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Winchuck Campground

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

Phone:
541-412-6000
Basics
Number of Sites:
15 sites
Elevation:
100 feet

Description

Located adjacent to the Winchuck River, just minutes from ocean beaches, 13 miles to Port of Brookings and town, 30 minutes drive to the Redwoods of northern California. Barrier free campground, restroom facilities, river access trail, 15 camp sites, picnic and parking area, drinking water, camp host on site.

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Details

Season
May to September
Elevation
100 feet
Basic Info
Total Sites:
15 sites

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

One mile north of the California/Oregon border, 13 miles south of Brookings. From US Highway 101 via County Road 896 to Forest Service Road 1107.


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