summertime fun on washingtons long beach peninsula

Tangy micro greens, peppery arugula, sun-sweet strawberries fresh flavors abound this summer at outdoor markets on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula and throughout Pacific County.

4th of july parade

Fresh Markets

Columbia Pacific Farmers' Market

The Columbia Pacific Farmers Market, held in downtown Long Beach, on Fridays through Oct. 11, from 4 to 7pm features an abundance of locally grown produce, goat cheese, flowers, fresh as well as prepared seafood, and much more! There is weekly entertainment and educational programming.

Saturday Market at the Port of Ilwaco

The festive Saturday Market at the Port of Ilwaco, held through Sept. 28, from 10am to 4pm, with regional crafters, music, art, sizzling sausages, smoked salmon chowder, and farm-fresh bounty.

Saturday Market in Raymond

The lively Public Market on the Willapa, adjacent to the Northwest Carriage Museum in Raymond, open Fridays and Saturdays through Dec. 21, from 8am to 4pm, with an indoor and outdoor marketplace, fresh produce, chicken eggs, planters, jewelry and other locally crafted items.

Sunday Market on the Docks

Sunday Market on the Dock in South Bend, open through Labor Day, from 10am to 4pm, with items including jewelry, art, quilts, local produce, prepared food, and entertainment.

U-Pick Berries

Cranguyma Farms welcomes you to their famous seven-acre organic blueberry patch. It's an adventure: bring your kids and your friends! Come pick as many or as few as you want! Cranguyma Farms offers a long-established (some 60 years) you-pick blueberry patch, abundant with juicy berries from mid-July into early October.

Local Farms

Specialty farms, dairies and locally prepared foods are on the rise in Pacific County. Many of our producers are present at the seasonal markets making it super easy and always educational to meet and talk with those who grow and produce our food. For those who cannot make it to the markets, try visiting the farm for a first-hand experience!

Painted Lady Lavender Farms

Nestled on the hill side off of Hwy101 on your way to the Peninsula, you will find a magical Lavender farm waiting for you to explore. They grow Lavender and make many products for you to enjoy. They are even hosting a Belly Dancing Festival August 10-11.

Fred's Homegrown Produce

Located in the town of Naselle, home to many loggers, fishers and farmers with strong roots in Finnish-American culture since its inception in the late 1800s. This farm features indoor and outdoor gardens that produce many different types of veggies and also has cows, and chickens. This farm supplies many of our local fine-dining establishments on the Long Beach Peninsula and in the Lower Columbia Region.

Strange Family Farm

The Strange Family Farm is run by Annie and Cody Strange, on the original Parpala Bros. Farm in Naselle, WA. They have two dairy cows, Jackie and Crooked, who provide the farm with its fresh, raw milk.

Sea Farms

The produce, artisan markets, and farm stands are complemented by various seafood markets throughout Pacific County including Oysterville Sea Farms, Ole Bob's Seafood, Jessie's Seafood, Goosepoint Oysters, and others.

Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau

Be sure to stop by and see us at the Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau located at 3914 Pacific Way in Seaview, WA. We are open 7 days a week year-round and will provide a warm welcome and a hot cup of coffee from our local Long Beach Coffee Roasters.

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Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau
3914 Pacific Way Seaview, WA 98644
PO Box 562 Seaview, WA 98644
(360) 642-2400 |