Dig into the Fall Bounty on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula

The Pacific Ocean, Columbia River, Willapa Bay and surrounding tributaries make Washington’s southwestern corner a national fishing and foraging hot spot. Pack up the whole family and forage for your own food while you take part in this timeless Pacific northwest tradition – razor clam digging. Razor clams are delicious and fun to dig for. If you’ve never been clamming before, learn more here.

Local Tip: Want to avoid crowds and get the best rates? Consider an off-peak dig Sun-Thurs. Check out Places to Stay where you can find all lodging options.

While it is important to know that Long Beach Peninsula (LBP) is a “MaskUp” community, clamming is a Covid-smart activity that is outdoors and dispersed by nature. If clam digging isn’t your jam, sample the full bounty of foraged goods. Dine at local restaurants serving up seasonal mushroom dishes, pick blueberries at a U-Pick farm, or watch farmers harvest fresh cranberries from the bog and even take some home for yourself.

Clam Digging is no doubt a crowd favorite, but the peninsula and Pacific County offer endless activities for all ages. Keep exploring beyond downtown Long Beach to discover great hiking, art galleries, history, lighthouses and so much more. The LBP is your “oyster”.

 

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