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Updates from the Coast
 We are getting closer to being able to welcome you back! 
 The health and safety of our residents, communities, 
and our visitors are still our highest priority.
Rest assured that people from all facets of our communities are tirelessly working together to make the needed adjustments and adaptations for a safe path forward. Everyone, even our valued guests, are going to have to do things a bit differently from here on. We hope we can count on your adaptive spirit, 
understanding and patience as we slowly reopen our doors.   

Photo credit Walter Dorsett

Guidelines for Responsible Visiting - we are looking forward to your visits

Just like our majestic lighthouses have been guiding visitors in for well over a hundred years, we want to help guide you in and keep you safe.  If you are planning to come our way (or know someone who is) please read these guidelines and plan accordingly. 
Please take a look at our  guidelines for responsible visiting.
Status Reports and Updates

Pacific County and the Long Beach Peninsula are currently in Phase I of Governor Inslee's "Safe Restart" 4-phased plan, with the exception of our lodging businesses. W e anticipate this to continue until June 1, 2020. This is simply our best estimate at this time but we will be sure to let you know if and when things change.

All of our tourism industry sectors have been learning, adapting and implementing new safety standards and operational procedures. Here are some current status reports from our industry partners.

Unlike other areas of the state, lodging in Pacific County is only available for essential travel at this time. Tentatively, after June 1, lodging properties will be available for non-essential guests at reduced and limited occupancy. Be sure to make reservations well in advance and keep in mind that things may change. Be sure to ask about cancellation and refund policies in the event things change. Click here to learn more about places to stay and making reservations.

Food and Restaurants 
Many of our fabulous food places our offering curbside pick up and/or delivery. Our food and beverage businesses have done an outstanding job of finding creative solutions to safely keep us all well fed. Our local chefs can help you with some quick take-out or a feast for the whole family. You can find an up to date listing of "to go" restaurants click here .  Don't forget that many can deliver beverages and cocktails as well. Our brewery has a roll-up window and our distillery has online ordering available. 

Retail and Activities
Essential retailers continue to be open with social distancing and enhanced safety protocols in place.  We anticipate other retailers and activities will be reopening soon. 

Outdoor Recreation
Socially distanced fishing, hiking, biking, birding and beach going are all available at this time. 

Many events have been cancelled, rescheduled, or are being revamped and restructured - things are changing daily! Once we have a little more stability we will be sharing all the updates.  4th of July fireworks shows have been cancelled by the City of Ilwaco & City of Long Beach.  The World's Longest Garage Sale is being rescheduled for Sept. 19-20, 2020.

Buy Local, Even When You Aren't 
Do you have a favorite product you can only find on the peninsula? Now you can browse and buy from Long Beach Peninsula businesses online and enjoy a little bit of the beach at home.

If you have a favorite business here at the beach that you would like to support, check if they sell gift certificates or have an online presence. Support now enjoy later!

Plan Now, Visit Later

Tools and resources for planning your visit,  when the time is right.

Download our 2020 Beach Visitors Guide or email request a copy by mail.

Maps are available on our website.

360 Beach Video Still

Look towards the horses as they walk across the screen and then look away. Notice how the sound changes to make it sound like the horses are behind you.

Learn about the deadly coastal region stretching from Tillamook Bay on the Oregon Coast to Cape Scott Provincial Park on Vancouver Island.

Capture dramatic landscapes, miles of sandy beach, birds, wildlife, and even a few roadside attractions.   

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