See festive lights in Brookings through December 31

Gingerbread people in front of a gingerbread house at a previous Nature’s Coastal Holiday in Brookings, Oregon (photo by Cheryl Landes)

Nature’s Coastal Holiday has been a holiday tradition at Azalea Park in Brookings for more than 20 years. This year, because of restrictions on large gatherings from COVID, the event was cancelled. But that didn’t stop volunteers to organize a driving tour where locals and visitors could enjoy decorated homes, businesses, and other festive displays along U.S. Highway 101, the main road through this southern Oregon Coast town.

Organizers of the event held a contest for the best decorated houses. See pictures of the winners.

Check out the maps showing where the 2020 displays here, along with a four-minute video of the 2019 displays at Nature’s Coastal Holiday at Azalea Park. I will post some photos from our previous visits at the park soon.

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