Bullards Beach

Bullards Beach

We've moved up the coast again about 80 miles to Bullards Beach State Park near Bandon OR. We probably will be here until we move to our work camping spot for Heceta Lighthouse. There we will be staying at the Carl Washburn State Park.

Draw Bridge in Bandon

Our site in C loop


We have been so lucky with the weather until now. The coast is moving into its more normal wet weather pattern for this time of year. The temps have dropped into the 40 and it rained most of the night. Rain is in the forecast for the whole next week. 

We were able to get moved yesterday without any rain and after set up we took of on a nice walk. This park is lovely. The A and B loops are closed for the season and there are not as many FHU sites in C loop so we took a wonderful w/e site knowing we can use the blueboy  if necessary. We can always make the black tank last but the grey tank may need to be emptied at least once.

Trail to the beach
Today we decided to find somewhere with wifi. We are at a little coffee shop and since coffee is a favorite of ours we are enjoying our afternoon. I think we will enjoy our stay here even with the rain. :)

Comments

  1. I volunteered at the Bandon Fish Hatchery in December of 2007. You are in a beautiful area.

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  2. Nice place! It's raining here all day, high winds and pouring off and on. Good day to stay inside!

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  3. Looks like a beautiful place. We're looking forward to hearing how the lighthouse work camping goes. Its something I would be interested in doing someday.

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  4. Now rain is what I think of as you start towards Spring in Oregon and Washington. Looks like a gorgeous place to be.

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  5. We loved Bullard's Beach State Park and Bandon. Have fun!

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  6. A friend of ours used to work at Washburne and did a lot of clearing of the trails there. You will enjoy it there!

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  7. We have a friend who used to work at Washburne...he cleared many trails there. We know you will enjoy it!

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