HIGH TIDE CAFE - 541-888-3664 - 91124 CAPE ARAGO HWY, CHARLESTON, OR 97420 - ROCK FIREPLACE - BAY VIEW DINING - ENTERTAINMENT
The Tall Ships like the Hawaiian Chieftan, shown here, visit Oregon’s Bay Area twice a year and usually stay for a week or two giving boat rides, tours and staging mock battles with live cannon fire around the Bay.
The scenic Conde B. McCullough Memorial Bridge, formerly the Coos Bay Bridge, is a cantilever bridge that spans Coos Bay on U.S. Route 101 near North Bend, Oregon.
A view from the coastal hiking trails leading to Shore Acres State Park, just South of the High Tide Cafe Restaurant and Bar. There is a wonderful collection of trails, vistas and a fully enclosed whale/storm watching station.
The High Tide is near great vistas and beaches overlooking the Pacific, like this one at Shore Acres State Park
Sunset over Coos Bay as the marine research vessel, “Discovery” sails toward the Ocean.
Sunrise from the docks in North Bend, over-looking upper Coos Bay. Sunrises such as this are a regular occurrence in the area, and are only bested by the dramatic sunsets over the Bay or Pacific Ocean.
Beautiful beaches and views aplenty near by.
Fishing and crabbing spots abound, like this great spot at Sunset Bay, just South of the High Tide !
This was our second trip to the High Tide Cafe. Both times, we were very pleased with the service and the food quality. On our second visit, there was live music, which added a pleasant ambiance to the lunch experience.