The Surfside Inn, on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula, is in the middle of the action. The 28-mile beach is a thoroughfare of fun and adventure. The Pacific Ocean and the Columbia River, which courses into it, put on dramatic shows of wind and wave. Sunsets are beautiful - a genuine pleasure to watch. The peninsula has a fascinating past dating back to the early days of western exploration in the United Sates. In present days, it is a vacation paradise. Its tomorrows are as limitless as the imagination of those who come to enjoy this ever-changing playground. Enough recreational opportunities are available at the Surfside Inn to fill a vacation with great ease. An attractive indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi for relaxing are located near the front entrance to the resort. The beach is a short walk and ideal for sand sports or merely relaxing. The Long Beach Peninsula is a playground to thrill folks of all ages. Seasonal events such as the annual Garlic Festival, Cranberrian Festival, The World's Longest Beach Run, Kite Festival, sand sculpture contests and musical festivals are the icing on the cake! The regular fare includes fishing, golf, tennis, shopping in unique stores, running, bicycling, horseback riding, hiking, softball, picnicking, volleyball, kite flying, canoeing, kayaking, clam digging and much, much more! At the southern end of the peninsula are Fort Canby State Park with two lighthouses, and the nearby town of Ilwaco with its 1,000 slips. Nearby is the Lewis and Clark Museum which recounts the western pioneering of the United States.
Another timeshare vacation opportunity is The Nautilus. The Nautilus is an oceanfront resort in Ocean Shores, Washington. Enjoy fishing just steps from your door. For water sports, there is boating, windsurfing and waterskiing. Golf and horseback riding facilities are nearby.