Long Beach, WA, USA

Long Beach, WA, USA

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Where to stay around Long Beach, WA?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 127 vacation rentals near Long Beach. From 60 houses to 18 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Long Beach for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Long Beach – a gateway to the Evergreen State

Set on the windswept Washington coast, Long Beach is quickly emerging as one of the state's top family-friendly destinations. The city sits on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula, a stunning stretch of the Evergreen State known for sumptuous seafood, scarlet cranberry bogs and rugged Pacific Northwest scenery. Spend your days basking on the beach, exploring state parks or simply relaxing with loved ones in a Long Beach vacation rental villa.

Clams and cranberries in Long Beach

Long Beach holds the world record for the most kites flown at one time. This means no trip is complete without watching your own colorful kite soar over the sand. Cranberries have been farmed on the Long Beach Peninsula since the late 1800s. Today, businesses such as Cranguyma Farms offer the chance to climb into the bog and pick your own. Clamming is another of Long Beach's favorite pastimes, so why not get digging? There's no better way to enjoy your bounty than with a BBQ on the deck of a Long Beach vacation rental cottage.

Get sky high at the Long Beach World Kite Museum

From Afghanistan to America, the World Kite Museum showcases kites from across the globe. There's even a DIY table where kids can craft their own kites. Little ones will love Marsh's Free Museum, a local gem, filled with all manner of oddities, including Jake the Alligator Man. For Long Beach Peninsula's best views, head to Cape Disappointment State Park, where you can work your way through rugged beaches, soaring sea cliffs and wind-ravished lighthouses. Find out more about the park's history at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, which celebrates the epic cross-continental journey taken by the iconic US explorers.

Sun-drenched summers on the Long Beach Peninsula

Summer is high season on the Long Beach Peninsula, with flocks of sun seekers descending on the Washington coast. Expect long days, calm water and highs that hover around the 70s. You'll also catch summer celebrations such as the International Kite Festival, which is held every August. Washington's beaches are popular with 4WD enthusiasts, so, if you're craving a quieter scene, consider visiting in spring or fall, when the crowds taper off. If cranberries are on your wish list, the season kicks off in late September.

Hit Long Beach's Olympic Discovery Trail

Long Beach is one of several towns perched on the Washington coast. It sits on the Long Beach Peninsula, a 28-mile-long sand spit that juts out into the Pacific Ocean. Snag a waterfront Long Beach vacation rental condo and you'll enjoy front row seats to fiery Pacific Ocean sunsets. Venture inland and you'll find sanctuaries such as the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge. The lush wetlands are a haven for local birdlife. You can also throw on your hiking shoes and explore the Olympic Discovery Trail, a scenic coastal path that traces the route taken by Lewis and Clark.