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Ocean Shores, WA

Ocean Shores is the premier ocean vacation destination in Washington State. The area boasts over 1,200 rooms in a variety of hotel and condominium complexes that line the Pacific Ocean shore. Last year over 4 million visitors toured this beautiful peninsula located on Washington's coast at the entrance to Grays Harbor.

Ocean Shores' beaches and canals have long been a favorite destination for vacationers in the Pacific Northwest. With more than six miles of flat, easily accessible ocean beaches and 23 miles of interconnecting freshwater lakes and canals, travelers can enjoy a truely relaxing oceanfront experience.

Ocean Shores' primary attraction is, of course, the ocean: playing in the sand, going for long strolls along the beaches, surf fishing or just sitting and relaxing. But the city of Ocean Shores offers numerous year-round activities. There is the excitement of gaming at the modern Quinault Beach Resort & Casino just north of the city. There is also the enjoyment of golfing, horseback riding, fishing, boating, kayaking, biking, nature walks, as well as, shopping at the many fine clothing and gift shops and dining at the city's popular restaurants.

Entertainment is a great reason for coming to Ocean Shores. Throughout the year there are weekend events that are sure to please all members of your family. Antique shows, sandcastle building and chainsaw competitions, car shows, craft shows, art & photography exhibitions, triathlons, music festivals, kite competitions, parades, dancing, water sports and an annual gathering of motorcycle owners. Add to this Ocean Shores' new 29,000 sq. ft. Convention Center and you have something for everyone.

Whether for a vacation or a weekend getaway, make your choice Ocean Shores.

Information courtesy Ocean Shores Action Committee for Tourism.
Located in:
Grays harbor,WA



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