Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Reedsport
(4.6/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Hiking, paddling, wildlife viewing, camping, picnicking, sand play and beach access - the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area has it all.

While famous for its OHV riding opportunities, the Oregon Dunes also offers many areas for those who are not OHV enthusiasts. Wheelchair accessible sites like Lagoon or Taylor Dune Trail and Oregon Dunes Day Use open the wonders of the Oregon Dunes to all forest visitors.
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  • Even if your not ready to take a buggy up there - just the massiveness of this area is worth the stop. Just going there to sit in the sand and reflect on the beauty and the music that the ocean offers...  more »
  • Rain or shine, there are riders on the dunes. Pick a spot to stop and watch others having fun - and then return with your own vehicle! 
  • The dunes are beautiful and frequently offer spectacular ocean views from the top. They are worth stopping to see. 
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  • The most fun! So many hills be careful of people coming up or down the other sides. There's beach access with your quads or razors or any off road vehicles and on for that matter. Looove
  • To put it simply, these dunes are awesome! They are really fun to run down (and a struggle to climb :) ) and the sand is really fine and nice for bare feet. There is no litter anywhere to be seen which is a really big plus. I hiked the dunes to the beach which I would really recommend doing: it's really rewarding and only takes about 30 minutes to get there. Have fun!
  • For Coos Bay/North Bend, the beach area here, called Horse falls, is the ideal beach to stroll along. Majestic views. If you go to walk the beach, go to your left when you are looking at the beach as it is safe from vehicles and atvs.
  • We couldnt find where to rent the buggies, so we ended up walking in the dunes. There is no signaling and we reach the buggie tracks. It was fun, we where all alone.
  • Awesome camp grounds, beaches, dunes for OHV recreating, and very clean everywhere I looked. I love Oregons dedication to conservation and tourism.