Find fall fun throughout Washington's Pacific County. Mushrooms, music and more!

Calling all fungi fans
The annual Wild Mushroom Celebration is Oct. 1 - Nov. 15 on the LBP

Local mushroom legend Veronica Williams will participate in a Wild Mushroom Brunch at Boreas Inn on Nov. 11-13. Visit for more.

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King boletus are among the wild mushrooms found in and around the Long Beach Peninsula.
Celebrate a wild bounty

Washington's Pacific County is renowned for its cuisine, and autumn offers the perfect opportunity to honor a local favorite: wild mushrooms. The annual Wild Mushroom Celebration is Oct. 1 - Nov. 15 and features mushroom-themed dining and activities, as well as special room rates for fungi fans. Events are spread throughout the six weeks, so there's plenty to chose from. Keep an eye on the event website as activities are added.
Jimmy Thackery headlines Blues & Seafood on Sept. 23-24.
September fun on the LBP

September starts with a bang as Come Play on Labor Day in South Bend kicks off the fun Sept. 2-5. The good times continue through the month's last weekend when Blues & Seafood returns to the Port of Ilwaco Sept. 23-24. What's in between? Quite a bit:
Enjoy a pint of North Jetty Brewing beer any time of the year.
Two Oktoberfests: Double the fun

Oktoberfest on the Long Beach Peninsula is so nice it's celebrated twice. The Seaview Oktoberfest put on by 42nd Street Cafe and North Jetty Brewing is Sept. 17 and the Chinook-style Oktoberfest is Oct. 15. Both events are fantastic and each one puts its own touch on the traditional celebration. 
The Long Beach Peninsula is one of the country's premier cranberry growing regions.
Cranberrian Fair is coming

The Cranberrian Fair on Oct. 8-9 at the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco celebrates one of the Long Beach Peninsula's most cherished crops.  The fair features crafts, vendors and food, including the ever-popular cranberry-peach pies. Craft demonstrations include rug hookers and a blacksmith.
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Read what the media is saying about Washington's Long Beach Peninsula and Pacific County:

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The Seattle Times:  Razor clam season preview
Stop by the Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau at 3914 Pacific Way in Seaview, Wash. We are open 7 days a week and almost always have fresh cup of coffee waiting for you from our local Coastal Coffee Roasters.
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