The sky’s the limit. It feels as if Long Beach was dreamt up from a kitschy collector’s imagination. Take a self-guided walking tour of the cranberry museum, or marvel at an alligator man in the oddity museum. Should you walk the coast of the “World’s Longest Beach,” or decide unanimously that it’s much more enchanting to explore together on horseback? Let your thoughts echo off the cascading cliffs, and watch as darting kites become a spectacle of color.


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Key Features

· 24-Hour Front Desk
· Wi-Fi Internet Access
· Elevators


· Activities Center
· Barbecue Area
· Beach Access
· Children’s Pool (Outdoor)
· Computer with Internet (Shared)
· Fitness Center
· Hot Tub (Outdoor)
· Owner Lounge
· Swimming Pool (Outdoor)

Before You Go


Whats On




Things To See and Do


North Head Lighthouse

Construction of North Head Lighthouse began in 1896. Along with the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse, North Head Lighthouse has helped mariners navigate safe passage to the treacherous entrance of the Columbia river. The Coast Guard restored the lighthouse in 1984 and opened it to the public under the direction of Cape Disappointment State Park. Today the keepers dwelling is available for overnight stays.


Columbia River Maritime Museum

Located in Astoria, this museum focuses on the Pacific Northwest’s rich maritime history, and boasts more than 30,000 objects, 15,000 photographs and a 7,000-volume research library. Open: 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily (closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day). 18 mi.


Leadbetter Point

On the northernmost tip of the Long Beach Peninsula, separating the Pacific Ocean from Willapa Bay, Leadbetter Point State Park & Wildlife Refuge is a great spot for hiking and bird watching.