Historic landmarks, Pacific Northwest forests and charming outposts color the countryside of southern Washington. For a slice of something special, Long Beach, WA vacation rentals offer visitors resort stays in some of the most uniquely pristine coastal landscapes in the country. Home to treasured obscurities like Marsh's Free Museum, the Cranberry Museum and the World Kite Museum, Long Beach itself is a monument to Americana. In fact, nearby Oysterville is an entire town on the National Register of Historic Places, home to some of the best oysters in the world.
The “World's Longest Beach” is also home to numerous historic landmarks christened by Lewis and Clark, a famed city where oysters are a way of life and quirky museums built around cranberries, kites, taxidermy and an alligator man. WorldMark Long Beach, WA immerse you and yours in the middle of it all, steps away from the beach, Boardwalk and the seaside character of Downtown. No matter the time of year, there's always something fun to do! While warmer weather brings celebrations like the Garlic Festival, Sandsations, the Blues & Seafood Festival, Jazz & Oyster Festival, Annual Kite Festival and Cranberry Festival, Long Beach is a year-round sight to see. Feast on bivalves in historic Oysterville. Explore the lighthouses at Cape Disappointment. Or spend the day wandering the shops, art galleries and arcades of Old Town, steps away from the upscale studios and suites of WorldMark Long Beach.
Benson's By The Beach Warm and cozy, everyone loves Benson's. With affordable prices and friendly service, the kitchen prepares some of the most creative takes on breakfast in town, including an unbeatable Crab Benedict and local Razor Clam Breakfast.
Castaway's Seafood Grille Known to serve the "Best Clam Chowder on the Strip", fresh Fish & Chips and juicy burgers, this local favorite in Downtown Long Beach also has a killer happy hour every weekday, from 3-6pm.
Dooger's Seafood & Grill Focused on only the freshest seafood available since 1983, no place is better for a proper fisherman's feast of crab legs, lobster, razor clams, oysters, steamers, calamari and ahi tuna.
Hungry Harbor Grille Famous for their $7.99 Clam Chowder Bread Bowl, 21 flavors of handmade milkshakes, fish tacos, hot dogs and a breakfast buffet round out the menu at this family-owned treat on Pacific Avenue.
Lost Roo In true Australian spirit, this treasure from down under serves satisfying burgers, sandwiches, seafood and snacks with a well-stocked bar of cold beers, fine spirits and a vast selection of Scotches.
Dennis Company Another famous general store dating back to 1905, here you'll find an impressive selection of clothing, housewares, hardware and sporting goods, including everything you need to get clamming!
Downtown Long Beach Fresh-baked goods, curious trinkets at Marsh's Museum, arts and crafts along the Boardwalk and gift shops full of finds are just some of the fun shopping that awaits guests in Long Beach.
Jack's Country Store Whatever you're looking for, there's a good chance you'll find it in this vintage 1885 general store stocked with over 200,000 items. Some of the best finds include local jerky, fresh-caught seafood, old-fashioned toys and kerosene lamps.
Seaside Factory Outlet Center A bargain-hunter's dream, this outlet mall offers over 100,000 sq-ft. of savings, blocks from the beach. Major retailers include Toys R Us, Bass, Nike, The Wine and Beer Haus, Eddie Bauer and Book Warehouse.