There is a paved path to the beach from the campground and access to the dunes. The Coquille River Lighthouse, built in 1896, is located at the end of Bullard’s Beach Road. There are many other opportunities nearby, with miles of shoreline at day-use parks along Beach Loop Drive, biking on the beach, fishing on the Coquille River, and visiting the Bandon Marsh Wildlife Refuge. The town of Bandon on the Sea, which has been called the Cranberry capitol of the world, is less than 3 miles away. The Bandon State Natural Area, with rock formations and sea stacks, is a photographers delight.

Meals: Breakfast will be provided on Saturday and Sunday. Friday night we will have a heavy appetizer potluck, and Saturday night will feature a Mediterranean themed potluck.