Epic Storms are Brewing on Oregon’s Adventure Coast

 Come see them – and save 15% on lodging!

It’s storm watching season on Oregon’s Adventure Coast, and if you’ve never been, now’s the time to come.

Not only because you’re bound to see some of the most incredible displays of the power and beauty of nature at the coast – roiling ocean surf, whipping winds that’ll bend you sideways and waves that explode like fireworks – but also because you can save 15% on a two-night stay until February 28, 2022.

Singular storms

Thanks to a combination of geology, meteorology and just good fortune, Oregon’s Adventure Coast – which includes the cities of Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston – is a prime setting for winter storm watching. High seas swell and heave as powerful waves collide with the jagged sandstone cliffs of Charleston’s Shore Acres State Park. The resulting sprays of ocean foam and mist thrill onlookers, who can gaze upon the spectacle from the safety of the park’s designated viewing area and storm watching hut.

You can also catch stunning glimpses of our renowned winter storms from the bluff overlooking Bastendorff Beach and Sunset Bay State Park along Cape Arago Highway.

Storm watch for two days – save 15%

 So pack your raingear and boots, your layers and binoculars, and don’t forget your camera. The storms here can be works of art! Also, because the best storms don’t just happen anytime, make sure to check our Facebook page for High Surf advisories and other conditions that can fuel a signature big-wave storm. And when you’re done for the day, you’ll be glad to know that you can warm up, dry off and refuel at any of the great restaurants and pubs that Oregon’s Adventure Coast has to offer.

The icing on the cake? The 15% you’ll save when you stay for two nights of unforgettable storm watching in Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston – Oregon’s Adventure Coast!