Make The Mill Casino•Hotel & RV Park Your Entertainment Destination

Set in a picturesque location along the Coos Bay waterfront in North Bend, Oregon, The Mill Casino•Hotel & RV Park has become an entertainment destination on Oregon’s Southern Coast. Owned by the Coquille Indian Tribe, the historic mill facility shines as a gaming and hospitality center that has become a regular stop for coastal visitors and residents. The Mill Casino offers over 600 slots comfortably arranged on a gaming floor, which includes our smoke-free slots room. Sharing the room is a full selection of table games including Blackjack, Spanish 21, Fortune Pai Gow, Three Card Poker, craps and roulette. After hours, guests can enjoy the big game along with their favorite pub fare at Warehouse 101. Or relax with our signature martini in the smoke-free, bayside Whitecaps lounge.  

While conveniently located near The Mill’s gaming and dining attractions, The Mill Casino•Hotel offers a quiet refuge for guests to relax and enjoy their stay on Oregon’s Southern Coast. Stay in the seven-story tower with its pillow-top beds, contemporary décor and bay views from nearly every room, including the six luxury suites. Or stay in the lodge with its cozy Pacific Northwest style and bayside ambiance. Enjoy the indoor pool along with two hot tubs located on the bayside patio. The facility also houses a fitness room and business center.  

The Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston region is known as Oregon’s Adventure Coastfor good reason. There are ample opportunities here for fishing, crabbing, clamming and whale watching. Thanks to the mild climate of the South Coast, visitors can enjoy year-round outdoor recreation like hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, boating and ATV riding on the largest expanse of coastal sand dunes in North America. The natural contours of dunes, streams and coastal forest also make for beautiful golf courses, like the renowned Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, just South of The Mill Casino. 

For those looking for a scenic drive, the Charleston to Bandon Tour Route is a great introduction to the region. The 41-mile route showcases some great scenery, from the busy ports of Coos Bay and Charleston to rocky Pacific headlands, the Cape Arago Lighthouse, and the formal garden and Pacific grandeur of Shore Acres State Park. Along the way, take time to check out the area museums like the Coos History Museum, where you can learn more about the Coquille tribal heritage, and enjoy a stroll along uncrowded sandy beaches.  

You’ll soon understand why the welcoming people of this special place look forward to sharing the region’s natural beauty and friendliness of their community with you. 



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