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Fun Things in Pacific Beach

Fun Things in Pacific Beach

Sue’s Treasure Trove

Sue’s Treasure Trove is literally just that! From jewelry to art, clothing to crystal, you’ll find treasures galore in this Main Street shop in Pacific Beach. Sue’s Treasure Trove is open 9 am-4 pm daily in the summer.


The Wacky Warehouse

Located on Main Street Pacific Beach
The Wacky Warehouse opened its doors 20 years ago, today it’s a must stop on your visit to Pacific Beach. You would be hard pressed to find a better collection of repurposed and used value items and even new tools at unbelievable prices. Spending hours here is easy and you can even sing along with music from local artist. It’s a local hang out for great music.

KXPB-LP 898.1 FM

Located on Main Street Pacific Beach
WKRP in Cincinnati had nothing on this radio station located inside the Wacky Warehouse Pacific Beach WA. This is by far the best FM radio mix of music on the whole Washington coast. When I say mix that’s a understatement as the locals take turns even Mr. Wacky owner and unofficial mayor of Pacific Beach takes a turn broadcasting music from this “a best unexpected discovered radio station” on the coast. They may look small but don’t let that fool you as they are broadcasting over the internet world wide and the local airwaves. The group of DJ’s are as colorful as any you have ever heard on the air. You can stop by and yes, “even you” can get on the air, soooooo much fun. While you are there pick up a copy of the The Wacky World Reporter newsletter. Shining the bright light of speculative rumor on the events of Main Street Pacific Beach WA. “Byeline of the newsletter”.

Pacific Beach State Park

Located just 3 short blocks from Main Street, Pacific Beach.
Washington State Parks and Recreation
Superb beach access. Inhale the salt sea air and listen to the Pacific Ocean as it crashes on the shore by your side. Help the kids build sand castles, go fishing or dig for clams in season. This small camping park located in Pacific Beach features 2 yurts, waterfront tent sites, coin operated showers and RV hookups. Located just 3 short blocks from Main Street.

Additional Services / Location

Surf House Coffee (Seattle’s Best) – Located on First Street

Seagate Lounge/Restaurant – Best Pizza Located on HWY 109 1 mile North of town

Ocean Crest Health Club – Located on HWY 109 1.2 miles North of town

You & I Grocery/Teriyaki take out/ Gas/Propane – Located on Main Street

Short drive from Pacific Beach

Moclips, WA – Town
North Beach area of coastal Washington state, you’ll find the small town of Moclips, home of the zany Kelper’s Parade and celebration. Camp at Pacific Beach State Park, hike, sea kayak, dig for clams in the season, surf, and fish.

Ocean Shores – Town
Those who beach comb will not only find seashells and ocean creatures but a vast array of family-friendly activities on the beaches of Ocean Shores. With more than six miles of wide, public sandy beaches, families can enter sandcastle competitions, dig for clams or fly kites as high as the sky. Visitors even travel from all over to enter the annual stunt kite challenge in June, where they also participate in free flying lessons.

Quinault Beach Resort & Casino | Ocean Shores Hotel & Casino
RESORT & HOTEL. Located on the beach at Ocean Shores, the Quinault Beach Resort Surrounded by the majestic Pacific Ocean and nestled amidst over 200 acres of protected wetlands, this resort offers views of  unparalleled natural beauty from virtually every window.

Lake Quinault
A lake on the Olympic Peninsula in western Washington state. It is located in the glacial carved Quinault Valley of the Quinault River, at the southern edge of Olympic National Park in the northwestern United States. The community is centered around Lake Quinault and surrounded by temperate rain forest. Take a drive around the lake to view beautiful waterfalls.

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