Though only 18 miles inland from the coast, the half-hour drive to The Chetco River Inn transports you to another world, a place where the lulling sound of river rushing over stone calms the soul. For kicking back and relaxing, you can't imagine a more appropriate spot. To those seeking outdoor activity, the Inn's thirty-five acres offer bird watching, fishing, swimming, and hiking.

The pattern of a day at the Chetco River Inn alternates between solitude and sociability. After a few hours of reading or river watching, it's good to take a hike or share some deck time with other guests. People wanting to explore the coast can easily go to Brookings, Harris, or Whaleshead beaches, Boardman State Park, or Cape Sebastian.

Each season at the inn has its unique qualities. Spring brings a profusion of flowers in Sandra's garden, and the return of migrating birds. Summer offers a chance to escape the coastal fog for a swim in the river, or to hike the pristine Kalmiopsis Wilderness. In the fall, maples add a touch or orange, and you might glimpse a river otter or great blue heron.

Winter brings the long, soaking rainstorms for which the Northwest is well known. These are good times to sit by the fire and just relax. Even in winter, however, brilliantly warm and sunny days result from a peculiar weather phenomenon known as the "Chetco Effect". As a guest at the Chetco River Inn, you will find yourself in the center of an outdoor recreation paradise. Whether your traveling for business, honeymoon, or a romantic weekend getaway, Chetco River Inn Bed and Breakfast will be perfect for you!

Chetco River Inn is located at:

The Chetco River Inn
21202 High Prairie Road
Brookings, OR 97415

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