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North Spit

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Bureau of Land Management
1300 Airport LN
North Bend, OR 97459



The North Spit of Coos Bay is a strip of land between the Pacific Ocean and the waters of Coos Bay. Watching commercial vessels is but one unique opportunity to be enjoyed on this industrialized, semi-wild peninsula. Respect for private lands and protection of endangered species habitat limit public access. Cross country vehicle travel is not allowed off of existing trails without written permission .

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Watch for the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Horsfall Beach sign, approximately one-half mile north of the green McCullough bridge outside North Bend, OR. on US Highway 101. Turn west (left if northbound, right if southbound on US 101) and follow the Transpacific Parkway. You'll cross railroad tracks near the Weyerhaeuser facility. Bear right and cross the second set of railroad tracks, then bear left past the Horsfall Beach turnoff. The boat ramp is approximately three and one-half miles farther. The Transpacific Parkway ends less than two miles past the boat ramp.

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