The Inn is nestled in the Siskiyou National Forest and near the Kalmiopsis Wilderness making it a dream location for outdoor enthusiasts. Each season at the Inn brings new qualities to enjoy. Spring brings a burst of flowers from the gardens, as well as the return of migrating birds. Warm summer days are spent on the river, or biking and hiking in the wilderness. As fall's chilly nights arrive, one may glimpse river otters or herons preparing for winter. Late fall and winter brings the rainstorms for which the Northwest is known, calling all anglers to catch their prize salmon or steelhead. Enjoy the beauty and fun of the Chetco River Inn any time of year.
Swimming
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Our beautiful setting offers acres of river frontage, mini rapids, deep water holes and plenty of water fun for everyone.
Floating
Chetco River Canoe
In the warm summer months, enjoy the scenery and have fun floating down the gentle river. Bring your Kayaks, rafts, inner tubes, floaties...or just use your body.
Hiking/Biking
Chetco River - Salmon Steelhead fishing
Fishing
The Chetco River Inn is bordered on three sides by National Forest with over 30 acres of its own. Perfect to hike, bike, run, and explore.
Enjoy fall salmon, winter steelhead and spring trout
fishing with your family or friends. Fish on your own, or we can recommend local expert guide services. Launch your boat in front of the Inn or fish off the banks.
Activities
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The Chetco River Inn