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About Redwood Bar Dispersed Camping

This dispersed campsite for tents or small trailers, is located on the Recreation portion of the Wild and Scenic Chetco River. Enjoy summer fun in the crystal clear waters of this outstanding river. There are a few shaded spots that can be found along the tree line.  Picnicking, sunbathing, swimming, floating and other forms of non-motorized water sports are possible. Facilities Camp where you want No drinking water Vault toilet Garbage disposal from May 15 through September 15

Operator
National Forest
Access
Features
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Showers
RVs and Trailers
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
Location
Redwood Bar Dispersed Camping is located in Oregon
Latitude
42.1635 N
Longitude
-124.1433 W
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Directions
From Brookings, Oregon, turn off US Highway 101 onto the North Bank Chetco River Road (County Road 784). This becomes Forest Road 1376. Redwood Bar is approximately 6 miles from the Forest boundary on Forest Road 1376, just past the Little Redwood Campground.
2 Reviews of Redwood Bar Dispersed Camping
FREE is always good.....

When we need a free place to stay over on the southern Oregon coast, Redwood bar works. It can sometimes be a party place, especially on weekends but go during the week and you might have the place all to yourselves. Be care diving out on the gravel bar, have seen some big rigs get stuck. The water in the river is amazing and as clean as you can get.

First to Review
It wonderful and quiet and perfect here!

We once stumbled upon this pace by accident. Had an amazing first day of adventuring so spent a second night. Its dispersed camping in the Siskiyou National Forrest. So find a place that you like and stay there. Only want to light fires in existing fire pits. Everything was so moist from recent rein we found it difficult to get a fire going. Once we did the wahoo.

Theres mostly hiking/meanderring here. If your not satisfied with that beat it! The Redwoods here were fantastic. Not as grandiose as the California red woods but more quiet, less people. In 2 days we only saw one other group.

Cheers!