Bluebill Trail #1331
This 1.2-mile (one-way) trail loops around Bluebill Lake, a seasonal lake where water levels vary. The lake can be dry in the summer and hikers may experience high water on the west side of the trail in winter. The trail surface changes from soft sand and packed material in places, traveling through western hemlock trees, huckleberry, and salal bushes.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Expect limited or no services. Be prepared to pack out all waste. Trail is open. Expect seasonal flooding during winter months on west-side of lake.|
|Passes:||A valid Recreation Pass is required at Bluebill Trailhead|
|Information Center:||Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area Visitor Center|
Access to trail is at Bluebill Trailhead (fee site)
Trail Map (Geospatial PDF ~ 1.4 mb)
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- Bluebill Campground
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- Horsfall Beach OHV Campground
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|Difficulty Level:||Easy to Intermediate|