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Bandon State Natural Area

3225 Beach Loop Dr.

Bandon awaits the beachcomber, the explorer, the artist and the dreamer. Located along Bandon's Beach Loop Road, there are several locations with beach access, picnicking and unsurpassed views. Parking is ample at all locations.

No beach camping from Bandon to Floras Lake.



Reviews

Sarah Carrico

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Thursday, July 12, 2018
This might not be the ultimate showstopper of the Oregon coast, but it's my very favorite my leaps and bounds. It's so clean and peaceful, agate and jasper abound for the keen eye, and the tide pools are full of healthy anemone and starfish. There are so many nice caves, and of course, the sunsets are perfect.

Joe Wisecaver

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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Beautiful beaches and some great stores in the old Town Bandon area. Great weather while I was there too! Not sure if they special ordered that for me or not over spring break 😉

Michael Soots

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Friday, March 16, 2018
Easy access to a beautiful beach. It's off the beaten path a bit, but well worth the drive. This area has been protected so it's very natural, giving visitors the opportunity to see the beach and surrounding areas close to their natural state.

Kristen McDaniel

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Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018
Great beachcombing. The path to the beach isn't the easiest. There is a stream to cross to access the beach. Today there was a large tree going across so we didn't get wet. Very peaceful, only saw a couple of people.

Dwayne Richards

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Saturday, June 9, 2018
If looking for rocks or shells hit Devil's Kitchen. It has easy access to beach, good parking, and picnic tables.

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