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Located just north of Bandon, Bullards Beach State Park has a large, full service campground with many options for the outdoor enthusiast. The campground is protected from coastal winds and is nestled among shore pines. The campground includes  numerous RV and tent sites as well as a hiker and biker camping area, yurts, a yurt meeting hall, a horse camp with primitive sites, and an amphitheater where evening programs can be hosted. 

The beach trail leaves from Loop B in the campground and proceeds for roughly 1 mile through shore pines and over a small dune. Other options for nearby adventures include the historic Coquille River Lighthouse, equestrian trails, fishing and crabbing, wildlife viewing areas, and over 4 miles of sandy beach to explore. 

Note that the prices quoted are for summer rates, which apply from May 1 through September 30. Rates decrease slightly during the winter months. 

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)


Parking Pass

Not Required


Beach access. Hiker and biker camp sites. Yurts. Equestrian amenitites.


Busy during the summer season.

Pets allowed


Managed by

Oregon State Parks

Reservation phone number

1 (800) 735-2900


ADA accessible
Historically significant
Flushing toilets
Potable water
Picnic tables
Covered picnic areas
Horseback riding

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A42, B46, C22, C40, C42, C46


Nearby Adventures

Nearby Lodging + Camping

Southern Oregon Coast + Rogue River, Oregon
Southern Oregon Coast + Rogue River, Oregon
Southern Oregon Coast + Rogue River, Oregon


It was a good experience, except as noted in the "cons" it's rather busy. Checking in took a really long time. The beach is a bit far away and was very windy and unenjoyable.
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