This was the very first place we camped with our year old daughter in 1990 and we were not disappointed to return. Very large and clean sites with generous level parking pad (across from us, we watched a monster RV back in with room to spare. Staff upon arrival was very helpful in recommending a site that would best suit our needs (we were looking for a site with fewer trees and more sun). Restrooms were clean and the hand dryer had WARM air - yeah! We were able to take a 6-mile round trip walk to the Coquille Lighthouse along the beach (you can drive to the day use area for a much shorter walk) and enjoyed lots of interesting driftwood along the beach. Nearby is the small and proud town of Bandon. Good bakery and cute shops.
Close RV hookups and lots of traffic. Close to town. Seperate fenced hike and bike area next to garbage dumpster. Nice lockers where you can store valuables and charge batteries. Yurts!
Campground with lots of amenities right off the hwy and close to the beach. Trail down to the beach, playground for the kiddos, yurt rentals available. Good facilities. We are tent campers so it wasn't our cup of tea, but great if you have a camper or are looking for a yurt!
We came through during off peak season. The park was beautiful and we loved the rainstorm at the ocean. The facilities were exceptionally clean during our stay, as was the park as well. I would highly recommend this park to anyone and have already to many. It is a great location for kiddos, with the paved roads, they can ride bikes and scooters, and the beach is a short easy walk. Can't wait to visit again!
My husband and I along with our 2 pups stayed here on a trip down highway 101. This campground has the things you'd normally expect of a campground, though it is remarkably close to the beach. Just hop over the dunes and you're on the beach! Very windy when we were there, not sure if that's always the case. We had a raccoon visit our picnic table as we were going to sleep, so be aware that those are around and seem to be very used to looking for anything left out!
BIG and CLEAN by the sea. 3 miles to a lighthouse, about a mile 1/2 walk to beach, or drive car to parking to get closer access to the sea. Cost $31 a night plus $8 fee RSVP service. A must to call in for RSVP and open year round. North side of Coquille River just north (5 to 7 miles) of Brandon, Oregon. Can get cel service and mobile data service.
Have Yurt village and Hiker/Biker camp
Close to a boat launch for the Coquille River
Have a horse camp too
I camped at Bullard’s Beach State Park on a road trip from Santa Barbara, CA, to Seattle, WA. As a photographer I wanted to photograph some of the coastal Oregon lighthouses, so we chose to camp a night at Bullard’s Beach to see the lighthouse.
The campground is nice with RV and tent sites; each site has a fire ring and a bench table with access to water and clean bathrooms. The campground is not directly on the beach, but is a hike or a short bike ride or car ride away. The road/trail out the the lighthouse is pretty, with small, rolling sand dune bluffs. The shoreline is rocky and wild.
The area has a lot of mosquitos, but that is to be expected. There are some nice-looking yurts availbale to rent if you don't want to battle the bugs and sleep on the ground.
Plumbed Toilets: Yes
Picnic Table: Yes
Cooking Grate: Yes
Cell Service: No
Animal Bins: No
One of the nicer campgrounds south of Florence.
We booked this park as its close to a couple of the Oregon coast's Lighthouses and nearby Bandon Safari Park.
The campsites were spacious and grass! A huge plus when camping with kiddos. The park was super quiet even when full which was great.
The kiddos loved the ranger talks and the weekend bike light parade.
If your looking for a relaxed campground along Oregon's southern coast, This Is It!
clean, quiet and shaded. kids love the trails around the campground and too the ocean. close to town.
Very nice campground. Not pet friendly. (No dog exercise area). No ocean views but with in a short drive to the beach.