With four miles of beach walking and water on three sides, Damon Point is one of the best places to hike and view wildlife in the North Beach area of Washington's Pacific Coast.
The seaside village of Oyhut Bay is directly adjacent to the state-owned Oyhut Wildlife Recreation Area. This 683-acre reserve is set aside for wildlife and recreation activities like hunting and birdwatching, and is one of the premier birdwatching areas in the state.
Duck Lake offers fishing for stocked Rainbow Trout, with some nice carryovers available. Jumbo Rainbow Trout reared through a cooperative project with Lower Chehalis Basin Task Force and WDFW that average 4-6 pounds each are also planted in the lake.
Ocean Shores Golf Course
As one of the Pacific Northwest’s Most Unique Golf Settings, Ocean Shores Golf Course is a challenging, yet fun-to-play course. Par for the course is 71. Don’t be fooled by the modest 6,252 yardage of Ocean Shores Golf Course since the heavy ocean air, and moderate trade winds make it play much longer.
Ocean Shores Community Club
The Ocean Shores Community Club was established in 1960 to provide recreational facilities for the benefit and enjoyment of its members. Clubhouse amenities include a beautiful bay view, indoor heated swimming pool, saunas, spa, changing rooms with showers and lockers, gymnasium, fitness center, meeting room, reading room, outside deck and play areas, game room and a cafe with free wireless Internet service. Guests of The Siren receive complimentary access with their stay.
From bird watching to fishing, to golfing. Ocean Shores has attractions for all ages to enjoy. Click on each photo for more info.
Beach Horseback Rides
On horseback, you can view nature at its finest, enjoying a different side of Washington's beauty. Expert guides will point out the area's wildlife—from seabirds to whales, and everything in between. This one-of-a-kind experience makes a perfect family outing as well as a romantic date activity.
Ocean Shores Interpretive Center
The Mission of the Coastal Interpretive Center is to educate the public concerning natural and man-made environments through presentation of the history and ecology of Washington State's coastal life.
Rent a moped and head down to the beach to do some sightseeing.
Also available for hourly rental are berg bikes, 2- and 4-peddler surreys, banana bikes, and beach cruiser bikes.
Explore over ten miles of open beaches!
Go where no vehicle has been.
Since the bikes are not classified as motor vehicles, no inch of sand is off limits! (Even in the summer months.)
Ocean Shores canals & waterways are beautiful! You'll have to come see for yourself. For the early riser who craves that first watch cruise, or the adventurer who wants to put a creative spin on the “breakfast date,” the Early Voyager package is perfect.
One of the best places in Washington to catch some waves. The North Jetty is a local favorite and provides public access. You can walk up and down the beach from there. Get more info from the local surf shop about surf spots and good breaks.