Itty Bitty Adventures

Itty Bitty Adventures pretty much consist of the stuff our innkeepers, groundskeeper, and housekeepers like to do when we arent at the inn. We have created the Itty Bitty Adventures just for our guests, so that they can share in some of the chillness we enjoy in biking, crabbing and vintage gaming. We ask for a small financial contribution to help offset costs associated with the free community solar workshops we provide year round!

vinyl lp record player at itty bitty inn coos bay north bend oregon

Share an indoor adventure with your favorite tunes as our selection spans genres from the 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's all the way up to the Disco 70's! ...Actually, I think we have some big-hair-pre-Hagar-80's Van Halen, too.

Our wireless, portable record players also double as Bluetooth speakers for your mobile music streaming-enabled devices! Want to play your favorite Spotify playlist off of some speakers that sound less tinny than your smartphone? This jam box has you covered, bruh!

Difficulty: SUPER EASY      Duration: 1 evening


Atari 2600

This is an indoor adventure! - Let's go back in time as our innkeeper sets up a 1970s television cart and an Atari 2600 and rolls it into your room! All the Atari classics are included, such as Pitfall, Combat, Asteroids, Space Invaders and the worst video game of all time; E.T.  A growler of your favorite locally brewed craft beverage is recommended on this adventure.

Difficulty: Depending on if you play single or two player mode!  
Duration: One evening

Coos Bay Crabbing
Let's load up the Itty Bitty Inn truck with our crabbing gear and follow Cape Arago Highway to Charleston (about 10 miles from the inn). We stop by Davy Jones Locker for our crabbing permits ($11.50) and any snacks we'd like to bring. Our guests are taught how to crab and learn about differentiating between different crab species and gender with each haul of the crab trap. 
Difficulty: EASY   Duration: 2 to 3 hours  
All req'd crabbing gear, buckets, bait, and caliper usage is included

Coos Bay Mountain Bike Tour

This mini biking trek is super mellow and has very mild inclines during the ride as we get some great views of the bay. A forested pathway under McCullough Memorial Bridge leads to a trail at Ferry Road Park.

Difficulty: EASY      Duration: 45 minutes    
Cost: $20 per person (mountain bike usage included).