Best Trails Near Charleston OR

Charleston has 10 trails in the vicinity, including 6 hiking trails and 2 for campgrounds. These trails range from 0.8 to 57 miles in length. The longest trail in Charleston is Sunset Bay State Park to Humbug Mountain State Park a well-known trail measuring 57 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Cape Arago Shoreline Trail, Sunset Bay State Park to Humbug Mountain State Park and Cape Arago Coves Trail. Trails.com member Breck T. recently completed Cape Arago Coves Trail.

More information on the best trails in Charleston can be found below.
  • Cape Arago Pack Trail

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    Charleston, OR

    Meandering through oldgrowth forest east of Cape Arago, the pack trail follows an old wagon road that once led down to Whiskey Run Beach and Bandon. It was revived during World War II as an access ...
    •  2.25 miles
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    Meandering through oldgrowth forest east of Cape Arago, the pack trail follows an old wagon road that once led down to Whiskey ...

  • Charleston, OR

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    Charleston, OR

    Charleston and the nearby parks and beaches must rank among the most overlooked attractions on the Oregon coast, probably because they lie a few miles off U.S. 101. At Charleston are canneries, ...
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    Charleston and the nearby parks and beaches must rank among the most overlooked attractions on the Oregon coast, probably ...

  • Charleston Harbor, Seven Devils Loop

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    Charleston, OR

    A forty-mile drive through Charleston Harbor, into three magnificent coastal parks and an estuary. Travelers can expect warm summer days in the seventies and eighties and winters in the sixties ...
    •  40 miles
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    A forty-mile drive through Charleston Harbor, into three magnificent coastal parks and an estuary. Travelers can expect warm ...

  • Cape Arago Coves Trail

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    Charleston, OR

    The coves on the north and south sides of Cape Arago offer good opportunities year-round for watching coastal wildlife, from the tiny residents of tide pools to huge elephant seals. So good, ...
    •  0.8 miles
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    The coves on the north and south sides of Cape Arago offer good opportunities year-round for watching coastal wildlife, from ...

  • Cape Arago Shoreline Trail

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    Charleston, OR

    Cape Arago Shoreline Trail is a section of the Oregon Coast Trail between Sunset Bay and Cape Arago State Parks that makes an appealing and varied day hike; if possible, arrange a car shuttle ...
    •  3.5 miles
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    Cape Arago Shoreline Trail is a section of the Oregon Coast Trail between Sunset Bay and Cape Arago State Parks that makes ...

  • South Slough Trail

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    Charleston, OR

    South Slough is a finger of Coos Bay stretching south from Charleston. Considered by scientists to be a relatively complete estuarine system, it was the country’s first federally designated national ...
    •  6 miles
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    South Slough is a finger of Coos Bay stretching south from Charleston. Considered by scientists to be a relatively complete ...

  • Charleston Marina RV Park

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    Charleston, OR

    This port campground consists of numbered, paved sites paired with gravel meridians and tables and a separate, grassy tent area. Raucous gulls contribute to the seaside ambience. Campers enjoy ...
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    This port campground consists of numbered, paved sites paired with gravel meridians and tables and a separate, grassy tent ...

  • Bastendorff Beach County Park

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    Charleston, OR

    This quiet county park encompasses 91 acres, with a long sandy beach and rich coastal woods. Natural thickets shape privacy borders between campsites. Despite the paved parking, some campsites ...
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    This quiet county park encompasses 91 acres, with a long sandy beach and rich coastal woods. Natural thickets shape privacy ...

  • South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

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    Charleston, OR

    A delightfully diverse loop trail, through lush vegetation, that offers a look into the intricate web of an estuary. Special attractions: Interpretive signs make for a real learning experience. ...
    •  Day hike
    •  3 miles
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    A delightfully diverse loop trail, through lush vegetation, that offers a look into the intricate web of an estuary. Special ...

  • Sunset Bay State Park to Humbug Mountain State Park

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    Charleston, OR

    Leaving Sunset Bay State Park, the route heads away from the coast and climbs to the ridge tops to catch sweeping views of Oregon’s coastal forest and South Slough Estuary. The tranquility of ...
    •  57 miles
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    Leaving Sunset Bay State Park, the route heads away from the coast and climbs to the ridge tops to catch sweeping views of ...