Coos Bay Overview
Coos Bay Office:
1300 Airport Lane
North Bend, OR 97459
Email: Coos Bay
The Coos Bay District of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages 325,000 acres of public lands in the Coast Range of southwestern Oregon. BLM is committed to a multiple-use approach to managing your public lands. Major programs include forestry, recreation, and fish and wildlife habitat management.
Attractions and Recreation Opportunities
From the Siuslaw River to the California border, the Coos Bay District of the BLM offers a rich and diverse outdoor recreation resource for you to explore. Within the District's 300,000 acres of public land are 12 miles of coastline; 350 miles of fishable forest streams; 700 acres of coastal marshlands and estuaries; and over 1,500 miles of forest roads and trails.
Cape Blanco Lighthouse
Cape Blanco Lighthouse, first operational on December 20, 1870, is the southernmost lighthouse in Oregon and holds at least four Oregon records: oldest continuously operating light, most westerly, highest above the sea (245 feet), and Oregon's first woman lighthouse keeper.
Visitor hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (gates close and lock at 3:30). Guided tours through the lighthouse are offered April through October, Tuesday through Sunday. Tours are subject to cancellation due to weather.
Detailed Map of Coos Bay
To better visualize the extent of our District and the public lands we manage, look at this detailed map that shows major public lands, major roads and the boundary of both our District and Resource Areas.