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Washington's Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau


3914 Pacific Way  POB 562

Seaview WA 98644

Andi Day


Office Hours: 9am to 5pm




The Long Beach Peninsula in the southwestern corner of Washington state is a collection of coastal communities boasting fabulous outdoor attractions, fresh seafood and rich heritage. It’s a destination for foodies, families, fishers, nature lovers and history buffs. Twenty-eight miles of silver-sand stretches horizon to horizon.


About 1,000 rooms total on the Long Beach Peninsula. The area’s diverse lodging ranges from affordable to funky to luxury. In addition to the usual lodging options, you can put the whole team in a luxury vacation rental, rent individual cabins or find your own personal vintage travel trailer. 


Meeting Facilities
The Long Beach Peninsula offers a variety of venues from historic properties to hip, eco-friendly beachfront locations perfect for off-site meetings and small conferences.  


Activities & Amenities
The 8.2-mile Discovery Trail between Ilwaco and Long Beach is perfect for bike riding, jogging, walking, skateboarding and other non-motorized fun. Numerous state parks and a national wildlife refuge offer excellent, accessible hiking. The Port of Ilwaco is one of the West Coast’s premier fisheries and is home to numerous charters, as well as several art galleries. Horse riding on the beach is popular. There’s also a summertime farmers market in Long Beach on Fridays and a summertime market at the Port of Ilwaco on Saturdays. Attendees will find a variety of entertainment and dining options. 

Special services available on the peninsula include audio visual technicians, catering, event facilitators, photographers and the Visitor Bureau staff is happy to act as a local liaison. Shuttle bus services also are available.


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