Make a weekend out of it at the 38th Annual Crab Feed in Charleston, Oregon

Back again this year, come to Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston for a feast of delicious Dungeness crab! The Charleston Village is bringing more than 900 pounds of Oregon’s fresh Dungeness crab harvest to you at the 38th Annual Crab Feed, benefiting the Charleston Merchants Association. 

This event will be held on February 11th, 11am to 3pm at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, 63466 Boat Basin Road, Charleston, OR 97420, right across from the Charleston Marine Life Center in the Marina Complex. Map It.

Volunteers will serve whole or half, fresh crab dinners with side dishes, rolls, and a beverage. Take-out or Dine-in: Whole Crab Meal $35, Half Crab Meal $22, Hot Dog Meal $14. Add a dessert for the perfect Oregon Coast meal. Tickets for this event will be available at the door, but it’s recommended to buy them early, online

Best Storm Watching on the Oregon Coast

While you’re there, don’t miss some spectacular winter storm watching opportunities. If you’ve never been, now’s the time to come. You can experience the storied storms that have put this stretch of the Oregon Coast on the storm-watching map. Pack your raingear, boots, layers and binoculars. And don’t forget your camera.

Remember, the best storms don’t just happen anytime, make sure to check this Facebook page for High Surf advisories and other conditions that can fuel a signature big-wave storm.

On the right day, you’re bound to see some of the most incredible displays of the power and beauty of nature at the coast¾roiling ocean surf, whipping winds that’ll bend you sideways and waves that explode like fireworks.

Plan Your Trip Today 

The region’s three unique communities afford rich lodging, dining, sight-seeing and gaming venues.  As your day winds down, you can refuel and slumber, dreaming of the adventure you just had, and what tomorrow has in store. Visit Oregon’s Adventure Coast to find out even more about the best adventures on the entire Oregon Coast.



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