AtRivers Edge RV Resort

Address: 98203 South Bank Chetco River Road, Brookings, Oregon, 97415, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 98203 South Bank Chetco River Road, Brookings, is near Harris Beach State Park, Brookings, and Azalea Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Brookings

      Pacific Coast - tree-rific

      A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Aug 13, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... unsere Spontanität nicht so recht aufging. Als wir einige wenige Tage vor der geplanten Ankunft in San Francisco das Hostel buchen wollten, war es bereits so teuer, dass wir beschlossen San Francisco ersteinmal zu überspringen und später in unsere Reiseplanung aufzunehmen, da wir sowieso nochmal nach Norden wollten um den Hwy 1 zwischen San Francisco und LA zu sehen. Alles was wir von San Francisco hatten war somit die Skyline, der Radiosender und der Nachmittagsstau. ...

      Spectacular Oregon Coastline!

      A travel blog entry by bepski on Jul 22, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... across the street from the RV Park.It was a wonderful introduction to the beauty of this part of the west coast of the U.S, where every beach has public access and the vistas are spectacular. There is so much timber that washes up on the beaches that it has become an Oregon tradition to build driftwood "forts" on the beach, which can be enjoyed by everyone, until the ocean washes them away!


      Fabulous Fishing!

      A travel blog entry by jan3boys on Jul 03, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... of the harbor. The Coast Guard was out on maneuvers that morning as well, and we got a few shots of their activities. We also got up-close looks at the different types of buoys used in the harbor: a whistle buoy at one mile, that is activated by the ocean swells, and a bell buoy at a half-mile, also triggered by the rise and fall of the sea.

      (We made fish tacos the next day with the snapper, and it was delicious!)

      That afternoon, ...

      Day 152 - Drive/Gold Beach, OR/Crescent City, CA

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Sep 28, 2013

      2 comments, 41 photos

      ... lighthouse was built on an isthmus and is only accessible during low tide. During high tide, the lighthouse becomes inaccessible. It then becomes the most photographed scene along the America's Wild River Coast.

      The marina in this town is very interesting. EVERY boat is launched out by pulley's each night to avoid damage from the strong tides.


      The mightiest trees of all time!

      A travel blog entry by eaz on Jul 29, 2013

      33 photos

      ... waves rolling in and out... She crept closer and closer till her feet were covered with ocean waves and sand... And again, and again! Ma and pa enjoyed spicy Italian sausages with grilled portobello mushrooms, zozo hit the hay hard after a long and active day. We stayed up late stoking the fire and sipping on local beers. When all the wood had been burned and our food was safely packed away in our bear proof box, we joined zozo in our ...