Brookings attractions

Park in Brookings

Samuel H Boardman State Park

Four miles north of Brookings, US 101 winds over 11 miles of headlands through Boardman State Park, which contains some of Oregon's most beautiful coastline. Along the highway are a number of roadside turnouts and p…
Park in Brookings

Azalea Park

This is a glorious, hilly park showcasing hundreds of azaleas, along with other pretty flora. Blooms are best from April to June. On Memorial Day weekend, the park becomes the focus of the annual Azalea Festival, wi…
Museum in Brookings

Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum

Once a stagecoach stop, the 1857 Blake House is now home to this museum. Stop in to see a quilt from 1844, an old Native American cedar canoe and an iron face supposedly cast to resemble Queen Elizabeth I. Outside i…
Park in Brookings

Alfred A Loeb State Park

Nature trails at lush Alfred A Loeb State Park, about 9 miles east of town on North Bank Chetco River Rd, showcase two of Oregon's rarest and most cherished trees – redwood and myrtle. Hike the gorgeous 1.2-mile Red…
Park in Brookings

Harris Beach State Park

This pleasant state park is about a mile north of town. There are views of Goat Island, Oregon's largest offshore island and a bird sanctuary, from the picnic area and short hiking trails.
Library in Brookings

Chetco Community Public Library

A samurai sword that belonged to the Japanese pilot who bombed Mt Emily (behind the city) during WWII is displayed in Brookings' library.