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Harvest season has arrived and for mushroom-picking enthusiasts, there is no better time to head into the Pacific Northwestern forests for all kinds of fungi finds. From spotting the perfect mushroom to spending peaceful time in nature, there’s a lot to love about mushroom hunting....

Glass floats at Tides in Seabrook!

Fall in Seabrook. When the leaves turn from green to yellow to deep burnt orange and there's nothing more enticing than curling up with a blanket and watching the waves crash on the shore. There is a reason that autumn is one of our favorite...

Fishing Guide and People With Fish

It’s a classic photo that you’ll find proudly displayed on a mantle, in a study, or on a bedside table. A family with smiles stretched ear to ear, sunkissed cheeks, and a fish caught just minutes before.

There’s a good chance that there’s a...

Whales on the Washington Coast

Washington State is no stranger to wildlife sightings. This little slice of paradise is home to over 500 species of birds, healthy herds of deer and elk, and thriving aquatic ecosystems. And during certain times of the year, we host some of the largest and...

Skimboarding in Seabrook

Skimboarding is a sport few people have heard about, and even fewer have tried. But this niche sport is growing, and it’s easy to see why. It’s an activity that you can do just about anywhere and requires minimal gear to get started.

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Beachcombing and Glass Floats

During your visit to Seabrook, Washington this March and April, take part in the Seabrook Glass Float Find! Every day of your stay, hunt for beautiful, hand-blown glass globes hidden throughout the town. 

This scavenger hunt is a favorite event for locals and visitors alike!...

Views of the Olympic Mountains from Damon Point

One of the big perks of staying in Seabrook is being able to day-trip to some great locations  less than an hour away. A favorite of Seabrook-ites & guests is the crescent shaped beach at Damon Point. Damon point is a half-mile wide stretch of natural...

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