Bandon - Bullards Beach State Park

56487 Bullards Beach Road
Bandon, Oregon 97411
Curry County
Website
Phone: 800-551-6949

Bullards Beach is a 1,289 acre park located on the north side of Bandon.  There are plenty of family activities to be found here including; nature walking, beach combing (almost 5 miles of beach!), biking and more. 
There are also campgrounds (tent, rv, horse, bike), sand dunes, forests and more.  Be sure to visit the park's 122 year-old lighthouse while you're there.
On your Southern Oregon Coast road trip, be sure to visit Bullards Beach for a great time.

How to get there:
From Highway 101, take the Bullards Beach Road exit west.  The exit is on the north side of Bullards Bridge.
Camping info:
The campground has over 100 spots; most fully hooked-up sites.  There are 8 primitive horse camps, flush toilets, hot showers and hiker/biker campsites.  
More info:
Take a look at the Bullards Beach Website for more information.
Other things to do in the area:
The Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge is an extremely peaceful place to visit.  Face Rock State Park and Seven Devils will also put you right on the beautiful Oregon Coast. 

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