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.
If you recently visited this campground, please consider filling out the Siuslaw’s online recreation site visitor feedback form . Your feedback will help inform long-term planning for the Forest’s recreation program. You can also visit the Forest Service website for more information.
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.
Fire restrictions are currently in effect: Campfires, charcoal fires, wood-burning camp stoves, and charcoal grills are prohibited. Only gas or propane stoves and lanterns are permitted. Gasoline-powered generators may only be used on bare ground that is devoid of vegetation.
Tell us how we’re doing! After your visit to this campground, please consider filling out the Siuslaw’s online recreation site visitor feedback form. Your feedback will help inform long -term planning for the Forest’s recreation program. You can also visit the Forest Service website for more information.
Guidelines for a safe visit to the Siuslaw National Forest
The Siuslaw’s campgrounds, day use areas, and trails continue to be open for public enjoyment. While you are visiting the Forest, please adhere to the following guidelines. These guidelines will help ensure a safe and healthy visit for you and your family, our employees and volunteers, and other visitors:
Please keep in mind that restrooms are generally cleaned and disinfected at least once daily at the more popular campgrounds and day use sites, and once to three times a week at other sites.
Be prepared to provide your own soap, sanitizer, or disinfectant.
If no trash receptacle is provided, please protect your public lands by packing out your waste and trash.
For more information on COVID-19 in Oregon, please visit: https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19
Forest Service-operated campsites on the Siuslaw National Forest are currently available by online reservation only. This policy allows us to continue providing camping opportunities to the public while still mitigating COVID concerns.
Visitors can make reservations online through this website (preferred), or via phone by calling the recreation.gov phone line at 877-444-6777. If you call this number, please be prepared for longer-than-usual wait times. Please note that the Siuslaw National Forest does not have any control over the recreation.gov phone line, so we ask you to please prepare by making reservations well in advance.
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.
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.
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.
Campsites that are not occupied after 24 hours of arrival time will be considered as a "no show" and sites will be released for others to reserve. If campers will be arriving after 24 hours of their arrival time, they are encouraged to call the ranger station at 541-271-6000 to let staff know.
Oregon Dunes Visitor Center 855 HIGHWAY 101 Reedsport OR 97467
For campground inquiries, please call: 541-271-6000
From Reedsport, Oregon, follow Highway 101 south for about 22 miles to the Horsfall Dunes and Beach road sign. Turn right onto Trans Pacific Lane and proceed for 1.1 miles to the intersection with Horsfall Beach Road. Turn right onto Horsfall Beach Road and proceed for 1.7 miles. At 1.7 miles, the campground entrance will be on the left.
From North Bend, Oregon, follow Highway 101 north for about 2 miles to the Horsfall Dunes and Beach road sign. Turn left onto Trans Pacific Lane and proceed for 1.1 miles to the intersection with Horsfall Beach Road. Turn right onto Horsfall Beach Road and proceed for 1.7 miles. At 1.7 miles, the campground entrance will be on the left.