Camped here one night, using van/tent. I would not usually come to an RV centered camp ground like this but there was little else available in the area. Its a 8 mile drive up a nice windy( paved) road from Brookings so not far from supplies and gas.
I got extremely lucky in that the camp was almost full but i got space#11..which was the best i saw for tent camping. quite private..most of the other spaces are wide open.
Hosts were not noticed..which i like, bathrooms were clean and flushing. Very near the roadwhich was surprisingly busy with large pick ups even after midnight..i guess heading to the ther river side camp sites further up into the forest.
I would say this park is definitely geared more for those who have RV’s. It was a Friday at 2 pm and I got last site available. No trees, no grass, and the ground was so hard I had to soak ground to get stakes in for tent. It was pretty loud till at least midnight. There was a ton of dogs so if you don’t have one that’s trained I would suggest not taking it here. The bathrooms were kept clean. The river access is great and the day use space is nice with lots of picnics tables. You can pay with card at this place which was great cause I never carry cash.
Great Campground. First come first serve unfortunately. The fresh water river leading to the ocean is awesome and kids can swim across with no problem. Another huge bonus is you are minutes away from the beach. I highly recommend this campground!
North side of Chetco River. 8 miles east of Brookings. First come First Serve. BE there early, people try to save spots for friends but you better be paying for the spot. We stayed for one night, by the next morning as we were loading up, kids were riding their bikes saw we were going to leave and one stayed by while the other went to get parents, who checked with us and went to pay for the spot we were vacating. $24 a night with water and elec. $7 for extra vehicles. Do have three cabins that are reservable through ReserveAmerica. You are close to a Redwood Natural Trailhead loop. From campground to trailhead is .8 miles, then a 1.2 mile loop. Round trip 4miles, can drive up to park at trailhead. This was the only Oregon State Park that would not allow fires at the time we visited.
Great cabins overlooking the river! This site is close enough to make day trips to the beach and Brookings for any forgotten supplies or for dinner if you do not feel like cooking. We will be returning!
Electric and water hook ups. No sewer. Worth every penny. Close to the river without being in the middle of the day use business. Sites are spread out enough that you don’t feel like you are on top of your neighbors. HOSTS WERE AWESOME. New to the RV game, but this will be hard to beat as one our favorites.
Have stayed at Loeb many times over the past 37 years -- tent camping, cabin camping, and now tent-trailering -- and it has been fun every time.
The showers are great. Short walk to the super-clean Chetco River for swimming and salamander-camping. Twenty minute drive to the ocean beaches. Good hosts. Fun watching kids ride their bikes around and around. Grassy park-lawn section for croquet or bocce ball.
Another stop along the beautiful coast. What a great place to stay right along the river. Others at the campsite seemed to have issues with park security but we didn’t encounter anything like that. Nothing too special about the campsites, but the park is very nice.