Obvious to those who live here, as well as to those who vacation here regularly, Bandon has again gained national recognition as one of best beach towns in America, boasting one of the best secluded beaches across the U.S.
Cranberries, wildlife, and Bandon’s natural beauty highlight Conde’ Nast Traveler magazine’s article on “Whale Sightings and Hikes on a Road Trip Along Oregon’s Wild Rivers Coast.” Day 3 of the road trip starts at Otter Point north of Gold Beach, and ends with an overnight stay in Bandon. Day 4 spotlights a morning in Old Town and biking at Whiskey Run before heading to Coos Bay for the afternoon and evening.
In its 2021 March/April publication, Northwest Travel & Life magazine invites you to “Unplug on the Oregon Coast” in “Bandon, Oregon, A Place to Recharge“. Highlighted are Bandon’s numerous beach hiking, birding, and browsing opportunities. Find a copy at your nearest newsstand, or for a quicker look at what Bandon has to offer, read their recent article online at “Find Your Bliss in Bandon, Oregon“.
AARP highlights Bandon State Natural Area on its list of “10 Top Picks for Secluded Beaches Across the U.S.” Described as a coastal gem with whimsical rock formations, AARP notes the area’s crashing waves, towering bluffs, and abundant wildlife.
For an idyllic stretch of sand and solitude as well as a host of amusements, Trips to Discover picks Bandon as one of “America’s 21 Best Beach Towns” as well as one of the “15 Charming Small Towns in Oregon You Need to Visit.” Noting its spectacular seaside beauty, the online platform calls Bandon a quintessential beachside destination.