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Riley Ranch County Park & Campground (A Coos County Park)

 
 

Campground Description:  Riley Ranch County Park and Campground is owned and operated by Coos County.  Riley Ranch County Park and Campground was built to offer off-road vehicles and their riders access to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.  As such the camper can reasonably expect to hear off-road riders revving their engines from dawn to long after the sun sets.  A quite and peaceful campground this is not.  However, for off-road vehicle enthusiasts, this is a Mecca in the dunes.  The annual Sandfest off-road races are held at Riley Ranch every year.  If you are a fisherman (or woman), plan to take your paddle or electric motor powered boat onto the adjacent 25 acre Butterfield Lake as it offers plenty of fishing opportunities - away from the sand dunes and off-road vehicles.  Open all year.  Reservations are possible.  Complete shopping and services are available in Coos Bay.

Number of Sites:  92

Electricity:  At 50 sites

Water:  At 50 sites

Sewer:  No

Waste Water Dump Station:  No.  The nearest RV dump station is at Tenmile County Park, 4 miles north on Highway 101 at the town of Lakeside.

Directions:  From Highway 101 Northbound or Southbound - Riley Ranch Campground is located at milepost 227 on US Highway 101 - 6 miles north of North Bend, Oregon

Fishing:  Butterfield Lake borders the campground and offers fishing for both campers and day users.  The lake is currently stocked with largemouth bass, crappie, perch, and trout. Butterfield Lake is open to boats but is restricted to electric trolling motors only.  A boat launch is available.  Deep sea fishing, Salmon and Steelhead charters are available in Coos Bay.  Crabbing is productive in Coos Bay

Astronomy Opportunities:  Not good.  There are lots of trees obscuring the skies and the surface of the entire area is large crushed rock making both the telescope's feet and the operator's feet unsteady

Nearby Golfing: 

Kentuck Golf Course
94469 Golf Course Ln
North Bend, OR  97459-8306
541-756-4464
Kentuck Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Riley Ranch Park & Campground
93507 Riley Ranch Lane
North Bend, OR 97459
541-396-7755
Riley Ranch Park & Campground

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The sign at the entrance to Riley Ranch Park and Campground

 
 
 
 

A map of the RV camping and tent camping areas at Riley Ranch Park and Campground

Image courtesy of bing�

 
 
 

The restrooms at Riley Ranch Park and Campground offer flush toilets and hot showers

 
 
 
 

Fifty of the RV camping sites at Riley Ranch Park and Campground offer electricity and water

 
 
 
 

All of the RV camping and tent camping sites at Riley Ranch Park and Campground are rough crushed rock

 
 
 
 

Every campsite at Riley Ranch Park and Campground offers a picnic table

 
 
 
 

One of the cabins that are available for rent at Riley Ranch Park and Campground

 
 
 
 

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