Free Guide to Northwest Camping
Sixes River Campground
Campground Description: Sixes River Campground is owned and operated by the Bureau of Land Management. Sixes River Campground is most popular with two specific groups of people: 1)fishermen and 2) gold seekers. In the mid 1850s gold was discovered in the area. Still today, people come to the Sixes River to try their luck at panning. Fishermen come to the Sixes River to fish for native Steelhead, Salmon and sea run cutthroat trout. Sixes River Campground offers tent camping and has RV camping sites big enough for larger motor homes. Groceries and some shopping is available in Port Orford. Open April 1 to September 30. Reservations are not possible.
Number of Sites: 19
Waste Water Dump Station: No. The nearest waste disposal is at the Chevron station in Port Orford. A small fee is required
Directions: From Highway 101 northbound or southbound, drive to the town of Sixes. Turn east on Sixes River Road and follow for approximately 11 miles to the campground.
Fishing: In season fish for native Steelhead and Salmon. Sixes River also supports sea run cutthroat trout.
Astronomy Opportunities: None, there are too many trees
Nearby Golfing:Cedar Bend Golf Course 34391 Cedar Valley Rd Gold Beach, OR 97444 (541)247-6911 Cedar Bend Golf Course Bandon Face Rock Golf Course 3235 Beach Loop Dr SW Bandon, OR 97411 (541)329-1927 Bandon Face Rock Golf Course
Contact Information:Coos Bay District Bureau of Land Management 1300 Airport Lane North Bend, OR 97459 (541) 756-0100 Sixes River Campground
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