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Bastendorff Beach Campground and Park (a Coos County Park)
Campground Description: Bastendorff Park is owned and operated by the Coos County, Oregon. Bastendorff Park is situated only 1.2 miles east of Sunset Bay and Sunset Bay State Park. The combined park and campground encompass 91.4 acres on the beautiful Oregon Coast. Campsites are available for both tent camping and RV camping. Bastendorff Park offers wildlife viewing, beach combing and whale watching December through February (migrating south) March-May (migrating north). Don't forget crabbing in Coos Bay itself. The town of Coos Bay offers complete shopping, groceries, fast food to elegant dining and health services. Open year round. Reservations are available for cabins and group sites only. All tent camping and RV camping sites are available on a first come first served basis only.
Number of Sites:74 electrical sites with water 25 tent sites with water nearby 2 camping cabins Paved parking, picnic table, fire ring at all sites One group campground with 18 water and electrical hookup sites Hiker/biker camp
Electricity: At 74 campsites plus an additional 18 in the group campsite
Water: At 74 campsites and distributed throughout the tent camping sites and the hiker/biker campsite
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes, 2 in the park. In Coos Bay there is a public RV dump station - the Public Sani Dump Station - Hwy. 101; South end of town; Front Street; between Alder Avenue (125 yards) and East Market Avenue (125 yards) $1.00 fee
Map to the public Sani Dump
Directions: Northbound From Bandon - Follow Highway 101 for 9.5 miles to West Beaver Hill Road. Follow West Beaver Hill Road for 6.1 miles to Seven Devils Road. Follow Seven Devils Road for 6.2 miles to Walker Road. Turn left onto Walker Road and follow for 0.1 miles to Cape Arago Highway. Turn left onto Cape Arago Highway and follow for 1.3 miles to the entrance to Bastendorff Park. From Highway 101 Southbound – Follow Highway 101 south to Coos Bay. From Highway 101 in Coos Bay, turn right (west) onto Newmark Street. Follow for 5.6 miles to the entrance to Sunset Bay State Park. Note that Newmark Street becomes Cape Arago Highway
Fishing: Deep sea charters are available in Coos Bay. Deep sea fishermen switch to Salmon fishing in season
Astronomy Opportunities: None due to the density of the trees
Nearby Golfing: Sunset Bay Golf is next door to Sunset Bay State Park. Additionally, Coos Bay offers several nearby golf courses. Check the phone book for contact informationSunset Bay Golf Course 11001 Cape Arago Hwy Coos Bay, OR 97420 (541)888-9301 Sunset Bay Golf Course
Contact Information:Coos County Parks 1309 West Central Coquille, OR 97423 For reservations call 541-396-7755 Information only call 541-396-7759 Bastendorff Park and Campground
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The sign at the entrance to Bastendorff Park and Campground
A map of the facilities at Bastendorff Park Campground
The restrooms at Bastendorff campground offer flush toilets and hot showers
This rental cabin at Bastendorff campground is ADA compliant
All of the RV camping sites at Bastendorff campground are paved
The late afternoon view from Bastendorff Park
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