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On the east side of Willapa Bay, near the present village of Nahcotta, is a public harvesting area. The limit is 18 oysters. The mud is thick and cloying, but it doesn't get in the way of a pleasant adventure. Dungeness crab litter the bottom of Willapa Bay, and razor clam season is open intermittently from September until June.
Every year in October and November the Long Beach Peninsula celebrates the bounty of wild mushrooms that grow there with their Wild Mushroom Celebration and this year Innkeepers David and Laurie are offering a special cooking class on Thursday, October 24th, 2019 from 3 to 5pm at China Beach Retreat.
Innkeepers David Campiche and Laurie Anderson added the Audubon Cottage to their accommodation offerings at China Beach Retreat in 2006. Since then it has only grown in popularity. The cottage is suitable for one couple and comes complete with a king size bed, outdoor Japanese-style soaking tub, indoor two-person, hydrotherapy, air-jet massage tub, 42" flat screen TV, a sitting area downstairs and a little kitchenette.
Tired of the same old cliche bachelor and bachelorette party ideas? Do something different for a truly special Pacific Northwest experience.
Stroll, shop and eat until your heart's content at the Saturday Market in the historic fishing village of Ilwaco.
Go on a driving tour of the Clamshell Railroad - the railroad that rain with the tide. For 41 years the railroad made thousands of journeys from one end of this peninsula to the other.
Enjoy the beach, ship and whale watching, and exploring 2 lighthouses, the interpretive center and hiking trails at Cape Disappointment State Park.
Have fun at the greatest, kite festival in North America at the International Kite Festival. The festival is a week long celebration held annually on the third full week of August in Long Beach, Washington.
Digging for clams may sound like a lot of work, but it’s actually quite a fun experience! We’ve got the tentative Fall and Winter dates for 2017 and everything you need to know on hot to dig and prevent waste.