WINCHUCK RIVER

WINCHUCK RIVER One mile north of the California State Line and six miles south of downtown Brookings, lies the mouth of the southernmost of Oregon's rivers, the Winchuck. The Winchuck courses along the Oregon side of the common border of the two states. Where the...

MCVAY ROCK RECREATION SITE

McVAY ROCK RECREATION SITE We get so much pleasure from discovering hidden treasures, it is an easy prediction that McVay Rock State Recreation Site will delight you and be one of the best memories of your visit to Brookings. A Hidden Treasure McVay is a well-hidden...

CHETCO POINT PARK

CHETCO POINT PARK Do you like unexpected treasures? Would you like them to be stunning? Brookings offers the spectacular gem you will always remember. Chetco Point Park is one of the most beautiful locations in Oregon, on the west coast . . . . in the world! Chetco...

SALMON RUN GOLF COURSE

SALMON RUN GOLF COURSE Salmon Run Golf Course is a golf retreat unlike any other in the Pacific Northwest. Located in beautiful Brookings Harbor and set in a maturely wooded area, this course is accented by panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Golf Digest...

THE PORT OF BROOKINGS HARBOR

THE PORT OF BROOKINGS HARBOR The Port of Brookings Harbor is not just the busiest recreational maritime port on the Oregon coast, generating an average 100 boat departures a day year round. It is more than one of the most active chinook salmon harbors...

WHALESHEAD BEACH

WHALESHEAD BEACH Whaleshead Beach is one of the most gorgeous locations along the Oregon Coast. Offshore there is a sea stack that looks like the head of a Whale. The sea stack is cut with a rock channel and when a wave hits it, it spurts a spray that actually looks...

SURROUNDING AREA

SURROUNDING AREA ROGUE RIVER One of only eight rivers in the U.S. originally designated by congress as a "National Wild and Scenic River", the Rogue River empties into the Pacific in Gold Beach, Oregon. Her headwaters are none other than those of Crater Lake, from...

AZALEA PARK

AZALEA PARK Azalea park is a thirty-three acre park containing ancient native azaleas that were growing here when Lewis and Clark wintered on the Oregon Coast in 1805-06. Azalea Park offers active and passive recreational activities. It lies amongst several...

HARRIS BEACH STATE PARK

HARRIS BEACH STATE PARK Your first impression of Harris Beach State Park will be a locale with marvelously varied terrain. You can walk the beach and run from the waves. Climb to the top of a large rock for a great view, while resisting the temptation to...

LONE RANCH BEACH

LONE RANCH BEACH Lone Ranch Beach is located 4 and a half miles north of Brookings. Once there, you will take in the collection of sea stack jutting from an ocean whose color changes from hour to hour as the sun, clouds and lighting varies. This part of the Oregon...

Things to do

Here are links to local places and things to do while you enjoy your time in Brookings~Harbor, Oregon.

Salmon Run Golf Course

Salmon Run is an 18-hole championship golf course that offers some of the most beautiful surroundings and unique ways to play the game anywhere on the Southern Oregon Coast. Experience the course for yourself at their web site.

Loeb State Park

Just a fifteen minute drive north east of Brookings lies one of the most beautiful areas in Oregon. It runs beside the Chetco River which rises inland and flows fifty leisurely miles down to the Pacific and the Port of Brookings Harbor. The gateway to this natural jewel is Loeb State Park.

The Port of Brookings Harbor

In 2002, 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 one of the most active Chinook salmon harbors on the coast as well. The Port of Brookings Harbor offers a unique opportunity to experience the beautiful Southern Oregon Coast.

Siskiyou National Forest

The Siskiyou National Forest embodies the most complex soils, geology, landscape, and plant communities in the Pacific Northwest. World-class rivers, biological diversity, fisheries, and complex watersheds rank the Siskiyou high in the nation as an outstanding resource. For more on this Oregon treasure, visit the park service’s web site.

Harris Beach State Park

Your first impression of Harris Beach State Park will be a locale with marvelously varied terrain. You can walk the beach and run from the waves. Climb to the top of a large rock for a great view, while resisting the temptation to add your graffiti to a small one. You will want to stroll on adjacent beaches that are crowded with sea gulls but secluded enough for a secret romantic interlude.

Oregon State Parks

Get all the inside information on what’s happening in the Oregon State Parks.

Winchuck State Park

One mile north of the California State Line and six miles south of downtown Brookings, lies the mouth of the southernmost of Oregon’s rivers, the Winchuck. The Winchuck courses along the Oregon side of the common border of the two states.

City of Brookings

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. Step through their web site to see what Brookings offers you!

Explore the Northwest

Exploring the Forest Service recreation sites? Visit this link for your Recreation Pass.

Curry County Website

You’ll want to bookmark this site- tons of useful information, important phone numbers and links to community services.

Brookings / Harbor School District

Get more information about the area schools from Brookings-Harbor School District 17-C web site, where “good schools are a wise investment”!

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