Bullard's Beach State Park

Hwy 101 mile marker 274.
Bullard's Beach State Park is a large park with a large camping area protected from sea breezes by big pine trees.
Also there is a lighthouse on the Coquille river, in the park. It was the last lighthouse built on the Oregon coast (Umpqua's original tower was the first, but was lost to a flood. The lighthouse at Cape Blanco was built before the replacement at Umpqua, and thus is the oldest of the presently standing lighthouses.) The Coquille lighthouse contains a solar-powered light for aesthetic purposes only.

Site Resources: lighthouse, full-hookup sites (100), yurts (13), campsites, picnic tables, restroom, showers.

Oregon Parks link:Bullard's Beach State Park No fee required for day use.

Oregon Trails PDF link:Oregon Trails, North Bend to Bandon

Park entrance sign


Some photos taken at Bullards


The lighthouse on the Coquille River is open for tours from May to October


Looking South

View to the South


View to the North

Looking North.


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