Bullards Beach, Oregon

Top photo: Fog & logs on a chilly, windy beach visit.

Before heading home, we decided to stop at one last State Park. We were here prior in Oct 2016 & thoroughly enjoyed our visit. This time we were greeted with fog & colder temps.

Bullards Beach - State Park Campground, near Bandon OR: Site #C10 (185 RV sites total) - This site has: electric & water hookups. Campground Notes: flush toilets • vault toilets • showers (closed due to COVID) • dump station available • ocean/beach access • trails from campground • 39’ elevation. Nov 2nd - 4th. Miles travel: 37 miles (tap on mileage to see route & elevation change).

• winter season quiet.
• Starting Nov 1st some non-reservable sites.
• Some services were reduced due to Covid-19.

Overall Experience: Smile

Turkeys in the campground.

Although the campground isn't adjacent to the beach, it's a short walk (about 3/4 mi) on a pleasant trail.

Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint.

Cosmo, the Tufted Puffin, is made from is made of garbage picked up from nearby beaches. Nothing has been colored or dyed.

Bandon’s Historic Old Town is 10 square blocks of shopping, dining, history, art, outdoor recreation, & Bandon's only brewpub.

When in the area, we always make a point of visiting Bandon Brewing Company.

Local Flavor – Area Businesses We Enjoyed & Recommend
Bandon Brewing Company Delicious pizza, good selection of craft beers. Unfortunately, during our visit, they were in-between brewers, so there was a limited selection of their brews.

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
  • A day-use area
  • Picnic tables
  • 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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