Fall Colors on the Chetco River ~ Brookings, Oregon
The Chetco River begins in the rugged, isolated terrain of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness and makes its way down to the Pacific, separating the towns of Brookings and Harbor. Almost all the river is located in the Siskiyou National Forest, except for the lower 5 miles. In winter, salmon and steelhead fishing are the primary recreational uses. In summer, fishing, swimming, boating, camping, and picnicking are the major attractions. The river features many vehicle-friendly gravel bars that extend along several sections of the river of which are a popular destination for locals during the summertime to swim, camp, barbeque, and lounge in the sun along the beauty of the crystal-clear waters.
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If you or someone that you know is thinking about buyer or selling on the Southern Oregon Coast, contact Amy Myrah at (541) 661-0231 or stop by Beckley & Company Real Estate, located in the heart of downtown Brookings at 600 Chetco Ave. www.AmyMyrah.com
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