Bullards Beach State Park offers 102 full hook-ups and 83 electrical-only campsites, as well as 13 yurts and sites reserved for hiker-biker parties and horse campers.
The park's 1266 acres include 4.5 miles of beach, dunes and forests with access to the Coquille River north jetty and lighthouse. The community of Bandon is just a little south.
A horse camp is located near the beach and has several small corrals which will accommodate one or two horses each. Visitors can camp in these primitive sites near their horses. Riding is allowed on the beach and on designated trails within the park.
The park also has boat launch facilities on the Coquille River.