Here the rugged Siskiyou Mountains push out into the sea in a series of dramatic rocky headlands and offshore sea stacks. Many of our 80 miles of undeveloped coastline are dedicated as State Parks and all of our offshore islands are part of the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge.

Brookings-Harbor Chamber of Commerce 
The “Pulse of America’s Wild Rivers Coast,” Brook­ings-Harbor has the mildest climate on the coast and has long used the phrase “Oregon’s Banana Belt” to promote its temperate year-round cli­mate. A popular ocean and river fishing desti­nation and retirement area, Brookings-Harbor is also famous for growing nearly 90% of America’s Easter Lilies. An early summer drive between Brookings-Harbor and Crescent City gives you a breathtaking view of fields of blooming lilies. 

PO Box 940
Brookings OR 97415
(541) 469-3181
(800) 535-9469

See and Do

Azalea City Park
Located three blocks off Hwy 101 in Brookings. 26-acre park with wild azaleas, “Kid Town” play structure, a community garden, a covered band shell, picnic areas, and ball fields for day use.

Bud Cross City Park
Located in Brookings at 3rd & Ransom Streets. Has tennis and multi-purpose courts, ball fields and an outdoor swimming pool open May-October.

Chetco Valley Museum
South of Brookings between the Chetco River and the Oregon-California border.

Curry County Historical Museum
This historical museum is the headquarters for the Curry County Historical Society in Brookings.

River Fishing
South Coast. Designated a national Wild and Scenic River, the Chetco (along with the Pistol, Rogue, Elk and Sixes Rivers to the north) offers the fishing enthusiast fantastic catches of salmon in the fall, steelhead in win­ter, and trout in spring and summer.

Stout Park
Located in Brookings near Manley Arts Center.

Thomas Creek Bridge
Located 10 miles north of Brookings in Boardman State Park.