We stayed here for two nights, as part of a 17 day, 6000 miles journey around the country. This was the highlight of our stay. We stayed in a two bedroom unit. The condo itself was very nice, clean, with a huge deck, grill, hot tub, dining table, and a view of the ocean. It had a dishwasher and well equipped kitchen. We considered it a great deal with the ocean proximity, amenities, size, and quality of the units. Although near the top of the resort, we could still hear the waves crashing. Whaleshead Beach itself is awesome, with lots of sea stack formations near and far, as well as some nice boulders and rock formations on the beach, some suitable for bouldering. The beach was deserted most of the time, with only a handful of people on it at a time. There is a nice walking path with a 700 foot "tunnel" (one of three large drainage pipes underneath the highway) - a flashlight would be quite helpful but not absolutely necessary. The location is hard to beat, and we had a good experience with the facilities - we tried to stay longer, but they were booked up.
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- Located on the beautiful and majestic Southern Oregon Coast, Whaleshead Beach Resort is the perfect venue for a romantic getaway or family vacation. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Whaleshead Beach Hotel Brookings