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Discovery Awaits!

The Willapa Hills are green and the Long Beach Peninsula is hopping. Whether it’s a visit for spring break or a two-day getaway, there’s plenty to do and see in Pacific County.

Our parks are open; visit the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, Leadbetter Point, Fort Columbia, Cape Disappointment and the lighthouses.
Many local museums, including the Northwest Carriage Museum – as well as a variety of other sites and attractions – are open for business.

Whether you come to ride or hike the Willapa Hills Trail, shop downtown Long Beach, play on the beach or investigate the shifting sands of Tokeland and North Cove, Pacific County suits a diverse array of visitors.

Follow these links for help in planning your trip:

Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce         Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau


The Pacific County Economic Development Council is a private non profit organization that works in part with Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development, three ports, PUD No. 2, Pacific Transit System and private business.  MORE>>

Visit North Pacific County

Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce:

Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce

Visit South Pacific County

Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau:

Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau