Brookings-Harbor, the southernmost community in Curry County, Oregon, is located six miles north of the California border on Hwy 101. This is an area of abundant natural attractions with miles of coastline, wild scenic rivers, state and city parks, and an attractive port.
The cities of Brookings and Harbor are nestled on either side of the Chetco River where it meets the sea. They are in an area often referred to as the “banana belt” of the Pacific Northwest, thanks to its sunny and temperate year-round climate. This makes Brookings a welcome reprieve for travelers in a region otherwise known for rain and fog. Highway 101 runs through Brookings’ commercial core, which can fill virtually any need a traveler may have.
Things To Do
- Fishing, hiking, swimming, picnicking, boating, camping, wildlife viewing
- Brookings-Harbor boardwalk
- Recreational beaches and parks
- Salmon Run Golf and Wilderness Preserve
- Chetco Valley Historical Museum