Tourism

Attractions across all of Pacific County

Pacific County encompasses the southwestern most corner of Washington State, featuring 28 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline, scenic Willapa Bay, wildlife refuges, historical points of interest and a multitude of outdoor recreation opportunities, making Pacific County a very popular tourism destination. Tourism represents a significant portion of the county economy and continues to grow in importance as more visitors choose to explore the Washington Coast.

The area is marked by a low concentration of development and includes many parks and refuges including several in northern Pacific County. It is home to Willapa Bay — one of the most pristine and bio-diverse estuaries in the contiguous 48 states.

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Tourism is a growth industry in Pacific County with visitor spending of $192 million generated in 2020. There is a thriving hospitality industry on the Long Beach Peninsula, and annual festivals and events throughout the County that attract and enhance the visitor experience. Pacific County is renowned for its seafood offerings including world-renowned Willapa Bay oysters, which are locally grown and harvested. Restaurants specialize in local oysters, Dungeness crab, pacific salmon and other seafood. 

Major attractions include the Cape Disappointment State Park and Lighthouses, Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Mountain National Park, and miles of ocean beaches and wilderness trails.

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