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Brookings Bodacious Bazaar
June 8 - Sept. 28, 2024 - 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

2024 Curry County Fair July 24-27th
July 24-27, 2024 - 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Bigfoot Blues Fest
July 27-28, 2024 - 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

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Forest Service - Approximately two-thirds of Curry County, Oregon is publicly owned forest amongst mountains, gorges, and untouched rivers. The U.S. Forest Service has hiking maps, camping information, and many other options.
Ride Oregon Ride - A premiere scenic bikeway through Port Orford along U.S. Highway 101 is a favorite amongst avid cycling. More cycling information can be accessed at Ride Oregon Ride, by searching ‘Curry County’.
Scenic Corridor - One of the Curry Coast’s most scenic drives follows the Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor. The 12 mile, forested, oceanside park has a steep rugged shoreline with hidden sand beaches. Perfect for anyone seeking a peaceful hike or unimaginable photo opportunities.
Travel Oregon - Visit the State of Oregon’s travel website and check out its inventory of things to see and do in the Curry Coast area. Visit Travel Oregon, and search under ‘Wild Rivers Coast’ and “Curry County”.
Travel Southern Oregon - The Curry Coast is located in Southern Oregon, a few hours from other great natural features, such as Crater Lake. The Travel Southern Oregon website has information about this natural wonder, as well as other attractions and events in Southern Oregon.
Home to towns that are adventures unto themselves, full of local art, fresh halibut off the docks and interesting people to meet. Scroll down and dig in!
Visitor Information Centers and Sites - The three primary visitor centers in Curry County are located at the Crissey Fields Welcome Center at the Oregon/California border, the Gold Beach Visitor Center, and the Visitor Center in Port Orford; all are located along U.S Highway 101. The Brookings-Harbor Chamber of Commerce also has some information, as does the Brookings City Hall. The Brookings Chamber is located at the Port in Brookings-Harbor; City Hall in downtown Brookings.

We are part of the the Wild Rivers Coast, which involves two marketing efforts: The first is the GO Wild Rivers Coast, which promotes from Port Orford in Oregon south to Klamath in California. The second is the Wild Rivers Coast Promotion via Travel Oregon which promotes from Bandon in Coos Bay, Oregon to Brookings in Curry County, Oregon. We are also part of regional efforts known as The People's Coast and through the Southern Oregon Visitors Association.
Wild and Scenic Rivers - Curry County is home to 5 National Wild and Scenic Rivers: Elk, Rogue, Illinois, Chetco, and North Fork Smith—all renowned for their clear water, salmon runs, and recreation opportunities.

Visit the GO Wild Rivers Coast website and download their free app.
Wilderness Area - Curry County is home to 4 wilderness areas:These are pristine areas, so please leave no trace!