We decided to stay here as we were out of water and tanks full and it was getting late. Campground was almost FULL which was surprising to us this time of year. Tip: if you are passing through you can use the day use stations on the left of the fork (campground on the right of the fork) where they have fresh water stations and fish cleaning stations to fill up. There is absolutely NO overnight locations around the dunes in said day use stations, and it is patrolled by rangers. Keep driving 3 miles from the fork and you’ll hit the lighthouse, which looked like a wonderful paved bike ride if you decided to camp here overnight.
Same day reservations are NOT possible, so it’s a good idea to call ahead and see how many spots they have available here before showing up. We pod $30 for a full hookup and are still new to the glamping world with our slide in camper. Did you know that a full hookup means you can drain your black water tank directly from your campsite? Who knew?? We didn’t!!! Enjoy your stay and keep our forests green people 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
Place: Bullards Beach State Park
Location: 43.15402, -124.39952