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November 2019

Picture Courtesy of Seabrook, WA

Clam tides, glass float finds and the holiday festivities are all getting started at the beach during the month of November. So, head to the beach for your favorite activity.

Seabrook has the Veterans Day Celebration, the Holiday Tree Lighting, and of course this month kicks off the glass float Find, which starts Nov 23rd and runs all the way until January 1, 2020.

Ocean Shores is hosting the Sasquatch Summit, and the Winter Fanta-Sea.

Head to the beach the week of thanksgiving and enjoy a great Thanksgiving dinner at one of their restaurants and then enjoy clam digging for the rest of the weekend. 

All the beaches have tentative clam digs during the month of November.  The digs are in the evenings, so be safe, take a light to see the clam holes and never turn your back to the ocean.

November Razor Clam Tides:

Confirmed Clam Digs (Evening Tides):

•  November 11, Monday, 5:51 pm, 0.1 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

•  November 12, Tuesday, 6:27 pm, -0.3 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

•  November 13, Wednesday, 7:03 pm, -0.5 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

•  November 14, Thursday, 7:41 pm, -0.6 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

•  November 15, Friday, 8:22 pm, -0.5 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

•  November 16, Saturday, 9:08 pm, -0.3 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

•  November 17, Sunday, 9:59 pm, -0.1 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

November 24-30 Ocean Shores, Seabrook, Pacific Beach

Tentative Clam Digs (Evening tides):

•  November 24, Sunday, 4:47 pm, -0.4 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

•  November 25, Monday, 5:34 pm, -1.0 feet; Long Beach Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

•  November 26, Tuesday, 6:18 pm, -1.3 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

•  November 27, Wednesday, 7:02 pm, -1.4 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

• November 28, Thursday, 7:44 pm, -1.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

• November 29, Friday, 8:29 pm, -0.7 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

• November 30, Saturday, 9:10 pm, -0.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

November Events:

November 10 Seabrook Veterans Day Celebration 6pm

November 16th Tokeland Annual Clam Jam

November 22 Ocean Shores Sasquatch Summit-

November 11-17 Ocean Shores, Seabrook, Pacific Beach Clam Tides

November 29-Dec 1 Ocean Shores Winter Fanta-Sea

November 29 Seabrook Holiday Tree Lighting 5pm

November 23-Jan1 2020 Seabrook Glass Float Find 

Westport WA:

November 2 Grayland Pomegranate Holiday Open House from 11 am-5pm

October 2019

Fall is here, the countdown to razor clam digging is on!  The first proposed clam tides are less than a month away. There are plenty of tides between the last week of October and the end of 2019.  Both the North Beaches and the South Beaches have upcoming tides.  The first tides are a full week including the first of Nov.  Please remember these are evening tides and are pending toxicology testing.

Both beaches still have events planned for the month.  Seabrook has the 7th annual Bigfoot Brew Fest coming up on October 5th, which is the largest on the Washington Coast. More...  

Halloweekend is October 26th, which is a great spot to bring the family for trick or treating. All of the Towns merchants along with many of the homes throughout the town open their doors for treats for the kids.

Oceans Shores features the 14th Annual Irish Music Festival October 14th -20th.   This event is the largest Celtic Music Festival on the West Coast.  They have 6 stages 3 venues and 30 great bands.  Monday night starts at the Ale House, Tues-Thurs are at the Pub and Thurs-Sun also include the Convention Center. 

Oyhut Bay which is located at the point in Ocean Shores is having their first ever 5k Bacon, Brats & Brew Run and Octoberfest Event.

On another note, there was a fire in the strip mall where the electric bike shop is located.  Since the fire was next door to Subway and the liquor stores, they too are closed for repairs.  Subway and the liquor store are hoping for a quick recovery.

The Westport/Grayland area is all about cranberries the weekend of October 11th -13th.  They have a weekend full of cranberry activities, including a cook off, bog tours and a fire light parade.  To end out the weekend, there’s a 5K and 10K jog the bog and beach run and also a 3k walk.  They are always looking for more people to join the cook off and showcase their favorite recipes at the cook off. 

Events October 2019

October 5 Seabrook Big Foot Brew Fest

October 5 Oyhut Bay 5k Bacon, Brats & Brew Run and Octoberfest Event

October 16-20 Ocean Shores Irish Music Festival 14th Annual Event

October 26 Seabrook Halloweekend 4pm

Oct 26-31 Ocean Shores/ Copalis Proposed razor clam Evening digs:

October 26, Saturday, 5:59 pm, 0.0 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

October 27, Sunday, 6:47 pm, -0.8 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

October 28, Monday, 7:33 pm, -1.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

October 29, Tuesday, 8:18 pm, -1.4 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

October 30, Wednesday, 9:03 pm, -1.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

October 31, Thursday, 9:50 pm, -0.8 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks


Oct 11 Grayland Cranberry Harvest Festival Cook-Off

October 12-13 Grayland Cranberry Harvest Festival Bog tours, cranberry cook-off and firelight parade.

October 13 Grayland Jog the Bog and Beach 5K & 10K Run / 3K Walk, starts at 9 am.

Oct 26-31 Westport/Grayland Proposed razor clam Evening digs:

October 26, Saturday, 5:59 pm, 0.0 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

October 27, Sunday, 6:47 pm, -0.8 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

October 28, Monday, 7:33 pm, -1.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

October 29, Tuesday, 8:18 pm, -1.4 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

October 30, Wednesday, 9:03 pm, -1.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis

October 31, Thursday, 9:50 pm, -0.8 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

Enjoy Fall,

Grays Harbor Beaches

September 2019

September is a great month to get out to the beaches for beautiful sunsets, and brisk morning walks on the beach.  There is still plenty to do at the beaches.  And just newly released razor clam tides schedule through the end of the year!

Seabrook has Friday night concerts through the end of the month, along with Fun on the Farm and the annual Harvest by the Sea Benefit dinner.  For the quilt lovers Ocean Shores is hosting the annual Whale of a Quilt show.  There are also different bands playing every weekend at the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino, the full moon Harvest Paddle at Ocean Shores Boat house and Operation Shore Patrol at Copalis Beach.

Westport still has fishing trips, Brady’s Oyster Feed, the Boat Basin Salmon Derby, and the Loge Camp has movie time on Friday nights.  Also Tuna fishing has been very good this year and there is still tuna available for sale right off the docks.  So if you like fresh canned tuna, head down to Westport to get your fresh tuna now. 

During the weekend of September 20-22 Westport has several events happening: the Annual Clean Water Classic-surfing comp, the 30 miles of Junque from Westport to Tokeland, the annual Shore patrol clean up event, and the Hawaiian Chieftain Tall Ships will be visiting the Marina.  At the end of the month is the Reach the Beach bike ride which is a unique fundraiser  for the American Lung Association.

WDFW just announced the upcoming razor clam tide through the end of the year. Check out the schedule here: Tides

Enjoy the Sunsets!

September Events:

Sept 14 Seabrook   Soulmates at Seabrook’s Fall Concert Series

Sept 20 Seabrook  Fun on the Farm

Sept 20 Seabrook  Harvest by the Sea Benefit Dinner

Sept 20 Seabrook  Aaron Crawford-Seabrook’s Fall Concert Series

Sept 20-22 Ocean Shores  Whale of a Quilt Show

Sept 21 Local Beaches  47th Annual Operation Shore Patrol

Sept 21 Seabrook Grand Illusion (Styx Tribute) Seabrook’s Sunset Series

Sept 27-28 Ocean Shores  Furvana

Sept 28 Seabrook  Shaggy Sweets--Seabrook’s Fall Concert Series


Sept 13, 20, 20 Westport Loge Camp Movie Time

Sept 14 Westport Brady’s World Famous Oyster Feed

Sept 15-31 Westport Boat Basin Salmon Derby

Sept 15 Westport Tuna Time

Sept 20 Westport Hawaiian Chieftain Visits Westport, WA in the Fall of 2019

Sept 20-22 Local Area   22nd Annual 30 Miles of Junque

Sept 20-22 Westport 18th Annual Clean Water Classic

Sept 21 Local Beaches 47th Annual Operation Shore Patrol

Sept 28th Westport Reach the Beach Washington

Full events calendar information: Ocean Shores/Seabrook


August 2019

With summer in full swing and lots of warm weather, head to the beach to get away from the heat. There’s plenty of time to take your family on a vacation.  August offers many activities for the whole family.  Seabrook has weekly concerts in the park on Friday nights, followed by the Saturday morning farmers market.  Seabrook also has the Gnome Festival.

Ocean Shores has a Woof-a-thon for the dog lovers and a Body and Soul Festival for relaxation.  At the end of the month is a Food bank fundraiser.

Westport opens the month’s events with the Coast Guard Day, Appreciation Days Street Fair for the veterans, the Tuna Classic fishing contest and fundraiser, an Art Festival, Corvettes at the marina and a Seafood Festival & Craft Show. 

Salmon fishing has been good and of course tuna fishing is starting soon.  If you like to can tuna, now is the time to order from your favorite boat and buy it off the docks or to book a tuna fishing trip with one of Westport’s charter boats.

Events Schedule for August:

August Fridays Seabrook-Sunset Concert Series

August Saturdays Seabrook-Saturday Market 11 am - 4 pm

August 10 Ocean Shores-Ocean Shores Woof-a-Thon

August 17 Seabrook - Gnome & Fairy Festival

August 24-25 Ocean Shores - Body and Soul Festival

August 31 Ocean Shores (Oyhut Bay) -Ocean Shores Paddleathon- Located at Oyhut Bay Water Recreation Area.

August 31 Ocean Shores- Almost Hot August Night Style Show-Food Bank Fund Raiser

August 4 Westport-Coast Guard Day

August Grayland Beach- Cancelled this year-Jet Ski Competition Grayland open Surf

August 9-11 Westport-2nd Annual Veteran Appreciation Days Street Fair

August 10 Westport-11th Annual Washington Tuna Classic

August 17-18 Westport-Westport Art Festival

August 31 Westport 73nd Annual Seafood Festival & Craft Show

August 31 Westport Docks-Corvettes at the Marina


July 2019

July 2019

Summer is here! What better place to have fun in the sun, sand and the fresh ocean breeze, than at the beach.  From watching fireworks on the beach to weekly events happening, summer is a great time to visit Grays Harbor Beaches. Whether you enjoy a quiet stroll on the beach to the events that are happening, bring family and friends to enjoy the great weather and all the beach fun.

Seabrook offers weekly sunset concerts (Friday nights), weekly Saturday markets with fresh produce, Founder’s Day activities and Summer Yoga.  While Ocean Shores has Fireworks on the beach, a gold tournament, dinner and auction for Grays Harbor Youth athletics, and of course the Bikers event of Go Hog Wild, which used to be Bikers at the Beach. It also has another gathering place in Copalis Beach at the Green Lantern Pub which they call Biker Beach Daze. More on North Beach events

Westport has salmon fishing happening now along with other fishing trips.  They too have the Booming Bay Fireworks Display over the water at dusk and the Maritime Ole Fashion 4th event during the day.  The Run Like the Wind Fun Run is the 4th of July weekend. The middle of the month offers a Kite Festival, along with a street rods show and shine later in the month.  The end of the month is the Elk River Boat Challenge.  Tokeland has a 4th of July Parade and the Tokeland Wood and Art Fest. More on South Beach Events

Have fun at the beach!

Events July 2019

North Beach

  • July 3 Seabrook Porch Illumination Celebration 6-9 pm
  • July 4 Ocean Shores Fireworks on the Beach
  • July 4 Seabrook Fourth of July Front Street 11am
  • July Fridays 5, 12, 19, 26 Seabrook Sunset Concert Series
  • July 5 Seabrook Eagle Eyes Concert
  • July Saturdays Seabrook Saturday Market 11 am - 4 pm
  • July 12-15 Seabrook Summer Yoga at Seabrook 07/12/2019 - 6:30pm to 07/15/2019 - 9:30am
  • July 12 Seabrook Barracuda- Heart Tribute Band 7:00pm
  • July 13 Ocean Shores Grays Harbor Youth Athletic Golf Tournament, Dinner and Auction
  • July 19 Seabrook Stump City Soul Concert 7 pm
  • July 19-21 Ocean Shores Super Heroes Super Weekend
  • July 20 Seabrook Founders' Day Activity
  • July 26-28 Ocean Shores- Go Hog Wild
  • July 26-28 Ocean City Biker Beach Daze at the Green Lantern
  • July 26 Seabrook My Happy Pill Concert 07/26/2019 - 7:00pm
  • July 26-28 Seabrook Seabrook's Summer Yoga Series 07/26/2019 - 6:30pm to 07/28/2019 - 9:30am
  • Jul 27 Seabrook Saturday Market 07/27/2019 - 11:00am

 South Beach

  • July 1-October 1 Westport That Summer Gallery in Westport
  • July 4 Westport Maritime Museums' Ole Fashioned 4th 
  • July 4 Westport Marina Booming Bay Fireworks Display
  • July 6 Tokeland Tokeland 4th of July Parade
  • July 7 Tokeland Tokeland Trek
  • July 7 Westport Westport Light State Park Run Like The Wind Fun Run-5K Run/Walk & 10K Run
  • July 12-14 Grayland Beach Windriders Kite Festival
  • July 20 Westport Eastside Street Rods Show & Shine
  • July 27 Westport Elk River Boat Challenge
  • July 27-28 Tokeland Marina Tokeland Wood & Art Fest            

June 2019

Kids are getting out of school, weather is warming up and vacations are just around the corner.  Head to the beach for your vacations and enjoy the sand, surf and events with the entire family.  Both beaches have many things to offer. 

Westport has deep sea fishing which has been very good this year.  They are catching their limits of bottom fishing, there are still some upcoming dates for halibut fishing and salmon season opens June 22.  .  Book your trips fishing trips early with one of our charter boats!  They also have the Rusty Scuppers Pirate event during the month of June and The Lady Washington tall ships will be at the marina the same weekend as the pirate event.

The North beaches of Ocean Shores and Seabrook have several events, including Grays Harbor Festival of Color (kite Flying), Flag Day, Doggie Days, Sand and Sawdust Festival, Hood to Coast,  AAOS Fine Art Show, the first time for Seabrook to host the 3rd stop of the Cascade Criterium Series, the market street party for new businesses, and the opening of Seabrook’s Saturday market at the end of the month.

Events June 2019

Ocean Shores:

  • June 1 Ocean Shores Wearable Art Show 
  • June 7-9 Ocean Shores Grays Harbor Festival of Color (Kite Flying)
  • June 8 Ocean Shores Flag Day Parade
  • Sat, Jun 22 – Sun, Jun 23 Big Top Ocean Shores Gun Show,
  • JUN 22-23 PNW Great Outdoor Expo
  • JUN 22 Ocean Shores Tour
  • June 28-30 Ocean Shores Sand &Sawdust Festival at the beach.
  • JUN 28-30 Chainsaw Art Show and Auction
  • JUN 28-30 Chris Hubbart Carving
  • June 28-30 Ocean Shores AAOS Fine Art, Photography, Electric Media and 3D Show


  • June 1 Seabrook Hood to Coast Saturday
  • June 8 Seabrook Doggie Days
  • June 16 Seabrook Criterium
  • June 22 Market Street Party
  • June 29 Saturday Market Kickoff


  • June 28-30 17th Annual Rusty Scupper’s Pirate Daze
  • June 28-30 The Lady Washington At the Westport Marina

May 2019

Razor clam season has one more chance May 18-20 pending toxin level testing and deep sea bottom fishing has been going strong. Halibut season starts May 2. This month is the annual Shorebird Festival, Seabrook’s Seafood and Wine festival, car shows and of course fishing!  The first weekend in May has several different events happening at all of Grays Harbor Beaches.

Courtesy of Charterboat Predator

May brings the opening of halibut fishing which starts on May 2nd and has many opportunities to get out and get your halibut. See below for additional dates.

Courtesy of Charterboat Predator

The fishing for Ling Cod and rock fish has been going strong with many of the boats limiting each day.  The weather looks like it is going to be nice so getting out on the ocean could make for some beautiful days.  Book your trips early with your favorite charter boat!

On the north beaches of Ocean Shores and Seabrook there are events happening every weekend.  Seabrook kicks off the month with a Seafood and Wine Festival, followed by Gardening with Cisco Morris on the 11th, Trailblazing with Buck Giles and the annual Syttende Mai Parade on May 18th.

Ocean Shores has their annual Youth Fishing Derby on the 11th , along with the More Urban Unglued event at the Convention Center. On the 18th they host the 9th annual Clam Digger Rod Run followed by a Surf and Shine car show on the 25th and 26th.which is also Memorial Day weekend and is essentially the kick off to summer. 

The south beaches of Westport and Grayland will get busy with the fishing seasons, an oyster feed, an art studio tour and auction, the blessing of the fleet and the VFW Memorial Ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park.

The local weathermen have been saying that this year is supposed to be warmer and nicer so take advantage of it!  Enjoy beautiful sunrises and sunsets at the beach.

Events Calendar for the Month:

North Beaches

May 3-5 Westport/ Hoquiam 24th Annual Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival Headquartered at Hoquiam High School.

May 4 Seabrook Savor Seabrook Seafood & Wine Festival 12-5pm

May 11 Ocean Shores Youth Fishing Derby Ocean Shores Youth Fishing Derby

May 11 Seabrook Garden Party with Cisco Morris

May 11-12 Ocean Shores More Urban Unglued

May 18 Seabrook Trailblazing with Buck Giles 9am

May 18 Seabrook 9th Annual Syttende Mai Parade 10:30 am

May 18 Ocean Shores 9th Annual Clam Digger Rod Run

May 25-26 Ocean Shores Surf & Shine Car Show View vintage automobiles

South Beach 

May 3-5 Westport K9ScootersNW goes to the Beach Starts on Friday at 8:00 pm

May 4 Ocosta 37th Annual Oyster Feed, Ocosta Recreation Hall 3-7 pm.  All you can eat

May 4 Tokeland Tokeland & North Cove Art Studio Tour & Auction

May 2, 4, 9, 11, 18, 24, 26 Westport Halibut Fishing Days 

May 26 Westport Blessing of the Fleet

May 27 Westport VFW Memorial Ceremonies at Veterans Memorial Park.

Head to the Beach and enjoy the weather!

Grays Harbor Beaches

April 2019

Spring has arrived and this brings many events to the beaches.  From clam tides to driftwood and art shows to Easter egg hunts for the kids. Come and enjoy your spring break at the beach. There are activities for all ages.

Ever hope that you would find an authentic Japanese Glass Float?  Between the first of April and the 7th of April the Westport Maritime Museum is releasing glass floats of all sizes into the ocean around Grayland.  If you are lucky enough you may find one or more while at the Grayland Beach area. You are welcome to keep them.  The glass floats help kick off the 57th Beachcombers Driftwood Show and Glass Float Hunt.  There will also be exhibits, competitions and prizes.  The show is open from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday and from 10 am-4 pm on Sunday.  Make it a long weekend and plan on going clam digging, there are tides in the morning on both Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Other events at the South Beaches of Westport and Grayland include:

April 13 Tokeland, North Cove & Grayland Tokeland & North Cove Art Studio Tours & Auction- Open studio tours in Tokeland and North Cove. Event hours are Saturday 10-4, Sun 12-4 with an auction event Saturday night 6-9 benefiting the Ocosta School District art program. This is sponsored by the North Cove-Tokeland Chamber of Commerce. Information: 360-590-0222 or Facebook page

April 20 Westport/Grayland Coast Clean-Up The crew from Olympic Coast Cleanup will take on the South Beach area. More info

April 20-21 Westport World Class Crab Races, Crab Feed & Crab Derby and Clam Derby. Come enjoy a unique annual event for a family fun day at the Westport Marina. Come eat, race and enjoy!  Hours are: Races/Feed Sat 11-5. Derby Sat. 8-5, Sun 8-3 

April 20-22 Westport, Grayland (Twin Harbors) Proposed Clam Tides:

April 20, Saturday, 7:58 a.m.; -1.1 feet; Twin Harbors (During the Clam derby), Copalis;

April 21, Sunday, 8:42 a.m.; -1.2 feet; Twin Harbors (During the Clam derby), Mocrocks

April 22, Monday, 9:25 a.m.; -1.0 feet; Twin Harbors Mocrocks

Ocean Shores, Seabrook and Pacific Beach also have several events for the Month of April.  They include Easter egg hunts for the kids, clam tides, a spring showcase of homes, the annual Ocean Shores food bank event and a car show

April 6 Ocean Shores Ocean Shores Food Bank Event This non-profit organization invites you to enjoy an evening offering dinner, auction, and show to benefit the OS Food Bank.  Tickets are $35.00 per person with reserved seating. Purchase at the Visitor's Center at the Convention Center. More

April 6-8 Ocean Shores, Seabrook, Pacific Beach Proposed Clam Tides:

April 6, Saturday, 8:05 a.m.; 0.3 feet; Twin Harbors, Copalis

April 7, Sunday, 8:42 a.m.; 0.1 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

April 8, Monday, 9:20 a.m.; 0.0 feet; Mocrocks

April 20-22 Ocean Shores, Seabrook, Pacific Beach Proposed Clam Tides:

April 20, Saturday, 7:58 a.m.; -1.1 feet; Long Beach (during the Long Beach Razor Clam Festival), Twin Harbors, Copalis;

April 21, Sunday, 8:42 a.m.; -1.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

April 22, Monday, 9:25 a.m.; -1.0 feet; Twin Harbors Mocrocks

April 21 Seabrook Easter Egg Hunt Crescent Park 10 am.  Bring the family out for Seabrook's 10th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday April 1st. Meet the Easter Bunny and have your picture taken with him.  Enjoy tasty treats and start your day off with some fun.  All children 13 and under are welcome.

April 26-27 Ocean Shores High Rollin' Hot Rods at the Beach Join Ocean Shores for great cars, great food, great specials and great people.  Annual event held at the Quinault Beach Resort & Casino. More info

April 27 Seabrook Seabrook's Spring Showcase of Homes 11am Tour various homes around Seabrook, including their Signature homes in Elk Creek. There are many homes for sale throughout the town including signature homes and the  gorgeous model home in the Farm District.

March 2019

Looks like March may not come in like a lion.  It may be cold but suppose to be somewhat nice. So kick off March by heading to the beach.  Ocean Shores, Seabrook and Westport all have things happening this month.

Ocean Shores is hosting the UFO Paranormal Summit at Quinault Beach Resort and Casino on March 1-3rd and the Beach Combers Fun Fair is March 2-3. Ocean Shores is also hosting the Razor Clam Festival and Seafood Extravaganza at the Convention Center on March 16 and 17.  There’s also proposed Clam tides that weekend to coincide with the clam festival and on March 24th is Dugan’s Run.

Seabrook offers many events during the month.  They have a Karaoke Night, a Celebration of Spirits, Trailblazing with Buck Giles, A St. Fatty’s Day Fat Tire Bike Race, the Shenanigans Fest and Parade, a Boots N’ Brellas Festival and a Spring Yoga Retreat. 

Westport starts the month off with Grey Whale watching which runs from the first of March through the end of May.  They also kick off the Annual Westport Charter boat Association Fishing Derby on March 15th and it runs until September 30th.  There are tentative clam tides during the month as well.

Also during the month of March there are more proposed clam tides.  The first dates are March 16, 17 and 21 which are evening digs then it switches over to morning times on March 22, 23, and 24th. There are more morning tide coming is April also!

Washington State’s coast became a National Maritime Heritage Area, led by Senators Derek Kilmer (D) and Denny Heck (D) the bill is called the Kilmer-Heck Maritime Washington National Heritage Area Act and has passed the U.S. Senate and  the House of Representatives and was signed by the President.  It was championed by Senators Maria Cantwell (D) and Patty Murray (D).  

This bill will help coastal communities by promoting tourism and preserving natural areas within a quarter mile of the shoreline with grants.  The intent is to preserve maritime history and maritime tourism with economic development through the state museums, historic ships, the fishing culture and other activities.  It  also helps preserve the historic lighthouses along Washington’s Coast.  Westport has the Grays Harbor Lighthouse, which is the tallest lighthouse in Washington at 107 feet tall and the 3rd tallest on the West Coast.  There are many counties that this bill will serve. To see full article… 

Here is a list of the upcoming March events:

March 1-May 31 Westport Gray Whale Watching

March 1-3 Ocean Shores UFO Paranormal Summit at Quinault Beach Resort & Casino

March 2-3 Ocean Shores Beachcombers Fun Fair at the Convention Center.

March 8 Seabrook Karaoke Night &pm Town Hall

March 15 Seabrook A Celebration of Spirits

March 15-Sept 30 Westport: Westport Charter Boat Association Fishing Derby

March 16-17 Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival & Seafood Extravaganza, sponsored by the Ocean Shores Chamber of Commerce, at the Convention Center.

March 16-17 Clam Tides-see below for times and locations

March 16 Seabrook Trailblazing with Buck Giles 9am

March 16 Seabrook St Fatty’s Day Fat Tire Bike Race

March 16 Seabrook Shenanigans Fest and Parade

March 21 Seabrook-Mocrocks Clam Tides

March 22-24 Clam Tides -See below for times and location

March 23 Seabrook Boots ‘N Brellas Festival

March 24 Ocean Shores Dugan’s Run

March 30-31 Seabrook Spring Yoga Retreat

More about events

Proposed Clam Tides March

Evening Tides

March 16, Saturday, 3:43 p.m.; 0.3 feet; Twin Harbors, Copalis (during the Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival);

March 17, Sunday, 4:43 p.m.; -0.2 feet; Twin Harbors (during the Ocean Shores Razor Clam Festival), Mocrocks;

March 21, Thursday, 7:48 p.m.; -0.5 feet; Mocrocks

Switch to a.m. tides:

March 22, Friday, 8:14 a.m.; -0.2 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks, Kalaloch

March 23, Saturday, 9:01 a.m.; -0.3 feet; Twin Harbors, Copalis, Kalaloch

March 24, Sunday, 9:49 a.m.; -0.3 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks, Kalaloch

February 2019

The events and activities are starting to pick up at the beaches this month. February offers several events during the month.  Clam tides, a music festival, a chocolate festival, trail blazing with Buck, open mic night, karaoke night and of course Valentines is this month.

 Valentine’s Day makes it the perfect month to take your sweetheart to the beach for a romantic getaway.  There are also clam tides the weekend of the February 15-21st

Can’t make it to the beach on Valentines Weekend?  February 21-24 there is the Chocolate on the Beach Festival in Seabrook and Pacific Beach.

 The Beaches have also seen the rare event of snow this month.  More is expected starting Friday Feb 8th and running through February 15.  Visiting the beaches during this event show you how beautiful the beaches can be year round.

 February upcoming events and activities:

 Feb 1-3 Clam tides in the evenings

Feb 2nd-Seabrook- Open Mic Night

Feb 9th Seabrook- Karaoke Night

Feb 15th-21st  Grays Harbor Beaches- Razor Clam Digs Beaches vary by days

February 16th Seabrook  Trailblazing with Buck Giles

February 21st-24th Seabrook-North Beaches-Chocolate on the Beach

February 23rd Seabrook-Sweet Brook

January 2019

For those who enjoy storm watching the New Year has started off with some fantastic storm watching.  This is also a great time to visit the beach for a quiet getaway.  On the nice nights the sunsets have been spectacular.

 Dungeness crabbing has started in the Westport area with our fishermen bringing  us the great Dungeness crab. 

 WDFW has tentative razor clam digs proposed through the end of February, with the next evening digs to begin on January 17th-21st.  Grab your gear and head to the beach to dig clams, but be careful night digging in the winter can be dangerous. Never turn your back to the surf, as the waves can sneak up on you.

 Ocean Shores has the Urban Unglued “exotic gear vendor show” at the Ocean Shores Convention Center on January 19th -20th.

 Seabrook is hosting Open Mic night on January 19th at Town Hall and on January 26th there is trail blazing with Buck Giles to help blaze new bike trails.  Buck will host volunteer work parties on the 3rd Saturday of every month with a goal of having new mountain bike trails and off-road running trails ready by summer.

 About the only thing happening on the South Beaches-Westport area is clam digging and fresh Dungeness crab at the seafood markets.

December 2018

The holiday season is in full swing.  Christmas Bazaars, Santa, Tree lightings, and more festive activities are going on at the beach.  There is also clam digging planned for the month of December and sometime usually during this month commercial Dungeness crab season begins.

 Both the North and South beaches have events with Santa for the kids and holiday bazaars for the adults.

In Westport Santa arrived by boat at the Marina on December 2 at 10:30 am.  Join the South Beach Buccaneers as they welcome Santa to the South Beach. 

On December 8-9 Chateau Westport is hosting a Holiday Bazaar from 10am-3pm.

There is also tentative razor clam digs the weekend of December 6-9 and again December 20-23.  These are at night so bring you lantern or other light source to see the clam holes and be extra careful of the incoming surf.  The best lighting source for you is the LED lights to put on your head as this leaves both hands free and avoids the lantern being put out by incoming surf.

Seabrook has lots of holiday happenings.  They have an ongoing Glass Float find which started November 26 and runs through Dec 21st.  They hide glass blown floats in and around the town for people to find.  They are yours to keep as a gift.

 December 15th is the Seabrook Holiday Bazaar from 11am -4 pm with local artist and crafters selling their unique hand made goods for the holiday.

On the same day is the Surfing With Santa Parade which starts at 6pm at Meriweather Square and ends at Town Hall. Come spread the holiday cheer as you watch marching bands, floats vintage cars and Santa march thought the streets.  Enjoy Christmas cookies and hot chocolate after the parade at Town Hall.

 On December 16th is Breakfast with Santa from 9 am-11am at Town Hall. This is the jolliest breakfast on the North Beach. 

December 1st Oyhut Bay is having a tree lighting, music, and hot cocoa, followed by a meet and great with Santa in Santa’s Village.  North Beach High School Choir will be caroling in the village square from 5-6:30 pm followed by a performance by Blues Remedy until 8:30pm.

November 2018

Fall is a great time to visit the beaches.  Fall and winter rates are usually in effect.  There are night time clam digging tides, holiday bazaars and craft fairs, And its makes for great sunsets.  For people who enjoy stormy weather this time of year can be the start of cooler and windy weather.

Tentative evening clam tides have been set by WDFW and the first part of the month has been approved for those digs.  The following dates and time of tides are November 8-11th.  The next digging opportunity will be Nov 22nd through the 25th.  The first tide of this set is on Thanksgiving evening. 

With clam digging and holiday bazaars this makes for a great time to head to the beaches for a mini vacation.

October 2018

Another wonderful summer has come to an end, but there is still plenty to see and do at the beaches as fall arrives.  With breath taking sunsets and fall colors, be sure to plan your next beach get-a-way soon.

October 6th kicks off with the 5th Annual Big Foot Brew Fest at Seabrook. This takes place at Crescent Park for adults 21 and older.  You won’t want to miss this annual tradition with craft brews, big foot, food and live music fun.  This event raises money for the Seabrook Community Foundation.

Tentative razor clam tentative digs on October 11-13 and again on October 25-28th pending toxin level tests taken by the WDFW.  I will post the dates as soon as WDFW ok’s the digs.  All digs are in the evenings.

·         Oct  11, Thursday, 8:58 p.m.; -0.6 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

·         Oct. 12, Friday, 9:41 p.m.; -0.3 feet; Twin Harbors, Copalis

·         Oct. 13, Saturday, 10:26 p.m.; +0.1 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

·         Oct. 25, Thursday, 7:55 p.m.; -0.5 feet; Twin Harbors, Copalis

·         Oct. 26, Friday, 8:36 p.m.; -0.7 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

·         Oct. 27, Saturday, 9:19 p.m.; -0.7 feet; Twin Harbors, Copalis

·         Oct. 28, Sunday, 10:08 p.m.; -0.6 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks 

Ocean Shores host the annual Irish Music Festival event from Oct 16-21st which has 6 stages, 4 venues and 30 great bands.

Halloween offers several activities at both Seabrook and Oyhut Bay.  

October 26th Seabrook has an Adult Costume Party with free admission.   

Oct 27th Watch as Eric Hawley carves and sculpts a giant pumpkin into a masterpiece. 

October 27th there is a trick or treat around town for kids starting at 4 pm.

Oyhut Bay has a Bloody Time themed Halloween party for adults on Oct 27th and October 31st.  From 7 to 11 pm.  This is an adults’ only party with costume contest, drink specials and much more.

If you are looking for a quieter get-a-way, head to Westport or Grayland area.  Besides Clam digging, the other event happening the weekend of October 12-14th is the Grayland Cranberry Harvest Festival. It includes the Cranberry Harvest Cook-Off with organizers looking for folks to enter their best cranberry dishes in the Cook-Off Competition.  There is also bog tours and a firelight parade on October 13th and 14th.  On October 14th finish the weekend out with the Grayland Jog the Bog and Beach 5K & 10K run or 3K walk which starts at 9 am.

For those of you who like to fish for salmon there is still the ongoing Boat Basin Salmon Derby on the Westport docks, which runs until Oct 31st. There are great local donated prizes.  Entry is free for more info call 360-268-1234 or for derby rules see here.

October 6-8 and Oct 13-14 there is an Art Drive going on in Grays Harbor.  Don’t forget to check out the local artists and their work.  Take your favorite piece of art home with you. List of artists   

September 2018

Fall is just around the corner, with a lot still going on at the beaches.  The last holiday weekend is here and there are plenty of events and activities happening the first weekend in September. 

This is also the last week of Salmon season which ends September 3rd! So get to Westport and book your trip with one of the charter boats before it's too late!

The weather is still nice, but cooler and for those trying to escape the smoke, head to the beaches and enjoy the fresh Pacific Ocean air. Fall offers great sunsets and is the perfect time for long romantic strolls on the beach.

Photo Courtesy of Steve @ Ocean Shores Boat House

The first weekend in September offers an arts & craft show in Oceans Shores, and Oyhut Bay has the annual Paddle-a-Thon. Go visit Ocean Shores Boat House to rent your boat for this event!  You won’t want to miss this event.  There is a lot of wildlife to see and a nice scenic adventures on the canals of Ocean Shores.  Later in the month is the Whale of a Quilt show for those who enjoy quilting. 

Seabrook has their last Saturday Market on September 1st from 11 am – 4 pm.  They also are having a Throwback Dance party on Main Street which starts at 4 pm with a DJ until 6 pm, when a live band takes over.  Enjoy music from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s.  Wear your dress gear to match the era you enjoy most.  On September 21st is the annual Harvest by the Sea Benefit dinner and auction.  All month long there will be concerts in the park on Saturday nights.

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Westport offers the 72nd Annual Seafood Festival and Craft Show along with the Corvettes at the Marina car show on September 1st.  The 8th is the annual Brady’s World Famous Oyster Feed for those who enjoy oysters.

Westport Marina-Boat Basin

From September 15th-Oct 31st Westport has the ongoing Boat Basin Salmon Derby.  Also on the 15th and 16th they have the 46th annual Operation Shore Patrol clean up of the local beaches. Also on the 15th and 16th is the annual 30 Miles of Junque garage sale at the South Beaches.

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September 21st-22nd is the Westport Maritime Music Festival and the 21st-23rd is the Clean Water Classic Surfing Competition.  At the end of the month, September 30th, Westport hosts the Reach the Beach Washington bike event, which is one of the American Lung Associations unique fundraisers.  Both teams and individual participants are encouraged to enter.

With fall approaching that also means that clam digging won’t be far behind!  Check back often for the latest updates!

Grays Harbor Beaches

August 2018

Summer is quickly coming to an end.  Kids are getting ready to head back to school and fall will soon be approaching.  With many activities and events still going on there is still plenty to do at Grays Harbor Beaches. 

My husband and I took a mini vacation staying one night in Westport and one night at Ocean Shores.

While in Westport we stayed at the Westport Marina Cottages.  They were clean and nicely set up.  Staff was friendly and since it was our 35th anniversary they offered us a complementary bottle of wine.

 As they advertise, only thing you need to bring is your clothes and food.  Our cabin was cozy, quiet and relaxing.

You could sit on your porch and watch the charter and commercial boats come and go.  Where our cabin was we could watch the commercial boats unload tuna and other fish, then reload to return to the ocean for more fishing. 

Right now the tuna fishing is good.  You can buy whole fresh bled fish either from the local seafood stores or right off the boats.  When buying off the boats, you sometimes need to preorder your tuna.  They will process the fish for you so all you have to do is take it home and can it.

 The charter boats came and went taking people fishing for salmon, tuna and bottom fishing.  We also could sit and watch the seagulls flying and relaxing on the docks and the sea lions swimming around waiting for the commercial boats to feed them scraps. 

The town’s marina district was busy with visitors during the day and quiet at night.  This is a great town to visit for a relaxing getaway.

Ocean Shores is a busier town, but we stayed out of town near Oyhut Bay in the Collins Inn and Cottages.  We stayed in one of the Cottages which sleeps up to six people and again is fully stocked including a washer and dryer.  This place was nice as well and also was in a quiet area.  There was a small walk to the beach where there was plenty of driftwood, pretty rocks and shells to pick up.  This location also offers a great area for people to go in the water as it happens to be in the mouth of Grays Harbor. 

People were strolling along the beach, surf fishing and just playing in the sand.  Ocean shores offer many activities to do and see along with many nice restaurants to eat at.

Seabrook still has their Saturday Farmers Market going on until September, their concerts in the park on Friday nights and the first weekend in September all the beaches have some sort of events going on.

Come to the beach to escape the heat and enjoy a relaxing time.

July 2018

July starts off with a bang!  Fourth of July events are happening along the Coast of Grays Harbor.  Ocean Shores, Seabrook and Westport all offer Fourth of July activities.  Just make sure you know the rules of where and when you can shoot fireworks off at the beach. The rest of the month is also busy with events happening just about every weekend.

Also it is the beginning of Salmon fishing on the Ocean.  Book your trips now with one of the amazing charter boats at Westport, WA.

Ocean Shores

Fireworks can only be discharged in Oceans shores during the following dates and hours:

·         July 2nd and 3rd between the hours of 12 pm and 11 pm.

·         July 4th between the hours of 12 pm and midnight.

The fireworks can only be discharged on the beaches from the Damn Road Beach approach (Best Western Motel) to Marine View Drive and cannot be discharged in town.  You cannot discharge them within 100 feet of the dune grass or fire towards the dune.  All fireworks must be discharged out over the ocean surf.

Remember the beach is considered a state highway and any violations of fireworks, motor vehicle or other laws can result in citations ranging from $150 to over $1000.00. So stay safe and have fun.


Fireworks are only allowed to be discharged on July 4th from 9 am until 11pm, and only allowed along the beach at Half Moon Bay at least 200 feet west of the beach grass line.

And please pick up after yourselves to keep our beaches clean!

If you prefer to just watch the fireworks there are many locations from which you can enjoy them.

Ocean Shores /Oyhut Bay

Quinault Beach Resort and Casino will host a fireworks display, with The Jet matching music to the fireworks display.

Oyhut Bay is hosting a week-long Celebration kicking off on June 30th and going through July 7th.  On the 4th there is the Ol’ Fashion Family Fourth from noon until 5pm with old fashion yard games, music, a watermelon eating contest and a classic car show. There will be a patriotic pet parade at 1pm. 


On July 3rd at 11 am by the Sunset Amphitheater Flag Pole there is a VFW flag presentation followed by a Porch Illumination Celebrations to kick off the Fourth of July, and a Red, White and Blue Bike Parade starting at Buck’s Bikes.


Westport has lots of activities and family fun at the Westport South Beach Historical Society’s annual Fourth of July celebration.  The Event is free and is held from 11 am until 5 pm with games, prizes, vendors, a raffle and more.  Afterwards stick around for the booming bay fireworks display starting at dust at the Westport Marina.

Enjoy the display of fireworks over the water!

Tokeland also has a 4th of July parade on July 1st and the Tokeland Trek Family and dog friendly community hike.

The end of the month Ocean Shores and this year Westport will be invaded with hundred of motorcycles for the annual Bikers on the Beach event. There will be live music, motorcycle stunt teams, biker games, vendors, beer garden, food court, a bikini bike wash, the great challenge and parade and more.  All types of motorcycles are welcome!!!

Events going on during the month of July include:

North Beaches-Oceans Shores, Seabrook

July 3 Seabrook  Porch Illumination Celebration 6-9 pm

July 4 Ocean Shores  Fireworks on the Beach.

July 4 Seabrook Fourth of July Front Street 11am

July 5 Seabrook Washington Coast Savers Beach Clean Up 9 am

July 6-8 Ocean Shores Ocean Shores Beach Blast 2 day family fun event

July Fridays Seabrook Sunset Concert Series Fridays

July Saturdays Seabrook Saturday Market 11 am - 4 pm

July 21 Seabrook  Big Foot Poker Ride 

July 21-22 Ocean Shores Big Top Promotions

Gun Show 

July 27-29 Ocean Shores Bikers at the Beach

South Beaches- Westport, Grayland, Tokeland

July 1 Tokeland Tokeland 4th of July Parade

July 1 Tokeland  Tokeland Trek Family and dog friendly community hike in Tokeland. 

July 1-October 1 Westport That Summer Gallery in Westport

July 1-Sept Wetport Salmon Fishing opens

July 4 Westport Maritime Museums' Ole Fashioned 4th  Crafts, food & music at the Maritime Museum.

July 4 Westport Marina Booming Bay Fireworks Display Show starts at dusk.

July 8 Westport Light State Park Run Like The Wind Fun Run-5K Run/Walk & 10K Run

July 13-15 Grayland Beach Windriders Kite Festival

July 21 Westport Eastside Street Rods Show & Shine Scenic poker run, parade, and Show & Shine.

July 28-29 Tokeland Marina   

Tokeland Wood & Arts Fest Chainsaw carving, wood artists, demonstrations, food vendors & live music. 

July 29 Westport Marina Bikers at the Beach-Coming to Westport this summer. 



June 2018

June is the beginning of all the fun summer activities at Grays Harbor Beaches. From kite flying, parades, festivals, fishing and parties.  This month also kicks off summer vacations.

Westport still has deep sea bottom fishing, Halibut days(June 7, 9, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30) or until quotas are filled, Rusty Scuppers Pirate Daze and the 119th Birthday of the Grays Harbor Light lighthouse

Ocean Shores Events

June 2-3 Ocean Shores Festival of Colors (Kite Flying)  A great family event for novice to professional kite flyers.  Come fly your kite or enjoy the antics of colorful kites filling the sky.  Held on the beach off of Damon Road.  Visit Ocean Shores Kites or call 360-289-4103 for more information.

June 9th Flag Day Parade -help honor our Nation’s flag with an old-fashioned parade.  Saturday at 11 am, watch as over 75 entrants parade though the streets of downtown Ocean Shores. More...

June 22-24 5 Star Dealerships Sand & Sawdust Festival. There are sand sculpting competitions for beginners to masters.  This is held on the beach.  Want to participate?  Contact the Oceans Shores Chamber for information you need to participate in this event.  The event is open to team and individual artists.

Watch chainsaw carving artists create masterpieces at the Convention Center.  You can view their work from start to finish over the three days of competition.  Each day there will be quick carve pieces that are auctioned off in the show room. Visit Ocean Shores Sand-Sawdust for more information.

Seabrook Events

June1-2 Hood to Coast Washington spanning 78 miles for running teams, through the Evergreen State beginning from Washington’s Hood Canal near Lake Isabella State Park and ending at the Pacific Ocean in Seabrook.  Racers will experience the beauty of Western Washington as each leg showcases something special like waterways, forest and the Pacific OceanMore information

June 9th Doggie Days 10am-12pm A canine-themed event for both dogs and dog lovers. More on Doggie Days

June 15-17 AVA Beach Volleyball Tournament starts at 10 am on 6/15 and runs until 5 pm on 6/17. This is the largest multi-division tournament in Washington State with over 100 teams taking part and a beach festival atmosphere and a price pool of $10,000.  There will also be a 4 a side amateur tournament throughout the weekend open to anyone.  More on AVA Beach Volleyball Tournament

June 30th Saturday Market Kick-off 11 am Seabrook’s Saturday Market celebrates its season grand opening with live music, a bouncy house, giveaways and more. More...

Westport Events

Month of June Deep sea bottom fishing- Westport Marina

June 22-24 17th Annual Rusty Scupper’s Pirate Dazes Rival pirates invade Westport for a weekend of fun, food and frivolity.  Dress up in the Pirate gear and shop, dance, interact and enjoy the mystique of Rusty Scupper and his bawdy band of buccaneers. More on Rusty Scupper Dazes… 

June 30 Grays Harbor Light Lighthouse 119th Birthday Celebration all day at the lighthouse in Westport, WA from 6-10 pm with lighting the light house up, and  cake and entertainment to enjoy. 

Come help celebrate the 119th birthday of the lighting of the lighthouse on Saturday June 30. There will be cake and entertainment and they will light up the lighthouse in the evening.

Construction started in 1897 and was completed in June of 1898.  On June 30th 1898 a dedication ceremony was held at the base of the lighthouse and that night marked the first official service date of Grays Harbor Lighthouse.  Due to the construction of a jetty system in the early 1900’s, the lighthouse now sits approximately 3,000 feet from the high tide mark, originally it was located about 400 feet from the waters’ edge.

Grays Harbor Light Lighthouse stands 107 feet tall-making it the tallest lighthouse in Washington State and the 3rd tallest on the West Coast.  Visitors can climb the 135 steps up to the lantern room.  Once on top you can enjoy a 360 degree view of the ocean and its surrounding area.  On a clear day you may get lucky enough to see the top of Mount Rainier to the east.

Fun Facts of Grays Harbor Light Lighthouse.

·         The base of the lighthouse sits on a 12 foot foundation of sandstone

·         The walls at the base of the octagonal structure are 4 feet thick tapering up to an 18 inch width.

·         The walls are made up of red brick with concrete on both sides

·         A metal structure completes the top of the tower.

·         There are 135 steps leading to the lantern room

·         The original staircase is forged in cast-iron

·         The landing brackets are pieces of artwork themselves and are       mounted to the wall for support

·         The staircase is self supporting

For tours and prices see: Westport Maritime Museum

Enjoy your kick-off to summer!


Grays Harbor Beaches 

May 2018

 As summer nears, more and more activities and events are happening at Grays Harbor Beaches. Halibut season opens in Westport, bottom fishing is still very good and the boats seem to be limiting out. Seabrook has a parade, and the Spring Showcase of Homes tours, Ocean Shores hosts a Youth Fishing Derby, the Clam Diggers Rod Run, and the 11th Annual Grays Harbor County Expo.  There’s something for all ages.


Now is the perfect time for hiking and biking around the beaches and camping is also starting to ramp up.  Don’t like camping?  There are several other options, motels/hotels, cabin, house, condo rentals, and B&B’s.  Make your reservations now for all the family fun.

Start thinking ahead towards your summer vacations and plan a visit to Grays Harbor Beaches!

May 11, May 13, May 25, and May 27, halibut season opens, with more dates in June (June 7, 9, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30) or until quotas are filled.

May 25-27 Commercial Fishing Festival  Come spend your Memorial Day Weekend in Westport to support the Commercial Fishing Fleet which included informational displays, vendors, beer garden, food, arts & crafts for the kids and then in the evening live music, and the Lighting up of the Docks in honor of loved ones at 7pm.

May 27th Blessing of the Fleet  an annual event remembering those lost at sea and bless the fleet for a safe and bountiful harvest. 

May 28th Memorial Day the VFW Memorial Ceremony takes place at the Veterans Memorial Park. 

Ocean Shores 

 May 25-27 Ocean Shores 11th Annual Grays Harbor County Expo featuring Grays Harbor Home Show, the Oceans of Fine Arts Expo, Wood & Chainsaw Carving, Hot Rod & Classic Car Show and a Memorial Service Honoring those who have passed. Free Admission. For more info visit 


May 5 Seabrook Savor Seabrook Seafood & Wine Festival 12-5pm 7th annual Seafood and Wine Festival More info

May 12 Seabrook Syttende Mai Parade 8th Annual Norwegian Independence Day Parade begins at Dorothy Anderson Cabin and parade around town. Traditional clothing encouraged. Parade ends at Meriwather Street with an ice cream social. More info

May 12 Seabrook Spring Showcase of Homes-Tour Various kinds of Seabrook homes-furnished signatures homes in Elk Creek and the gorgeous model home in the Farm District.  Also join Town Founder Casey Roloff’s town tour before the start of the showcase. More

 Have a safe Memorial Day weekend!

April 2018

Spring has arrived and the warm weather is coming soon.  Bottom fishing is hot, whale watching is good, there are tentative razor clam tides for four straight days and the monthly events and activities are picking up at our local beaches. The start of this spring season has been windy and stormy; making for a great time for beach combing. 

April 1st a man from Chinook found a bundle of large size Japanese glass fishing floats.  These glass floats have most likely been floating for a long time as these glass floats have been replaced with plastic ones in recent decades.


Bottom fishing has been very strong off the Washington Coast, as the charter boats from Westport have been catching their daily limits and have even seen Orca Whales passing by while heading out to fish. For those who love fishing, mark your calendars for Halibut season.  The dates for Halibut fishing are May 11, 13, 25, and 27th.  More dates may be added depending on quota available.

Beginning April 17th the Port of Grays Harbor will be accepting reservations for monthly moorage rates at the Westport Marina.  For availability call 360-268-9665 or visit

Westport also hosts the annual world class crab races and crab feed on Saturday April 21st. This year they also are going to have a razor clam derby, as there are also clam tides April 21 and 22nd at Twin Harbors.  Make a full day of Saturday with both razor clam digging and the annual crab races. Because of the time of the tides, digging hours will be extended beyond 12 pm.  On Saturday the tide is at 11:34 am and you can dig until 1 pm.  On Sunday the tide is at 12:38 pm and digging hours will be extended until 2 pm. 

On April 28th the local spring beach cleanup is scheduled with the crew from Olympic Coast Cleanup taking on the South Beaches.

Ocean Shores & Seabrook

Oceans Shores has a Fine Arts, Photography and Electronic Media Show April 27-29, and the High Rollin’ Hot Rods car show will be at the beach at the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino.  There are tentative razor clam tides on April 19-22nd.  See tide times below.

Seabrook has a Mountain Bike ride with Buck on April 14th, and Spring Break week from now until the 15th, with different family activities planned throughout the week.

Tentative razor clam digs in April:

  • April 19, Thursday, 9:46 a.m.; -0.9 feet; Mocrocks
  • April 20, Friday, 10:37 a.m.; -0.7 feet; Mocrocks
  • April 21, Saturday, 11:34 a.m.; -0.4 feet; Copalis, Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks (digging hours will be extended to 1 p.m.)
  • April 22, Sunday, 12:38 p.m.; -0.1 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks (digging hours will be extended to 2 p.m.)

March 2018 

Spring is just around the corner, and activities are ramping up at Grays Harbor Beaches.  The kick off of deep sea bottom fishing opens, more razor clams tides are proposed, and several events are happening at several towns along the coast.


March 2-3 UFO Paranormal Summit- Located at Quinault Beach Resort & Casino. An annual event featuring the world’s most renowned researchers and includes presentations on UFO Theories, evidence and information.  

March 3-4 30th Annual Beachcombers Fun Fair- Located at the Ocean Shores Convention Center This annual event features exhibits, seminars, information booths and vendors.

March 16-17 Razor Clam Festival & Seafood Extravaganza-Ocean Shores Convention Center-The razor clam festival has become one of the most popular events for razor clam lovers. This event features the famous Clam chowder cook-off, for both amateurs and professionals. Application (

March 25 Dugan’s Run this event has run for over 30 years and promotes youth, family participation, and community involvement.  There’s a run for all ages.  The 5K & 10K feature a course with a beach route.


March 17 Fat Tire Bike Race-Join Seabrook for their first ever Fat Tire Bike Race through their scenic beach town.

March 17-18 NCM 2nd annual Art Show-Town Hall North Coast Montessori is hosting the Art Show to raise funds for the North Coast Montessori Scholarship Fund.

March 23-25 Daffodil Days Spring Kick Off Celebration.  Come help celebrate Seabrook’s spring season kick–off at the Daffodil Days Festival. Event scheduled throughout the day. Mountain Bike Ride, Spring Saturday Market, YOW Parade and Contest.


March 1-May 30 Gray Whale Watching- book a trip with one of the charter boats to get your closest look at the gray whales.

March 10 Deep Sea Charter Boat Bottom Fishing opens.  Book your trips now with your favorite charter boats. 

March 25-Oct 15 Westport Charter Boat Association Fishing Derby begins.  Compete daily and weekly for cash prizes.


March 2 Friday 6:54 pm; -0.8 feet Mocrocks

March 3 Saturday 7:34 pm; -0.3 feet Mocrocks

March 16 Friday 7:03 pm; +0.2 Copalis, Mocrocks

  Saturday 7:36pm; +0.2 Twin Harbors, Copalis, Mocrocks, Long Beach

The March 16 and 17 are the same days as the Razor Clam Festival.  Come for the day to the Festival and bring your clam gear and dig razor clams in the evenings.

There will also be more tides coming in April with the digs in the mornings.

Enjoy the Beaches!

February 2018

Winter storms, romantic weekends, amazing sunsets, a chocolate festival, Dungeness crab and razor clam digging, makes February a great time to visit the beaches.  The winter months are a quiet time to visit Grays Harbor Beaches, with winter rates available at most accommodations, and several great places to eat.

Winter storms offer many opportunities for those who enjoy storm watching and beach combing.  This   combined with a long weekend and Valentine’s Day in the middle of the month can make for a great, romantic, beach combing and storm watching time. Just remember to dress accordingly, with warm clothes and rain coats.  Depending on the weather, there can also be great sunsets in amongst the clouds for you and a loved one to enjoy.

The quietest beach is the Westport area, where there is great storm watching from their viewing tower.

The commercial Dungeness crab season had gotten under way, so if you’re looking for the quietest area and love crab and other seafood, Westport would be the area to visit.  There should fresh crab available at the Seafood Markets in Westport where you can purchase live crab or cooked crab. Just remember, this can be weather dependent so if you are looking for fresh live crab check before you go.

Look up towards the town of Seabrook, a quiet new idea ocean front town. #graysharborbeachesTown of Seabrook

Ocean Shores, Seabrook and the Pacific Beach area offer the most events and activities for the month of February. 

Seabrook is hosting a Super Bowl party on February 4th starting at 2:30 at Town Hall.  Watch the Super Bowl on their big screen TV.  All ages are welcome.  There will be a cash bar for drinks and Dante’s Inferno Hot Dogs will be there for food.

For the chocolate lovers there’s a Chocolate Festival February 22-25th, which is held in the Pacific Beach area.  This is the 11th annual Chocolate on the Beach Festival for this coastal community.  It was started as a small fundraiser for The Museum of the North Beach and has become their own entity that has grown into a huge 4 day event which includes the sister communities of Moclips, Aloha, Copalis Crossing, Seabrook and Copalis Beach.

This Festival supports organizations and groups in the North Beach area with grants and donations for historical, educational and community projects. 

This is a fun family festival offering something for all chocolate lovers. There are chocolate vendors, artists, and crafters.  You can attend a cooking class or enter your favorite recipe in the recipe contest. Attendees will find chocolate that is gluten free, dairy free, vegan, organic, fair trade, raw and event healthy treats for your pets.

There is a $5.00 fee for adults which is good for both Saturday and Sunday, $1.00 for teens and children are free. This buys you a bracelet good in the Vendor Building (Pacific Beach Elementary) and the Demonstrations at the North Beach Community Center.

Renewed Antique Show-Oceans Shores

For the Antique lovers February 17-18 there is a Renewed Antique and Collectibles show.  Over 60 vendors will be there offering a wide variety of antiques, vintage items, doll repair, evaluations and a fur fashion show on Saturday.  There is a $3.00 admission fee or $2.00 with a non perishable food donation.

The new community of Oyhut Bay invites you to come for a tour of their affordable beach getaway.  Their walkable and bikeable village community has parks, trails and miles of ocean beaches for you to enjoy. They are now selling new beach cottages and also have nightly vacation cottages and condo rentals available.  This would be a great opportunity for a romantic Valentine’s Day weekend with a loved one.

Oyhut Bay, south of downtown Ocean Shores, has a new Fresh Market that has just opened and I’m sure they would be happy to see some new faces.  They also have the Riptide Coffee Company, the Oyhut Bay Bistro, and the Loft and Martini Bar for other places to eat and drink.

Other events in and around the Ocean Shores area include:

·        razor clam digging-February 1-3

·        a Super Bowl Party in Seabrook February 4th

·        an Antique & Collectibles Show-Ocean Shores February 17-18

·        Chocolate on the Beach Festival North Beach area February 22-25 including the communities of Moclips, Aloha, Copalis Crossing, Copalis Beach, Pacific Beach, and Seabrook

Enjoy the quiet beaches of Grays Harbor during the month of February!

Grays Harbor Beaches

January 2018

Happy New Year!  2017 went out with clam tides and a beautiful sunset.  2018 is making a grand entrance with beautiful sunsets, cold temperatures,  and great clam tides.  January at the beaches offers many opportunities for storm watching, beachcombing, razor clam tides, beautiful sunsets, annual events, fewer crowds, no traffic and winter rates to name a few.

Although January is the off season at Grays Harbor Beaches, it is a great opportunity to spend time with a special person and enjoy quiet romantic strolls on the beach. Enjoy Clam digging?  Come stay at the end of the month and make it a week long adventure, you can dig 7 days in a row; the last four days of January and the first 3 days of February.

Events 2018

The North Beaches Ocean Shores, Oyhut Bay, Seabrook

·       storm watching Jan 1-Feb 28

·       beach combing Jan 1-Feb 28

·       A Pirates Life for Us January 12-15 Ocean Shores MLK weekend More Info

·        Urban Unglued Vendor Show January 13-14 Ocean Shores More info

·       Annual United Way Black and White Gala January 27 Ocean Shores-Quinault Beach Resort & Casino 6-11 pm Ticket Info

·       Razor Clam Tides January 28 -31(Tentative pending toxin results) Evening Digs 

·       Oyhut Bay-Seaside Village Fresh Market opening later in January 

The South Beaches:

·       Storm Watching

·       Beachcombing

·       Razor Clam Tides See Below

·       Mermaid Painting Party Jan 27 Knotty Pine Bar & Grill 1-3 pm details 

Tentative 2018 January Clam Tide Dates:

  • Jan. 28, Sunday, 4:06 p.m.; -0.4 feet; Mocrocks
  • Jan. 29, Monday, 4:59 p.m.; -1.0 feet; Copalis
  • Jan. 30, Tuesday, 5:47 p.m.; -1.5 feet; Twin Harbors, Mocrocks
  • Jan. 31, Wednesday, 6:33 p.m.; -1.6 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis
  • Feb. 1, Thursday, 7:17 p.m.; -1.5 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks
  • Feb. 2, Friday, 8:00 p.m.; -1.0 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis
  • Feb. 3, Saturday, 8:42 p.m.; -0.4; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks

Enjoy the winter time at Grays Harbor Beaches!


Grays Harbor Beaches

October 2017

Fall has arrived and with it comes cooler weather; it means it’s time for razor clam season to start.  It also means the final weeks of deep sea bottom and tuna fishing. 

While summer may have past and fall is here, doesn’t mean it time to quit going to the beach, there’s still plenty of activities and things to see and do. 

Razor Clam Digging

WDFW has tentatively set dates from October through December pending safe toxin level testing.  The first two days to dig are Oct 6th and 7th.  All tides are in the evening and on October 6 and 7 all beaches are planned to be open.

With evening digs, comes more dangers as most tides are after dark, seeing the surf coming in is harder, lights of some sorts are needed to see the holes and it is usually colder when digging. Remember to dress warmer and in layers so you can remove extra clothing rather than get cold.

Please make sure to check back with WDFW for the latest releases and information regarding upcoming digs.

Check out our favorite clam recipes or add your favorites on our site.

Fishing News

Charter boats are still booking trips for bottom fish and tuna until Oct 15th. Check here for booking services. Get your last trip in before the season ends!

Upcoming Events

Other events and activities going on around Grays Harbor Beaches during the month of October include:

North Beaches-Ocean Shores, Seabrook, and Pacific Beach areas:

Ocean Shores:

Oct 25-29 14th Annual Irish Music Festival presenting the largest l Irish Music     Festival on the West Coast.

Seabrook has something every weekend in October:

October 7 Big Foot Brew Fest 12-6 pm 21 years or older.  Craft brewers, big foot, food, live music fun. 5th Annual BFBF, you won’t want to miss this yearly tradition that raises money for the Seabrook Community Foundation

October 14 Tour of Homes-Visit Seabrook on Saturday for a tour of vacation rentals and homes for sale, as they open several homes for viewing by the public.

October 21 2nd Annual Great Pumpkin Carving Competition-An all day event where you can watch professionals carve and compete for prizes.  Judge people’s choice awards.  Join in the family carving competition.  Little kids can paint pumpkins- A fun event for the entire family.

Oct 27 Adult Costume Party-Adults only costume party at Town Hall. 8 pm – 12 am with DJ, drinks, dancing, costume contest, party and games.  Admission is free.

Oct 28 Trick or Treat-4 pm merchants and around town will have treats for the little kids


September 15- Oct 31 A dock fishing derby in Westport which started September 15 and runs until the end of October.

Grayland has several activities going on revolving around the cranberry bogs:

 October 8 Jog the Bog and beach 5k & 10K Run/3K walk starts and 9am   

October13 Cranberry Harvest Festival Cook-off organizers are looking for folks to enter their best cranberry dishes in the cook-off competition. Bring your favorite dish to the Grayland Community Hall from 12-9 pm on Friday-no entries accepted on Saturday. Judging will begin at 9pm on Friday.  There are two catagories: professional and Novice

October 14-15 Cranberry Harvest Festival with bog tours, a cranberry cook-off and a firelight parade.

February 2017

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner; how about spending it with your sweetheart at Grays Harbor Beaches.

On the North Beaches:

  • Seabrook has cottages for rent, live music and a couples painting event the weekend of February 10-12. Seabrook
  • Oceans Shores has an Antique & Collectibles show the weekend of February 10-12.

On the South Beaches:

Westport is quiet this time of year except for the occasional surfer. You can watch commercial boats come and go from the harbor as dungeness crab season is in full swing.

WDFW has approved the first clam dig of the season for Twin Harbors since the fall of 2016 which should provide an abundance of nice clams.

Timing is perfect for those who like to clam dig.  Razor clam tides have been approved for 3 beaches from February 7-12th.

  • Feb. 7, Tuesday, 3:53 p.m.; -0.1 feet; Copalis, Mocrocks, Twin Harbors
  • Feb. 8, Wednesday, 4:46 p.m.; -0.6 feet; Copalis, Mocrocks, Twin Harbors
  • Feb. 9, Thursday, 5:33 p.m.; -0.9 feet; Copalis, Mocrocks, Twin Harbors
  • Feb. 10, Friday, 6:16 p.m.; -1.0 feet; Mocrocks, Twin Harbors
  • Feb. 11, Saturday, 6:57 p.m.; -0.8 feet; Mocrocks, Twin Harbors
  • Feb. 12, Sunday, 7:34 p.m.; -0.5 feet; Mocrocks, Twin Harbors

Upcoming Events Calendar


Ocean Shores

North Beach Seabrook Area

 North Beaches-Moclips, Mocrocks

January 2017

Have the winter time blues?  Take a trip to one of Grays Harbor's beaches and enjoy a romantic get-a-way. 

Plan a Valentine’s Day weekend with your special someone.  Winter is a great time for storm watching beach combing or walking on the beach.

This is a great time to plan get-a-way, as most accommodations have off season rates.

Grays Harbor Beaches Up coming Events

North Beaches/Ocean Shores

A Pirates Life for Us-Ocean Shores   January 13-15th.

MLK weekend: Swashbucklers, buccaneers and scalawags invade the City to indulge in entertainment and general merriment.  Folks with pirate spirits are welcome to come and play. Check out their website at for more information.

Antiques & Collectibles Show   February 10-12

During this 4th Annual Show, over 60 vendors will offer a wide variety of antiques. Admission is $3, OR $2 + non-perishable food item donation. Visit for more information.


Seabrook Town Hall

Mr. Bills Travelling Trivia JDRF Fundraiser   January 15th

6 pm Town Hall Mr. Bills Travelling Trivia comes back to Seabrook for an evening of fun, laughs, food and desert while fund raising for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. 

Annual Chocolate on the Beach Festival   February 24th-26th 

During this annual event, chocolate takes over the entire North Beach.  Guests at Seabrook will get a chocolate basket upon arrival, and all of the town merchants will have chocolate specials and themed activities.

South Beaches/Westport

Storm Watching

Storming watching is the highlight at Westport and the South beaches.  Here is where you can get a quiet stay to unwind after the busy holidays and enjoy personal or family time. 

If heading to Westport, WA stop by the Westport Winery on the way down, grab a meal, enjoy some wine tasting and purchase your favorite bottle of wine to enjoy while visiting Grays Harbor Beaches.  Then on the way home stop by the docks or Brady’s Oysters to purchase some fresh seafood to prepare and enjoy when you get home. 

Razor Clam Digs and Tides

Razor Clam Limits and upcoming digs

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has scheduled tentative clam dig openings depending on the toxin levels outcomes for the month of January and February. 

017 Washington Tentative 
Winter Recreational Razor Clam Openings

 Date Day Time Low Tide Beaches Scheduled to be Open

  • Jan. 27,Friday6:26 p.m.-0.5 feetCopalis
  • Jan. 28, Saturday 7:01 p.m. -0.6 feet Copalis
  • Jan. 29, Sunday 7:37 p.m. -0.5 feet Copalis, Mocrocks
  • Jan. 30, Monday 8:13 p.m. -0.3 feet Copalis, Mocrocks 
  • Jan. 31, Tuesday 8:50 p.m. 0.2 feet Copalis, Mocrocks   
  • Feb. 7, Tuesday 3:53 p.m. -0.1 feet Copalis, Mocrocks 
  • Feb. 8, Wednesday 4:46 p.m. -0.6 feet Copalis, Mocrocks 
  • Feb. 9, Thursday 5:33 p.m. -0.9 feet Copalis, Mocrocks 
  • Feb. 10, Friday 6:16 p.m. -1.0 feet Mocrocks 
  • Feb. 11, Saturday 6:57 p.m. -0.8 feet Mocrocks 
  • Feb. 12, Sunday 7:34 p.m. -0.5 feet Mocrocks  
  • Feb. 24, Friday 5:21 p.m. -0.1 feet Copalis, Mocrocks 
  • Feb. 25, Saturday 5:58 p.m. -0.3 feet Copalis, Mocrocks 
  • Feb. 26, Sunday 6:34 p.m. -0.4 feet Copalis, Mocrocks

November 2016

Winter Storm Watching Seabrook

Storm Season is here. Grays Harbor Beaches are an incredible draw with its mild weather all year long. During the months of July and December, the highest tides occur.  The change in height can be as much as 12 feet.

With high wind and roar of the surf, the power and beauty of the ocean can be breathtaking.

Winter is a quiet time to visit Grays Harbor Beaches.  Winter storms, clam digging, storm watching and beach combing are some of the activities.

Visiting during the winter months can also make a weekend getaway or vacation more reasonably priced.  Usually during this time of year there are seasonal rates on lodging. 


Seabrook offers many vacation rentals and cottages which are great for business conferences, reunions, weddings, family vacations or a weekend getaway.

You could book a reservation at one of their many cottages or vacation rental homes-some of which are situated on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.  What a great way to storm watch or join in the activities the town has to offer.

The town of Seabrook still has many events and activities scheduled around the holidays.

There is a Glass Float Find which is held between November 28Th and December 22nd.  During this time, Seabrook hides glass floats in and around town as well as on the beach for you to find.  The glass floats that you find are yours to keep as a gift to you!

Other activities include:

Nov 25th The Great Tree Lighting & Caroling 6pm at Meriweather Square

Nov 28-Dec 22nd Glass Float Find in and around Seabrook

Dec 4th  Holiday Bazaar   Dec 4th 11am-4pm Town Hall

Dec 11th & Dec 18th Breakfast with Santa 9am-11am Mill 109 Restaurant

Dec 23rd Annual Holiday Concert 7pm Town Hall

Dec 31 New Year’s Eve Party  8pm-12:30am Town Hall 

There are restaurants and small specialty shops for you to enjoy while there.  The town is called the “Idea Town” by Sunset Magazine. Just a few miles away are other towns and beaches such as Moclips, Pacific Beach, Ocean City and Ocean Shores, or if you prefer hiking there are several hiking opportunities nearby as well.

Razor Clam Digging

Have you tried Clam digging?  During these winter months, Razor Clam Digging is a favorite of the locals.  There are certain days, times and tide which you can try your hand at clam digging, but make sure you check out WDFW for all rules and regulations.

Razor Clam digging at Grays Harbor Beaches during the winter months is done at night. You will be able to see hundreds of lights on the beach as the clam diggers use either a flashlights or lanterns to see the holes and watch the surf.  What a sight. 

Grays Harbor Beaches Updates

Brings you up to date information about what's happening at Grays Harbor Beaches. News flashes about clam digging, fishing, and current activities and events that are happening around the area.

Winter is Here

With winter upon us, many things have slowed down at the beaches. There still is razor clam digs scheduled until the end of the year pending marine toxin levels.  WDFW continues to test the clams prior to proposed digs

The digs are during the evening tides so be prepared with a light of some sort to see the holes.  Take extra caution when digging at night as the waves can sneak up on you quick.  Always dress warm as the nights are cool.

For those who like to shop for christmas decor, there are christmas bazaar at both the North and South beaches.  Check our calendar for the dates and locations.

With summer just around the corner, beach activities are picking up. Whether you are planning a day at the beach,fishing for salmon and bottom fish or attending an up and coming event or activity,there's several opportunities for family fun.

Salmon fishing has become a hot topic, with a weak coho return due to warmer than normal water temps in the north Pacific Ocean, there was talk of no fishing at all but WDFW has set a limited   season for Salmon. 

Recreational Ocean salmon fishing for Chinook will open beginning July 1st in all 4 marine areas. The daily limit and species of salmon will be dependant on which marine area you are fishing. Some have limited coho catches while other may require you to release all coho.  Be sure to check with WDFW regarding their 2016 rules and regulations and what the limits are per salmon species.

For anglers who enjoy all kinds of fishing and want to get out on the ocean, there are also trips for Halibut, ling cod other types of bottom fish (beginning May 1st   in certain Marine areas) and  later Tuna fishing.  Some charters offer salmon fishing the morning and bottom fishing in the afternoons.

Book your trips early with one of the Westport charter boats. Daily trips are available, but if you like salmon plan on booking your trips early as the season could be cut short once quotas are met. 

North Beaches-Ocean Shores

 June 4  Wearable Art Show          

 June 4-5  Ocean Shores Festival of Colors (Kite  Flying)  

 June 11  Flag Day Parade         

 June 18  NW Open Sand Sculpture Show   

 June 24-26 Ocean Shores Saws 'n Shores 


June 4 Doggie Days

June4 -25 Saturdays Wine Tasting at the Stowaway

June 4-25 Saturdays Gelato Biscotto Sabato Gelato Cookie Sandwich

June 11- Saturday Market Kickoff

June 11-25 Saturday Market

June 17-19 Beach Volleyball Tournament & Fun Run

June 26 Movie Night in the Park

South Beaches

June 4 Maritime Museum Grounds Best Friends Day in Westport 

June 24-26  Rusty Scuppers Pirate Daze 

June 26 2nd Pirates Daze Fun Run Dagger Dash 5k

Visit our site at for all beach activities and up to date news in Grays Harbor Washington.

Jun 17, 2019

Barkbox Plush Dog Toys

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Lost Kitty is Home!

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Apr 06, 2018

I Will Pay $10 For Your Broken Wahing Machine or Clothes Dryer

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North Beach Annual Events

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Beautiful day at Westport

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