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A photo of a coastline with grass and ferns in the foreground. there are waves and white water.

Long Beach Peninsula

Pacific Northwest’s Best

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A Coastal Escape

Centrally located between Seattle and Portland, the Campfield is on the Long Beach Peninsula of Washington's coast, north of the Columbia River. The Campfield site is nestled in the woods just east of the city of Long Beach. The location offers direct access to Highway WA 101, and is minutes away from the beach, Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, shops and restaurants, and the peninsula's Discovery Trail.

Four-Season Adventure

The Long Beach Peninsula is a year-round destination. Experience its stunning beauty in each season - there's always something new to discover!

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Avg High 55° / Avg Low 44°

Experience spring
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Avg High 65° / Avg Low 55°

Experience summer
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Avg High 60° / Avg Low 48°

Experience autumn
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Avg High 49° / Avg Low 41°

Experience winter

Explore Nature's Wonders

Plan your visit with our seasonal itineraries, featuring our favorite activities, restaurants, and shops on the Long Beach Peninsula.

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Spring Renewal

  • Wake Up at a Tent Suite

    Rise and shine after a comfortable night's sleep in your Snow Peak tent. Start your day with a hot cup of coffee made fresh at the Campstore.

  • Walk or Bike the Discovery Trail

    Connecting the Port of Ilwaco with the town of Long Beach, the Discovery Trail is a paved 8.5 mile path along the peninsula's coastline, offering scenic views of the ocean and dunes.

  • Explore Cape Disappointment

    This nearby state park does not live up to its name! Hike through the woods and take in the ocean views at the historic lighthouse. If you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of some migrating gray whales.

  • Sauna & Cold Plunge

    Visit the Ofuro Spa to invigorate your senses with a sauna session followed by a dip in the cold plunge.

  • Campfire at the Campsite

    End your day next to a crackling fire. Gather with your camping companions or new friends to enjoy an evening under the stars.

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Enjoy A Serene Summer Day

  • Wake up at a Field Site

    Awake to the sun shining through your tent. Enjoy coffee and breakfast at your campsite.

  • Kayak Willapa Bay

    Paddle through the bay and visit an old growth forest on Long Island. Peer through your binoculars to observe migratory birds and other wildlife. (Consult refuge staff for tide info and regulations).

  • Fly a Kite

    Try your hand at kite-flying in the ocean breeze or watch participants of the annual International Kite Festival, held the third week of August.

  • Take A Taste

    Visit the Adrift Distillery Tasting Room for an afternoon sampling of handcrafted liquors, including the locally-inspired cranberry liqueur.

  • Have a Beach Campfire

    Watch the sunset over the Pacific as you stay warm by the fire.

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Fun in the Fall

  • Wake up at a Field Site

    Start your day with a stroll around the Campfield to admire the colorful foliage.

  • See the Cranberry Harvest

    Held each October by the Cranberry Museum, the Harvest Festival celebrates the peninsula's heritage of cranberry farming. U-Pick is available at Cranguyma Farms.

  • Explore Historic Oysterville

    Enjoy a walking tour of the scenic town nestled along the shores of Willapa Bay.

  • Oysters on the Half Shell

    Visit Oysterville Sea Farms to purchase fresh oysters straight from the bay - the perfect seaside treat.

  • Local Libations

    Head to the Campstore to end your day with a glass of local wine or pint of craft beer.

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The Wilds of Winter

  • Keep it Cozy in a Jyubako Suite

    Wake up to the soothing patter of rain drops on the window of your serene Snow Peak micro cabin.

  • Watch the Storm Swells

    See the coastal winter in all its glory. Head to Waikiki Beach in Cape Disapointment State Park for views of incoming storms.

  • Learn Local History

    Visit one of the ten museums on the peninsula to learn more about the unique heritage of the region.

  • Warm Up with a Chowder

    Enjoy a bowl of fresh clam chowder at one of the many chowder restaurants in Long Beach, Seaview, or Ilwaco.

  • Take A Soak

    Head to the Campfield's Ofuro Spa for a dip in the soaking pool, or a sauna session followed by an invigorating cold plunge.

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Respecting the Land

The Snow Peak Long Beach Campfield resides on unceded territory of the Chinook Nation. We recognize and respect the stewardship and enduring relationship that exists between the Chinook Nation and their homeland. We seek to honor their example of care for this place by restoring the natural habitat, allowing its unique ecosystems and wildlife to flourish. Despite their historical and continuing presence in the region, the Chinook Nation does not have federal recognition. To learn more and support their efforts, please visit https://chinookjustice.org/.

“Campfield has a deep commitment to having a positive impact on our community and on the planet.”

– Tohru Yamai, Snow Peak CEO and Executive Chairman

FAQ Field Guide

  1. Is there beach access at Campfield?

    The beach is minutes away, with the closest public access points on Sid Snyder Road or 17th Street SW.

  2. Can I walk to shops and restaurants?

    Yes, the restaurants and shops of Long Beach are about a half mile walk.

  3. Do you offer any organized tours of the area?

    While we don't offer organized tours, our team is happy to connect you with local guides for history tours, kayak outings, surf lessons and more.

  4. How can I learn more about the Chinook heritage of the area?

    You can learn more about the Chinook people and their efforts to resecure federal tribal recognition here.

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