Ocean Park

Established as a Methodist camp in 1883, Ocean Park offered a quieter and more religious space than the rowdy boomtown Oysterville to the north. Like many of the villages on the Peninsula, Ocean Park originally sat along the Clamshell Railroad. A walking tour of the community takes visitors past historic structures like a home made of lumber harvested from shipwrecks.

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