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Nice little road side pull out with no signs, small creek and enough space to park a few units or rv etc. We stayed the night and all was good. fair bit of traffic in the morning but not far from Brookings for a safe nights stay. Got zero cell service on Verizon
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Not nice but ok for a night. no signs for no overnight parking. los of pullouts along the roadReport Check-In
As described. Very foggy as I drove in. Next to a little stream. At maybe 11pm, some dumbass pulled up right next to me in his truck and peeled out. Otherwise a nice and relatively quiet place to sleep near the highwayReport Check-In
As described, large level pull out next to a dry creek bed. The GPS marker is not quite correct, the actual pull out is another minute or two up the road. No one bothered me, and I was the only one here on a Tuesday night. some light night traffic, but it quieted down after around 11pm. Some busier morning traffic. Overall a quiet and safe place just outside BrookingsReport Check-In
As described, a large level pull off. Sadly, no access to the river that I could see. Basically, a quiet spot to sleep near Brookings.Report Check-In
I pulled in around 8pm after grabbing some beers at the local brewers in town. It’s a dark road and minimal traffic.
When I pulled in there was another van already there tucked away in the pullout.
Then around 10:30 am RV pulled in.
It’s quiet and with plenty of room for 6+ vans there and heaps of flat area so you’re not camping at an angle.
Felt very safe I didn’t even lock my doors.
It’s foggy in the morning fyi