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The Weather in Brookings
The above is a climate diagram for Brookings. September is the warmest month of the year in Brookings with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 68°. December is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 39°. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is July.
Spot whales near your vacation rental in Brookings, Oregon
With a vacation home in Brookings, Oregon, you’ll have some of the country's most incredible state parks at your doorstep. Watch whales surfacing off the coast, canter along the beach on horseback, or visit the scenic gardens in Brookings for some live music among the blooms.
Azaleas and live music
Wander Azalea Park in Brookings, a spectacular garden full of vibrant flowers and vistas that dazzle visitors. Sculptures border the park's walkways, and regular musical performances animate this attractive environment with an electric atmosphere.
What defines Oregon's countryside more than its spectacular giant redwoods? Take the Oregon Redwoods Trail and learn all about the history and biology of these fantastic natural phenomena.
Watch whales and horseback ride on the beach
Harris Beach State Park, home to a blissful beach, is a wonderfully serene space. Go horseback riding along the coast or through verdant forests.
Watch whales, go surfing, or look for clams at the sublime beaches at McVay Rock State Recreation Site. The large lawn is the perfect place for a family picnic, and there's also a disc golf course. Check out the birds following the updrafts from the beach as you take in views of the ocean.
State parks and seabirds
Wander the trails at Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor and drink in the incredible vistas of sea and sky. The twelve-mile forested park has a jagged coastline interrupted by fine-sand beaches. Come and relax at one of these little havens.
Crissey Field State Recreation Site is named for Bill Crissey, who grew lily bulbs here before World War II. Once an airfield, the land has since been restored to a natural idyll. Take part in one of the site’s seasonal events, such as guided birding and shelling tours.
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