Introduction to Brookings, Oregon
Brookings is in Curry County, which was founded on December 18, 1855. The city was named after Robert S. Brookings, the president of the Brookings Lumber and Box Company. The company was founded in 1908. The city of Brookings was established in 1913 and incorporated in 1951.
Brookings and nearby Attractions
- Alfred A Loeb State Park
- Harris Beach State Park
- Del Norte County Historical Museum
- Geisel Monument State Heritage Site
- Samuel H Boardman State Scenic Corridor
- Pelican State Beach
Things To Do In Brookings
Bud Cross Park, Harris Beach State Park, Richards Street Park and Easy Manor Park are all accessible from Brookings. Tourists can also spend their days at the Pelican State Beach or Harris Beach. The Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum is another popular local tourist destination.
Air transportation is available from Jack McNamara Field Airport.
Brookings Higher Education
One can pursue higher education at Rogue Community College, Humboldt State University and the College of the Redwoods.