Message In A Bottle – Bandon Style

Ever dream of being stranded on a desert island and

finding a treasured Message in a Bottle?

This summer, Bandon will be sprinkled with unique, Bandon-themed bottles created by local artists.

Each bottle contains a positive, beach-themed message waiting to be discovered.

The bottles are yours to keep and can be brought into participating local businesses to claim a set of mini-lights. Insert the mini-lights into the bottle to create an even more beautiful and unique memory of your trip to Bandon!

As a bonus, Register Your Bottle to be eligible for random prize drawings

Read on to discover the best way to discover your bottled treasure!

Hints and Recommendations

  • Begin your hunt at public beach access points.
  • Look for Bottles above the high-tide line and below the beach embankment.
  • Search for Bottles every day, rain or shine!
  • Discover your Bottle when and wherever. Our Bottle Faeries hide bottles at random times and locations… not even we know.
  • Find new Bottles on the beach during daylight hours only. Our Faeries never come out at night!

Basic Guidelines and Instructions

  • Be mindful of delicate coastal flora and fauna. Be kind to the environment.
  • Register your Bottle to be eligible for random prize drawings.
  • Locate your bottle number on or near the bottom-of-the-bottle.
  • Collect only one bottle per person, per year.

Let Us Know What Have You Found?

Once you discover your “Message in a Bottle,” visit our Registration Page to let us know which bottle you have found.

Or, give us a call at 541-347-9616.

You can also register your bottle in person at the Bandon Chamber Visitors Center, 300 Second Street SE, Old Town Bandon. We’re open 7 days a week, 11AM-3PM.

Don’t Forget to Share a photo on Facebook, Instagram (@BandonOregon), and Twitter (@BandonOregon). Use tag #BandonMIAB.

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