Top Reasons to Stay at The Breakers of Long Beach
- The resort fronts a stretch of the 28-mile Long Beach Peninsula—billed as the world’s longest beach open to vehicles.
- With a playground and an 8-mile nature trail, The Breakers has plenty of family-friendly activities.
- The historic Fort Columbia State Park is only about 20 minutes away. Head here to see late 19th-century army batteries and other vintage buildings.
- Each spacious one-bedroom condo has a log fireplace and private deck or patio; the bedroom unit is smaller but also features its own deck.
- After a day exploring the property’s 24 acres of parkland, you can soak under the stars in the outdoor jacuzzi or enjoy the indoor pool.
- The shops and restaurants of downtown Long Beach are only a mile away.
- Guests can have family picnics in the resort’s covered gazebo, which is equipped with charcoal barbecue grills and picnic tables.
Highlights of Long Beach, Washington
- Scenic Pacific coast: About 115 miles northwest of Portland, 28 miles of uninterrupted shoreline stretch across the Long Beach Peninsula.
- Dig for fresh razor clams, which locals enjoy battered and fried in butter. Check for government-approved dig dates.
- Flying high: The town is home to an annual kite festival as well as the World Kite Museum, the only museum in America dedicated to the art, history, and science of kite making.
- Local crop: Bright-red cranberry bogs line the coast from Oregon to British Columbia. At the Pacific Coast Cranberry Museum, you can learn about cranberry farming, arrange a bog tour, and sip tart cranberry tea.