Attractions of Brookings, OR
Brookings is home to a variety of attractions that are sure to delight every member of your family. Discover the great outdoors in one of Brookings spectacular state parks, enjoy a relaxing stay at the Whaleshead Beach Resort, and witness the art of making brandy at the Brandy Peak Distillery. Take an afternoon or a day and enjoy boating, fishing, and swimming in the fantastic Chetco and Rouge rivers. Brookings is a great location to go camping, hike or bike a number of exciting trails, or go on whale watching tours.
The Whaleshead Beach Resort is an award winning unique coastal resort with lovely Park Model cabins with kitchen and hot tub for nightly rental or purchase. Enjoy ocean and forest views right from the cabin door. Whaleshead Beach Resort offers a full-service ocean view restaurant open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Open year-round, the Whaleshead Beach Resort offers visitors and residents alike with 1.5 miles of pristine beach, forested trails, thrilling jet boat rides and access to numerous festivals throughout the year. To learn all this and more about the Whaleshead Beach Resort, please visit their official website at: http://www.whalesheadresort.com/.
Salmon Run Golf Course offers members and non-members alike the opportunity to play 9 and 18 holes rounds of challenging golf. Frequent golfers should consider the Salmon Run membership programs, which offer all golfers excellently discounted rates for individuals, couples, or families. Enjoy an exciting array of tournaments throughout the year and discover how Salmon Run Golf Course can provide you with a unique golf experience. Discover all this and more by visiting the official Salmon Run Golf Course website at: www.salmonrun.net.
Harris Beach State Park is a unique park, offering the largest island off of the Oregon Coast used as a National Wildlife Sanctuary and breeding site for such rare birds as the tufted puffin. Harris Beach offers visitors sandy beaches, a vast array of camping opportunities, hiking/biking trails, playgrounds, boating, and spectacular wildlife. Spot gray whales during their winter and spring migrations, Harbor seals, California sea lions, sea birds. Starting on January 1, 2012, Harris Beach State Park is making one of their yurts pet friendly, so you can now camp with your cats or dogs (a limit of 2 pets). Please click here to learn more about Harris Beach State Park: http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_79.php.
The Alfred A. Loeb State Park offers visitors the complete outdoors experience. Enjoy a variety of accessible campsites ranging from electrical hook up sites, rustic cabins, Yurts, and tepees surrounded by 200 year old myrtle wood and bay leaf trees within sight of the spectacular Chetco River. The Park offers numerous excellent activities from fishing for salmon and steelhead, swimming, rafting, boating, numerous walking trails and excellent areas for picnicking. Keep an eye out for a vast array of birds and native wildlife, ranging from chipmunks, river otters, osprey and more! To find out more about this amazing park, please click here: http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_72.php.
Discover the art of how the finest brandies are made through the Brandy Peak Distillery, a family-owned “micro-distillery” dedicated to making 100% pure spirits that are smooth, rich and aromatic. Enjoy a tour through the Brandy Peak Distillery and sample delicious brandies made of the best fruits and grapes available in the Brandy Peak Distillery tasting room. Brandy Peak Distillery’s Aged Pear brandy has received a gold medal in Los Angeles and a double gold medal in San Francisco. To learn more about what Brandy Peak Distillery has to offer you, please visit: http://brandypeak.com/.