Spring is on the way and you’ll never run out of things to do during this beautiful time of year in Washington state, from the mountains to the coast! A favorite adventure hub for explorers of all ages is starting or ending the journey in Seabrook, where all sorts of outdoor fun is right at your fingertips.
Stay and explore the growing beach town itself this spring break with endless things to do or plan day-trips to nearby coastal destinations and activities and the splendor found in the Olympic National Park!
Family-friendly Outdoor Activities In Town
Seabrook is a town built for walkability and that’s just what you’ll want to do with the family with something fun to do all throughout town! Check out some of the best outdoor fun and games all accessible right within Seabrook.
The Dugout — You don’t need to worry about packing outdoor game equipment or games! Seabrook Hospitality guests are able to check out all kinds of complimentary equipment and games during their stay.
Pickleball & Tennis — Head to Kucera Park for pickleball with an ocean view or to the tennis and converted pickleball courts near Horseshoe Park in the Farm District.
Playground — Try out the zipline, swings, or slides at the playground right before the grand arbor entrance into the Farm District! Pop over to Kucera Park for smaller slides and climbing obstacles where little ones love to play!
The Gnome Trail — After playing in the Old Stump in the Mill District, meander down the Gnome Trail and check out the gnome homes or build a new one yourself with all-natural materials found throughout the woods.
Miniature Golf — Pick up mini golf clubs and golf balls from The Dugout and head to Kucera Park for a quick game of miniature golf.
Bocce Ball — Meander towards South Alder Park for a game or two of bocce ball.
Shuffleboard & Horseshoes — Head to the north end of Crescent Park for a game of shuffleboard or horseshoes. For a game of horseshoes in the Farm District, head toward the oyster shell path on the west side of Windgate Barn.
Basketball — Shoot and swish the day away on the basketball courts located right next to the playground near the grand arbor entrance to the Farm District.
Crescent Park & Horseshoe Park — Want to play a game or soccer, volleyball, or football? The wide open spaces of Crescent Park and Horseshoe Park offer the perfect place for outdoor games.
Sunrise Park — Play a game of catch in Sunrise Park in the South Farm neighborhood or relax on the dual swings at sunset.
Fire Pits — Unwind after a day of adventuring by one of the many community fire pits all throughout town! Wood is complimentary and maintenance is able to help start a fire if you need it. Just bring along the fixings for s’mores and come ready with your favorite campfire songs!
Outdoor Adventures Steps Away From Town Center
It’s easy to spend a week or more taking in all of the activities in and around Seabrook with its ideal location on the ocean and direct access to mountain biking and hiking trails. Kickstart days of fun in and on the water or in the expansive trail network with some of these sports and activities.
Beach & Water Fun — Enjoy the ocean air with beachcombing, kite flying, surfing, clam digging, paddleboarding, skimboarding, biking, kayaking, beach bonfires, and more! Stop by Buck’s Northwest on Front Street for any of your equipment rental needs such as wet suits, surf boards, skim boards, etc. or Brooklet’s Toys on Market Street for kites!
Trail Fun — Walk, hike, or bike throughout town where you are always near the growing trail network system within and around Seabrook. With trails suitable for all skill levels, you can spend a few minutes or a few hours enjoying the natural forest surroundings.
Make A Day Of It
There’s so much to explore along the Washington coast, planning a day trip is one of the easiest ways to get the most out of springtime. Whether it’s a day of sightseeing combined with memorable destinations, visiting historical sites, or a day of fishing, there’s no shortage of beautiful destinations that make a perfect day trip from Seabrook. Here are just a few ideas to get you started.
Spend A Day Catching Dinner — Fishing fans are in for a treat come springtime! Connect with Seabrook Hospitality’s Concierge Services to help you book a day full of fishing fun with highly recommended local fishing guides!
Experience Lake Quinault — The Lake Quinault area is only a 45-minute drive from Seabrook and is also the entrance in the Olympic National Park. It’s easy and so refreshing to spend an entire day hiking the various trails, having a picnic, and exploring the shoreline of the beautiful Lake Quinault.
Roam The Coastal Beaches — Going north or going south from Seabrook, you’re in for beautiful coastal sights of the Pacific Ocean. Spend a day at Damon Point in Ocean Shores about a 35-minute drive south from Seabrook and experience everything from shorebirds to sea life among the jetty rocks at low tide. This is a popular beach for agate beachcombing, too! Take a drive north and spend the day at the stunning Ruby Beach access with sea stacks for miles, tide pools, and breathtaking sunsets.
Enjoy Some Maritime History — Coastal towns all have rich histories to enjoy learning about and taking a day trip to Westport, a little over an hour from Seabrook, offers several fun and informative insights into maritime history. Stop by the International Mermaid Museum for an inside look on everything mermaid-related from around the world! Don’t miss a visit to the historical Grays Harbor Lighthouse and the Westport Maritime Museum, too.
Cozy Up In A Vacation Rental That’s Perfect For You
After a day of your favorite outdoor activities, rest easy in a vacation rental that perfectly suits the needs of your party. From private hot tubs to fire pits, to large or small accommodations, you’ll find what you’re looking for in a stay at Seabrook.