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Little Redwood Campground


Little Redwood Campground has been closed.

For information on reopening call the Forest Service or click on the link under Contact Information

Campground Description:  Little Redwood Campground is owned and operated by the US Forest Service.  Little Redwood Campground is a fully developed campground with paved roads, paved RV camping sites and water.  Little Redwood Campground offers modern pit toilets and access to the Wild and Scenic Chetco River.  While fishing is the biggest draw, hiking, swimming, wildlife viewing and bicycling are quite popular.  Little Redwood is big enough for tent camping and smaller RV camping units.  Food, shopping and services are available in Brookings.  Reservations are not possible.  Open May 15 to September 15.

Number of Sites:  12

Electricity:  No

Water:  In a few distributed locations

Sewer:  No

Waste Water Dump Station:  No, a dump station is available at Harris Beach State Park, 1 mile north of Brookings on Highway 101.

Directions:  From Brookings, turn east off US Highway 101 onto the North Bank, Chetco River Road (County Road 784). This becomes Forest Service Road 1376. Little Redwood is approximately 15.4 miles from Brookings

Fishing:  Little Redwood is a river bar on the wild and scenic Chetco River.  The Chetco is one of the most productive fisheries in Oregon.  Salmon and Steelhead are abundant, in season, in addition to trout.  Ask in Brookings about trout and other species.  From the Forest Service web page: "The Chetco receives healthy runs of winter steelhead exceeding 20 pounds and fall Chinook salmon exceeding 50 pounds. Licensed fishing guides are available to float this section on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. The river fishes well when flows are between 2,000 and 4,000 cfs and the levels are receding. Side-drifting for winter steelhead and back-bouncing for Chinook salmon are preferred methods of fishing this stream, although other tactics will catch fish. The Chetco River on the National Forest has high water quality and clears quickly after storms."

Astronomy Opportunities:  Yes, on the rocky shoreline of the Chetco River which might be somewhat treacherous after dark.  Even at that, the sky view is limited by the opposite hills.  For those with computerized telescopes, the exact location is 42.154° N, 124.146° W

Nearby Golfing: 

Salmon Run Golf Course
99040 S Bank Chetco River Rd
Brookings, OR  97415-8239
(877) 423-1234
(541) 469-4889
Salmon Run Golf Course Web Site

Contact Information: 

Gold Beach Ranger District
Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
29279 Ellensburg Avenue
Gold Beach, OR  97444
Phone: 541-247-3600
Little Redwood Campground

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The sign at the entrance to Little Redwood Campground


Because of its closure, Little Redwood Campground will require extensive maintenance before reopening


One of the many great camping sites at Little Redwood Campground


All roads are paved at Little Redwood Campground



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