Sunset Bay State Park Campground
Sunset Bay State Park offers extensive picnic and overnight camping. Located in one of the most scenic areas of the coast, this park features wide sandy beaches and ocean views. Tide pooling at low tide reveals the secrets of the Pacific Ocean.
Sunset Bay State Park is connected to the nearby Shore Acres and Cape Arago State Parks by a series of hiking trails. The trails travel along the pristine coastal forests and towering cliffs offering ocean views and sights of the Cape Arago Lighthouse.
The park offers 29 full hookup, 34 electrical, 66 tent (maximum site 47 feet); 8 yurts; group tent (2 areas), and a hiker/biker camp.
For information only, call Sunset Bay State Park at (541) 888-4902 or (800) 551-6949.
To make reservations, call 1-800-452-5687.
Bastendorff Beach and Sunset Bay Map
Bastendorff Beach is a county campground, day use area and beach. The park consists of 89 acres and is a beautiful place to camp. There are 91 campsites of which 56 are secluded RV sites with electrical and water hookups. There are an additional 35 sites for tent campers and additional sites for hikers and bicyclists. There are restrooms and coin-operated showers.
For reservations, call 541-396-3121 x354.
For day use, there are picnic areas and a fish cleaning stand. For group activities, there are two picnic shelters with kitchens and a fire pit – barbecue. Bastendorff Beach is located directly west of Charleston, just north of the Cape Arago Lighthouse. Also nearby is Shore Acres, Sunset Bay State Park, and Cape Arago State Park.
Bluebill Campground has 18 sites available for tents, cars, RVs, and trailers. Pit toilets and drinking water are available. The campground is a short distance from the beach and the Pacific Ocean / Oregon Coast in shorepine, waxmyrtle and huckleberry near Bluebill Lake. Bluebill Trail is a 1.25 mile hike around the Lake.
While nearby campgrounds are oriented towards ATV activities, Bluebill Campground is located in the dunes area that is closed to motor vehicles, so ATVs are not used nearby.
Online reservations are available or call 877-444-6777.
Bluebill Campground is located in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area just 1.5 miles north of Coos Bay / North Bend and 22 miles south of Reedsport. Directions: From Coos Bay / North Bend, proceed north on route 101 for 1.5 miles. From Reedsport, proceed south for 22 miles. Turn west at the Horsfall Dunes and Beach road sign at Jordan Cove Road and proceed 1 mile, turning right on Transpacific Highway. Travel 100 feet, turning right on Horsfall Beach Road. Travel 1 & 1/2 miles down Horsfall Beach Road to a left turn.
Riley Ranch Campground
Riley Ranch County Park is located at milepost 227 on US Highway 101 just west of the community of Hauser, Oregon and 6 miles north of North Bend, Oregon. It is setup for ATV riding on the dunes and is not recommended for casual camping or RVs not involved with dune riding.
Horsfall OHV Campgrounds
Horsfall OHV Campground and Horsfall Beach OHV Campground are designed for off-highway (ATV, dune buggy, quad, sand rail) vehicle oriented camping. It is setup for ATV riding on the dunes and is not recommended for casual camping or RVs not involved with dune riding.
Tenmile Lakes campground is located near Lakeside. It features 4 large lakes, Eel, North Tenmile, South Tenmile, Clear and several smaller lakes for a total of 2,000 acres of freshwater. Fishing includes: largemouth bass, steelhead, rainbow trout, bluegill, cut throat trout, largemouth bass, brown bullhead, and catfish. Fishing tournaments are common at these lakes, and people are able to catch 15 to 40 largemouth bass a day between 2 to 5 pounds.
There are four boat ramps.
Other activities include swimming, sailing, water skiing, wake boarding and boating.
Campground facilities include 40+ RV sites with electrical / water hookups; RV sanitary dump station, restrooms, and showers. There is also a tent camping area. Parking is ample.
Reservations are available.
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