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Valentine's Day at the beach
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Linger in love on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula

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Love is in the air on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula.
Spend Valentine's Day on the LBP
Call us romantics, but we love an old-fashion Valentine's Day celebration. Sandy beach walks (bundle up and snuggle up!), Pacific Ocean sunsets, fresh Willapa Bay oysters - you'll find all the ingredients for a romantic Valentine's Day getaway right here on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula. Find a love nest and head for the beach!
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Celebrate Valentine's Day Pacific County-style with fresh Willapa Bay oysters.
Oysters are for lovers

Oysters have long been considered an aphrodisiac. You'll find some of the freshest, tastiest Pacific and Kumamoto oysters in the world grown on Willapa Bay. Buy them fresh at seafood markets like Ole Bob's  or  Jessie's Ilwaco Fish Company  in Ilwaco,  Sportsmen's Cannery  in Seaview, the  Crab Pot: Seafood Market  in Long Beach,  Oysterville Sea Farms  in Oysterville or  Ekone Oyster Company  in Bay Center.
Find fresh oysters at local seafood markets

February and March mark the Peninsula's Relaxation Season.
'Relaxation Season' on the coast
Uncrowded restaurants, shorter lines, plenty of parking and wide-open stretches of beach are just a few of the perks of visiting the Long Beach Peninsula during Relaxation Season, a quieter stretch between February and March before the spring and summer travel seasons kick off.

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The Asian New Year Kite Celebration, running now through Feb. 7, is one of several winter kite events taking place At the World Kite Museum & Hall of Fame in Long Beach.
Kite fun takes flight in February

The Asian New Year Kite Celebration runs now through Feb. 7. It includes special Asian kite displays, tasty bites and activities. Other winter kite events include the World Kite Museum Spring Fundraiser on March 11 and Spring Break Family Kite Fun from mid-March to mid-April. Kiting is a lifelong activity that's fun for the whole family. Check out the museum, enjoy the events and fly your own kite on the Peninsula's miles of open beach!

2017 planning tools: Beach Visitors Guide, Discovery Map and Events card. Request yours from ask@funbeach.com.
Get your 2017 Visitors Guide today

Revamped Discovery Maps and 2017 Beach Visitors Guides have arrived and they're waiting for you. We mail BVGs and maps free of charge, so request your copies today by sending your name and address to ask@funbeach.com.

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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 coffee waiting for you from our local Coastal Coffee Roasters.
Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau | 360.642.2400 | ask@funbeach.com www.VisitLongBeachPeninsula.com