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VISITOR & TRAVEL INFO

The Pulse of America’s Wild Rivers Coast, Brookings-Harbor has the mildest climate on the coast and has a long used the phrase Oregon’s Banana Belt to promote its temperate year-round climate.Here the rugged Siskiyou Mountains push out into the sea in a series of dramatic rocky headlands and offshore sea stacks. Many miles of undeveloped coastline are dedicated as State Parks, and all of our offshore islands are part of the Oregon Islands National RefugeCome see the southern Oregon Coast! Enjoy golfing, year-round fishing, hiking, beach combing and more.

BROOKINGS OREGON COMMUNITY PROFILE

HOW TO GET HERE

Driving: Coming from San Francisco the trip is about 350 miles. The drive along Hwy 101 will take you along pristine coastlines and thru the Giant Redwoods.

Flying: United Airlines has scheduled service into Crescent City, CA just 30 miles south of Brookings

AREAS OF INTEREST

PORT OF BROOKINGS HARBOR

The Port of Brookings Harbor is the busiest recreational port on the Oregon coast generating more than 31,000 trips for more than 95,000 boaters. It is also one of the most active Chinook salmon harbors on the coast. Port amenities include a full-service marina, a six-lane launch ramp and travel-lift services, new docks and moorage facilities, an ocean front RV park and camping, and great shops and restaurants along the Boardwalk.

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CITY OF BROOKINGS, OR

Located on the beautiful Southern Oregon Coast just six miles north of the California border on US Highway 101, Brookings invites travelers and residents to pause long and enjoy miles of coastal beauty. Small enough to be cozy, large enough to offer metropolitan amenities, Brookings offers something for just about everyone.

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