Bluebill Campground is located in the Horsfall Area, which is known for its OHV trails. Surrounded by shore pine, huckleberry and wax myrtle, the 19-site campground is equipped with drinking water, vault toilets, campfire pits and dumpsters. A host is available to answer campers' questions.
Off-road vehicle enthusiasts flock to the campground to cruise the surrounding dunes. Some parts of the dunes are designated for hiking and horseback riding only.Rainbow trout fishing in Bluebill Lake is great, and the campground links up to the Bluebill Trail, which is a one-mile loop around the lake.
From North Bend, OR, proceed north 1.5 miles to Transpacific Lane. Turn left and proceed 1 mile, turning right across the railroad tracks. Travel 100 feet turning right on Horsfall Beach Road. Proceed 1 3/8 miles and turn left into the Bluebill Campground.
Beach Access Limited to Protect Snowy Plovers March 15 - Sept 15
Beach access near plover nesting areas is limited during their breeding season, March 15 - September 15. In these areas, dry sand beach is CLOSED to entry. Within most plover nesting areas, dogs (on and off leash), kites (including drones), motorized vehicles, non-motorized vehicles (including bicycles) are prohibited in both dry and wet sand beach.
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