- Motor vehicle travel is prohibited from the northerly beach access parking area at Bullards Beach State Park (43° 08.9484', Mile 104), southerly to north of China Creek (43° 04.3938', Mile 98), except as follows: Motor vehicles are allowed at any time on the ocean shore at the south jetty of the Coquille River between (43° 07.3566', Mile 102) and (43° 07.3398', Mile 102).
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Mile 99 Reports (9)
October 11, 2014 - Ron BandonA crowd of 20 -- a big turnout for this beach in the fall -- attracted by a calm foggy day (about to turn sunny) and a high King Tide that made for dramatic surf-watching. The summer buildup of sand was rapidly eroding around rocky headlands, with wave run-up as...read more
April 21, 2013 - azbeachWestern Gull hanging -- dangling by leg/foot, apparently having been caught up in fishing line, on Haystack Rock. The aqua/green mass above and south of the WEGU is the line.Reported personally to mile 99 coastwatcher, and USF&W.read more
August 16, 2009 - D BilderbackWe were sitting on the warm sand measuring a beached bird for the COASST program with Bill Bridgeland and Robin Rauch when a small tick-like animal came scurrying across the sand toward us. Bill was able to immediately recognize it as a pseudoscorpion! Pseudoscorpions look like scorpions but do not...read more
December 30, 2008 - Doug CHad a break in the storms and caught a great morning. Calm, sunny and in the low 50's. Plant material (wood pieces, small branches), Bull Kelp and seaweed littered the beach due to the storms. Also found a lot of plastic bottles, fishing floats and debris, and styrofoam particles. One...read more
November 6, 2007 - Eric & SueNice calm day with only three people and a dog on the beach. The tide was very low, and I saw very little garbage on the beach. About a half dozen 2"-5" crabs on a rock near Haystack Rock had been eaten by birds. I did not cover much of...read more
October 1, 2007 - Eric & SueThere were at least eight to ten dead gulls. All had been dead for quite awhile and were near the high tide line. About a half dozen people and one dog. Lots of sea palms and some kelp on beach. Also clear jelly fish parts. More mussels on the beach...read more
August 15, 2007 - D BilderbackWe are filing this report on Mile 99 to document the dead female Salmon Shark (Lamna ditropis) that we found washing up onshore. This week has been very warm, and the wind as been from the south so there is a "down-welling" condition. Also, the water is quite warm, in...read more
May 25, 2007 - Eric & SueCrab and Mole crab casings in driftline. Large chunk of styrofoam in surf line and a large fish net next to creek. Watched an Oystercatcher nest on the rock south of Haystack Rock. Large water heater on high beach. Five pigeons and a lot of swallows collecting mud. About 5...read more