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The Pacific Ocean Beaches

The North Beach Area of Washington State

 

 

Washington

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Cities along the

Pacific Coast

North to south

LaPush

Kalaloch

Taholah

Moclips

Pacific Beach

Copalis Beach

Ocean City

Ocean Shores

Westport

Grayland

Tokeland

Ocean Park

Long Beach

Seaview

Ilwaco

 

 

State Highway 109 mile by mile

This page covers the Pacific Ocean beaches north of Grays Harbor on the Pacific Coast of Washington State.  This area is in Grays Harbor County and you can see in the map below where Grays County is located in Washington State. Grays Harbor County is shown in red.

The Towns or Villages of Ocean Shores, Ocean City, Copalis Beach, Pacific Beach, Moclips, and Taholah are located on State Highway 109 northwest of Aberdeen & Hoquiam, Washington.

  This area was developed around 100 years ago and today it offers a wide variety of accommodations for visitors to our Pacific Ocean Beaches

In general, the beaches in this area are rugged, vastly different from the long sandy beaches to the south of this area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WA-109

State Highway 109

 

 

Milepost 0

Milepost 0 Junction on Highway 101 in Hoquiam

 

 

Milepost 16

Milepost 16 Junction with State Highway 115 to

Ocean Shores

Highway WA-115

 

 

 

Milepost 18

 

Ocean City

 

 

Milepost 21

Copalis Beach

                   Griffiths-Priday State Park (day use only)

Griffith Priday State Park web page

 

 

 

Milepost 29

Village of Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach State Park (32 camping & 32 RV utility sites on the beach) This park takes reservations 1-888-226-7688 or online. Pacific Beach State Park web page.

 

 

 

Milepost 31

Village of Moclips is a small village consisting mainly of residences and three motels.  There are no facilities for groceries, food, or fuel in this village.

Moonstone Beach Motel 1-888-888-9063

 

 

 

Milepost 32

Quinault Indian Reservation boundary

Moclips Highway to highway 101

The Moclips highway has been newly improved and blacktopped and is an excellent option to use to travel north on Highway 101 to Lake Quinault, Kalaloch, or Forks. 

See our Lake Quinault Loop Page for a day trip around this beautiful lake.

 

 

 

Milepost 37

Taholah an Indian village on the Quinault Indian Reservation, is the center of tribal activities and the tribal offices are located here.  You can get a permit to use (walk on) the 20 miles of tribal ocean beaches at the tribal office.  They have a seafood market that sells the famous Blueback Salmon that is native only to the Quinault River.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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