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Alfred A Loeb State Park, Brookings

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.2/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
Alfred A. Loeb State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Oregon, administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Located on the banks of the Chetco River, the park offers camping, hiking, fishing, swimming, and rafting opportunities. In the parks boundaries are 3 rental cabins, 53 camping sites, a launch area for drift boats, a day use area, and the trail head of a.75 mile trail that the official Web site says leads to northern most redwood grove in the United States.
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  • As native Oregonians, this was our first visit to Alfred A Loeb State Park. What a gem .. . tucked away on the Chetco River, about eight miles inland from Brookings on the Southern Oregon Coast. We we...  read more »
  • After you pull into the park keep going straight and just before the road drops down to the river there is parking on the left. In front of the parking area is a picnic area that ends in a well develo...  read more »
  • Nice place to have a picnic. On the Chetco River and had a nice trail to walk. Enjoyed watching the families swimming and floating down the river. At one spot they had a rope tied to a tree they would...  read more »
  • I have been coming here since the 70s. They have done great job keeping it clean and comfortable. Love this park great morning walk along the river came back to an awesome breakfast. So nice here I'm getting married there on sat.
  • Setting, Awesome. Campsites, so so. If you want to camp somewhere where you feel like being babysit by park rangers then this is the place for you. I heard them threaten our neighbors with a ticket for having a tire of their car off the concrete with a ticket. They are up your a** the whole time. Not a place to go have fun and relax, that is for sure.
  • The only downfall to staying here was that my gps was sending us to a road that lead no where. That was really frustrating. Other than that, it was the nicest place to stay. Super clean cabins for a great price and the view is breathtaking, along with the trails leading to redwood trees. A must see.
  • Perfect place for RV or tent very clean
  • Good for picnic by the river and a couple of small hikes
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