Predominantly used by off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts, this is the Oregon Dunes' largest and most diverse riding area. South of Horsfall Beach Road, areas are open only to horse back riding and hiking. Horsfall Beach Road leads to both motorized and non-motorized opportunities. At the road’s end, beach viewing and access are available.
Horsfall Beach Campground provides OHV camping, day use and parking for beach access. Bull Run OHV Staging Area and Old Bark Road OHV Staging Area provide direct sand access, as well. Spinreel, located at the northernmost end of the Horsfall OHV riding area, has direct sand access and designated OHV Sand Camping sites as well as an OHV campground and day use staging area.
Designated OHV routes lead riders through coastal forests and open dunes to the beach. OHV beach riding areas are located south of the Tenmile OHV Trail beach access point.
Wild Mare Campground, day use and trail, Bluebill Campground and trail and Sandtracks Day Use are all located within non-motorized areas. Wild Mare Campground, day use and trail are managed for equestrian use.
A wheelchair-accessible viewing platform at Horsfall Beach Day Use provides a 360 degree view of the dunes, beach and ocean.
At a Glance
Map of Spinreel to Horsfall Area
From North Bend drive 2 miles north on Highway 101 turning west onto Transpacific Lane. Drive one mile turing north on Horsfall Beach Road. Sand Tracks Day Use is approximatly 3/4 mile on the south side of the road.
Historical Note: Sandtracks Day Use is actually located on a retired section of the old Horsfall Road.
Parking for passenger vehicles and a small turn around area.