WHAT IS THERE TO DO AT SEABROOK?
Established in 2004, Washington’s Beach Town has many new and exciting happenings! Here is a quick rundown of all the fun comings and goings.
Town Center Retail. Our collection of top-rated merchants continues to grow. FOOD AND BEVERAGE: Front Street Market, Frontager’s Pizza, Growler’s Alley Beer Garden, Koko’s Restaurant & Tequila Bar, Vista Bakeshop, The Stowaway Wine Bar, The Sweet Life, Urban Juice Factory (newly open). ACTIVITIES: Buck’s Northwest (Buck’s Bikes), Spa Elizabeth. APPAREL: Magnolias | Clothing Boutique, Red Cedar Surf Co., Seabrook Kids (newly open), Tides by Seabrook. SPECIALTY SHOPS: Brooklets Toys, Joie Des Livres: The Joy of Books, SeaWorthy Home, Spa Elizabeth Boutique, String Theory Yarn and Fiber, The Salty Dog. SEABROOK: Cottage Rentals, North Coast Montessori, Sales Office.
Visit or Town Merchants page for more information on Seabrook’s businesses.
Future vision for retail includes larger grocery store, retro arcade, brew pub, expanded wine bar, ocean-view fine dining, brewery, and other forms of shops and eats!
Farm District. Located on the eastern edge of town, tucked away from the shops and crowds with a grand arbor entrance, the Farm District offers a relaxed, organic lifestyle in a rural setting. Carefully designed for those desiring a spacious and comfortable lifestyle by the beach, the Farm District has pathways, gardens, and plenty of open green areas to view or stroll. Horseshoe Park is the neighborhood gathering place, featuring seating and an inset stone firepit overlooking the north pasture. Pick fresh blueberries or run through the orchards on a hot summer day. For the more active, the neighborhood’s tennis and pickleball courts are just a stone’s throw away, while a prominent barn offers all the benefits of an equestrian lifestyle right outside your front porch.
Future vision includes a helicopter pad!
Town Hall. Seabrook’s central landmark welcomes guests and owners for events, corporate retreats, movie nights, and fun yet to be thought of. Equipped with a full commercial kitchen, bar, state-of-the-art audio/video system, and charming interior details fitting of Seabrook’s architectural style. Please note that Seabrook is not currently booking new events in Town Hall at this time. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Bikes, Watersport Equipment, Rental, and Repair. Buck’s Northwest (formerly Buck’s Bikes, same owner just expanded equipment and services)! Visit Buck and crew to check out Seabrook’s trademark fleet of beach cruisers, rent bicycles, and purchase bike-related gear. In addition to bikes, you can take lessons or rent stand-up paddle boards, skimboards, surf boards… Your one-stop bicycling shop and all things rental for outside activities in the great Northwest!
Meriweather Square and Gazebo. This outdoor room on Meriweather Square is a great place to meet more of your neighbors and guests. Next time you are out for a stroll, stop by the Meriweather Square Gazebo to admire the view into Woodland Promenade, Perennial Park, and the town Christmas tree, where Seabrook’s annual tree lighting happens.
Playground, Zipline, Pickleball, Badminton, Basketball, and Tennis Courts. Right at the grand arbor entrance to the Farm District sits our playground, zipline, and basketball court area, which is just steps away from the tennis, badminton, and pickleball courts. The nicely fenced-in playground includes a much larger play set along with a two-story tower for the kids to climb. Adjacent to the new playground is an outdoor basketball court. For pickleball, there is also a court in Kucera Park, south of Market Street (SOMA) above the Pacific Ocean, and a third court just beyond Crescent Park on Meriweather Street (that also serves as a shuffleboard court).
Dorothy Anderson Cottage/Community Garden. Located just north of Crescent Park, this cottage was one of the oldest cottages on the Washington coast! We are proud to say that we have fully restored the cottage to its original condition. In collaboration with the North Beach Museum, the Dorothy Anderson Cottage is now quite the artifact at Seabrook, reminding us of the great history of the Washington coast and how fortunate we are to be a part of it here at the beach. The small community garden is fully utilized by Seabrook’s 100+ full-time residents for vegetables, herbs, and flowers.
General Seabrook Questions
What is the weather generally like in Seabrook?
Temperatures generally fluctuate between the high 30s and the low 70s year round, giving you plenty of temperate weather to explore the great outdoors! Read more details about local weather here: Seabrook Washington Weather
What is the total number of residential homes in the community? There are about 450+ privately-owned homes built at Seabrook, over half of which are in the Seabrook Vacation Rentals program. Seabrook is planned best to accommodate between 600-700 single-family homes and condominium units.
Are there amenities such as a pool, tennis, pickleball, and basketball courts, water equipment/bike rentals, hiking paths and mountain bike trails, and shopping in Seabrook? Yes, yes, and yes! Seabrook offers all the amenities listed as well as more than 18 parks and green spaces, three beach accesses, and hundreds of acres of purpose-built nature trails. We are one of the only destinations along the Washington and Oregon coast to have a heated indoor swimming pool, an outdoor basketball court, tennis courts, and a variety of lawn games in Crescent Park and Kucera Park. Bikes and other outdoor equipment can be rented at Buck’s Northwest.
What utilities are available? Seabrook has all the standard utilities, including sewer, water, electric, phone, Internet, cable, and propane.
I’d like to visit Seabrook. Where can I stay? Seabrook has cottages and homes to rent on a nightly, weekly, and monthly basis. Visit Seabrook Cottage Rentals to view or book your vacation rental, or call one of our Vacation Planners at 877 779-9990.
Is Seabrook prepared for a tsunami? Yes. Seabrook’s spectacular topography does more than just offer great vistas – our western-facing bluffs and higher elevations provide one of the safest locations on the Washington coast. While most of the developed Washington coast is 20 feet or less in elevation, over 90% of Seabrook is at or above 70 feet. In fact, Seabrook has been designated by the local and state emergency response services as an evacuation destination for locals who live in some of the lower, more vulnerable elevations, should the need ever arise. On the first Monday of every month Seabrook broadcasts, throughout town in English and Spanish, a Test Emergency Notification.
What makes Seabrook so special? Seabrook brings the sensibility of popular Oregon coast towns to a beautiful stretch of the Washington coast. It was planned and built as a pedestrian-friendly community where a short walk gets you anywhere you want to go. Seabrook offers a beach experience previously unavailable on the Washington coast. For more insight into this beach-town community, see the links ahead: