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Beach - Resorts and Lodges in Washington
The Washington Coast is straight out of a beach bummer’s dream! The Pacific shoreline is perfect for a sandy stroll, a crabbing adventure, a sand castle building contest, or just a tanning session. Stay at the Breakers of Long Beach and explore 28 miles of beach, where you can spot a sea lion in the surf or take part in the famous clamming weekend. Stay at the Grey Gull and enjoy an array of aquatic adventures that range from whale watching to deep sea fishing to jet skiing. Ocean Crest Resort is located on the Olympic Peninsula, where scenic beaches are best spotted while on a kayaking expedition. Head to the San Juan Islands and West Beach Resort’s sand and pebble beach turns into a 160,000-square-foot wonderland during low tide. Find your oceanfront Oasis on the sun-kissed shorelines of Washington!
You'll have easy access to the sandy shores of Lake Quinault during your stay at Rain Forest Resort Village. The South Shore of the lake is the perfect spot for building sand castles, splashing around in the shallows, or setting off for a kayaking adventure. Bring your fishing pole along and cast off right from the shore!
Snug Harbor Marina Resort maintains a private shoreline along Mitchell Bay just for you! Spend the day relaxing on the shore line, or head out onto the open water with a charter to view the local whale pods. Crisp blue water greets you as the sun rises from your waterfront cabin. Get right out and enjoy the Washington Coast!
At low tide West Beach Resort's sand and pebble beach turns into a 160,000-sq.-ft. playground where you can search for San Juan Islands sea creatures. The resort's activity kiosk provides all the gear you'll need for Washington Coast clamming, and you might even find eels, fish and sea cucumbers hiding under rocks! This isn't your ordinary beach!
Located on the Olympic Peninsula, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the scenic beaches of the Pacific Northwest. With the waves lapping at the rocks and trees, you'll discover a peaceful and rejuvenating atmosphere you'll never want to leave. Explore the area with walks on the beach, or see it from the water in a kayak!
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