature trail at Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge.