The “hushed season” is the perfect time to visit Pacific County. Whether you’re exploring vast beach, getting a drink at a pub, or tucking into a warm meal at a cozy restaurant, you’re bound to have a great time.
Here are nine of our favorite winter things to do in Pacific County.
1. Clamming, can you dig it?
Razor Clam digs are a hallmark of the fall and winter seasons on the Long Beach Peninsula. Harvest your own food straight from the source. Click here for clam digging dates and times.
2. Cranberries Galore
Pacific County is known for its abundance of this crimson-colored berry. Enjoy a delicious bag of locally grown Cranberries from the Cranberry Museum.
3. Have a drink!
4. Chow Down
Visit our many delicious local restaurants for yummy local cuisine. Click here for more.
5. Downtown Shopping
Downtown Long Beach is filled with fun shops to visit. Stop by the Raven Ridge Mercantile for cute local apparel.
6. King Tides
Every year, the gorgeous (and large) King Tides cascade onto the shores of the Long Beach Peninsula. These tides start on November 24th and go through January. Click here for the full King Tide schedule.
7. Stroll Along the Port of Ilwaco
8. Explore Art Galleries
One he most beautiful art is created by the sea. Click here for our full list of Pacific County Art Galleries.
9. Go Antiquing!
There is lots of opportunity to find lost treasures in Pacific County. Click here for our list of antique shops. Looking for whimsical flotsam? Run to Hobo Junktion for nautical pieces!