Experience one of the best times of the year on the Washington Coast in spring! As greenery, flowers, and wildlife activity picks up, so do all of the outdoor activities you’ve been dreaming about all winter long. From whale watching, to all sorts of outdoor exploration for the whole family, a getaway with Seabrook as your launching point for adventure makes any vacation memorable and packed with fun things to see and do.
Join The Hunt At Seabrook’s Spring Glass Float Find
Exploring the outdoors is even more fun during Seabrook’s Spring Glass Float Find! From March 1 through April 30, join the hunt for a beautiful, handblown and locally crafted glass float that is yours to keep if you find it. Two floats are hidden daily, one with a clue and one without. Guests, locals, and day-trippers are all invited to join in on this favorite seasonal tradition!
Watch And Learn About The Local Wildlife
One of the most exciting activities each March through early May on the Washington Coast is the chance to catch glimpses of gray whales migrating! Though sometimes visible without binoculars, bring a pair and pick a spot along many of the bluffs along the coast for the best whale-watching views. Get the most out of a trip to the coast and check out the shorebird migrations happening at the same time! From sandpipers to plovers and several other shorebird species, you’re sure to be able to observe nature at its best. Head to Hoquiam, a 35-minute drive from Seabrook May 5 through 7 to the Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge for the annual Grays Harbor Shorebird and Nature Festival.
Jump In For Fun At Seabrook’s SpringFest
Don’t miss out on the highlight of the spring season on the coast at Seabrook’s Springfest! Fun, family-friendly activities take place daily from March 20 through April 16. With more than 270 Seabrook Hospitality vacation rentals to choose from, you can easily find your dream home away from home and venture around town to play every day! Experience Magic Mondays, Tag Tuesdays, Wind Boat Wednesdays, Theater Thursdays, Field Day Fridays, Scavenger Saturdays, and Sidewalk Sundays for days full of making lasting memories.
Catch The Last Storms Of The Season & Go Beachcombing
For storm chasers, your last chance to witness the mighty waves of the Pacific Ocean at their peak is likely in April or May. As rainfall picks up, along with the temperatures, storms on the coast are beautiful and magnificent to observe. Stick around after the storms pass for the ultimate beachcombing playground where you may find anything from seashells to glass floats!
Hike In Seabrook & The Olympic National Park
Seabrook is interwoven with nature so you’re never far from the beach or an expansive trail network that connects to miles of hiking trails. With trails options suitable for all ages, children especially love the Gnome Trail that connects to the Elk Creek trail that leads to the beach! For hikers looking for more of a trek, try the Alderwood Trail or head out onto the Narnia Trail which interweaves with several other trails.
For even more hiking options, consider a day-trip to Quinault and the Olympic National Park, a 45-minute drive from Seabrook. The towering rainforest filled with old-growth trees and vibrant greens from ferns to moss is a breathtaking experience with several trail options from the Quinault Rainforest Nature Trail to the Pony Bridge Trail.
Bike The Town, Beach & Trails
Bring your bike or choose a rental from Buck’s Northwest to best fit your cycling adventures! Riding through Seabrook’s neighborhoods is a treat in itself with the beautiful shops, homes, and parks to explore. One of the best parts of being in Seabrook is that there’s always room to explore more, at your leisure, while being a short ride away from the beach or the growing mountain bike trails no matter where you are in town. Enjoy a variety of mountain bike trails that suit all skill levels!
Go Surfing, Kayaking, Skimboarding, and Paddleboarding
Watersports are a year-round activity on the Washington Coast and spring is no exception. With the ocean, lakes, and rivers all within driving distance of each other from Seabrook, it’s easy to plan several days’ worth of your favorite water activities. Surf, paddle, or skim the Pacific Ocean’s waves or head inland for scenic and leisurely kayaking or paddleboarding. If you’re in need of gear, get in touch with the outdoor experts at Buck’s Northwest in Seabrook to get outfitted in everything you’ll need from head to toe. If you’re a novice, Buck’s Northwest also offers lessons!
Play Endless Outdoor Sports In Seabrook
Seabrook’s growing town amenities make spring the perfect destination for outdoor fun and games. For the little ones, there’s a playground, a basketball court, zipline, and large parks perfect for playing a game of catch or tag. Seabrook Hospitality’s The Dugout offers complimentary rentals for Seabrook guests from footballs to ladder ball. Other outdoor amenities you don’t want to miss are the tennis courts, pickleball courts, shuffleboard, bocce ball, horseshoes and more throughout town!
Choose A Vacation Rental Near Your Favorite Activities
Seabrook Hospitality offers fully-equipped vacation rentals of all sizes! Take a peek at the Seabrook Town Map to see which neighborhood is nearest to the beach, the park, the indoor pool, the trails and more of whatever adventure it is that you seek this spring and then start browsing for your ideal vacation home and included amenities.