At North Bend there is a municipal dock 649 feet long, about 2,380 feet of privately owned mill docks and three oil receiving terminals.
At Coos Bay there is a privately owned dock that is open to the public, several small landings for fishing and harbor craft and three lumber docks with 1,300-foot, 576-foot, and 500-foot frontages, respectively.
In the North Spit industrial area, there is one woodchip loading facility and a smaller T-dock operated by the Port of Coos Bay.
At Eastside, on Isthmus Slough, there is a 200-foot dock.
At Empire there is a privately owned lumber dock and an oil terminal, owned by Port of Coos Bay, for receipt of petroleum products by barge. A barge slip also owned by the Port was completed in 1986.
At Charleston there are wharves, for receipt of fresh fish and shellfish and a large seafood receiving and processing plant. There are also two municipally owned small-boat basins capable of mooring 250 fishing and recreation craft. Servicing facilities for small craft are available at all facilities and public launching ramps have been constructed by private interests. A privately owned floating moorage on Joe Ney Slough has facilities for mooring about 50 fishing vessels.
At Jordan Cove area there is a dock, 248 feet long, for wood chip ships.