... a step away from the crowds ...


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.

To find something specific, visit the OPACC Members for categorized business listings. To see what is happening here and throughout the county, visit our Events page!

Bird’s eye view of the north end…the mighty Pacific Ocean to the left and the beautiful Willapa Bay to the right.

Get Ready to Light Up the Sky This 4th of July!

people clamming

It’s important to note that final approval for digs depends on marine toxin test results, with domoic acid levels needing to be below certain thresholds to ensure the clams are safe to eat. The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) provides updates on these conditions, so it’s advised to check their information or press releases for the most current details.

When digging for razor clams, each person is allowed to harvest the first 15 clams they dig, regardless of size or condition. This limit is in place to prevent waste and ensure sustainable harvesting practices. Anyone 15 years or older will need to have an applicable fishing license to harvest razor clams on any beach.

For those new to clam digging, it’s a family-friendly activity that can be enjoyed with basic equipment such as a clam shovel or tube, a container for your clams, and, crucially, a clam license. Techniques vary, but looking for “clam shows,” which indicate the presence of a clam beneath the surface, is a common method.

Follow this LINK for the most current razor clam season information and more tips and tricks.

Ocean Park Area Printable Ocean Park Getaway 2024 Brochure

Please click the buttons below to view and print the Ocean Park Getaway 2024 brochure. Includes an easy to follow map for events, merchants and things to do in the Ocean Park area.

Ocean Park Area Printable Business and Services Membership Directory 2024

Please click the button below to view and print the brochure.

OPACC General Membership Meetings

The Ocean Park Area Chamber of Commerce meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 8 am. Meetings are held in person at the PCFD#1 Fire Hall (26110 Ridge, OP) and via Zoom. Meetings are open to the public and refreshments served after along with the invitation to stay a chat a bit before beginning your day.
You may attend the meeting online via Zoom…here is the link…
Zoom Meeting Link

Click below to view our most recent Membership Meeting Minutes:

Experience the charm of Ocean Park like never before! Stay updated on all the latest events, promotions, and insider tips by subscribing to the Ocean Park Area Chamber of Commerce newsletter, The Curious Explorer. Dive into a world of coastal wonders and discover hidden gems nestled along our picturesque shores. Join us in preserving and celebrating the unique beauty of Ocean Park and the Long Beach Peninsula – subscribe today by clicking the button below!

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