Driving up from California for
a long stay, or heading down from Eugene or Portland for a long
weekend — here’s how we’ll get you here…
|From the north (Eugene, Salem, Portland
and north), we recommend going south on Interstate 5
past Eugene, then go west on Hwy. 38 to the coast,
then south on US 101 through Gold Beach.
|From the east (Grants Pass, Medford or
Ashland), Hwy. 199 is your best bet, then go north
on US 101 through Brookings.
|From the south (California travelers
located in Sacramento and south) are best advised to
take Interstate 5 north to Hwy. 20 west toward
Ukiah, then US 101 north through Brookings.
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- Got a plane? Both Gold Beach and Brookings have a
municipal airport, some of the best along the coast in terms
of views and conditions.
From the North you can fly into Portland, OR (PDX) take a
connecting flight to North Bend,
OR. Rent a car and drive south on US 101 through Gold Beach.
From the East you can fly into Rogue Valley International,
Medford, OR (MFR). Rent a car and drive west on Hwy 199 to Hwy
From the South you can fly in to San Francisco Airport, (SFO) and
take a connecting flight to Arcata/Eureka
Airport (ACV) in McKinleyville, CA and drive north through
Brookings. Or, take another connecting flight on to Crescent
City, CA (CEC) rent a car and drive North through Brookings.