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9 Starry Nights on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula

9 Starry Nights on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula

The Long Beach Peninsula has very little light pollution, making it a great spot for stargazing. Just like with storm watching, you sometimes have to wait for just the right conditions, but trust us, it is worth it if you're a photographer or nature lover. There...

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Shop Small, Shop Coastal

Shop Small, Shop Coastal

Pacific County sits in Washington’s southwest corner. It’s a place governed by tides, surrounded by natural beauty and supported by small, local businesses. Every dollar spent in these cozy coastal and river towns has a big impact on our communities. That’s why we...

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Guide to Winter on the Washington Coast

Guide to Winter on the Washington Coast

Winter is the perfect time to explore the Washington coast for lovers of tranquility and nature. It’s also the perfect time to enjoy some of the coast’s most delicious food — Dungeness crab and oysters!

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Thanksgiving Weekend on the Beach

Thanksgiving Weekend on the Beach

When you decide to escape to the beach for Thanksgiving weekend, then you might be wondering: where can I get turkey and stuffing? What’s happening Black Friday weekend? Are things open?

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Long Beach Peninsula and Pacific County Holiday Event Guide

Long Beach Peninsula and Pacific County Holiday Event Guide

Holidays are better at the beach. With few crowds, the holiday season is cozy and intimate on the peninsula. Christmas mermaids, a crab pot Christmas tree, and handmade markets are just a few highlights of the season! Follow the Visitors Bureau on Facebook for more...

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Winter Razor Clam Digging

Winter Razor Clam Digging

You might be wondering if razor clams are worth braving the elements. The short answer is: Yes! Spotting a little dimple in the sand and digging up a clam for the first time is more thrilling than you might imagine if you've never been on a razor clam dig. The success...

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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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Important Coronavirus Update

A stay at home order is in effect for the state of Washington. The peninsula and Pacific County will welcome visitors back once the public health has been restored. Find out more info here.

 

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