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The park is clean and comfortable. Camp sites are roomy but not very private. Thais okay everyone camping was very friendly and we had a graet time. Walk to the beach from the campground is a bit far and you will be walking through sand...More
Love Bullards Beach State Park! We staged in a yurt, second time this n
Month. Great walking at the park and the beach access is incredible! So worth a visit and stay a while. BANDON is a great town to visit.
Bullards Beach SP is a gem. No fee to go to Coquille light house or to the beach. Campground fees apply and they have yurts for rent for people who aren't into camping. Restrooms with showers available and camping available for horses too. Stores and...More
We didn't stay here, but we did walk around and travel the length of it. It is along the Coquille River. There are places in the park that aren't necessarily visible from the main road that goes to the Lighthouse. The park was busy at...More
Not only close to the beach with a great lighthouse, Bullard's Beach was also a very clean, well-maintained park that offered great RV hookups with a sense of being remote despite the size of the park. The facilities were remarkably clean. Everyone was friendly and...More
There was some fog in the early morning. Still we were excited to explore the Bullards Beach State Park.
There was a lot of driftwood. Some made driftwood fortresses.
The dunes were amazing. I admired them closely.
There is even a lighthouse.
What a nice...More
I spent a night here on a trip down the Oregon coast and found it to be a very complete RV park /campground with hikes through the bordering sand dunes to a lovely beach. The park was clean, camp sites were not on top of...More
Spent two nights here recently on a trip to the coast. Plenty of space for our travel trailer. Nicely maintained, the showers and bathrooms were spotless, the campsites were very clean and of course being at the end of the season the campground was only...More
Spent 6 days here in full hook up site A16. This park is clean and the sites are pretty large. There are three loops to choose from and all have either full hookups or water and electric. There are also Yurts that can be rented....More
Friendly camp hosts, we even got a tide book at check-in. The facilities are comfortable and immaculate! We stayed in A loop and had access to trails to the beach and the lighthouse. There is also a nice day use area and boat ramp. Short...More
I last posted in April when I started my vacation planning. Now it is just two weeks away and have some more questions that I hope I can get help with. My husband (retired) is already enroute there. He is driving (currently fly fishing in Montana) and I will be flying into PDX on 6/25. While vacationing through OR we plan to do a combination of camping (equipped van) and B&Bs and hotels. I think I am okay with the first few days of the trip. We are going straight from the airport to...More
June 12, 2014|
Hi again, Jennie H. I would suggest going from Crater Lake to Roseburg. Hwy 138 is quite a pretty drive. Then stay in or near Roseburg for a night (or two?) then take I-5 south to 199 to Crescent City. You'll go over four mountain passes which aren't really very high, but the freeway route is fairly scenic. You could also go to Hwy 101 from Roseburg via Hwy 42, which is pleasant enough. But then you'd be repeating 100 miles or so of 101. Which is not a bad thing if you enjoy ocean drives :-)...More
San Jose, California
Hiking along along the Oregon coast (3 Replies)
My husband and I are taking a road trip later this month, staying in Astoria, Pacific City, Beverly Beach State Park, and Bullards Beach State Park - 2 nights in each location. We are looking for recommendations for trails to hike along the way. Pretty places - beach, forest, good photography, anything up to 8 miles is good. We're pretty fit and hike often, so any type of trail is fine. I'm hoping to walk some shorter and longer trails along the way, mix it up a bit.
September 04, 2017|
Thanks. That looks like a good one.
Los Angeles, California
Winter Roadtrip: Seattle to San Diego (3 Replies)
Hello All. :) My wife and I have about 7 full days to blow, and are considering an over-Christmas road-trip from Seattle to San Diego (where we live). Ideally, we would fly into Seattle, do a one-way car rental, and head south on the 101. I'm wondering: Has anyone done this same trip during winter months? A couple of our thoughts/concerns are: - How many coastal views would we miss, and would that be a substantial enough loss to justify saving this trip for Summer months? - Is there...More
December 06, 2014|
It sounds like you're looking forward to quite a few California attractions. I think sticking to CA for this short trip (short in days and short in daylight hours) makes more sense. Also, have you looked at the one way drop fee for a rental car? Expect to pay somewhere around $250-300. If you really want a Pacific Northwest trip in winter, stick to Seattle & Portland w/ a few nature 'attractions' thrown in, and then fly home. But definitely plan for winter weather ... rain, clouds,...More