Reviews for Bullards Beach State Park

| Oregon state parks are great

By user-5359460... on 2017-10-23.

We ran into a grouchy ranger at the Pismo Beach Ca state park and moved on. This is our first state park since and Oregon really does it right. Great clean beautiful park and great people. Satellite users should stick to loop a spaces 8 through 15. Probably service randomly thru park but these are clear. Dog loved the run to the beach. We will come back.

| Oregon State Parks are amazing

By user-5892684... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-07-27 to 2016-07-29

Great spacious sites, clean bathrooms and showers. Full hook ups. Great Staff. On the downside the City of Bandon is kind of a dump, so minus a star

| Oregon has great State parks.

By user-6134349... on 2017-10-23.

We have stayed here many times. Beautiful park. Very well maintained. Great sites for the price. Easy to make reservations through "Reserve America" for $8.

| Great Park

By user-6583906... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-10-15 to 2015-10-17

Great park! Full hookups, enough room to maneuver a 42' 5th wheel in all loops...however, I recommend A loop for large RV's. Get a spot that is angled off the road, not perpendicular. Park is close to fishing/crabbing on Coquille River. Bandon has a small fishing-town feel. Oh, and don't forget Face Rock Creamery!

| Great cam0ground!

By user-6137819... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-03-29 to 2018-03-30

Beautiful, clean, well-maintained campground. It is a 3/4 mile walk to the beach, mostly in sand, so be prepared. You can drive to a shorter beach access, maybe 50 yards, but it has a short, steep walk up loose sand dunes. But truly beautiful.

By user-5209644... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-01-14 to 2019-01-22

We enjoyed our stay at Bullards Beach. In the winter only the C loop was open. Most full hookup sites were already reserved and the two available we were not able to maneuver our 35' 5th wheel into due to trees. So, we got a partial hookup site in the non-reservable area. This area was quiet and we only had neighbors a few nights. The park filled about 3/4 full for MLK weekend. There is a path to walk to the beach about 1.25 miles away or you can drive to the day use area where the beach is located. The campground itself is cute with lots of little trees. We enjoyed the town of Bandon especially Tony's Crab Shack, Bandon Brewing, Washed Ashore Project and walking the beach around Face Rock viewpoint.