Nestled at the foot of the Olympic Peninsula is "Washington's best kept secret".  A beautiful region where the beaches of the Pacific meet the deep green rain forests, the area between Pacific Beach and Moclips features over two miles of  wide open, sandy, beckoning beaches.  Far from the hustle and bustle of the Oregon coast the town of Pacific Beach is a sleepy laid back community of about 1000 residents with everything a "beach town" visitor needs.  A kite shop, mini-mart, drive in restaurant for your lunch time meals, several sit down restaurants for dinner and numerous places for lodging, weather it be one of the lodges, the state park right on the beach or at Seabrook just down the highway a mile. 

        Lodging around town is whatever you desire.  The Pacific Beach State Park is right at the beach and offers over 10 acres of r.v. sites and  camp sites with electricity.  You can have sand at your front door and the sound of waves lapping throughout the night.  Numerous lodging establishments are spread through town and beach homes are available for rent with a little research on the internet.  There is something to fit everyone's taste and budget.

        The flat sandy beach at Pacific Beach is perfect for everyone's favorite beach activity.  A gentle breeze lifts your kite into the air while the kids hunt sand dollars and shells along the water line.  Playing with your four legged friend in the surf is always fun and there is plenty of room to play that long throw fetch.  Build a sand castle or just sit back, have a picnic, or read a book and enjoy your surroundings.

        Pacific Beach is located about 20 miles North of Ocean Shores, 35 miles West of Aberdeen, 82 miles West of Olympia, 177 miles North of Portland and it is 238 miles from Yakima. 

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