What’s Nearby

Historic Bridges

The Oregon Coast is famous for it’s historical bridges. Our McCullough Bridge is just one of the many coastal bridges designed by Conde B. McCullough. To see a list of all the wonderful historic bridges in our area, please visit the website.

Oregon Coast Lighthouses

The Oregon Coast is famous for its Lighthouses. We have some located both north and south of us. Don’t forget to check our store for postcards showing Oregon Coast Lighthouses: For a list of Oregon Lighthouses, please visit the website.

Covered Bridges

We have our very own covered bridges 1 – 2 hours from the rental store. Checkout the Oregon Covered Bridges website.

Hiking & Biking

Grab your hiking boots, or rent a bike and take in nature, on these trails. There are many levels of difficulty, so whatever your skill level, we think you’ll find a way to breathe in the fresh air and explore. Check out the Coos Trail System for an up close and personal Nature Experience.


Try out your new myrtle wood putters at the Watson Ranch Golf overlooking beautiful Coos Bay, located just a few miles down the road from the rental office.

Crabbing & Claming

There are a number of crabbing and clamming sites just a short drive from the campground. You may crab at the Empire boat dock, the Charleston docks, or from a boat. Bays, estuaries, beaches, tide pools, and jetties are open all year.

Deep Sea Fishing & Whale Watching

Betty Kay Charters offers fun and adventure on their 6 hour trips for deep sea fishing and whale watching. Captain Bill and Captain Kathi are ready to give you a memorable, fun fishing experience while teaching you about many species of wildlife.

West Coast Game Park

The original walk thru Safari, where visitors meet, pet, film, and walk among hundreds of free-roaming wildlife. Bandon is a scenic 45 minute drive from Steve’s ATV. Checkout what the historic town of Bandon has to offer.