Horse Riding in Bandon
To the north is a wonderful facility at Bullard's Beach State Park which caters to those who want to camp and ride.
To the south is Floras Lake that offers excellent riding trails.
Bandon has a private horse facility with rentals
Bullard's Beach State Park
Bullards State Park is located two miles north of Bandon, OR, and features campsites, 13 yurts, and year-round camping. The horse camp has access to the beach and dunes.
Bullards Beach State Park features fishing and crabbing opportunities and boat launch facilities on the Coquille River.
Within the park is the Coquille River Lighthouse which runs tours and displays lighthouse exhibits.
Between March and May and again in the fall, visitors may observe migrating gray whales as they travel up and down the Oregon coast.
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Blacklock Point is one of the most beautiful spots on the coast, but few are willing to make the hike to see it. The view to the south is of Cape Blanco and the beam from the lighthouse is clearly visible. To the north is a view of the spectacular yellow cliffs (access to the beach below the cliffs is from the north end near Floras Lake and should only be hiked at low tide). The hike to Floras Lake offers access to the beach and the southern edge of Floras Lake. The Blacklock Point - Floras Lake hike is unlike many of those on the Oregon coast in that it is nearly flat and can be used by mountain bikes and equestrians. The hike starts at a small parking area near a local airport and heads to scenic viewpoints along cliffs, then north to the beaches along Floras Lake. A loop to both Blacklock Point and Floras Lake is a 10 mile (16 km) round trip. The hike to Blacklock Point is about a 4 mile (6.5 km) round trip. There are at least two unofficial camping spots ... more
Bandon Beach Riding Stables
541-347-3423 (stables) or
541- 347-3946 (home)
54629 Beach Loop Road
Too Tall Overnight Horse Motel
47698 Hwy. 101