The shadows are deeper in this part of the world, and the power and beauty of the ocean invite introspection. Roll up the cuffs of your pants and walk along the beach or light a fire in the fireplace and relax.
This is a place of tales, long naps and sunsets that last forever. It’s where history started before words could be written, and where the lore of the Quinault outlines the topography better than any map.
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3. Copalis Beach
Copalis is known as the "Home of the razor clam". The fame seems justified. The community sits near the northern end of probably the greatest razor clam bed in the world. Nearby attractions include the Copalis River, Iron Springs Resort, lots of hiking trails and tons of beach access.Read More
Moclips is a beautiful small town in the North Beach area of Washington State. Local activities include camping, hiking, kayaking, clamming, surfing, fishing and bird watching. The community has kite contests, sand sculpture competitions, and the Kelper’s Parade and Celebration. Dine at a beachside restaurant, or visit the Museum of the North Beach and the Quinault Indian Reservation.Read More