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BasecampA nice quiet private suite just steps from everything Westport has to offer! The space has a fully-equipped kitchen, living and dining space, and a full bath with tub. You have your own private entrance and a small patio with a bbq and crab cooker. There is a beautiful trail just a short walk away that can take you through beautiful coastal pines to the beach! Also nearby to explore is the local brewery, Lighthouse, Westhaven State Park and the marina district! Ample parking in driveway.
*NEW* Totem Tides-private Hot Tub, steps to beachTotem Tides is located with in walking distance to Ocean Shores public beach access and just a few blocks to downtown Ocean Shores meaning you are only steps away from the ocean and the town. You can have the best of both worlds here, a quiet place to unwind, as well as close to everything ocean shores has to offer. As soon as you walk inside, you’ll see why we think this place is magical.
Namaste Beach HomeReady to Live Your Best Life??? Pull back the curtains after a restful night’s sleep and let light & sound of the ocean flood into this beautiful Bohemian Beach House. Recharge, Relax and Have Fun. Namaste! Here's what we offer: Space: 3 Bedrooms, 6 Beds, Kitchen, Dishwasher, Washer & Dryer, Free Parking, 3 Workstations, Game Room with fun games; Beach Cafe Bar, Grill (Located on the deck), 2 Dog crates & Dog bowls, Fast WIFI, Free Masks, Near beach & restaurants.
Situated at the tip of the Point Brown peninsula, Ocean Shores has everything you could want in a Pacific Northwest beach getaway. The beach running down its western edge is the main draw of this small coastal town — especially in summer, when kites and migratory shorebirds fill the sky, surfers carve waves off the coast, and tidepools reveal an underwater world of sea stars and anemones. Colorful beach shacks serve fresh seafood pulled straight from the ocean, and vacationers cruise around on electric bikes. But there’s more to Ocean Shores than its beautiful beach. The popular Weatherwax Trail loops through a lush coastal forest, home to deer and coyotes as well as a variety of birds. Further south, Damon Point and the North Jetty offer coastal walks, small rugged coves, and spectacular sunset views.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is the nearest airport serving Ocean Shores. It’s located approximately 122 miles away from the city. By car, which is the most convenient way to reach Ocean Shores, it can be reached in approximately 2.5 hours. The city is connected to the rest of Grays Harbor County by State Route 109. Once you’ve arrived in town, there are numerous car-free ways to get around. Many people opt to explore by foot, bike, and horseback, taking their time to absorb the surroundings. To see the area from a different perspective, you can also take a tour of its interconnected waterways via an electric boat.
This vibrant coastal town comes to life in the summer months, when the weather is warmer, at least by Pacific Northwest standards. Don’t come too early in the summer if you’re looking for a beach getaway: The month of June often means a fogged-in coastline. July through September are the warmest months, and September and October, the clearest. During April through October, approximately 18,000 grey whales migrate past Ocean Shores, with May offering the highest chances of spotting them. During fall and winter, visitors can join the locals in evening razor clam digs that take place at low tide. December and January are the coldest, rainiest months, making it a good time to bundle up indoors and watch the coastal storms roll in.
Constant waves and winds make Ocean Shores Beach a fantastic spot for surfing and wind-surfing in the Pacific Ocean. Its wide, sandy shore is the perfect spot to unroll a towel and scan the horizon for grey whales and orcas. In the evenings, this west-facing beach is a nice place to admire the sunset over the water. Behind the beach you’ll find several seafood restaurants and souvenir shops.
Damon Point is a fantastic spot for a scenic picnic, offering uninterrupted views of the Olympic Mountains and Grays Harbor. It’s quite popular among nature lovers, thanks to its fantastic bird watching (including the snowy owl). The driftwood, seashells, agate, and other gems scattered across its sands make it a beachcomber’s paradise.
Established in 1967, Seashore Conservation Area State Park is one of the most rugged coastal parks in Washington. It stretches for 62 miles from Cape Disappointment, near the Washington-Oregon state border, to Moclips, on the southern boundary of the Quinault Indian National Reserve. The park, which encompasses several beaches, is a hotspot for watersports, wildlife watching, and kite flying.