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Brookings-Harbor, Oregon Coast

Welcome to Brookings-Harbor on the beautiful Coast of Oregon.

In Brookings-Harbor you will find spectacular scenery, excellent recreational opportunities and some of the friendliest people to be found anywhere. Brookings located in the heart of the Banana Belt, with temperatures averaging between 50-70 degrees year round. The Brookings-Harbor temperate climate has earned them the name Home of the Winter Flowers. Their fushsias, hydrangeas, azaleas, lilies and begonias are among the most beautiful in the world.

Come to Brookings in March for Beachcomber’s Festival, which features exhibits, demonstrations, displays and competitive judging of various categories of art created from driftwood. The Azalea Festival, is held on Memorial Day weekend and it includes a parade, flower, art and craft shows, 5K run, barbecues, and many other fun-filled activities.

Brookings Fourth of July celebration is an event that offers a variety of activities topped off with a spectacular fireworks display. Come help Brookings celebrate the Easter in July celebration in Smith River, California, a few miles south of Brookings-Harbor. The Lily Festival celebrates the blooming of the lilies which grow throughout the Brookings and Smith River areas.

For a glimpse of our colorful history, be sure and visit the Chetco Valley Museum and the Central Building, Be sure to also visit downtown area and harbor area, where you will find many wonderful restaurants for dining and unique stores for shopping.

Of course, no trip here would be complete without a visit to the picturesque area parks which offer sights of unforgettable beauty and splendor, where you can enjoy Picnicking, Hiking, Beachcombing, Whale, Seal and Bird Watching, Fishing, Swimming, or just relaxing. Harris Beach State Park and Boardman State Park, north of town, offer outstanding views of our rugged coastline and a colorful variety of plant, animal, and bird life. Loeb State Park, is located on the north bank of the Chetco River. Here you will find an impressive grove of our native myrtlewood trees and redwood and also some of the finest fishing you will find anywhere. Trophy-sized salmon, steelhead and cutthroat trout abound here. Further on you will enter the Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area. No motorized vehicles are allowed here, but it is only a short hike to Vulcan Lake, a sparkling pristine body of water at the foot of Vulcan Peak. This area is also the jumping off place for several hiking trails where you can commune with nature in complete beauty and solitude. Azalea State Park, north of town offers acres of wild azaleas, some of them hundreds of years old. They are in bloom from April through June and it is a never-to- be-forgotten sight.

Brookings beautiful, sheltered harbor has services and facilities for the experienced and novice angler. There is an excellent fishing pier, as well as charter boat excursions available. A short drive south will take you to Jedediah Smith State Park. Here spectacular and magnificent stands of giant redwoods stand on the banks of the beautiful Smith River. You will feel a sense of awe as you walk in this cathedral of nature.

The Oregon Coast Visitors Guide made the below video of Brookings-Harbor. Enjoy the Show.

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