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Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals In Brookings, Oregon, USA
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Just minutes from the California border, Brookings, located along the Chetco River, boasts stunning beaches, breathtaking coastal beauty, and gorgeous, sunshine-filled days. This earns it the nickname the ‘Banana Belt’. Harris Beach State Park is an idyllic location for camping, with ocean-view spots and excellent body-boarding options. A short drive up north can fetch you spectacular views of the Arch and Natural Bridges from the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor. A land of festivities and celebrations, The Port of Brookings Harbor hosts popular events like the Pirates Festival and the famous Southern Oregon Kite Festival, the latter drawing crowds by the dozen. Sounds like a potential holiday plan? Then check out these hotels and Airbnb vacation rentals in Brookings, Oregon by reading on!

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A spontaneous trip-planner, Diya is a freelancer from India who is now settled in Singapore. She loves reading, sketching, and exchanging travel stories with her friends (mostly for her handwritten...Read more

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