Seven Devils State Recreation Site near Bandon, Oregon, sits on the beautiful Southern Oregon Coast. The park has 54 acres of recreation space on the Oregon Coast for you and your family and furry friends to enjoy. Over 75,000 people visit the park every year.
The park is beautiful, sandy, and connects to miles of beachfront walking area. Seven Devils State Recreation Site is a beautiful destination for all kinds of sandy beach fun for all. On your visit to Seven Devils, you may find agates in the sand or enjoy a walk along the beach with your pup.
The beach is also a great place for fishing and picnicking. There are even tables available for convenience. Bonfires on the beach are currently prohibited. Barbecues and grills that can be shut off with a valve are allowed. Exercise caution and do not leave cooking devices unattended.
Seven Devils State Recreation Site is much less populated than the other beaches nearby, but that results in a quiet, peaceful visit to the sand and sea. If you bring your dog to Seven Devils State Recreation Site, keep them leashed and under control. Bring waste bags and respect park rules and other park guests.
Clean up pet waste and do not allow your dog to bother others or the local wildlife. Seven Devils State Recreation Site is open daily for day-use only, open from dawn to dusk. There are no fees required for admission or use, and no reservations are necessary.
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay the night, there are plenty of other options in Bandon and the surrounding region. If you’re near Bandon, or you’re looking to spend the day at the beach, bring your dog and a picnic and come play for an afternoon at Seven Devils State Recreation Site. The beautiful Oregon Coast is always worth a visit.