BEST WESTERN PLUS Beachfront Inn

Address: 16008 Boat Basin Road, Brookings, Oregon, 97415, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 16008 Boat Basin Road, Brookings, is near Harris Beach State Park, Brookings, and Azalea Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Brookings

      Giant sand buggy!

      A travel blog entry by j.mcgucken.ma on Aug 23, 2014

      5 photos

      Drove south from Yachats to Cape Perpetua. It is one of the highest points on the Oregon Coast and was first spotted by Captain Cook on his voyage to Hawaii. When it is clear (we had morning fog rolling in) you can see forty miles up and down the coast each way. Then drove south to Florence to where the forty mile stretch of the Oregon Sand Dunes …

      Parting Ways at Harris Beach

      A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Sep 17, 2014

      14 photos

      ... well after sunset, and was pleasantly surprised to find a large campfire I assume was made just for me. I spent a sizable chunk of the night with good company, and slipped into bed much later than I had originally envisioned. The next day was overcast and rainy, leading to the decision, perhaps a little too easily, to stay another night. Kevin needed to put in his daily 50, however, so after a quick goodbye ...

      Science Class on the Fourth of July!

      A travel blog entry by jan3boys on Jul 04, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... with Steph and Russ when they were young, some 19 years ago, and has great memories of their glee at all the sea life and ocean critters.

      Slip-sliding in the teeming mass of life in the tide pools, we found sea stars, both dark red and bright orange; six-rayed stars and a blood star; various sea anemones; lots of hermit crabs and snails; one gorgeous sea urchin that we took a short video of ...

      From the Redwood Forests....

      A travel blog entry by jan3boys on Jun 30, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... and get up close with the trees.

      These massive giants always amaze - not just their girth and height, but the quiet of the forest, the play of the sunlight filtering through the canopy, the many small micro-ecosystems that grow on the live trees and the fallen ones, and the character of some of the gnarled and sculpted specimens among the many straight and towering ones.

      We ...

      Mythological forests and cake

      A travel blog entry by prawn0 on May 10, 2014

      6 photos

      ... amazing. When we reached the end of the track it led to a beach, although I must admit definitely wasn't a great beach because the sand was a dark brown colour and looked more like dirt. The only downfall to the whole hike would have definitely been the dampness and mushiness of the pea because it added an extra level of difficulty and got our shoes pretty muddy. After the hike we went back to the campsite and it was a chance for us ...