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Miller Bar Campground

Contact Info
Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
539 Chetco Ave.
P.O. Box 4580
Brookings, OR

Phone:
541-412-6000
Basics
Elevation:
100 feet

Description

Located on the Recreation portion of the Wild and Scenic Chetco River, less than a 1/2 hour drive from the coastal town of Brookings, Oregon. Enjoy summer fun in the crystal clear waters of this outstanding river. Picnicking, sunbathing, swimming, floating and other forms of non-motorized water sports are possible.

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Details

Elevation
100 feet

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Brookings, turn off US Highway 101 onto the North Bank, Chetco River Road (County Road 784). This becomes Forest Service Road 1376. Miller Bar is approximately 2 miles from the Forest boundary on Forest Service Road 1376.


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