Tryke City offers high-quality cannabis products to Brookings’ community of marijuana users. The dispensary staff is made up of a group of knowledgeable cannabis professionals who are trained to assist medical marijuana patients as well as local and visiting customers 21+. The team operates in compliance with Ballot Measure 67 and invites curious cannabis users to stop by or call with questions during business hours.
Brookings canna-customers will find Tryke City’s shelves stocked with the finest marijuana products on the Oregon market. The dispensary team offers a large selection of flower and features top-shelf cultivar strains like G-13, Blackberry Cheesecake, Chocolate Hashberry, Juicy Fruit, Gelato 47, Harley x GDP and Mochi. Smokers on-the-go will find more than 200 designer vape cartridges from Weedmaps verified vendors like Select in half- and full-gram flavors. Customers will discover tasty medicated baked goods, gummies and rice crispy treats with dosages up to 500 mg of THC. Tryke City accepts cash as payment with an ATM on-site.
Customers will find Tryke City’s storefront located on Highway 101 and Oak Street by the Pilot Newspaper building. The dispensary offers a full parking lot that complies with the ADA guidelines. The Tryke City team caters to cannabis users in Brookings, Harbor, Carpenterville, Smith River, Yontocket and Crescent City. Marijuana patrons in Hiouchi, Gasquet, Patrick Creek, Idlewild and Pistol River will find their optimal cannabis experience at Tryke City.
Brookings is located north of the Oregon-California border where the Chetco River meets the Pacific Ocean. The city is known for scenic attractions and recreation areas like Harris Beach Skate Park and Azalea Park. The Chetco Valley Historical Society Museum is the oldest dwelling in Chetco Valley and overlooks the valley and ocean. The museum shares the history of the Chetco River and its people. The Port of Brookings Harbor hosts seasonal events like the Pirates Festival, Bluegrass on the Boardwalk and the invitational Southern Oregon Kite Festival, one of Oregon’s most famous gatherings.