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7 Reasons to Take YOUR Time on the Washington Coast

7 Reasons to Take YOUR Time on the Washington Coast

Relax. The studies are out. Using your paid time off is good for you.  Turn on your out of office message and put your phone on silent. You’ll be too busy making memories with your favorite people while you eat fresh seafood, ride bikes along the breathtaking...

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Haunted Places on the Long Beach Peninsula

Haunted Places on the Long Beach Peninsula

Home to eerie sounding areas like Cape Disappointment, Dismal Nitch and the Graveyard of the Pacific, it’s no surprise that Washington’s Pacific County boasts a hearty helping of haunted houses… and hotels.

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The 2019 Wild Mushroom Celebration is here!

The 2019 Wild Mushroom Celebration is here!

The Wild Mushroom Celebration has grown! In addition to annual classics, there are new workshops and restaurants to try. We encourage you to make reservations ahead of time for classes, lodging and restaurants. Here's a quick peek at what to expect during this year's...

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Lewis & Clark National Historical Park: 15 Things to Do & See

Lewis & Clark National Historical Park: 15 Things to Do & See

Did you know that Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula is part of a National Historic Park? The Lewis & Clark National and State Historic Park is unique in that it spans two states (Washington and Oregon), as well as three forts, an 8.5 long paved coastal trail, and...

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9 Fall Events You Should Put On Your Calendar Right Now

9 Fall Events You Should Put On Your Calendar Right Now

The fall season might just be the peninsula’s best-kept secret! Fewer crowds and incredible weather are reason enough to plan a fall escape. But if you’re looking for more excitement, here are nine fall events you should put on the calendar right now!

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Bridge to Nowhere: What’s on the Other Side?

Bridge to Nowhere: What’s on the Other Side?

The Astoria-Megler Bridge provides a 360-degree view of container ships, the coast range, the mouth of the Columbia River, and historic Astoria homes. It looks like a scene out of a movie and is a must-see experience for visitors from around the world. You may be...

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