- TripBuzz discovered 38 different types of activities for couples in the Long Beach area, including Specialty Museums (like Marsh's Free Museum), Horseback Riding (like Back Country Horse Rides), Amusement Parks (All Ages) (like Funland) and Family Fun Center (like Funland Arcade), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 45 date ideas in or near Long Beach, Washington, including 34 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Astoria, Ilwaco and Seaside.
The only museum in America devoted exclusively to kites, the World Kite Museum features over 1500 kites from all over the world. It offers hands-on, interactive exhibits, and visitors can make their own kites to take home.
Located on Long Beach Peninsula and overlooking the Pacific, Cape Dissapointment State Park is a 1,882-acre park for camping, hiking and beach exploration. In addition to its natural beauty, the park also features two lighthouses and an interpretive center.
Take the free guided tour of the lavender farm and learn all about growing lavender from the family who owns the farm; climb the tree house for an overview of the fields, then go and explore the shop for homemade lavender products.
This is one of two lighthouses that still guide ships around the Cape of Disappointment. This is an automated beacon lighthouse, and you can take tours of the lantern room seasonally for a fee. There is a gentle quarter mile trail hike to get to the lighthouse.
Situated on 1,882 acres, Fort Canby State Park is a camping venue with recreational activities. Guests can investigate 27 miles of beachfront, numerous hiking trails, two lighthouses and an interpretive center showcasing the area's history.
This 1,882-acre state park has two miles of ocean beaches, hiking trails, two lighthouses, and an interpretive center. During the spring and fall the local towns IIwaco and Long Beach have special events and festivals. Park is open year round for day visits and camping.
Willapa National Wildlife Refuge offers sturgeon fishing, hunting of both big game and waterfowl, and wildlife observation and photography opportunities. Optimal birdwatching periods are during the fall and spring, during the morning and late afternoon hours.
Hiking to this historic still operational lighthouse takes you past skeletons of old forts, scenic views of Pacific forests, the mouth of the Columbia and the Pacific Coast. Seasonal tours of the lantern room are available for a small fee.