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Alfred A Loeb State Park, Brookings

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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 head of a 0.75-mile (1.2 km) trail that the official Web site says leads to northernmost coastal redwood grove in the United States.

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  • The California Redwoods don't acknowledge the state border, so there are a few nice little redwood groves in Oregon. The Redwood nature hike that starts in Loeb State Park is a great appetizer for a.....  more »
  • We (my wife, our friend, our dog, and I)went on a not too taxing two mile hike on this beautiful trail. Gorgeous, quiet, and peaceful; it was an absolute delight!  more »
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  • We have come to Alfred A. Loeb State Park time and time again and it fantastic every time. Park hosts are friendly and courteous, grounds are always maintained. Campsites are always clean and are close walking distance to the river. Your stay can be whatever you choose to make of it, lazy and leisurely or true camping. Great for large group who have people at different speeds. Brookings is just a short drive away, so if you forget something local grocery stores are not too far away.
  • Oregon State Parks best kept secret! A hidden gem! Harris Beach was full so we were directed here by the camp host. Its first-come-first-served, unlike most of the parks. They should all be that way. Anyway we kayaked, grilled, stayed right on the water, and the showers were really nice too!

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