Long Beach Peninsula: The Coast With the Most

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Expansive beach, ocean vistas, craggy tree-lined cliffs—Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula is home to idyllic Pacific Northwest splendor.

With a variety of coastal landscapes, the Long Beach Peninsula offers 28 miles of tungsten-hued beach, surf, flaxen dunes, and scrub pine forest fronting the Pacific Ocean. Sea, bay and river vistas complement rocky headlands, moss-laden forests, lakes and wetlands. Crimson cranberry bogs, ripe in autumn, dot the peninsula.Long Beach

Additional settings include the working fishing village of Ilwaco, Victorian homes of Seaview and Main Street facades of Long Beach, a classic beach town. The Willapa Bay village of Oysterville is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and dates to the mid-1800s.

A wooden boardwalk and paved trail provide ocean-view platforms. A range of lodging options, great restaurants and caterers complete the package.

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