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Wander crowd-free beaches, feast on the the creativity of local chefs, and maybe meet a ghost or two. Fall on the Washington coast is a paradise for foodies, nature lovers, and seekers of serenity alike.

Feast on fresh, fall flavors
Mush love for fabulous fall fungi

Celebrate mushroom season on the coast during the annual Wild Mushroom Celebration, now through November 15. Enjoy mushroom inspired dishes from local chefs, guided hikes, and workshops. Get all the details here.
Coastal cranberries are here

Want to add something special to your holiday dinner spread? The cranberry harvest is in full swing, and you can now pick up fresh coastal cranberries at peninsula grocery stores and roadside stands. (Hint: they freeze well!)
Explore a natural wonderland
Flying into fall

The peninsula sits on a major migratory flyway, which makes it a treat for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts. These 5 fall hikes are perfect for birders and nature lovers alike.
Big waves are on the way

Come see why storm season is a favorite for photographers and locals alike. There's nothing quite like watching waves crash beneath the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse, chasing rainbows or being wowed by sun breaks over the Pacific.
Share your storm season photos

Be sure to tag your beach rainbows and big waves with #LongBeachWA on Instagram for a chance to be featured!
Gather round for ghost stories
Historical haunts on the peninsula

Rich in history, the peninsula is home to many ghosts. Here are some famous local ghosts to keep an eye out for.

Last year, Cape Disappointment was even featured on Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel.

Not into spooks? Don't worry. We think beach ghosts are the good kind.
Relax. The studies are out. Using your paid time off is good for you

Turn on your out of office message and put your phone on silent. You'll be too busy making memories with your favorite people while you eat fresh seafood, ride bikes along the breathtaking Discovery Trail, and explore 28 miles of pristine, Washington coastline.
Stop by the Visitors Bureau any day of the week for local insights, brochures, maps, and hot coffee from our local
Coastal Coffee Roasters .
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