Long Beach, Washington
Just a few hours from the metropolitan bustle of Portland and Seattle is a wild finger of land that embodies the classic Pacific Northwest spirit – adventurous, spectacular and invigorating. Welcome to Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula, where Lewis & Clark ended their overland expedition and so many other journeys began. The Peninsula is home to living history at Oysterville on the northern tip and the century-old working lighthouses of Cape Disappointment State Park to the south.
Enjoy miles of walking, biking and hiking trails, numerous museums detailing the areas rich history and, of course, world famous seafood. Willapa Bay oysters, Long Beach razor clams and Ilwaco salmon and tuna are renowned by chefs and enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. Kayaking, beach combing, birding, fishing, clam digging, horseback riding and kite flying are among the many outdoors opportunities the Peninsula provides.Learn More
From the Washington State International Kite Festival in August to the Razor Clam Festival in April, nearly every Long Beach Peninsula weekend is punctuated by events that highlight regional arts, cuisine, music and culture. These celebrations honor the Peninsula's past, present and future, and many offer a historical perspective of the region, such as the Cranberrian Fair in October and the "Ocian in View" Cultural Weekend in November. Boreas Inn participates in the annual autumn Wild Mushroom Celebration. This year, Boreas Inn's all-inclusive package will be offered Nov. 11-13. Call (360) 642-8069 for more information about the Wild Mushroom Celebration. And visit the Long Beach Peninsula Visitor Bureau for complete festival and celebration information.Learn More
- Kite Festival
- Lewis and Clark
- NWcoast.com for Washington and Oregon coast
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Choose Boreas Inn to enjoy easy access to all that the Long Beach, Washington Peninsula has to offer.