Whisky Run Mountain Biking Trails - Now open for riding! The new Coos County Forest mountain bike trails network just north of Bandon! 10 miles of dedicated purpose-built mountain bike trails for all ages and abilities. See press release here. See MtbProject maps of trails here. To get there go 9.5 miles north on Hwy 101 from Bandon to West Beaver Hill Road, then go 1.5 miles northwest to Whiskey Run road, then go left (west) approx. 0.5 mile downhill to large gravel parking lot on the right (north side) with sign/map of trails at the trailhead. There are currently two other access points to the trails: One is further west on Whiskey Run road, the other further north on West Beaver Hill Road.
Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway - Officially designated by the State of Oregon in June 2015, this Scenic Bikeway starts and finishes in Port Orford, which is just 25 miles south of Bandon. From the wild and scenic Elk River, to Cape Blanco, Paradise Point, Garrison Lake, and Port Orford Heads, this 60 mile ride offers a wide variety of beauty. See the Map and Cue Sheet Here
Visit the Two Wheel Oregon website and plan your next ride! Two Wheel Oregon is slowly expanding its' maps and road ride descriptions to cover areas beyond the south coast as time may permit for periodic updates.
Oregon Coast Trail - North Bend to Bandon - On and off the beach!
Oregon Coast Trail on the beach from Bandon to Port Orford - Ride the beach!
Oregon State Map showing beach driving access legend on left side of map - Large PDF Map - and this link to OAR's detailing by exactly where motorized access on beach is and is not allowed, listed by county north to south.