Bullards Beach State Park, Oregon

A glimpse of the historic Coquille Lighthouse behind piles of driftwood on the beach.

For our next stop, we traveled 102 miles down the Oregon coast to Bullards Beach State Park. The historic Coquille Lighthouse is at the end of the park's beach access road.

Bullards Beach - State Park Campground, near Bandon,OR: Site #C64 (185 RV sites total) - This site has: electric & water hookups. Campground Notes: flush toilets • vault toilets • showers • yurts available • dump station available • river/ocean access • trails from campground • trails nearby • 65’ elevation. October 18th - 21st. Miles traveled: 102 (tap on mileage to see route).

• Paved Roads & Pads.
• Well Maintained.
• Slight highway Noise.

Overall Experience: smile

Pacific Blues Cafe can be found in the historic district of Brandon. They have a varied menu, including good vegan options. Update — On our visit during the fall of 2019, we learned that they are no longer in business

Bullards Beach State Park

Looking down the Coquille river with Brandon in the background. The historic Coquille Lighthouse as seen from the beginning of the jetty. Beach View One on many paths to the beach through the sand dunes. Mooch out for a walkie. A historic cemetery can be found behind our campsite. It was a tad spooky knowing it was there. Headstones

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Local Flavor – Area Businesses We Enjoyed & Recommend
Pacific Blues Natural Cafe and Wine Bar, Brandon, OR Truly unique shop featuring wine and beer by the glass, bottle shop, gifts, and more: Pizza, pasta, vegetarian and vegan dishes, soup, daily specials.

Bullards Beach State Park is a state park located in Bandon, Oregon on the southern coast of the state. The park is named after Frank Bullard, who donated the land to the state in the 1940s.

  • The park covers more than 500 acres and is known for its beautiful beaches, dunes, and forests.
  • It is a popular spot for beach-combing, birdwatching, and other outdoor activities.
  • The park has a campground with more than 100 campsites, as well as a day-use area, picnic tables, and restrooms.
  • There are also several hiking trails in the park, including a beach trail that offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean.
  • Bullards Beach State Park is open year-round, and fees are required for day-use and camping.

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