We enjoyed our stay at At Rivers Edge. It was close to everything we needed and a great place to be able to work. We had been at Harris State Beach and loved it but could not get connection enough to work. We worked from At River on Starlink and had a great connection. We loved being right by the river and enjoying watching the birds, a seal and eagles. The Laundryroom worked well for a refresh and the lady helping in the front office was super friendly and a big help.
Very pleasant setting and well maintained nicely situated by the Chetco river. Helpful and pleasant staff. We were parked in a premium site which was not spacious especially when either side were monstrous motorhomes; it was almost claustrophobic. If you feel the need to be able to breathe try a luxury site. Other than that all was good and worthier anotherisit
At Rivers Edge was a pleasant surprise to us. In the small town of Brookings and more in land from the ocean, the driveway opened up to an amazing view of the crystal clear river. We stayed in a cabin which was quaint and cozy, had everything you need and a fire pit. Lots of space and you didn’t feel like everything was too close to one another. The bathrooms were sparkling clean, .25 cents for 8 minutes and hot water came quickly. You can go down the the river’s edge (quite literally) and swim if you like as well. We would not hesitate to stay here again. It was beautiful and we enjoyed our stay thoroughly!
Tight squeeze @ AtRivers Edge. The sites are not what I would call spacious. You are squeezed in pretty tight not enough room for our awning to fully extend and just enough room for a chair and walkway between RVs. The picnic table had to be in front of our RV so we are inside. There was no fire ring at our site, for obvious reasons. There were several along the River bank mostly used by those RVers right there. It is right above the Chetco River and a short walk to the actual river. The internet is much to be desired, never could get it to work for us. Cant review the restrooms as we are self contained and did not use them. The staff was friendly, I’d give 5 stars for them.
We are full-time RVers, and we love the entire Oregon coast but had never stayed in Brookings before. We picked AtRivers Edge RV Resort, and we are glad we did. First of all, it’s a beautiful location right on the Chetco River, about a mile east of Brookings. The staff is very nice and helpful. We had a bit of a problem with our original site, and the lady in the office was able to find us another site which worked just fine. The gentleman who got us parked and situated was very helpful. We gladly recommend it to any RVers coming to the area.
The park is 2 miles out of town so no need to worry about traffic noise. However, there is constant noise from the gravel pit across the river and spaces are VERY narrow. Our awning came within 2 feet of touching the side of the motorhome in the adjoining space. Some of the units there are very worn out with junk piled around and what looks like mold all over. Although the park touts the river, there is no way to get to the river unless you walk about 200 yards down a road that has a sign that says "Do not enter without written permission." I will not go back.
We stayed for 4 nights and really enjoyed our stay. Staff was great, campground was clean, power & utilities were excellent. It was obvious they took good care of everything. Plenty of room to maneuver our 40’ Motorhome. We stayed in one of the pull-thru sites and had plenty of room with car attached. The resort was divided in two sections with what appeared to be permanent folks and short timers like us. They offered glamping tents & cabins too. We do not use bathrooms or laundry. The ONLY negative is the spacing between the sites was narrow. We will definitely return next time we are in the area.
What a joy to have stayed here. Wish it could of been longer. Everything about this park was wonderful. People were great. The sites were spacious and clean. Bathrooms and showers were spotless. All this and the view of the river and proximity to so many state parks was perfect. Definitely a return visit.
We booked 2 nights there. Will not go back. Way too much concrete for us plus there’s no way to walk along the river. Thinking that they are not very welcoming to dogs. There are numerous signs throughout the park prohibiting dog from walking anywhere except the concrete. There is a gravel pit across the river that has machinery working all day long.
Convenient to restaurants, the harbor etc. The only suggestion I have is parents need to watch their children more closely. They were riding their bikes in and out of sites. Parents seemed clueless. But all in all a very nice experience.