Shopping

Shop small. Shop local. On the Long Beach Peninsula, you won’t find many chains. 

The Long Beach Peninsula offers an array of shops throughout the area beginning at the gateway to the Peninsula, Ilwaco, to its heart, Ocean Park, about ten miles north. The villages of the Peninsula offer visitors the ability to enjoy easy pedestrian access to dozens of gift shops, galleries, restaurants, and a variety of entertainment options.

Shops include a unique selection of kites and beach toys – enough fun to keep the family busy for days. Local galleries feature renowned Northwest artists and photographers as well as a wide variety of handcrafted items and keepsakes. Free parking is readily available in Ilwaco, Long Beach, Klipsan Beach, Ocean Park and Nahcotta.

For lawyers, contractors, doctors and other service providers, check the service directory.

DIRECTORY

Stormin’ Norman’s Kites, Clothing & Gifts

Address:
205 Pacific Ave S, Long Beach, WA
Phone:
360.642.3482

Purly Shell Fiber Arts

Purly Shell Fiber Arts
Address:
157 Howerton Street Suite B, Ilwaco, WA
Phone:
360.642.3044
About:
Unique, Eclectic, Fun, Different The focus is on finding USA made, small brands of yarn and fiber. With a belief on ethical retailing, and the support of small family businesses where a purchase truly makes a difference. Classes, get togethers and spinning. Visit us on Facebook.

Marsh’s Free Museum

Address:
409 Pacific Ave S, Long Beach, WA
Phone:
360.642.2188
About:
Marsh’s Free Museum is fun for the whole family. Amazing oddities, a place where troubles are forgotten and laughs and smiles are free. Downtown Long Beach. Home of the world famous Jake the Alligatorman.

Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center Book & Gift Store

Address:
244 Robert Gray Dr, Ilwaco, WA
Phone:
360.642.4144
About:
Located in Cape Disappointment State Park. Unique & eclectic gifts; captivating books of history, lighthouses, and local lore… and stunning world class views! Discover Pass required.

Harmony Soapworks

Address:
Oysterville, WA
Phone:
360.665.0102

Artistic Bouquets & More Florist

Address:
3811 Pacific Way, Seaview, WA
Phone:
360.642.4541

The Long Beach Candy Man, LLC

Address:
115 Pacific Ave SE Long Beach, WA
Phone:
360.642.2666

Long Beach Hobo

Long Beach Hobo
Address:
105 SW 13th St, Long Beach, WA
Phone:
541.705.7087 or 541.288.8954
About:
Local couple with a love for up cycling, open up their home to sell vintage salvaged goods, heavy on the nautical theme. We’ve been re-using, re purposing & recycling local marine & architectural salvage in Long Beach for 2 years. You’ll find a large selection of Japanese glass fishing floats, many locally made items – hand-painted floats, concrete and metal yard art, home made benches, stepping stones & always, the odd & unusual. Retail shop open 10am -5pm Closed Tuesday & Wednesday. Shop online.

Delightful Gems

Address:
2500 Ocean Ave #1 (Canary Cottage), Raymond, WA
Phone:
208.200.9773

Wind World Kites

Address:
115 Pacific Ave S., Long Beach, WA
Phone:
360.642.KITE (5483)
About:
Quality kites, windsocks, flags, banners & toys. A full service kite shop with over 30 yrs experience. Best selection on the coast. “We specialize in fun!”

Nansen Florals

Address:
Seaview, Studio Florals by appointment only
Phone:
360.244.3294

Niva Green

Address:
104 Pacific Ave N, Long Beach, WA
Phone:
360.642.2327

Riverside Gallery

Address:
1015 W Robert Bush Drive, Ste C, South Bend
Phone:
360.539.1185

Coastal Coffee Roasters

Address:
620 Pacific Ave S, Long Beach, WA
Phone:
360.642.3049

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