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 1467 & 1478 N Tenmile Lake, Lakeside OR 97449

 

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Area attractions....

So much to do and so little time.....

Skiing, fishing, wake boarding, relaxing on the docks, paddle boat, jet skiing, hanging at the boat house, walking trails, billiards, indoor shuffleboard, water trampoline, sailing, outdoor kitchen and fireplace, reading hammock, sauna, Jacuzzi tub,  recreation room with Wii and PS3 gaming consoles, Simpson Pinball, dozens of board games, multiple flat panel TV's with satellite. Best of all, this is all set in a private cove of North Tenmile Lake with views in all directions. You'll never want to go home............

With your car left behind you will quickly forget your worries. (yes - it's boat access only)

 

To find out more about leasing, call today at (360) 609-1120 or email dc@chapmaninvestments.com

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     Tenmile Lake consists of two lakes joined by a short canal. There are 43 miles of shoreline and a total surface area of the two lakes is 2,723 acres making it the 3rd largest lake in Oregon. The lakes are popular with boaters, water skiers, and anglers.

     Located 12 miles north of Coos Bay, it's a short drive to the sandy beaches of Bastendorff State Park, explore the tide pools at Sunset Bay State Park, whale watch and enjoy the gardens at Shore Acres State Park, and pull off the road and watch sea lions at Seal Rock.

     Lakeside Oregon History The Lakeside community was incorporated in 1974 as a part of Coos County. Lakeside is located slightly north of Coos Bay and North Bend. The focal point of this community are the Tenmile Lakes, which are two natural lakes divided by a man-made channel and are linked by six major creeks. The name Tenmile Lakes originated from Ten Mile Tom, a Native American Indian. In 1850, he built the first permanent cabin in what is presently Lakeside. The lakes are one of Oregon's few that open up to the ocean.

     Oregon Dunes National Recreation area is 41 miles of spectacular sand dunes which extend from North Bend to Florence, 32,000 acres of open dunes, grasslands, marshes and forest lands, nature trails, surf and lake fishing, crabbing, clamming, and picnicking. Dune buggies and ATVs are permitted in many areas. Golden and Silver Falls State Park is east of Coos Bay, where you can walk approximately ½ mile on nature trails to two scenic 100-foot waterfalls, and drive through the old growth Myrtlewood and Douglas fir forest. The award-winning Bandon Dunes golf course is located just 19 miles south of Coos Bay in beautiful Bandon by the Sea.