Getting to
Bandon

Grab a West Coast Flight

The nearest international airports are Portland (PDX), Medford (MFR) and San Francisco (SFO). Portland, Oregon, is approximately 250 north of Bandon, and drive time is four to five hours. Medford, Oregon, is approximately 165 miles southeast of Bandon, and drive time is about three hours. San Francisco, California, is approximately 450 miles south of Bandon, and drive time is eight to nine hours.

Eugene Airport (EUG) in Eugene, Oregon offers flights from multiple destinations with several airlines, including United, Delta, Alaska, and American Airlines. Eugene is a two and a half hour drive from Bandon, approximately 150 miles.

Southwestern Oregon Regional Airport (OTH) in North Bend offers commercial flights via United between San Francisco, CA, and Denver, CO. OTH is located 30 miles north of Bandon.

Bandon State Airport (BDY) in Bandon offers private and charter plane service.

Visit our Quick Look page for additional travel and transportation tips.

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Take a Scenic Drive

When you plan your drive to the Southern Oregon Coast, look forward to the memorable scenery along the way. Browse the suggested routes below.

Driving from Portland

Driving from Portland (Alt. Routes)

Driving from Eugene

Driving from Bend

Driving from Ashland

Driving from San Francisco

Driving from Boise

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