Fronted by a large sand beach that is one of the few you can actually drive on, your WorldMark Long Beach is ideally positioned for enjoying the cool ocean breezes and charming activities of Southwest Washington. Lewis and Clark ended their famous expedition to the West Coast nearby, and you’ll be glad you decided to make it your next destination.
Once you’ve settled into your spacious, comfortable unit, take time to enjoy the resort’s many recreation facilities. Outside you’ll find a pool, spa and children’s pool, while the interior of the resort features a game room, recreation center, Fitness center, business center and gift shop.
Beyond the resort, you can have fun exploring the numerous state parks, hiking paths and trails in the area. Learn the history of kites and kite flying at the World Kite Museum & Hall of Fame, or try your own hand at taming the powerful winds along the coast. Stroll along the popular Long Beach Boardwalk, stretching for half a mile and offering superb views and interpretive displays, or take a short walk into the city of Long Beach.
2 Bedroom Queen Units are all located on the 4th floor of the resort.
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.
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.
Journey back in time in Oysterville, where the entire town is on the National Register of Historic Places. And don't forget to eat some oysters!
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.
Cape Disappointment State Park
A 1,882-acre camping park on the Long Beach Peninsula, fronted by the Pacific Ocean. The park offers two miles of ocean beach, two lighthouses, an interpretive center and hiking trails. Visitors enjoy beachcombing and exploring the area's rich natural and cultural history. The nearby coastal towns of Ilwaco and Long Beach feature special events and festivals spring through fall.
January: Windless Kite Festival
June: Garlic Festival
July: Sandsations, Annual Rodeo
August: Blues& Seafood Festival, Jazz & Oyster Festival, Annual Kite Festival
September: Rod Run to the End of the World
October: Cranberry Festival
Parking is limited at WorldMark Long Beach to one parking space per reservation and the resort is not able to accommodate the storage of boats, RVs and trailers. Please contact the Front Desk for options.
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