From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
In the very southwestern corner of Washington, the Long Beach Peninsula is a serene hot spot for RVing between the Pacific coast, Columbia River, and Willapa Bay. The scenic landscape is something from a dream, with beautiful grassy dunes, ocean fresh air, and their renowned 28-mile stretch of drive-able sandy beach.
There’s quiet RV parks dotted across the peninsula, local museums of a wide variety, and gourmet restaurants for every kind of taste. We spent a few days exploring the area, and rounded up some of the most memorable places for you to swing by next time you’re heading out to the Pacific Northwest.
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