Long Beach, Washington Vacations & Ocean Park Escapes
An entire town on the National Register of Historic places, nearby Oysterville embodies the inspiring mix of history, majestic Pacific Northwestern scenery, and fresh-caught seafood that make Long Beach, Washington vacations at WorldMark Surfside Inn so unforgettable. Venture north 6 miles to the bird sanctuary, salt marshes, and shifting coastal dunes of Leadbetter Point at the tip of the peninsula. Follow the beachfront footsteps of famous explorers Lewis and Clark. And don't forget to revel at the unique sights in the Kite Hall of Fame and Marsh's Free Museum.
Sea breezes, fresh air, and sunsets await on this picture-perfect Pacific Northwest peninsula. For West Coast getaways with a perfect blend of pristine coastal parks and quirky coastal character, nothing beats Long Beach, Washington vacations by the "World's Longest Beach". At almost 30 miles long, there's no end to the fun, including mile after mile of seaside lighthouse trails at Cape Disappointment, bird-watching in Leadbetter Point, and horseback rides by the water. Be sure to venture indoors, too. Long Beach Peninsula boasts a special character all its own, with eccentric sights like the World Kite Museum & Hall of Fame, the Cranberry Museum, and Marsh's Free Museum - home to Jake the Alligator Man, a genuine shrunken head, and tons of exotic taxidermy. The area is also home to a vast selection of expertly prepared Pacific seafood, most notably the fresh-shucked namesake delicacies in Oysterville, with an annual Jazz & Oyster Fest every August
Castaway's Seafood Grille With an incredible weekday Happy Hour, this Pacific Avenue staple boasts the "Best Clam Chowder on the Strip", beer battered fish with hand-cut chips, perfect burgers, and an array of flat-screen TVs for sports fans.
Doogers Seafood & Grill For more than 30 years this Long Beach institution has been serving fresh-caught seafood and expertly prepared steaks. Nothing beats a hearty plate of their local razor clams, scallops, or steamers.
Hungry Harbor Grille Home of the famously affordable Clam Chowder Bread Bowl, the handmade milkshakes here are also a must. So are the Halibut & Chips. There's even a breakfast buffet to start your day off right!
Lost Roo Mixing the very best things about America and Australia in the spirit of seaside fun, no restaurant or bar on Long Beach has a better assortment of Scotch, cold beer, and creatively crafted sandwiches.
The DEPOT Restaurant Winner of a 2015 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, this renowned restaurant has one of the most impressive selections of wine and microbrews in the region, served with exquisite dishes in a 1905-era rail depot.
Dennis Company Put together your clamming kit at this store, with a vast selection of sporting goods of all kinds. Shoppers today love finding everything in one place, just as they did when it was founded in 1905.
Jack's Country Store Over 200,000 items fill the shelves at this ever-popular Long Beach general store. Dating back to 1885, the inventory specializes in fine local foods like smoked salmon and oysters, vintage toys, and genuine Aladdin kerosene lamps.
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center Book & Gift Store Educational and inspirational, the American spirit of exploration is the focus of this recently renovated center 200 feet over the convergence of the Columbia River and Pacific Ocean, full of commemorative gifts of all kinds.