2215 Willows Rd.
Ranger Station: (360) 642-3091
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
Located along the Pacific Ocean on the Long Beach Peninsula, this 22-acre preserve stands guard at the southwestern-most point of Washington state. Here you’ll find salmon for the fisherman, surf and sand for the beachcomber, and lush forests for the nature lover. And for the history enthusiast, the towns of Chinook, Ilwaco and Seaview have magnificently restored homes and maritime museums.
Campsites: 120 full hookups, 20 overflow sites, many great areas for tenting.
Rentals: 5 trailers.
Basketball court, family center, fish cleaning stations, horseshoe pits, hot tub, laundry facilities, nature trails, ocean frontage, picnic area, playground, pool table, swimming pool, volleyball court, Wi-Fi access.
Points of Interest
GPS Coordinates: N 46° 19' 8.98" W 124° 3' 31.05"; elevation is 30 feet.
From Aberdeen: Take Hwy. 101 south, passing through Raymond and South Bend, continue to the stop sign. Turn right, staying on Hwy. 101. Continue to the flashing light in Seaview. Turn left. Go approximately 1/2 mile to 30th St. and turn right. 30th St. curves and turns into Willows Road. Follow the s-turns to the preserve.
From Oregon: Cross the Columbia River on Hwy. 101 north to Ilwaco. Go through Chinook. In Ilwaco, turn right at the stoplight onto First Ave/101. Follow 101 north to 30th St., approximately one mile. Turn left on 30th St. and follow as it turns into Willows Road. Follow the s-turns to the preserve.
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