Fall Event Guide

Oct 9, 2022 | Events, Fall

Autumn might just be Pacific County’s best-kept secret! Fewer crowds and incredible weather are reason enough to plan a fall escape. The “hushed season” of fall adds a crisp breeze to the air and comfort to the soul. Mark your calendar, and celebrate the season at these fall events.

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Oct 15, Tokeland

Tokeland Hotel Oktoberfest

Bring your appetite to the historic Tokeland Hotel for a German-themed dinner and live music!


Oct 24-29, Seaview

Seances with Seth of The Magic Shop

Join in on a spooky seance at the historic Shelburne Hotel & Pub (by reservation only).


Oct 26, Seaview

Tarot Readings with Suzy of Chariot Astoria

Try your hand with tarot readings at the historic Shelburne Hotel & Pub (by reservation only).

Oct 28, Seaview

North Jetty Brewery

Kick off your Halloween weekend with a Graveyard & Keelhauled smash this year! 

 Oct 28, Raymond 

Pacific County Harvest Festival

Head over to the Pacific County Fairgrounds for harvest festival fun!

Find details here!

Questions? Call (360) 590-2401


Oct 31, Raymond

Downtown Merchant Trick or Treat

Visit downtown Raymond’s merchants for some sweet treats! (3-5pm)



Oct 31, Ilwaco

Lake Street Block Party

Bring your best costume and your dancing shoes to the Lake Street Block Party in Ilwaco! 

For questions, please contact the Ilwaco Merchant’s Association.

Craving a spooky book for fall?

Read this chilling book with ghost stories of the Long Beach Peninsula by author and historian, Sydney Stevens.

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