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See the Beautiful Long Beach Peninsula on Washington State’s Pacific Coast and Experience our Legendary Hospitality!

Open year-round with a friendly, courteous and fun staff to help you, Andersens Oceanside RV Park and Cottages has been family-owned and operated since 1969.  Our Award Wining  Private 5 acre waterfront property has the closest access to the beach of any RV park on the peninsula!

andersens rv park long beach waBIG RIGS are Welcome  with 50/30/20 Amp power, water, sewer,  High speed WI-FI and picnic table at level sites.  Great Cell (verizon best) Antenna and Satellite reception.  Basic store.  Fire pits and wood available (ask about reserving our Bonfire/S’mores Special delivered to your site!) Pet friendly ~outside hot wash and fenced dog park.  Playground, Laundry, fish and clam cleaning room, book nook and more.

LOCATED:  Just 5 miles North of the 101 at 103/ pacific way.   Only 3 1/2 miles from downtown Long Beach, Washington.  Easy 2 blocks from Cranberry Road/ beach approach. We are quietly situated among  forest, dunes and coastline ~ central to the entire peninsula.   We are conveniently located on the bus line for an inexpensive trip to any town if you prefer not to tow a vehicle.


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ATTRACTIONS:  View The end of the mighty Columbia River meeting the Pacific Ocean. Lighthouses, museums, art galleries, Interpretive centers, historical sites, farm and artisan markets, theaters, arcades, go-carts, shopping, antiquing, live music, outdoor concerts, and more.

AREAS OF INTEREST:  Dunes Trail ,  Discovery Trail,  Leadbetter State Park, Cape Disappointment State Park, Loomis Lake, Black lake,  Fort Columbia State Park, Willapa Bay National Wildlife Refuge,   Towns of:  Surfside, Oysterville, Nahcotta, Ocean Park, Klipsan Beach, Long Beach, Seaview, (Port of) Ilwaco.

RECREATION:  beach walking, bicycling, hiking, horseback riding, golfing, beach combing, kite flying, lake and ocean surf fishing, deep sea charter fishing (seasonal), clamming and crabbing (seasonal), driving on the beach,  touring historic neighborhoods,  canoeing and paddle boarding,  Wildlife Viewing and photography,

DINING:  Long Beach Peninsula has more outstanding restaurants with gourmet cuisine than any other rural community in Washington.  Although you can get most anything you want on a plate somewhere- Locally grown and freshly harvested produce and wild seafood is served proudly at many of the award winning establishments of the area- Oysters anyone?

EVENTS:  Razor Clam Festival, Loyalty Parade,  Waikiki Beach Summer Concert Series,  Fireworks -4th of July- Parade, Sandsations, NPRA Rodeo, Jakes Birthday, Jazz and oysters, Washington State International Kite Festival,  Rod Run to the End of the World, Blues and Seafood, Wild Mushroom Celebration,  Cranberrian Fair, Water Music Fest, Holidays at the Beach, Fireworks for New Years… just to name a few.

PROXIMITY:  Along the famous coastal route 101, Andersens Oceanside in Long Beach is worth the trip ~As its own destination or a great base camp for all South West Washington and North Oregon  coastal exploration.


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