Alfred A. Loeb State Park

 Your first impression of Loeb may well be the fresh scent of the myrtlewood forest … a crisp, eucalyptus-like fragrance. The park is nestled in a grove of these lovely trees, many of which are well over 200 years old. The pristine Chetco River runs clean and clear along the southeast edge of the park. 

 Several campsites and three rental cabins face this scenic river. During the year, you can fish, swim and raft, or walk the self-guided Riverview nature trail. The river offers some of the finest fall and winter salmon and steelhead fishing on the south coast. You can plunk from the bank or try your luck on a drift boat. Throughout spring and summer you may see scampering squirrels, soaring osprey, or a family of river otters frolicking in the water. 

 The northern-most redwood grove in the U.S. can be found at the end of the Riverview Trail by crossing the North Bank Road and hiking the 1-mile U.S. Forest Service Redwood loop. 

 Campground info  

  •  47 first-come, first-served electrical sites (50 amp) with water 
  •  Three reservable rustic log cabins (one pet-friendly
  •  Flush toilets and hot showers 
  •  River and gravel bar access for fishing 
  •  Firewood for sale 
  •  Sorry, no dump station  

 Universal Access
One campsite and one cabin are accessible to campers with disabilities.

Reserve cabin: 800-452-5687 Park business line: 541-469-2021