We provide space for primitive tent camping among a mature diverse coastal forest . We cannot accommodate RVs as there is simply not enough clearance to maneuver. There are on-site walking trails to explore and off-site beach access within a mile either direction . Seven Devils Wayside day use beach access is just about 1 mile north . Whiskey Run beach is about 1 mile to
We provide space for primitive tent camping among a mature diverse coastal forest . We cannot accommodate RVs as there is simply not enough clearance to maneuver. There are on-site walking trails to explore and off-site beach access within a mile either direction . Seven Devils Wayside day use beach access is just about 1 mile north . Whiskey Run beach is about 1 mile to the west. Either one of these beaches offers miles of walking and exploring . We are just about 2 miles from the base of the Whiskey Run Mountain Bike Trails. The Whiskey Run Mountain Bike trails are beautiful and expansive. They offer beginner to expert runs and are becoming increasingly popular with mountain bike enthusiasts. We are very fortunate to have this growing trail system in our backyard. It is also a great place to hike but avoid injury by keeping your ears open and making sure to move off the trail to let bikers pass uninterrupted. The quaint town of Bandon is approximately 8 miles to the south and offers several wonderful restaurants, cafés, bakeries, boutique shops and art galleries. The beaches in Bandon are among the most beautiful beaches in the U.S.. There are many sea stacks that lend to their gorgeous dramatic scenery. Something not to miss, if you are fortunate enough to be here when they are drawn, is Circles in The Sand. These amazing artfuly crafted walking labyrinths are a sight to behold. They are temporary as they are drawn on specific dates, at low tide, and wash away with the incoming tide. As you are walking the spectacular Bandon beaches, keep your eyes peeled for special bottles hidden for you to discover, "Message in a bottle". The Coquille River is about 5 miles to the south of Whiskey Run Base Camp. There is kayak access at Bullards State Park as well as walking paths, the Coquille Lighthouse and beach access. There is so much to explore in Beautiful Bandon and just beyond. We are adventurous outdoor recreational enthusiasts and happy to be a point of reference for activities, dining and whatever else we might be able to help with. We are frequently on the property where you will be camping and may even be out there camping ourselves. We live and work in town so we almost always close by. The three sites are separate from each other and have designated parking.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Whiskey Run Moutain Bike Trails, Winchester Trails, endless miles of beach. Bike rentals available in Bandon.
Parking and boat launches at Bullards state park , Rocky point , riverton and Bradley Lake
Coquille River, Bradly lake and the Pacific ocean
Winchester Trails, Whiskey Run trails, South Slough Estuary, New River, Black lock,
Bandon Riding Stables for guided beach rides.
Kayaking and SUP on the Coquille, Bradley lake and the rare flat day on the Pacific ocean.
Whiskey Run beach is a popular windsurfing, kiteboarding and winging spot
Finicky but we do find our spots
Whales during migration, seals, birds
Natural features you'll find at Whiskey Run Base Camp in Oregon.
Coastal range camping in the forest with close beach access
Camping among a mature forest
Places to see near Whiskey Run Base Camp, Bandon
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Don’t miss whiskey run!
Beautiful, quiet and secluded camp. Jean has taken care of little details that make it so comfortable. Easy to get to whiskey run bike trails and into Bandon for restaurants etc.
Already planning our next visit!
We were impressed right away with the timely, clear communication from Jean—from the time we booked through our entire stay. Jean made sure we were able to find the place easily and that we knew what to expect. It was clear right away that Jean cares about Whiskey Run and has put a tremendous amount of love into it. The trails throughout the land are magical. Our campsite had plenty of great tent spots nestled among the trees. The portable toilet was clean and well maintained. Even though the camp feels like you're truly out away from it all, it was nice to be a quick trip from both the beach and the adorable town of Bandon. We're already planning our next trip to Whiskey Run and this is definitely our go-to spot on the Southern Oregon Coast now.
Beautiful place to camp👍🏻 site 3 👍🏻
We loved every bit of this camp spot, excellent hospitality and a very very clean construction style portapotty! spot
3 if the best imo there’s a wheel barrow in place to get gear into the spot. Which isn’t far. Maybe 100-150 ft