Azalea Festival on Memorial Day weekend, enjoy displays of beautiful azaleas as well as the annual Bonsai Show, also carnival, beer garden, art displays, crafts shows, a lot more. (541) 469-3181
Old Fashioned 4th of July at the Port of Brookings-Harbor, chili cook off and watermelon eating contest, fireworks over the harbor. 469-6070
Kite Festival - Weekend of colorful fun with workshops, contests and kite banquet. July 18, 19
Slam'N Salmon Ocean Derby at the Port, Vendors, Outdoor Show, Kids' Fishing Pond, Beer Garden, Free BBQ with daily entry, $5,000 first prize.
August 30, 31 and September 1st
Nature's Coastal Holiday at Azalea Park, enjoy this magical time of year, open nightly Dec
The Performing Arts Center in Harbor, OR, just across the bay from Brookings, presents performances by the The Chetco Pelican Players. Call 469-1857 for information and times.
Chetco Valley Museum is housed in the historic 1857 Blacke House in Brookings. Wonderful displays portray the history of this coastal community and the largest Monterey cypress in the US is on the grounds. Thurs - Sun noon to 4 with extended summer hours 15461 Museum Road, 469-6651
An unusual "attraction" for Brookings is the Bomb Site Trail. This is the site of one of the two bombings of the Oregon Coast by the Japanese during WWII.
Salmon Run in beautiful Brookings Harbor is a championship 18 hole golf course that boasts scenic views and as awesome as the course play. The signature 4th hole shot measures 160 yards and plays approximately 145 yards; as there is a 100 foot elevation drop. Fantastic golf!!
East of Brookings is the beautiful Azalea State Park, a 36-acre park covered with Native azaleas, some over 300 years old. The kids will enjoy "KidTown" a huge fort, playground area.Harris Beach State Park, north of Brookings on 101, enjoy hiking trails, tide pools, waves crashing on the massive rocks,and all the activities for a day at the beach. Day use areas, campsites, yurts, full hookups including cable, showers and all the amenities, open year round.
Visit the northern most stand of redwoods at Loeb State Park by taking the Riverview Trail to the Redwood Nature Trail. In addition, this park is located in a beautiful 300 acre stand of old growth myrtlewoods against the Chetco River. 53 campsites, electric hookups, handicap site, full restroom facilities. From highway 101 take county road 784, (North Bank Road), to Forest Service road 1376.