Purpose built mountain biking trail system in the Coos County Forest. Trails for all levels of riders, from family friendly/beginner areas at The Snag to advanced jump lines and Double Black hand-built fall-line trails. This system is constantly expanding so be sure to keep coming back for more! Click the link for more info
Bandon’s Old Town is 10 square blocks of shopping, dining, history, art, culture, and outdoor recreation. Spend an hour, or a day, exploring our historic business district on the Coquille River waterfront. Old Town is a great place to start a ride with public restrooms and a self-service bike repair station. Click the link for more
Coquille Point is a headland viewpoint of tidepools and sea stacks, home to thousands of marine mammals and seabirds. With paved paths and benches with great views, it makes for a beautiful mid ride rest stop, take the kids on an afternoon ride, or enjoy a sunset on an evening spin.
Devils Kitchen is another great ride stop when cycling around Bandon. With a seemingly endless ocean view, great beach, restrooms, and a wooded picnic area.
Bullards Beach is a large, family-oriented park located at the mouth of the Coquille River, two miles north of Bandon. Bullards Beach State Park offers camping, fishing, day-use areas, beach and river access, and is a great place for a bike ride both paved and beach.
Located just a quarter mile from one of Bandon’s most beautiful beaches is Bandon City Park. The park is home to many integral parts of life and fun in Bandon. City Park makes for a great bike ride offering restrooms, playgrounds, ball fields, BMX pump track, disc golf , and more!
Bandon’s South Jetty is located 1 mile west of Old Town at the mouth of the Coquille River. The South Jetty offers easy beach access, restrooms, and great views of the Coquille River Lighthouse.
There is an American Indian legend about this spot. Some say they hear a maiden's voice in the wind, and standing on a cliff overlooking the ocean, you can easily pick out the face on Face Rock. There is a well-kept trail to the beach, and several rocky intertidal areas to explore at low tide. Face Rock is located on the highly used by bicycles, Beach Loop Drive.
This memorial is dedicated to the Nasomah Indians, who lived here for 3000 years. The Memorial is a great mid ride break location to learn a bit of local history. Also a great spot to get out of the wind on those afternoon summer rides.