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The area of South Bend, Raymond and Tokeland is colloquially called North County. South Bend is less than an hour away from the Long Beach Peninsula, so day trips are an ideal way to experience life on Willapa Bay in northern Pacific County. This recommended itinerary can be conquered in a single day or strung out over a weekend, depending how quickly you meander. So, go beyond Lewis & Clark and adventure to “North County”.
Begin your journey where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center in Ilwaco. From here, explore singular state parks, outstanding beach resorts and communities along Washington’s southwest coastline. This auto tour also loops over to Vancouver, Beacon Rock, and the Columbia River Gorge. It was near here on November 7, 1805, that William Clark wrote in his journal:
“Great Joy in camp….we are in view of the Ocian, this great Pacific Octean which we have been So long anxious to See”
The Long Beach Peninsula hosts year-round events that offer something for everyone. Click the calendar to the left for an overview of the best of this year, or check out the Community Calendar which holds even more things to see and do.
Main Events Calendar [seen left]
Overview of the Peninsula’s natural attractions, outstanding museums, culinary adventures and significant history. Included are a list of our Top-10 Adventures and virtual visit information, as well as information for tour operators, media, FIT, and individual planners. Grab this one and have all the information you need to begin your exploration.
The Beach Visitors Guide is your go-to source for Long Beach Peninsula and Pacific County information. It includes maps of the peninsula and county, a calendar of events and businesses information including lodging, restaurants, shopping and services. You’ll also find information on activities and attractions. Updated each fall for winter distribution.
Thank you for choosing the Long Beach Peninsula as the location for your big day! The peninsula has a long history in hospitality and family gatherings.
No matter what the size of your guest list, you will want to be prepared for all the little things which must run smoothly so you can relax and enjoy your wedding. If you are thinking of having your ceremony on the Peninsula, you will find the resources in this Beach Wedding Planner cover all of your needs.
Whether you are planning a very formal affair or a casual ceremony, the important decisions you are making will be easier with this guide. Everything awaits you here: beautiful beaches, forest glades, dramatic ocean views, and the comfort of a serene locale.
We had the pleasure of meeting David Craft while he was working on his Eagle Scout project, a wonderful booklet for children of all ages visiting the Peninsula. David designed and developed the booklet, as well as created the activities found within. He worked with local artist Don Nisbett to create cover and interior illustrations AND raised funds to print the first run of 1000 copies for distribution by our office.
Guest Directory Filled with restaurant menus, a guide to local shopping and attractions, hotel information, TV & church guides, safety and tsunami information, the Guest Directory is a popular tool for visitors. You’ll find this useful binder of information in hotel rooms locally, along with most B&Bs and some vacation rental homes. You can also view a copy at the front desk of RV parks, ports, cities and, of course, here at the Vistors Bureau. Updated each spring.