domingo, fevereiro 20, 2005


Long Beach Washington Peninsula Anchored on Washington’s southwestern-most coast, the Long Beach Peninsula is rich in tradition, raw beauty and award-winning lodging and dining establishments.
Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Columbia River and Willapa Bay, this favorite vacation destination is a refuge for migrating birds and people seeking the solace of a seaside retreat.
Two lighthouses, military forts, museums and interpretive centers illuminate the Peninsula’s rich history. It is here, where the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean meet, that Lewis and Clark realized President Jefferson's quest. Today’s visitors find a wealth of attractions to feed an inquisitive mind and an adventurous spirit.
Celebrations are held each month and every summer weekend. Notable are the Washington State International Kite Festival, SandSations sand sculpture competition, the Northwest Garlic Festival and 'Ocian in View'–a Lewis & Clark event held Veterans Day weekend. Click for the complete schedule.
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