At Honey Bear by the Sea you’ll enjoy our endless and always changing activities here in the resort and throughout Southern Oregon’s Wild Coast.
Inside Our Park
Enjoy board games, puzzles and poker at our designated tables.
Cub’s playland with swings, slides, jungle gym, and tetherball.
Numerous hiking and biking trail’s for all levels of experience.
Enjoy some campfire fun. S’more stuff available inside Bear’s Country Store!
Feel free to take a book or leave a book at our lending library.
Enjoy our horseshoe pits, basketball hoops, and our large open meadow for an afternoon football game or group get together.
Lounge around and just do nothing, just like the bears do.
Shoot a game of pool or play a round of foosball in The Bear’s Game Room.
Catch a great game on one of our big screen TVs (seasonal).
Stargaze with the clearest night skies on the Oregon coast.
Observe wildlife, such as our resident herd of elk, deer, otters, birds, and more.
Enjoy complementary berry picking: raspberry, marionberry, blueberry, and even huckleberry.
Mushroom hunting, lobsters, and chanterelle.
Experience the excitement of seasonal storm watching on Oregon’s wild coast.
Enjoy our open volleyball nets or shoot hoops at our basketball net (seasonal)! (Equipment provided at the Lodge)
Explore a photographer’s paradise.
Enjoy our seasonal blooms.
Shop in our eclectic country store.
Fly a kite in our expansive meadows or at the beach (kites available in Bear’s Country Store).
Relax by our multiple ponds, springs and creeks.
Worship, your way, at our wayside prayer sanctuary.
Stroll our private trail to the beach. (Bring your dog!)
Outside Our Park
Rogue River Jet Boats
Beach combing for shells, driftwood, agates and other treasures pushed up by the sea
Crabbing and Clamming
Sport-fishing or kayaking on the Rogue River
Ocean sport-fishing for Tuna, and rockfish
World famous Rogue River Salmon and Steelhead fishing
Visit Arch Rock a local historic monument
Take a day trip to shop Coos Bay
Explore and fish Smith River, Hunters Creek, Pistol River, Chetco River
Unlimited trail heads for all of your hiking and cross country cycling needs
Visit the Prehistoric Gardens
Explore Gold Beach’s eclectic shops
Visit the largest bookstore on the pacific coast
Enjoy our annual county fair
Ride your bicycle up the historic 101 Oregon Coast Bike Route
Miles of spectacular uncrowded beaches to walk
Trails? Yea, We Got Trails
Just wanting a lazy walk, stroll our meadows. Or maybe you are looking for something a bit more active? Try Cape Sebastian Trail, Otter Point Trail or Meyers Beach to Pistol River. Maybe a beach walk is more your speed? Check out our miles of uncrowded beaches just a short walk down our private beach access trail. Yes, dogs are always welcome.
Just as Oregon’s early settlers relied on their horses, so we now have our bikes — sturdy, faithful companions that are ready and willing to accompany us on every one of our adventures around the state. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a lean, mean road warrior; a low-key city cruiser; a laid-back stump jumper; or an elbow-to-elbow cyclocrosser; Oregon has something awesome for you to do while perched on top of two wheels. Here’s a crash course (well, not a literal crash) in everything you need to know to get pedaling.
The daffodils are up, the cherry trees are blossoming and spring is in the air. The air is also full of birds migrating and nesting across the state of Oregon. Whether you’re a beginning birder or well-weathered friend of the feathered, you’ll enjoy these and other birding events in Oregon.
The road from Portland to Pendleton is 200+ miles of rich landscapes and adventure. Award-winning photographer Susan Seubert made the trek for the world-famous Pendleton Round-Up, one of the largest rodeo celebrations in the world. Held during the first full week of September each year since 1910, the Round-Up attracts thousands of people to the city of Pendleton in Eastern Oregon, where cowboys, craftspeople and Native American culture still thrive.