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What Are The Top Amenities at Brookings, OR?

Best Amenities in Brookings, OR

There are in total of 15 rental amenities in Brookings, shown above with the property numbers. In Brookings, 137 rentals offer Parking Available, 137 rentals offer Bed linens provided, 136 rentals offer TV. So, if you need Parking Available during your vacation, use the Parking Available filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Pool, Hot Tub.

Which Price Range Is Most Typical in Brookings, OR Area?

Vacation House & Cabin Rental Price Information in Brookings, OR

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Brookings has the largest percentage (31.25%) of homes in $150 - $200 price range.
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What Are The Most Liked Rental Accommodations in Brookings, OR?
Best Accommodation Types in Brookings, OR
In Brookings, 58.62% of listings are House, which is the most popular accommodation out of 13 total accommodation types. Avg price per night for House is around $244. And the most searched amenities for House accommodation is Pool.The least popular accommodation in Brookings is Villa rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Not Pets Friendly in Brookings, OR?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Brookings, OR
43.45% of vacation homes in Brookings are pet friendly. If you have pet allergies, make sure to check the home property and see whether it is a pet-friendly vacation home or not.
What Are The Must-Visit Places in Brookings, OR?
Must Visit Places In Brookings, OR

The most common & popular places (a.k.a points of interests) here in Brookings are:

Where Are The Good Trails in Brookings, OR?
Top Trails In Brookings, OR
If you like outdoor activities, we highly recommend you to visit those famous trails: Chetco Point Trail, South Beach Trail, Sunset Point Trail, Rockway Beach Trail, Harris Butte Trail, Harris Beach Trail to Harris Butte, McVay Beach Trail, Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor Trail, House Rock Viewpoint - Cape Ferrelo Trail, Crissey Field State Park to Pelican State Beach Walk.
Any RV Campgrounds in Brookings, OR?
Top Rated Campgrounds In Brookings, OR
For campgrounds in Brookings, here are our recommendations: Riverside RV Resort, Ludlum Campground, Crescent City / Redwoods KOA, Quail Prairie Lookout Campground, Jedediah Smith Campground, Panther Flat Campground, Grassy Flat Campground, Honey Bear By the Sea Campground, Patrick Creek Campground, Big Flat Campground.
Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Brookings, OR?
Art & Culture Places

At Ambiance By the Sea, you can find unique gifts created by 42 local artisans. Some of the items available include driftwood art, stained glass, jewelry, fresh jams, and marinades as well as home and garden décor. They are located at 530 Hemlock Street.

The Chetco Valley Historical Society is housed in the historic Blake House which was built in 1857. It is the oldest dwelling in Chetco Valley, serving as a stagecoach stop and trading post in the 1800s. The house overlooks the valley and the Pacific Ocean. There is a Picture Room with a large photo carousel displaying hundreds of old pictures of the area as well as books, cameras, and World War II keepsakes. The Sewing Room displays old wedding dresses and clothing, two sewing machines, and a jacket that is over 200 years old. An old wooden stove is the main feature of The Kitchen, dating back to around 1900, an iron kettle, and pans rounding out the display. The museum is located at 15461 Museum Road in Harbor.

Capella By the Sea, located in Azalea Park, was built by Elmo Williams for his wife, hoping that all who entered the chapel would feel the serenity of her spirit and find peace. The chapel was designed by E. Fay Jones and is open to the public. It is located at 200 North Bank Chetco River Road.

What are the travel peak seasons in Brookings, OR?
Peak Seasons
  • January – low of 42F (6C); high of 55F (13C)
  • February – low of 42F (6C); high of 56F (13C)
  • March – low of 42F (6C); high of 56F (13C)
  • April – low of 44F (7C); high of 59F (15C)
  • May – low of 47F (8C); high of 63F (17C)
  • June – low of 50F (10C); high of 66F (19C)
  • July – low of 52F (11C); high of 68F (20C)
  • August – low of 52F (11C); high of 67F (19C)
  • September – low of 51F (11C); high of 68F (20C)
  • October – low of 48F (9C); high of 64F (18C)
  • November – low of 45F (7C); high of 59F (15C)
  • December – low of 41F (5C); high of 54F (12C)

The Brookings area gets an average of 84 inches of rain each year but only about one inch of snowfall.

How to get around in Brookings, OR?
Transportations

The closest airport to Brookings, Oregon, is Rogue Valley International – Medford Airport, about two-and-a-half hours from Brookings. You will need to rent a car to get to the Brookings area.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Brookings, OR?
Local Events & Festivals

The Wild Rivers Mushroom Festival, held the first weekend in November, is a two-day festival with more than 200 wild mushroom varieties on display, food and brew vendors, workshops, and more. All mushrooms are picked within 50 miles of Brookings and experts are available to identify any mushrooms you find on your own. The festival is held at 550 Chetco Lane.

What are the nightlife spots in Brookings, OR?
Nightlife Spots

Oxenfre Public House, a gastropub offering a full bar, live music, and late-night food, is a favorite of locals. The interior is unique, making you feel as if you are enjoying your cocktails in an old speakeasy. The name is a play on words used during hide and seek when you were a child. Calling “Ollie, Ollie Oxenfre,” meant “come out, come out, wherever you are.” Find them at 631 Chetco Avenue.

Superfly Distilling Company offers lunch and dinner as well as brunch on weekends. They also have a full bar offering beer and wine as well as cocktails. They specialize in martinis, which include chocolate, the Pom-Pom, Berry Bliss, Jittery Fly, and Banzai Fireball. There is also a seasonal martini available. There is often live music as well.

What are the activities in Brookings, OR that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Visit the Port of Brookings Harbor which serves over 95,000 recreational and 5,000 commercial users every year. The harbor is on a shallow harbor at the mouth of the Chetco River. You can catch salmon, halibut, and cod. It is also possible to grab some Dungeness crab and several varieties of shrimp. Take out your own boat or rent one from the many businesses in the area that do so. You can also charter a fishing boat to travel out and try your hand.

What are the must-visit places in Brookings, OR?
Must See Attractions

Harris Beach State Park, named in honor of George Scott Harris, a Scottish pioneer, includes beautiful Bird Island, a breeding ground for rare birds, including the tufted puffin. It is a great place to fly a kite, swim, or just check out the area wildlife. Picnic areas offer restrooms and stunning waterfront views. There are also camping areas available for tents and RVs or you can rent a yurt, many of which are pet friendly. The park is located at US 101.

Take a ride along the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor, a 15-mile stretch of road along the Pacific Ocean. Views include sandy beaches with rugged, rock-lined panoramas. You can see natural bridges made of rock, sand dunes and there are many places to pull off the road to take beautiful photos.

Hop on the Oregon Redwood Trail which travels through upland forests with magnificent redwood trees. You can pick up the trail in Brookings at one of the state’s two old-growth redwood groves which are less crowded than the more popular habitat nearby. It is handicap accessible so people of all abilities can view the huge redwoods on the hillside.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Brookings, OR?
Trip Planning

On the first day, take a ride along the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor where you can take as many stunning photos as you want with gorgeous backgrounds. Stop at Secret Beach but be sure to check the tides. Make a stop at the Natural Bridges Viewpoint and then the North Island Viewpoint. Grab dinner at the Black Trumpet.

The next day, grab breakfast at Blue Water Café before heading to the trails and beaches in Harris Beach State Park. Eat lunch at Tropicalia before heading to the Chetco County Historical Society. Be sure to visit Ambiance by the Sea for those unique souvenirs. Have a few craft beers at Chetco Brewing before heading to dinner at Wild River Brewing and Pizza. Finish the night with a specialty martini at Superfly Distilling and Martini Bar.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Brookings, OR?
Hidden Gems

Located along the banks of the Chetco River, the Alfred A. Loeb State Park is a true hidden gem. Local residents call it “Loeb,” and they love the quiet groves of Myrtlewood Trees, some more than a century old.  It is a popular place for fishing and swimming but also known for its whitewater rafting opportunities.

As its name indicates, Secret Beach is a small public beach accessible about one-third of a mile south of milepost 345 along the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor. You will want to visit at low tide, but the beach is a great place for a picnic or relaxing walk.

Stop by to check out the Monterey Cypress Heritage Tree, planted by Harrison G. Blake in the 1850s. Blake planted the tree near his home when he settled in the area. Eventually, he became the first member of the Oregon House of Representatives from Southern Curry County in 1874.

Vacation Destinations Near Brookings, OR

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