Welcome to our beautiful area. The middle to north end of the Long Beach Peninsula is a slower paced, less crowded part of Pacific County’s coastline. We have the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Willapa Bay on the other. Beaches, wetlands, old growth forests, historic neighborhoods, quaint towns, state parks and a bustling port all make this area home. Ocean Park, Nahcotta, Oysterville, Surfside and Klipsan Beach are the villages dotted about the north end and each has its own special flavor…enjoy exploring them all by simply driving our roads or, to find something specific, visit our Membership page for categorized listings of what our area has to offer.
THE AUCTION IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT PARTICIPATED. JW WAS THE WINNER OF THE ORIGINAL ARTWORK WITH A BID OF $125. YOU MAY STILL ORDER A POSTER FOR $20. INFORMATION ON HOW TO ORDER CAN BE FOUND BELOW.
Meet Helen Marston this years winner of the poster design contest for the 39th Annual Garlic Festival. She is pictured holding the winning poster. Thank you to all of the bidders and congratulations JW!
We are now selling the Limited Edition Posters at the OPACC office during regular open hours!
Tues – Sat – noon to 4 pm – 1715 Bay Ave, Ocean Park
Cash or Check only – Posters are $20 and proceeds benefit OPACC’s Infrastructure Fund
Please call the office ~ 360-665-4448 ~ with any questions or drop by!
And thank you for your support!
Statewide Indoor Mask Mandate For All Starting August 23
Outdoor gatherings over 500 require masks to be worn by all attendees as of September 13, 2021.
First Batch of Clamming Dates Get Green Light
Follow this LINK for information about approved clamming dates.
Burn Ban in effect at all Washington state parks
For local burn ban and burning permit information follow this LINK to Pacific County Fire District #1’s website.
Information on State Parks burn ban has not changed as of September 14, 2021 (see below).
July 2, 2021 8:00 AM
Effective July 2, and until further notice, all state parks and ocean beaches in the Seashore Conservation Area are under a Level 3 or higher burn ban. With extreme hot and dry conditions affecting the entire state, the campfire ban is necessary to help prevent accidental wildfires. A Level 3 Burn Ban prohibits the use of wood or charcoal fires, but propane fire pits are allowed. Level 4 prohibits open flame of any type. For more information on Burn Bans, see our news release at this LINK or visit www.parks.state.wa.us/Campfires
IMPORTANT TO KNOW – The beaches on the peninsula are part of the Seashore Conservation Area – no charcoal or wood fires on the beach during this ban.
Beach Safety Information It may be hot and look like a beach in Southern California but the waters along the peninsula are very different. Cold water temperatures, strong rip currents and an uneven bottom makes the water dangerous. Be informed so you can make safe decisions. Tide information also found via this LINK.
Restaurants, Deli’s and more in the Ocean Park, Oysterville, Surfside & Klipsan Beach Areas
Lodging of all types! Rustic, camping, sublime…
OPACC General Membership Meetings
We meet the 2nd Thursday of the month at 8 am. All meetings are open to the public. We are considering holding in person and virtual meetings going forward. Log in information will be published here.