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Sandy beach
Yes
Hike-in Required
No
Surfing
No
Snorkeling / SCUBA
No
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Bullards Beach State Park is a great, family-friendly park with lots of options for outdoor and history enthusiasts. Located just north of Bandon on the southern Oregon coast, this park and day use area includes picnic areas and group picnic shelters with barbecues and horseshoe pits.

Beach access is at the end of the road, and you will also find the historic Coquille River Lighthouse there as well. Interpretive signs provide information about the geology of the area and how Oregon's unique coastline has been affected by tsunamis. Bullards Beach stretches for more than 4 miles, and it is perfect for the beach comber looking for shells, driftwood, or wildlife. Birds such as brown pelicans, cormorants, and gulls can be seen on the beach, and harbor seals can be spotted in the surf.

Logistics + Planning

Congestion

High

Parking Pass

State Park Fee

Pros

Close to Bandon. Group picnic sites. Historic Lighthouse.

Cons

Crowds during the summer months.

Address

Bullards Beach Rd
Bandon, OR 97411
United States

Features

ADA accessible
Historically significant
Lighthouse
Picnic tables
Covered picnic areas
Wildlife
Bird watching

Location

Field Guide

Nearby Lodging + Camping

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