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The North Head Lighthouse is Looking Good

Last fall scaffolding came off the North Head Lighthouse to reveal crisp white stucco after contractors completed phase two of the restoration process. This sparked a flurry of excitement about this iconic piece of history on the Peninsula. At the Visitors Bureau, we often hear two questions: When will the lighthouse reopen for tours? When…

Budget Friendly Activities on the Long Beach Peninsula for the Whole Family

You don’t have to break the bank to bring your family to the beach this spring. Here are just a few budget friendly activities to make your vacation to the Long Beach Peninsula one to remember! Visit Our State Parks Cost: A Washington State Park Discover Pass only costs $10 for a day pass or…

Inspiration and Planning for Your 2018 Getaway - We're Here to Help!

Did you know you can order copies of our 2018 guide and calendar for free? All you have to do is email ask@funbeach.com with your mailing address. If you can’t wait on snail mail to start planning your getaway, we have printable PDF versions available. Click here for the guide or click here for the…

Love on the LBP

With 28 miles of beach, vivid sunsets, breathtaking landscape, and plenty of cozy places to eat, the Long Beach Peninsula has all the elements of the perfect romantic getaway. Now is the time to sweep your loved one off their feet and onto the beach for Valentine’s Day. Don’t have a Valentine? No problem. The LBP…

Cape Disappointment Virtual Tour

The Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau recently partnered with the Port of Seattle to bring you 360-degree virtual tours complete with spacial audio. Now, you can escape to the beach anytime, anywhere. Our first video featured scenes from the longest, most pristine beach on the west coast. Learn more about how to enjoy these videos…

10 Great Spots for Photos on the Long Beach Peninsula

There are countless great spots for photos on the Long Beach Peninsula, so make sure you charge your phone or bring along your camera. Capture dramatic landscapes, miles of sandy beach, birds, wildlife, and even a few roadside attractions when you visit. Be sure to share your photos on Instagram with #longbeachwa. We love to feature…

Restaurant Month on the Long Beach Peninsula: Dine to Make a Difference

Beginning January 2nd, the Long Beach Peninsula will be celebrating the abundance of the Pacific Northwest in our first annual Restaurant Month. Our restaurants take great pride in featuring dishes created from scratch every day. They often feature locally and regionally sourced ingredients, so you’re sure to eat the freshest cuisine possible. When you use…

Choose Your Own Adventure in Pacific County for 2018

Long Beach Peninsula 2017 resolution

Event dates are up, and you can click here to print off a calendar for your fridge or planner! As the new year draws near, it’s time to start planning your beach visit. With so many ways to experience Pacific County, you may have to visit more than once. Delicious and Fresh Pacific County features…

Gifts from the Beach

Send your landlocked loved ones gifts from the beach this December! The Long Beach Peninsula has an abundance of local products and experiences that are sure to delight. Gifts for Foodies Coastal cuisine is a treat for any occasion. Send fresh seafood from OleBob’s Seafood Market if you really want to impress or send a selection…

Experience Willapa Bay Oysters

Valentines

Months with “r” are well known for being the best time for eating oysters, and that’s no accident. Traditionally, cold months bring a more desirable texture and flavor. Now, with modern growing techniques, you can enjoy plump, delicious oysters year-round no matter the season. What Makes Willapa Bay Oysters so Special Here in Pacific County,…