Bullards Beach State Park
US Highway 101, 2 miles north of Bandon
Bandon, Oregon 97411
Phone: (541) 347-2209
Opinion: Good short stop
Amenities: Hiking, beaches, mountain biking, and beautiful views.
Dates of Stay: April 27-30, 2017
Overview of Sites: 103 full hookup sites, 82 electric/water sites, 13 yurts. Each site has paved parking, a picnic table, and a fire ring. There are also primitive horse camp sites, and hiker/biker sites. Sites range in size from 28 feet to 57 feet in length and look somewhat level
Restrooms: Clean and well stocked restrooms/showers. (They were not climate controlled.)
Rate: We paid $28 nightly.
Our Site/Phone/TV: Site A-6, a back-in site – Verizon and AT&T worked for phone but no wi-fi. No over-the-air television. We could hear the park road noise at times because of where our site was located, but it didn’t bother us.
Elevation/Landscape/Terrain: The RV park had lots of trees and tall thick shrubs surrounded us – great privacy. There are many trails to explore. One trail winds through the park for 1.25 miles as you hike to the beach and another winds for 3 miles to the Coquille River Lighthouse.
Lighting/Noise: No obtrusive lighting or noise.
Favorite Camper Site: None
RV Office: Reservations are made by visiting OregonStateParks.ReserveAmerica.com or by calling 1-800-551-6949
See our blog entry here.