Whether by land or by sea, the Coos Bay harbor is designed to facilitate maritime commerce, tourism, and business development. Located in Southwest Oregon, the Port of Coos Bay has been an advocate and driver of economic development in the region and state. With numerous resources, convenient location, and dedicated staff, the Port of Coos Bay is a your destination for future maritime and business growth.
Welcome to the Port of Coos Bay where 1.5 million tons of cargo
move through the
Coos Bay harbor every year.
Short Transit Time
Deep-water terminals that are only a 90 minute transit from the open water ensuring efficient movement of cargo.
Ensuring big-ship readiness for the future through the Channel Modification project that will deepen the channel to 47 feet MLLW.
Ready to Develop
Hundreds of acres of developable land with access to the ocean and Coos Bay Rail Line.
Supporting the commercial and recreational seafood and tourism industry through facilities out in Charleston Marina.
130-mile rail line from Coquille to Eugene operated by Coos Bay Rail Link and the Port of Coos Bay.
A Port team dedicated to the sustainable economic development of the Southwest Oregon region and state.