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Baker Beach Campground features five campsites and access to coastal trails. Campsites have tables and fire rings, with limited facilities for horses. Trails lead from the parking area to the beach and to vistas over looking the dunes to the west and Lily Lake to the east. This campground has no electrical, water, or sewer hookups.

Baker Beach is continuing to be improved. The parking lot is being expanded to allow for better access for horse trailers. A new vault type toilet was installed this past summer. The Baker Beach Campground is quite popular with horseback riders, with easy access to the beach across the dunes. Camping is first-come-first-served as no reservations available.

Canoes, rafts, or other small watercraft may be used at Lily Lake. For those wishing to do so, a short portage over maintained trails is necessary.

Directions: From Florence: Travel north on Highway 101 for approximately 5.5 miles, past Heceta Junction and Sutton Lake, to the campground.

Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Year-round

Facility Type: Campground

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