Situated at the north end of the peninsula, Ocean Park is a quaint seaside town surrounded by lush forests, the Pacific Ocean, and Willapa Bay.
Enjoy a cozy cottage in a secluded area that’s only a close walking distance from the beach. Or choose from a variety of vacation rentals, perfect for a family get-together.
If your ideal stay is hitching up a trailer or pitching a tent, check out RV parks and campgrounds in Ocean Park. Do not camp on the beach or at beach approaches.
We suggest you make your reservations early if you plan to visit during the peak season (roughly Spring Break through mid-October), particularly over festival and holiday celebrations.
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MyCovio’s is an intimate setting that is off the beaten path, serving up regional Italian food, local beers, and Italian wines.
Stop by Anita’s Coastal Cafe for family dining, casual atmosphere, and home-cooked meals made from scratch. Perfect for breakfast and lunch!
Sara’s Rusty Spur Bar & Grill offers casual dining. Enjoy a drink on their pet-friendly patio and watch the sunset. Try their hand-dipped prawns or chicken fried steak.
Barbe-Queen is Polynesian BBQ, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Tip: Want to take a look at the menu? Check out our restaurant page!
Things to do in Ocean Park
A day-use area north of Ocean Park with picnic tables and a path to the beach. Ideal for playing and walking on the beach, birding, fishing, and watching the sunset.
Known as “Washington Coast’s best-kept secret”, this course is situated between coastal pines with fresh ocean breezes.
A day-use area south of Ocean Park with picnic tables and a path to the beach.
Ocean Park City Park
Across the street from the Ocean Park Elementary School, right on the Pacific Way downtown. The park has both tree-covered and sun-drenched picnic tables.
Just a short drive away from Ocean Park is Leadbetter State Park. Located on the northern tip of the peninsula. It stretches from beach to bay and overlaps with the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge. This is a unique area protecting both birds and wildlife.