Wonderful Washington: Live your best beach life at Seabrook

Feb 14 2020, 2:43 pm

You might think of Seabrook as being that uppity fake beach town for the disconnected folk — but you’d be wrong!

Yes, the beautiful seaside town is full of independent boutiques, restaurants, and markets, but that shouldn’t hinder you from exploring the dream destination full of friendly, passionate people.

Ranked one of the best pet-friendly destinations, the city is dedicated to preserving and promoting the natural environment. The “urban resort” is a great spot to bring your family, furry friends, and loved ones to enjoy preserved greenways, parks, and other natural areas.

For your own safety, please make sure you are prepared before heading out on your next adventure. Information on how to prepare for your trip and stay safe while on your hike is available from waparks.org and parks.wa.govAlways remember to leave no trace, pack out what you pack in, stick to designated trails, and refrain from feeding wildlife — and please note that irresponsibly taken selfies (even if they look great for the ‘gram) can be fatal

 

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Where is it? 

Seabrook is a coastal town in Pacific Beach that overlooks the Pacific Ocean.

 

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How do you get there?

A roughly three-hour drive from Seattle, Seabrook is easily accessible by following the I-5 S, WA-8 W, and US-12 W to E Wishkah Street in Aberdeen. Then, take US-101 N and Ocean Beach Road all the way to Seabrook.

What’s there? 

Book a whole cottage for as low as $95 a day, and enjoy all of Seabrook’s town amenities, including an indoor pool, fitness center, playground, and sports courts.

Make sure to pack your swimsuit and make a day of relaxing on the beach, catching a few waves, clam digging, paddleboarding, and kayaking.

If you’d like a more adventurous journey, go for a bike ride or hike one of the many trails in and near Seabrook.

You can also spend time searching for gray whales, as they migrate past Washington in the spring and fall. Seals, otters, and dolphins have also been spotted along the coast.

 

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