Whether coming in from a beach hike around the tip of the Long Beach Peninsula at Leadbetter Point, wave watching at Cape Disappointment’s Waikiki...
Food & Drink
9 Romantic Places to Eat on the Long Beach Peninsula
There’s nothing quite like sharing a meal and a bottle of wine with someone special, especially when you’re at the beach. From intimate settings to mouthwatering flavors, these eight restaurants are sure to impress.
Join us for the Cranberry Harvest this October
October’s cranberry harvest has been a part of the peninsula’s culture for over a century. This tart, native berry brings more excitement than you might expect as the bogs are flooded for harvest and roadside stalls with fresh cranberries begin to pop up.
Fantastic Crab and Where to Find Them
Sweet and meaty Dungeness crab is the quintessential crustacean of the west coast and is as good as currency in Pacific County. Anyone native to the...
Restaurant Month on the Long Beach Peninsula: Dine to Make a Difference
Restaurant Month returns to the Long Beach Peninsula on January 1st! Experience incredible 3-course meals for just $39 at some of the peninsula’s...
Where to Eat this Holiday Season
When you decide to escape to the beach for Christmas, or to ring in the new year, planning and cooking meals yourself should be the last thing on...
U-pick Blueberries: The Season Has Arrived
Summertime on the Long Beach Peninsula marks the beginning of blueberry season, a crop that thrives on the coast and is available for public...
Experience Willapa Bay Oysters
Months with "r" are well known for being the best time for eating oysters, and that's no accident. Traditionally, cold months bring a more desirable...
Looking for great take-out? Be it a romantic dinner at your lodging, or a tailgate picnic at a scenic outlook or park, our local restaurants have just what you need for the perfect meal.
Origins of the Wild Mushroom Celebration
This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the Long Beach Peninsula’s Wild Mushroom Celebration. What better way to celebrate than to discover it’s origins.