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“Little camping town with tents, RVs almost touching each other”

Bullards Beach State Park
Ranked #3 of 23 things to do in Bandon
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed June 2, 2013

Staff, extremely helpful and friendly; really nice people. The camp hosts sold us wet wood and we struggled to boil some water for our dinner. There's even a small open-air cinema/ theatre for your convenience.

1  Thank jan k
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Reviewed May 9, 2013

We camped here one night as we drove the 101. The site was private and clean. The bathrooms were clean and well maintained. There were some very loud campers in the night. I was so tired I fell asleep despite it. The area is gorgeous. Just south on 101 is a coffee hut and pharmacy, food store etc. Bring the mosquito repellent, which is to be expected.

1  Thank Claudia C
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Reviewed May 7, 2013

This is a really good queit camping area. Lots of bike paths. You very close to the ocean and the river. I will be returning again next year. Go to loop A it has the best access to the trails and it has the most full hook-up for your RV.

4  Thank Damon L
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

Bullard's Beach State park is WONDERFUL! We tent-camped. Camp-site was good-sized (12'x12' tent pad in "A" loop) and blessedly grassy. Not a grain of sand in my food or my clothes that I didn't bring from the beach.

Recommend "A" loop for space, "B" loop for privacy, and "C" loop for the fun-loving social crowd. Bathrooms were immaculate, showers free (a real rarity), and water always hot. The campground is very dog friendly, open to thru traffic all night, etc---so if you're not tolerant of those sorts of things, you are forewarned.

Bullard's beach itself has some of the best petrified wood rockhounding on the Oregon coast.

5  Thank Scott M
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Reviewed February 27, 2013

Bandon is a beautiful little city. Don't just drive through on 101. Take the ocean drive to the shore. There are two state parks and some really nice views. Don't forget to see the Coquille Light house. View is best across the river from it.

2  Thank RodNLebanon_Oregon
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