Hauser is an unincorporated community in Coos County, Oregon, United States. It is along U.S. Route 101, 7 miles (11 km) south of Lakeside and 6 miles (10 km) north of North Bend. Hauser is on the edge of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area near North Slough, a tributary of Coos Bay once known as the North Inlet of Coos Bay. It is a station on the Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad (formerly the Southern Pacific). Hauser was originally named "North Slough" but it was decided the name was unsuitable. It was renamed after Eric V. Hauser of Portland, who, with his sons, had a construction contract on the railroad in about 1914. Hauser is also the namesake of the library at Reed College in Portland and he once owned the Multnomah Hotel. Hauser post office ran from 1915 to 1957. Charles D. McFarlin of Massachusetts built the first known cranberry bog on the West Coast in what is now Hauser in 1885.
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Come camp at the only full-service private campground on the southern Oregon coast with ATV/ORV access to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. You're just 15 minutes by car or 2 miles through the dunes on ATVs to flat beaches. ATV rentals and dunes tours are nearby. This campground's small but mighty store sells unique ATV-related T-shirts, gifts and supplies. A short drive takes you to hiking trails in the dunes and local tide pools. Enjoy seasonal whale watching, storm watching and lighthouses. Locals will tell you the best time to visit is in the fall. Summer events include kids' activities, hayrides and ice cream socials with 14 toppings. An Easter egg hunt and a Thanksgiving potluck round out other seasonal activities. Stop by and see the ATSF caboose 999319 and SP caboose 1179. The Deluxe Cabins have linens at no extra charge. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: Steve, Lavern, Kathy and Fritz.Visit Oregon Dunes KOA Holiday
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