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Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area (Florence Oregon)


Overview Of Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area

  • Open: Year round
  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.709748, -124.179068
  • Usage: Heavy
  • ADA: Some wheelchair accessible areas
  • Managed by: Federal government
  • Fee: $10 ATV Operating Permit + $5 fee per vehicle to use the staging area. Passes such as Interagency Pass, America The Beautiful Pass, National Park Pass or the Northwest Forest Pass can be used for the $5 staging/parking fee.
  • Camping: Yes
    • Sand Camping: $10
    • Campgrounds: $25
  • Location: South central coast of Oregon

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Oregon Dunes ATV Riding Area

This ocean front OHV area is one of the best dunes in the US. Not only is it a beautiful stretch of land, but it also offers up an excellent dune experience with beach riding, open dunes and riding trails through the sand.

The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is 31,500 acres that stretches for 47 miles long and one mile wide down the Oregon Coast.

The sand dunes range from Florence, OR to Coos Bay, OR. with about half of this recreation area open to off roading.

There are several staging areas, lots of parking, many access points and various campgrounds throughout the dunes.

There’s plenty of beach riding year round, but it’s not possible to ride on the beach for the entire stretch of the dunes.

Some sections of the beach are closed to motorized travel all year, while a couple small sections are closed seasonally from March 15 – September to protect the Western Snowy Plover that uses the beaches for their nesting grounds.  

Everything is well marked and it’s easy to go around the closed beaches by simply traveling on the dunes.

There are signs and sometimes the Plover nesting grounds are cordoned off, so you don’t have to worry about accidentally driving through an environmentally sensitive area.

For the most part, the Plover nesting grounds are a very small portion of the overall nesting area, but you do need to be aware of the restrictions.

The Florence Oregon Sand Dunes are broken down into three separate sections each with it’s own staging, parking and camping.

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Unfortunately travel between the sections isn’t possible within the OHV area – you would have to trailer your vehicle to each of the three different areas.



The three separate OHV areas do not connect. You can’t travel on the dunes or beaches to the three separate dune regions.



Oregon Sand Dunes OHVA
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More Oregon Sand Dunes

Oregon also has two other dunes open to ATVing: Sand Lake Dunes and Christmas Valley Sand Dunes.

The Christmas Valley dunes are not as popular as the coastal dunes, but they’re definitely worth a visit.

We cover the Sand Lake Dunes extensively including rules, costs and information on the 3 developed campsites and information on dispersed camping on the beach. Sand Lake Oregon Camping.



List of Florence Oregon Sand Dunes OHV Trails

 Trail NameMilesTrail ConnectionsNotesAccess / Staging AreaClass of Vehicle
Breach OHV Trail.5Hunters OHV Trail
Coast Guard North OHV Trail
Campground to beach. This trail is prone to flooding in the Spring and Winter and may become impassible during that time.Accessed via Driftwood II OHV Trail near Driftwood II CampgroundI, II, III
Chapman's OHV Trail.7Hunters OHV Trail
Coast Guard North OHV Trail
Begins on the sand flats in the Siltcoos riding area and ends at the beachGoose Pasture Staging Area

Siltcoos Beach Day Use OHV Staging
I, II, III
Driftwood II OHV Trail.6Hunters OHV TrailLinks the campground to the sand flats of the Siltcoos riding areaDriftwood II CampgroundI, II, III
Incinerator OHV Trail.7NoneTrail to Siltcoos Sand Camping sites 27 - 30Accessed from pavement via Siltcoos Road in the Siltcoos Recreation AreaI, II, III
Coast Guard North OHV Trail5.5Breach OHV Trail
Chapman's OHV Trail
Goose Pasture OHV Trail
South Jetty OHV Trail
Connects South Jetty OHV Trail and the Siltcoos Beach Day-Use Area. Siltcoos Beach Day Use OHV Staging

Goose Pasture OHV Staging
I, II, III
Goosepasture OHV Trail.4Hunters OHV Trail
Coast Guard North OHV Trail
Begins at Goose Pasture Flats and ends at the beach. May seasonally flood in Winter.Goose Pasture OHV Trail may be reached on its eastern end by riding southwest from Goose Pasture Staging Area. Its western end is accessed via the beach. Both entrances are signed.I, II, III
Hunters OHV Trail5.5South Jetty OHV Trail
Goose Pasture OHV Trail
Chapman’s OHV Trail
Breach OHV Trail
Seasonally flooded during winter and springGoose Pasture OHV Staging Area

Driftwood II OHV Trail
I, II, III
South Jetty OHV Trail 1.2Coast Guard North OHV TrailAccess trail for South Jetty Sand Camping sites: 1, 2, 3. Ends at the beachSouth Jetty OHV Staging Area

Goose Pasture Staging Area
I, II, III
Bull Run OHV Trail .4Coast Guard South OHV TrailProvides access between Bull Run Staging Area and the beachBull Run OHV Staging AreaI, II, III
Hauser Beach OHV Trail 2430 OHV Trail
Coast Guard South OHV Trail
Ends at the beach. Connects riders coming from the Horsfall and Hauser open riding areas to the beach and open riding to the northaccessed via Sandy Way, off Hauser Depot RoadI, II, III
Bark OHV Trail 3.3Hauser Beach OHV TrailProvides access to OHV open sand areas at Horsfall and Hauser Old Bark Road OHV Staging AreaI, II, III
Saunders Lake OHV Trail 1.7430 OHV Trail
Coast Guard South OHV Trail
Ends at the beach. Closest OHV route to the beach for users of Coos County's Riley Ranch County Park & CampgroundAccessed by Crannog Road, off Highway 101 at Hauser, ORI, II, III
430 OHV Trail5Ten Mile OHV Trail
Saunders Lake OHV Trail
Hauser Beach OHV Trail
Connects riders with open sand in the Spinreel, Saunders and Hauser areasSpinreel OHV Staging Area

Hauser Sand Camping Access
I, II, III
Coast Guard South OHV Trail 6.8Ten Mile OHV Trail
Saunders Lake OHV Trail
Hauser Beach OHV Trail
Bull Run OHV Trail
Begins at Ten Mile OHV Trail and ends at Horsfall Beach Day Use OHV StagingHorsfall Beach Day Use OHV Staging

Spinreel OHV Staging Area
I, II, III
Ten Mile OHV Trail2.8430 OHV Trail
Coast Guard South OHV Trail
Connect riders between the beach and open riding opportunities in the Spinreel areaSpinreel OHV Staging AreaI, II, III
Clam Bed OHV Trail1NoneTrail surrounded by private land and no OHV use, so stay on trail. Ends near the Umpqua River. May flood in Spring and WinterAccessed via Sparrow Park Road, north of Gardiner, OR. Sparrow Park Road ends at the beach. Once on the beach, travel southwards to the Clambed OHV Trail sign

3 Oregon Dune Sections And Camping Areas

#1 North OHV Area

Siltcoos to South Jetty

This link is to a super sized map, it will take about 12 seconds to load, but it’s worth the wait. The detail is excellent.


North OHV Dune Sand Camping (Designated Sites / No Amenities)

Siltcoos Sand Camping

Fee:

  • 15 Standard Sites: $10/Night up to 5 vehicles/20 people.
  • 1 Group Site: $20/Night up to 10 vehicles/40 people.


Siltcoos Sand Camping: Overview and Reservations


South Jetty Sand Camping

Fee:

  • Standard Site: $10/Night up to 5 vehicles/20 people.
  • Group Site: $20/Night up to 10 vehicles/40 people.


South Jetty Sand Camping: Overview and Reservations


North Dunes Campgrounds (Designated Sites / With Amenities)

Driftwood II Campground

This campground accepts RVs, Trailers and Tents. These sites are tight, so book a site that is at least a foot longer than you need.

When you reserve, be sure to check the blue “information” box that lists the parking area width x length. Some parking spaces are a foot or more shorter than the listed maximum RV length.

Apparently the campground allows rigs to hang a foot or two outside the designated pad, but this is not ideal.

  • Open: Year Round
  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.8838889, -124.1430556
  • Fee: $25 per night for single unit, two vehicle limit, which does not include towed vehicles.
  • ADA Campsites: 4 Available. Site 48, Site 58, Site 61, Site 62
  • Sites: 68 Paved Sites. 10 are pull through 

Amenities:

  • Direct dune access from the campground on the Driftwood II OHV Trail
  • No Hook Ups
  • Flush Toilets
  • Picnic Table/ Fire Pit (pull through sites 49 -58 do not have tables or fire pits)
  • Drinking Water
  • Hot Showers (showers take tokens which can be purchased onsite)
  • Trash / Recycling

Location: 7 miles south of Florence off Hwy 101

OHV Trail Access From Driftwood II Campground:


Driftwood Campground: Overview and Reservations

I have compiled charts for all three developed campsites and the length of RVs they can accommodate. To view charts, scroll to the last section at the bottom of the page.

#2 Middle OHVA Riding Area/Umpqua Dunes

This link is to a super sized map, it will take about 12 seconds to load, but it’s worth the wait. The detail is excellent.



Umpqua Sand Camping (Designated Sites / No Amenities)

Umpqua Dune Sand Camping

Fee:

  • 25 Standard Sites: $10/Night up to 5 vehicles/20 people.
  • 2 Group Site: $20/Night up to 10 vehicles/40 people.


Umpqua Dune Sand Camping: Overview and Reservations


Umpqua Dunes Campgrounds (Designated Sites / With Amenities)

Not Available At Umpqua

#3 South OHV Riding Area

Horsfall To Spinreel

This link is to a super sized map, it will take about 12 seconds to load, but it’s worth the wait. The detail is excellent.


South OHV Area Sand Camping (Designated Sites / No Amenities)

Hauser Sand Camping

Fee:

  • 22 Standard Sites: $10/Night up to 5 vehicles/20 people.
  • 2 Group Sites


Hauser Sand Camping: Overview and Reservations


Horsfall Sand Camping

Fee:

  • 34 Standard Sites: $10/Night up to 5 vehicles/20 people.
  • 3 Group Sites


Horsfall Sand Camping: Overview and Reservations


Spinreel Sand Camping

Fee:

  • 16 Standard Sites: $10/Night up to 5 vehicles/20 people.
  • 0 Group Sites


Spinreel Sand Camping: Overview and Reservations


South OHV Campgrounds (Designated Sites / With Amenities)

Horsfall Beach Campground

  • Paved pads. RVs and Trailers only.
  • Open: Year round
  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.45361, -124.27611
  • Location: 2 miles north of Coos Bay
  • Fee: $25 per night for single unit, 8 people, two vehicle limit, which does not include towed vehicles.
  • ADA Campsites: Two available: Site 15, Site 16
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Sites: 34 sites. 11 are pull through

Amenities:

  • Direct dune access from the campground
  • No hook ups
  • No RV dump station
  • No showers
  • Pull through sites don’t have tables or fire rings
  • 33 sites are reservable / 1 is first come first serve
  • Flush toilets
  • Drinking water
  • Picnic area
  • Day use paved parking lot with pedestrian beach access


Horsfall Beach Campground: Overview and Reservations

I have compiled charts for all three developed campsites and the length of RVs they can accommodate. To view charts, scroll to the last section at the bottom of the page.

Spinreel Campground

  • This campground accepts RVs, Trailers and Tents
  • Open: Year round
  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.56973, -124.203877
  • Location: 11 miles south of Reedsport OR off Hwy 101
  • Fee: $25 per night for single unit, 8 people, two vehicle limit, which does not include towed vehicles.
  • ADA Campsites: Three available: Site 6, Site 7, Site 26
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Sites: 36 sites all reservable

Amenities:

  • Direct dune access from the campground
  • Boat ramp for Tenmile Creek
  • No hook ups
  • No RV dump station
  • No showers
  • Flush toilets
  • Drinking water


Spinreel Campground: Overview and Reservations

I have compiled charts for all three developed campsites and the length of RVs they can accommodate. To view charts, scroll to the last section at the bottom of the page.



Overview Map Of All The Different Dune Camping Areas




Check out our ATV Sand Dunes page for a listing of all the dunes in the US open to offroading.


Day Use / OHV Staging Areas

Siltcoos Beach Day Use OHV Staging

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.8826515, -124.153395
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Light
  • No Water
  • 1 Vault Toilet
  • Pull-through parking available for RVs and OHV trailers
  • OHV access for class I, II, III, IV

Directions: 7 miles south of Florence OR off Hwy 101


Siltcoos Beach Day Use OHV Staging

Trail Access From Siltcoos Beach Lot: 

Coast Guard North OHV Trail 


Goose Pasture OHV Staging Area

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.9549736, -124.1305032
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Heavy
  • Water
  • Flush Toilet
  • OHV access for class I, II, III

This is a busy staging area that provides access to South Jetty Sand Camping. Large paved parking lot with room for larger trailers. Fills up early.

Directions: Less than 3 miles from Florence OR. Travel 1 miles south on Hwy 101. Take a right on South Jetty Road, travel 1.5 miles to the staging area.


Goose Pasture OHV Staging Area

Trail Access From Goose Pasture Parking Lot:

South Jetty OHV Staging Area

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.95685, -124.1192
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Light
  • Water
  • Flush Toilet
  • Picnic Tables
  • OHV access for class I, II, III


South Jetty OHV Staging Area

Trail Access From South Jetty Parking Lot:

Bull Run OHV Staging Area

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.452452, -124.268847
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Light
  • No water
  • Vault toilet
  • Picnic Tables
  • OHV access for class I, II, III


Bull Run OHV Staging Area

Trail Access From Bull Run Parking Lot:

Horsfall Beach Day Use OHV Staging

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.453666, -124.276294
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Light
  • Water
  • Flush toilet
  • Picnic Tables
  • OHV access for class I, II, III


Horsefall Beach OHV Staging Area

Trail Access From Horsfall Beach Parking Lot:

Old Bark Road OHV Staging Area

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.446065, -124.245844
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Light
  • No water
  • Toilet
  • Picnic Tables
  • OHV access for class I, II, III


Old Bark Road OHV Staging Area

Trail Access From Old Bark Road Parking Lot:

Spinreel OHV Staging Area

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.57031, -124.20558
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Light
  • Water
  • Flush Toilet + Vault Toilet
  • Picnic Tables
  • OHV access for class I, II, III


Spinreel OHV Staging Area

Trail Access From Spinreel Parking Lot:

Umpqua Beach #2 Day Use/ OHV Staging Area

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.64808, -124.2077
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Light
  • No water
  • Vault Toilet
  • OHV access for class I, II, III


Umpqua Beach #2 Staging Area


Umpqua Beach #3 Day Use/ OHV Staging Area

  • Latitude / Longitude: 43.63262, -124.2106
  • Open: 6am – 10pm
  • Fee: $5 per vehicle
  • Usage: Light
  • No water
  • Flush Toilet
  • Picnic Tables
  • OHV access for class I, II, III


Umpqua Beach #3 Staging Area


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Florence Oregon ATV Jamboree

Held annually at the end of July, DuneFest is an extremely popular ATV event at the Oregon Dunes. It’s fun for the whole family with a free style show, drag strip, kid’s riding area, poker run, night riding, concerts, vendors and food.


Wild ATV
  • Dunefest is at the end of July, so expect crowds
  • ATV permits are required
  • Oregon has strict laws applying to children and youth operators (see below)
  • For beach camping you are required to have and use a portable toilet.


.gov FAQ

Everything else you need to know about the Florence Oregon Sand Dunes:

  • Weddings
  • Hunting
  • Swimming
  • Target Shooting
  • Passes
  • Firewood
  • Dogs
  • Etc.

Sand Dune Beach Camping Information

Camp Site Access

  • Access is by 4X4 on soft sand only.
  • Watch for seasonal flooding in some camp sites.
  • Sites are identified by numbered posts; camp within 150ft. of post.
  • Stop at corridor fee station to complete required Sand Camping Permit before heading out on the sand.
  • Display permit tab on each vehicle dash.

Beach Camping Tips

  • Reservations are necessary on all holiday weekend in the summer.
  • Make reservations in the summer. Sites fill up fast, if you want to be sure of getting a site you better make a reservation.
  • Reservations are available from May 1 to September 30.
  • From October 1 to April 30, sites are first come, first served.
  • When making a beach reservations, put in the area you would like to camp (Siltcoos, South Jetty, Umpqua, Horsfall, Spinreel) + “sand camp”. For example: South Jetty Sand Camp
  • There are group sites available.

Florence Dunes Camping Rules

  • Bring all necessary equipment including water, portable toilets and fire pans.
  • There is no drinking water, restrooms or fire rings; please bring all necessary equipment including water, portable toilets and fire pans.
  • Please bring garbage bags; this is a “pack it in, pack it out” facility.
  • Alcohol is prohibited.
  • Occupancy check-in time is 2:00 p.m. and check-out time is 1:00 p.m.
  • Sound limit at the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is 93 decibels.
  • Camp only within designated sites, and within 150 feet of site posts.
  • Drown campfires with water; do not burn cans or bottles.
  • Standard sites are limited to 5 vehicles/20 people. Group sites are limited to 10 vehicles/40 people.
  • Site use is non-transferable, revocable and fee is non-refundable.
  • Violation of conditions may result in a citation, fine and/or revocation of permit.

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Rules Regarding The Oregon Safety Course

  • All ATV and dirt bike riders are required to complete an ATV Safety Education Class.
  •  Only one test/one card is required if you ride both ATVs and dirt bikes.
  •  Dune buggy operators, sand rails, jeeps, 4×4 trucks, and sport utility vehicles (SUV) are exempt from the ATV Safety Education Class, but must possess a valid drivers license.
  •  There are no age exceptions. Regardless of age, you must take this class.
  •  Out of state riders can take an ATV Safety Course in their home state.
  •  You must carry proof of class completion while riding on public lands. (this applies to both OR and out of state course completion).
  •  Classes are free and can be taken online.
  •  There is no minimum age for taking the test.
  •  The class is written at an 8th grade level, so parents may need to go through the test with their children.
  •  You can print out a temporary card to use while you wait for your plastic. card to arrive.
  •  The test takes between 1 – 2 hours.
  •  The test consist of 50 multiple choice questions.
  •  You need to get at least 80% right to pass.
  •  If you don’t get a passing score the first time, you can take the test again. If you fail the test the second time, you will have to go through all the training material again.
  •  You can stop and start the process whenever you want. If you get timed out, you can just sign back in and continue on where you stopped.
  •  You will receive yous ATV Safety card in the by within 30 days.
  •  It’s $8 to get a replacement card.
  • If you rent a dirt bike or ATV in Oregon, they will give you a checklist to complete – this will serve as a temporary 30 day ATV Safety Education Class permit. After that, you will need to take the class.
  •  If you buy a dirt bike or ATV in Oregon, they will give you a checklist to complete – this will serve as a temporary 30 day ATV Safety Education Class permit. After that, you will need to take the class.



Oregon ATV Rules and Regulations

Rules Applying To Children and Youth Operators

  • There is no minimum age for riding a Class I ATV in Oregon.
  •  The minimum age for dirt bike riders is seven years old.
  •  Children must only operate appropriate “rider fit” ATVs. (No kids on adult sized machines.)
  •  Must complete an ATV safety course (must carry permit card)
  •  Adults supervising children must also compete an ATV safety course (must carry permit card)
  •  Children under the age of 16 must also receive hand on training.
  •  After passing the online ATV Safety Education Course, children receive a 6 month Certificate of Completion to practice riding, after which they are required to take a hands on training course.
  • Children between the ages of 7 and 12 must have both a state issued all-terrain vehicle operator permit and be accompanied by someone 18 or older with a valid driver’s license or state issued all-terrain vehicle operator permit.
  • Children under the age of 18 must wear a DOT approved helmet with the chin strap fastened on all-terrain vehicles and motorcycles.

Oregon State and BLM Rules Regarding OHV Use

  • Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class ATV
  • Off-highway vehicles are allowed only on designated routes or areas.
  • The Bureau of Land Management follows Oregon State laws and regulations pertaining to off-highway vehicles.  The term off-highway vehicle refers to all motorized vehicles.
  • You must have a valid driver’s license, state-issued all-terrain vehicle operator permit, or be accompanied by someone 18 or older with a valid driver’s license or operator permit.
  • Flags are required on all vehicles on the dunes (9 feet tall orange or red flag).
  • A State of Oregon off-highway vehicle sticker is required to operate on all lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management in Oregon.  Stickers may be purchased at All Terrain Vehicle dealerships or by calling 1 (800) 551-6949.
  • Use headlights and taillights between dusk and dawn.
  • Mufflers must be maintained at 99 decibels.
  • Out-of-state visitors are required to have their state off-highway vehicle sticker, or must purchase a State of Oregon sticker to ride here.
  • Operate your off-highway vehicle sober, not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  No open liquor containers are allowed. • Stay on designated travel routes between camping and day-use parking areas and the open dunes.
  • Respect the rights of other visitors as you enjoy your visit.
  •  Oregon Out of State ATV Permit Laws
  • To operate on public land, all ATVs / OHVs are required to have an operating permit from either Oregon or one of the accepted reciprocity states listed below.
  • Residents of other states can register their OHVs in Oregon.
  • Oregon has an ATV permit reciprocity system.
  • If your home state accepts Oregon ATV permits then Oregon will also accept your state ATV permit.

Oregon Currently Accepts Out Of State Permits From These States:

  • Arizona         
  • California   
  • Idaho  
  • Indiana
  • Missouri
  • Nevada
  • Pennsylvania 
  • South Carolina
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Washington

RV Camping At The Dunes/ Max Length of RV

Driftwood Il Campground - RV Max Length

Site NumberMaximum RV / Trailer Length (in feet)Width Of Site (in feet)Parking Area (w x l)Pull-ThroughNotes
1261821' x 30'No
2291921' x 30'No
3311921? x 30?No
4341821' x 30'No
5371718' x 33'No
6371921' x 33'NoThis MAY be an ADA site. No tents allowed. Near Restroom
7371718' x 33'No
8372021' x 33'NoThis MAY be an ADA site.
9361718' x 33'NoThis MAY be an ADA site.
10371921' x 33'NoThis MAY be an ADA site.
11341718' x 33'NoThis MAY be an ADA site.
12391921' x 33'NoThis MAY be an ADA site.
13331618' x 33'NoNext to water hydrant
14371821' x 33'NoAcross from water hydrant
15361721' x 33'NoAcross from water hydrant
16361621' x 33'NoAcross from water hydrant
17371621' x 33'NoClose to water
18381521' x 33'No
19401418' x 33'No
20401418' x 33'No
21371624' x 32'No
22311920' x 30'No
23311919' x 30'No
24311919' x 30'No
25321918' x 33'No
26321818' x 33'No
27321717' x 33'No
28331818' x 33'No
29321917' x 32'No
30321718' x 32'No
31311614' x 32'No
32311716' x 31'No
33311617' x 31'No
34301617' x 30'No
35301718' x 30'No
36301617' x 30'No
37311515' x 31'No
38321415' x 31No
393115No
402319NoNo tents
413019NoNo tents
423617No
433617No
443518No
453518No
463519No
473519No
482913NoADA site
492418NoNo fire pits or picnic tables
503820NoNo fire pits or picnic tables.
514419NoNo fire pits or picnic tables.
524919NoNo fire pits or picnic tables.
535818NoNo fire pits or picnic tables.
546118NoNo fire pits or picnic tables.
555918NoNo fire pits or picnic tables. This site has no shade.
565717NoNo fire pits or picnic tables.
575618NoNo fire pits or picnic tables.
585618NoADA site
595612NoADA site. It is close to a water hydrant and gray water dump.
60531920' x 40'No
61492020' x 40'NoADA site with accessible table
62451920' x 40'NoADA site with accessible table
63441820' x 40'NoNext to water hydrant, may be ADA site, does have accessible table
64421920' x 40'No
65422020' x 40'No
66421920' x 40'No
67421920' x 40'No
68Host SiteNo


Horsfall Beach Campground - RV Max Length

Site NumberMaximum RV / Trailer Length (in feet)Width Of Site (in feet)Pull-ThroughNotes
15228No
25328No
36028No
46128No
56029No
65823No
76024NoThis site is 47 feet long. It is 13 feet wide.
86024No
96024No
106023No
116024No
126023No
136021No
145422NoNot reservable. First come first serve.
155223NoADA site
165323NoADA site
175424No
185324No
195323No
205423No
215323No
225423No
235021Yes
245923Yes
255922Yes
265923Yes
276022Yes
282417Yes
292417Yes
305923Yes
316024Yes
326023Yes
336022Yes
342517Yes


Spinreel Campground - RV Max Length

Site NumberMaximum RV / Trailer Length (in feet)Width Of Site (in feet)Pull-ThroughNotes
13017No
22717No
34216No
44014No
53717No
64017NoADA site
72717NoADA site
82718No
94717No
104812No
114715No
12NoThis site doesn't exist
134215No
142917No
154311No
164017No
174015No
184015No
193816No
204218No
214115No
223423No
233820No
244120No
254323No
264218NoADA site
276118No
282818No
293918No
304316No
313318No
323818No
333017No
344214No
353618No
363517No
373815No

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