Brookings is located on America’s Wild Rivers Coast and has some of the warmest temperatures on the coast. The southern entry to the Oregon Coast is a base camp for recreation on Chetco, Rogue, Elks and Sixes rivers, a center for commercial flower growing and tourism. Brookings-Harbor boasts the challenging 18-hole Salmon Run Golf Course and hosts the three-day Slam’n Salmon Oyster Derby over Labor Day Weekend, the largest fishing derby in the Pacific Northwest.
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Oregon has a “Banana Belt?” Oh yes, it’s true! A near tropical land, but you won’t find any pineapples, mangoes or papayas growing from the ground. When you travel to the Brookings area you will find soaring giant redwood…
Road Trips with Coastal Flavor
We can think of at least 363 reasons to visit the Oregon Coast this summer one for every gorgeous and publicly-accessible mile of it. One look at the map Astoria at the mouth of the Columbia and Brookings, near the California border gets…
Catch of the Day
The drive to Brookings, Oregon’s southernmost port town, is truly an adventure in the great woods. The stately and scenic Redwood Highway takes visitors on a winding tour of its namesake trees, leisurely dipping into California before turning…
Where is Brookings, Oregon
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