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To the west, the wild Pacific ocean beckons, and to the east, the Siskiyou Mountains range looms, hinting at untold adventures. RV camp at Riverside RV Resort for the best of both worlds. Riverside RV Resort has one extra perk: easy access to Chetco River, which is known as one of Oregon’s “big fish” rivers. Fish weighing over 30 pounds, and occasionally 40 and 50 pounds, have been caught in this waterway.
Riverside RV Resort is a family-run facility. Capable of hosting around 50 RVs, the facility offers full hookups with a range of electric hookup options of 20, 30, or 50 amps. There are restrooms with warm showers, a laundry room, and the recreation/clubhouse also has a free book library ideal for a rainy day. The dog-friendly campground also has a fenced dog-run so that the four-legged companions can stretch their legs.
The closest large town is Brookings, and the downtown area is within walking distance of about one mile to the southwest. The town, though small, has a handful of fast-food restaurants, a wide variety of restaurants and retail shops, and department stores. Book an RV in Curry County, OR, and get ready to embark on a memorable RV camping trip on the wild Oregon coast.
After arriving in a rental Airstream, take a stroll down to the beach with a camera. This stretch of rocky, rugged Oregon coast is famous for dramatic storms and impressively high waves. Just offshore are several sea stacks and rock formations that help set the scene. Landscape and ocean photographers will have a hard time taking a bad photograph. Nearby Harris Beach State Park has a few miles of sandy beaches that are more easily accessed from the clifftops.
In addition to offshore fishing for tuna and small sharks, Cheto River is considered one of the top salmon rivers in Oregon. Anglers regularly pull in Chinook and steelhead catches ranging from 40 pounds to 50 pounds. A state-record salmon, which weighed an astounding 65 pounds, was caught in 2017. Alternatively, charter a boat and head out into the deep sea in a quest to catch albacore tuna, cabezon, opah, mackerel, or halibut. There’s nothing like fresh fish prepared over a roaring campfire outside an RV rental.
Inland, there are several hiking trails that meander through the foothills of the Siskiyou Mountains. Though Northern California is famous for its towering redwood trees, there are a few groves on the Oregon side of the border, due east of Harbor, OR. These groves of redwoods are a few centuries younger than their California counterparts but are no less impressive. The larger trees easily span 10 to 15 feet across in diameter.
Near Carpentersville, OR is an interesting geological section of the coast called Natural Bridges Viewpoint. From this vista point, several stone bridges, formed by endless waves pounding on the rock, are visible. Brave adventurers can make their way over these bridges, though the terrain can be treacherous, and safety precautions are advised. These stone bridges and rock formation form a protective ring around a section of turquoise water in which sharks occasionally swim.
Travel along the Oregon coast in the comforts of a rental motorhome. Follow the contours of the wild coast as waves crash ashore, at times impossibly close to the road itself. The coastal scenic byway passes through several small fishing towns, ports, and historic villages that are chock full of charm and interesting locals. Along the way, watch for lighthouses that stand sentinel, guiding boats and ships on their very long journey into the Pacific ocean. Battery Point Lighthouse and Museum near Crescent City is one of the older lighthouses on California’s coast. Built-in 1855, it faced off a tsunami created by the strongest earthquake on record in 1964 and survived intact. The lighthouse and museum are open to tours on weekends only during low tides.
The art and science of craft beer are strong in both Oregon and California. Also in Crescent City is a popular brewery, Seaquake Brewing, which was named in honor of that infamous 1965 tsunami. The award-winning brewing company specializes in IPAs but also offers delicious ales and porters. Several other coastal towns, such as Gold Beach, OR, have local up-and-coming breweries for visitors to tour in search of the perfect beer, too.
With the help of the perfect rental Airstream, exploring the attractions of southwestern Oregon is an idyllic experience. Hit the beach or head inland for hiking adventures. Rent an RV and find your ideal adventure in Oregon.