There's still time to plan for a storm watching trip to the peninsula! Bundle up with a hot cup of coffee and watch giant waves crash beneath the historic Cape Disappointment Lighthouse. Find storm watching tips and safety info here.
Maintain social distancing and eat delicious peninsula fare - like fresh Dungness crab and Willapa oysters - with take out from your favorite restaurants! You can find local to-go options right here.
Pack Your Binoculars!
Each winter whales pass by the Peninsula after spending the summer feeding in the food-rich waters of the Arctic! Pack your binoculars and head to the coast for a chance to spot these incredible creatures as they pass by. Now through early February is winter whale watching prime time.
Birding From Beach to Bay
Over 300 species of birds call the peninsula home throughout the year, and winter brings unique species, including flocks of scurrying shorebirds, peregrine falcons, and merlins. If you're a novice, be sure to check out these tips from our local experts!
Beach Dogs of the Month:
Dylan & Tula
Beach dogs are the happiest dogs, and this month we're naming these two best friends as beach dogs of the month for January 2021.