Bullards Beach State Park is 2 mi. n. on US 101. The Coquille River Lighthouse is on the north jetty. It is reached by road through the day-use area and features an exhibit and tours. Park activities include camping, hiking, kite flying, beachcombing and bicycling. A horse camp, yurts (domed tents) and wildlife viewing areas are available; interpretive programs are presented in summer. Swimming is not recommended.
Migrating gray whales can be seen from nearby Face Rock Wayside.
Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted.