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Discovery Awaits on the Long Beach Peninsula

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Named one of ‘America’s Favorite Beach Towns’ by ForbesTraveler.com and voted ‘Best Beach’ by the viewers of Seattle’s KING-5 TV, the Long Beach Peninsula offers visitors blocks of colorful shops, great seafood, comfortable lodging, small museums, horseback riding, and an expansive beach. Southwest Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula: home to a new national park, two historic lighthouses, renowned restaurants, cranberry bogs, and oyster farms.

2015 Razor Clam Season on the Long Beach Peninsula

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The 2015 Razor Clam Season is here! This year is expected to be even better than last year’s banner season, with over 6 million razor clams harvested! The whole family can take part in this uniquely Pacific Northwest subsistence activity. Read the latest WDFW press release on clam digs. APPROVED DATES: March 2, Monday, 4:46…

Arts, Culture, & LIVE Music on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula

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LIVE Music @ [pickled fish] As always, no cover! Enjoy delicious, locally sourced delights and experience some of the PNW’s best up and coming musical talent. • Feb 27 @ 9pm, The Winterlings • Feb 28 @ 9pm, The Winterlings • March 1 @ 7pm, Too Long Sparks • March 2 @ 7pm, Luke and…

Celebrate Asian New Year, LIVE Music & Razor Clamming

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Razor Clamming Keep calm and clam on! Razor clam digging kicks off on the Long Beach Peninsula Sunday, February 15 and continues through Sunday, February 22, with digging allowed between noon and midnight. The best time to start digging is 1-2 hours before low tide and it is recommended you take a lantern for evening…

Love & Live Music is in the Air

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  LIVE Music @ Pickled Fish As always, no cover! Enjoy delicious, locally sourced delights and experience some of the PNW’s best up and coming musical talent. • Feb 11 @ 7pm, Fernando • Feb 12 @ 7pm, Fernando • Feb 13 @ 9pm, Ian McFeron • Feb 14 @ 9pm, Ian McFeron • Feb…

Clammin' & Jammin'

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Razor Clam Digging Keep calm and clam on! Razor clam digging continues on the Long Beach Peninsula through Friday, February 6, with digging allowed between noon and midnight. The best time to start digging is 1-2 hours before low tide and it is recommended you take a lantern for evening digs. Licenses are available at…

LIVE Music, Razor Clam Digging, and Seahawks Superbowl Madness!

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  LIVE Music @ Pickled Fish As always, no cover! Enjoy delicious, locally sourced delights and experience some of the PNW’s best up and coming musical talent. • Jan 29 @ 7pm, The Easy Leaves • Jan 30 @ 9pm, The Blackberry Bushes • Jan 31@ 9pm, The Blackberry Bushes • Feb 1 @ 7pm,…

Long Beach Peninsula: Washington Filmworks Location of the Month

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Long Beach Peninsula – Sand, Surf, and Fun in the Sun! January 13, 2015 Blog, Locations, Locations Newsletter, Washington Filmworks News Washington Filmworks uses our Location of the Month newsletters to showcase the diversity of unique looks and resources for production in a number of jurisdictions around Washington State. Find previous installments archived on our website and on…

Beach Cleanup, Live Music, and Razor Clamming Continues!

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Razor Clam Digging Keep calm and clam on! Razor clam digging continues on the Long Beach Peninsula through Saturday, January 24th, with digging allowed between noon and midnight. The best time to start digging is 1-2 hours before low tide and it is highly recommended you take a lantern for evening digs. Licenses are available…

Live Music, Razor Clamming, Community Crab Feed, and Cultural Events THIS Weekend!

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LIVE Music @ Pickled Fish As always, no cover! Enjoy delicious, locally sourced delights and experience some of the PNW’s best up and coming musical talent. • Jan. 13 @ 7pm, Korby Lenker • Jan. 14 @ 7pm, The Cabin Project • Jan. 15 @ 7pm, The Cabin Project • Jan. 16 @ 9pm, The…

Witness the Annual Winter Journey of Pacific Gray Whales!

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Experience the Excitement of Spotting a Whale! Whale watching is a year-round activity on the Long Beach Peninsula with Pacific Gray Whales being the most commonly seen species. While whale watching can be done year round, there are two times during the year that are prime for watching the biannual migration of nearly 18,000 Pacific…