Sandbeach caters to the off-road vehicle crowd more than anything else, which means it may not be the best area to take your canine if they're skittish, as the noise can be quite daunting. The locally famous dunes that line the ocean's coast here provide hundreds of acres' worth of racing area, open to any individuals with dune buggies or 4 wheelers. The state of Oregon is fairly strict about licensing, so be sure to get your vehicle registered before you hit these twists and turns.
The areas off of the coast in Sandbeach offer scenic forested regions, perfect for an afternoon stroll with Fido. The campgrounds are part of the larger Siuslaw National Forest, a pristine natural landscape that boats both paved and unpaved hiking trails. The diversity of the landscape here means there are several different animal species that populate the area, so make sure to take your canine on a hike and see what you can spot!
A total of 63 sites are available in Sandbeach, all of which come standard with campfire rings and paved parking slots at each site. None of these campsites are electric, so make sure to bring any gadgetry you might need to keep devices charged. Flush toilets and taps for potable water are found in a few different parts of the campground, which means you'll never have to walk a mile up the road when nature calls. For canine campers, there are a few extra rules. Fido is to be on a restraint at all times. Additionally, dogs aren't allowed in indoor spaces like picnic pavilions or restroom facilities.
As Sandbeach is part of the larger Siuslaw National Forest, overnight guests have park admission bundled into their campsite pricing. Sandbeach Campground is immensely pawpular, so be sure to book your site in advance to avoid disappointment!