Cape Disappointment State Park Dating back to the days of Lewis and Clark, 2 miles of beaches, a famous pair of lighthouses, 1,882 acres of peaceful trails, and majestic views of the Pacific grace the most visited park in Washington.
Columbia River Maritime Museum Over 30,000 seafaring artifacts fill this Northwest museum, with 44,200 sq-ft. of exhibit space inviting visitors to explore the lightship Columbia, old dugout canoes, tugboat piloting, and the history of local salmon fishing.
Cranberry Museum Almost more American than apple pie, cranberries are the star at this unique museum dedicated to the fruit and its farmers. October Harvest is a great time to visit, with weekend bog tours also available.
Discovery Trail An 8-mile asphalt trail along the route Lewis and Clark took more than 200 years ago, bronze sculptures, a whale skeleton, lighthouse and ocean views, as well as abundant wildlife fill the area around this path.
Leadbetter Point A scenic bird sanctuary, this public nature preserve at the end of Long Beach Peninsula is home to over 100 species, with numerous trails winding through shifting sand dunes and salt marshes.
Long Beach Boardwalk One of TRAVEL+LEISURE Magazine's top 11 boardwalks in the U.S., and considered by many to be the most unique, this special stretch of oceanfront offers panoramic coastal views, interpretive displays, artwork, and tons of flying kites.
Marsh's Free Museum Home to all sorts of curiosities that boggle the mind, free exhibits include a vast collection of exotic taxidermy, a shrunken head, human skeleton, and the museum's famous mascot, Jake the Alligator Man.
Oysterville This delicious town was built on the namesake bivalves filling the waters off its coast, with a rich history that's landed it on the National Register of Historic Places, and a Jazz & Oysters festival every August.
Skippers Equestrian Center Ride horseback down the "World's Longest Beach" with these experienced, knowledgeable guides, and some of the happiest horses in the Northwest. Tours are priced at roughly $25 an hour.
World Kite Museum & Hall of Fame One of the best places to fly a kite in the United States, the "World's Longest Beach" houses this unparalleled collection of more than 1,500 kites from 26 countries, with a hands-on chance to build your own.