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Shore Acres Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Visitor Center/Gift Shop at Shore Acres State Park (bobcat)
Parking at Shore Acres State Park (bobcat)
  • Latitude: 43.3242
  • Longitude: -124.3859
  • Maps: Oregon Hikers Maps Google Maps
  • Elevation: 65 feet
  • Driving Time: 25 minutes from North Bend/Coos Bay

Contents

Hikes starting here

Fees, Regulations, Facilities

  • $5 day use fee
  • Restrooms, picnic area, botanical gardens
  • NO dogs at Shore Acres State Park
  • Campground at Sunset Bay State Park
  • Open 8:00 a.m. to dusk

Driving Directions

From Coos Bay:

From the center of Coos Bay, drive north on Highway 101 about two miles to the traffic light at Newmark Avenue.

Turn left here for Charleston and State Parks, and proceed 2.9 miles. The road makes a sharp left bend for Highway 540W, Sunset Bay State Park, and Shore Acres State Park, and becomes S. Empire Boulevard (Cape Arago Highway).

Drive 9.0 miles, crossing the South Slough and passing through Charleston. You’ll pass turnoffs for parking areas and the campground at Sunset Bay before turning right for Shore Acres State Park.

Proceed 0.1 miles to an entrance kiosk and pay the day use fee; then keep straight for the large parking area.

From North Bend:

In North Bend, travel south from where Highway 101 splits, and continue 1.4 miles on Sherman Avenue.

Turn right on Newmark Avenue for Charleston and State Parks, and proceed 2.7 miles. The road makes a sharp left bend for Highway 540W, Sunset Bay State Park, and Shore Acres State Park, and becomes S. Empire Boulevard (Cape Arago Highway).

Drive 9.0 miles, crossing the South Slough and passing through Charleston. You’ll pass turnoffs for parking areas and the campground at Sunset Bay before turning right for Shore Acres State Park.

Proceed 0.1 miles to an entrance kiosk and pay the day use fee; then keep straight for the large parking area.


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