Bluebill Campground is located in the Horsfall Area, known for its excellent off-road vehicle trails. It is also conveniently located less than a mile from Pacific Coast beaches and 2 miles north of North Bend, Oregon. With such an ideal location for recreation, it's no wonder families love this site.
Rainbow trout fishing in Bluebill Lake is great, and the campground links up to the Bluebill Trail, which is a one-mile loop around the lake.
Off-road vehicle enthusiasts flock to the campground to cruise the surrounding dunes. Some parts of the dunes are designated for hiking and horseback riding only.
Bluebill is equipped with drinking water, vault toilets, campfire pits and dumpsters. There are 18 sites available for reservation and a host is available to answer campers' questions. First come first serve sites may be available.
Surrounded by shore pine, huckleberry and wax myrtle, Bluebill lies near Bluebill Lake, within a short drive from the coast. It is part of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, known for its wind-sculpted sand dunes towering up to 500 feet above sea level.
Scenic waterways are in every direction of the campground. Head south to Coos Bay, west to the Pacific, and northeast to Horsfall Lake.
ADA Access: N
Maybe I'm a sucker for quieter campgrounds, but this one gets a bump up for not being all about the buggies. The motor noise is in the distance - you can walk to all the excitement if you'd like. The coast is close - as are the forests and lakes. Plus, there are some pretty nice green walls between you and your neighbors. The foliage often keeps them out of site. The campground as a whole isn't epic or unique, but it's also not really made for too much sitting around.
It's a fine place to camp. Nice spots. Lots of motorcycles driving around 24/7
My go-to spot if i come back to the oregon dunes area. This campground, while central in the dune and OHV area, doesn't allow OHVs in the grounds so it is by far the quietest and most secluded of the campgrounds in the area. Surrounded by trees and right up against the lake with a great loop trail around it. Barely has a bar of cell service (verizon) when there. Has bathrooms and fresh water available as well. And spots are large with good privacy.
I love this small campground. At bluebill you dont have the ATV traffic but you are close to it. It has a beautiful lake, trails, fishing, beach access, crabbing close by. We camp here a couple of times a year.