Bluebill Campground

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Overview

Bluebill Campground is located in the Horsfall Area, which is known for its excellent off-road vehicle trails. The campground is conveniently located near the Wild Mare Horse Trail, Bluebill Lake, and the Pacific Ocean beaches. With such an ideal location for recreation, it's no wonder families love this site.

Recreation

Bluebill Lake is an excellent location for fishing. The campground provides easy access to the Bluebill Trail, which is a 1.2-mile loop around the lake. Off-road vehicle enthusiasts flock to the campground to cruise the surrounding dunes. Other parts of the nearby dunes are designated for hiking and horseback riding only.

Facilities

Bluebill is equipped with drinking water, vault toilets, campfire pits, fire rings, and dumpsters. There are 18 sites available for reservation and a host is available to answer campers' questions.

Natural Features

Bluebill Campground lies just northwest of Bluebill Lake and less than 1 mile from the Pacific Coast. The campground is within the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, which is known for its wind-sculpted sand dunes towering up to 500 feet above sea level.

Nearby Attractions

Scenic waterways can be found in every direction: Head south to Coos Bay, west to the Pacific, and northeast to Horsfall Lake. There are two off-highway vehicle staging areas along Horsfall Beach Road. The nearby Wild Mare Trail offers an excellent location for horseback riding.

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For facility specific information, please call (541) 271-6000.

Charges & Cancellations

Normally, a campsite will be released to first-come, first-serve status if it is not occupied within the first 24 hours of the arrival time on the reservation. This campground does not have any first-come, first-serve sites available at this time; with this in mind, the 24-hour arrival policy is temporarily suspended until further notice. 

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