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Moclips Apartment
1 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 6 1 6 No min stay
Apartment / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 6
1 bedrooms 1 bathroom Sleeps 6
Microwave • TV (Antenna) • TV (Cable/Satellite)
"Loved spending 3 nights at Ocean Dreams. It's proximity to the ocean was as close as one can get without being in danger of tides rolling into the apartment. I took MANY photos of the changing sky and enjoyed long walks on the shore. The apartment is ..."
- Jan DeLacy, Black Diamond, WA
(43) Excellent (43 reviews)
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Westport Condo
2 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 6 2 6 Min stay varies
Condo / 2 Bedrooms / Sleeps 6
2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Sleeps 6
High Speed Internet • Dishwasher • Microwave
"What a Beach. Sand from West port to Willapa Bay, Broad beach...endless walking. And few people. The finest stretch of beach on Washington coast! The accommodations of the condo were 1st rate ...comfortable easy living. The 3rd floor was a hike for..."
- Karl Rabel, Everett, WAshington
(10) Excellent (10 reviews)
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Moclips Home
3 BR / 2.5 BA / Sleeps 7 3 7 Min stay varies
Home / 3 Bedrooms / Sleeps 7
3 bedrooms 2.5 bathrooms Sleeps 7
High Speed Internet • Dishwasher • Microwave
"Beautiful location. Quiet beach days. Very much enjoyed my stay. Thank you"
- Dana Beagle, Auburn, Wa
(9) Excellent (9 reviews)
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Moclips Home
4 BR / 2.5 BA / Sleeps 11 4 11 Min stay varies
Home / 4 Bedrooms / Sleeps 11
4 bedrooms 2.5 bathrooms Sleeps 11
High Speed Internet • Dishwasher • Microwave
"Of the 11 or 12 rentals we have had at the ocean, this was without a doubt, the best place. Best equipped, best sleeping, best beds, best space, best and spacious kitchen, and absolutely family friendly. A beautiful home, close to beach, excellent..."
- Janice Gillikin, Spoken, WA, USA
(3) Excellent (3 reviews)
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Long Beach Cabin
3 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 8 3 8 Min stay varies
Cabin / 3 Bedrooms / Sleeps 8
3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Sleeps 8
Dishwasher • Microwave • Washer/Dryer
"We loved this fun in- town cabin. It was clean, homey, roomy, & close to everything! This is a great get a way vacation rental. The owner is great to deal with. We loved being able to have our dog along & there is a fenced little yard. The cabin..."
- Patricia Hutto, Everett WA
(17) Excellent (17 reviews)
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Long Beach Home
3 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 8 3 8 Min stay varies
Home / 3 Bedrooms / Sleeps 8
3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Sleeps 8
High Speed Internet • Dishwasher • Microwave
"Our experience at the VRBO the Swan just north of the town of Long Beach was awesome. Accommodations were just right for eight adults. Amenities of the home were better than expected, great layout of rooms, as well as beach and recreational access...."
- Susan Edwards Weissman, Seattle, WA USA
(26) Excellent (26 reviews)
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Moclips Home
1 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 24 1 24 No min stay
Home / 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 24
1 bedrooms 1 bathroom Sleeps 24
High Speed Internet • Dishwasher • Microwave
"We loved everything about this home. I wish the beach access had been a bit more pedestrian friendly, a personal preference. Really really enjoyed everything about this home. It was clean and well maintained, great views, great floor plans! Hope..."
- Bridget O'Boyle, Portland, OR
(7) Excellent (7 reviews)
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Moclips Home
3 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 10 3 10 No min stay
Home / 3 Bedrooms / Sleeps 10
3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Sleeps 10
High Speed Internet • Dishwasher • Microwave
"We checked in at the Moonstone Beach Motel just a few houses down from where we would be staying. The renter was ready for us with the keys and some tips about the house - very friendly! The property itself was beautiful - even more than we expected..."
- Broc Woodworth, Tacoma, WA USA
(3) Excellent (3 reviews)
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About Coast

From rugged coastline to dense forests to pristine lakes, the Washington Coast is a great destination for those who love adventure and exploration. With numerous Washington Coast vacation rentals along the way, you’ll never have a problem finding a comfortable place to stay. Here’s why you should add a trip to the Washington Coast to your bucket list.

Introduction to the Washington Coast

As one of the first inhabited areas in North America, the Washington Coast and larger Pacific Northwest region boast a history stretching back over 13,000 years. Today, the Washington Coast retains much of its original appeal, with rugged cliffs, green forests, and both sea and inland lakes. There’s no bad season to travel to the coast, and most visitors prefer the slightly warmer and drier seasons of spring, summer, and fall.

Transit Along the Washington Coast

If you opt to stay in an urban center like Seattle, you can take advantage of public transportation options like a light rail and a comprehensive bus system. To explore the coast to its fullest, though, plan to rent a car or drive your own. While a compact car may fit your needs, be sure it can accommodate any adventure, climbing, or camping gear you choose to pack.


At the northern end of the Washington Coast, Seattle is a logical place to start your coastal adventure. Be sure to partake in some of the capital city’s most loved attractions, like a trip to the top of the Space Needle and a visit to the Experience Music Project. Fuel up for the rest of your trip at Pike Place Market, which features products from dozens of local farmers, fishermen, and food producers.

Olympic National Park and Hoh Rain Forest

Nature lovers won’t want to miss Olympic National Park or Hoh Rain Forest, a unique and well-preserved area filled with an incomprehensible array of shades of green. Here you’ll find majestic old growth trees and extensive moss carpets, as well as both small ferns and gigantic spruce trees. Stop by the visitor’s center to learn about the long history of the rain forest, hike the various trails, and even ascend Mt. Olympus in the center of Hoh Rain Forest.

Long Beach Peninsula and Willapa Bay

Towards the southern end of the Washington Coast, Long Beach Peninsula features nearly 30 miles of hardy beaches. Whether you’re seeking solitude or company, this place offers a bit of both. You’ll find quiet spots on the beach, Washington Coast vacation rentals along the water, and a downtown boardwalk area with plenty of fun, touristy attractions.

Head just a few miles inland to Willapa Bay for one of the nation’s best oystering grounds. With activities ranging from hiking to photography to wildlife-viewing to shellfish harvesting, Willapa National Wildlife Refuge is a great stop for the family. Don’t forget to obtain a license before harvesting clams or oysters.

Cape Disappointment

At the very southern tip of Washington State, Cape Disappointment is an ideal yet unfortunately named place to end your coastal tour. Here you’ll find the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, which commemorates the explorers’ 1805 arrival at the Pacific Ocean, as well as Cape Disappointment State Park, which is well worth a visit. The park encompasses 2,000 acres of nearly untouched cliffs and beaches where contemporary explorers can hike, camp, and enjoy the sea breeze.

Sightseeing & Things to Do

Nature lovers will be in heaven in the Washington Coast because the area is filled with state parks, gorgeous beaches, rainforests, and more.
Rialto Beach, located near Forks, WA, is easily one of the most beautiful beaches of the coastal region. This easy-access beach offers gorgeous views of sea stacks (offshore islands), plenty of driftwood, and lots of wildlife. Ocean Shores is the perfect beach town for tourists of the Washington Coast. With its natural beauty, wildlife, parks, and annual clam digging events, this town is sure to have something for every member of the family. Hoh Rain Forest in Olympia National Park is a must-see for visitors who love nature. The park offers picnic areas, self-guided nature hikes, and ranger-led programs for kids and families. The Sol Duc Valley features gorgeous waterfalls, hot springs, and the 78 mile-long Sol Duc River. It is a shining example of untouched natural beauty.

Regional Foods & Dining

Seafood lovers will be right at home in the Pacific Northwest! Washington Coast visitors can experience some of the best tasting seafood in the country. Seafood is important to the economy of the region. Tons of cold-water seafood like Pacific salmon, crab, and oysters are caught and eaten each year. Because of this, the Washington Coast boasts some of the best seafood restaurants in the country. The Pacific Northwest is also known for its fresh, local produce – especially apples, berries, and mushrooms.

Weather & Climate

The climate in the Pacific Northwest is mild and does not usually experience hot or cold weather. Winters in the region are wet, followed by dry summers. Average rainfall tends to be upwards of 30 inches a year, with much higher numbers in the mountains. The area’s mild weather makes it ideal for tourism.

When to Visit

Washington Coast visitors will find a festival going on at almost any time of the year, especially the spring and fall. Rentals book up fast around festival dates, so be sure to reserve your dates online to save time. Here are a few local favorites: In August, the Washington State International Kite Festival comes to the Long Beach Peninsula. This is a great opportunity for locals and visitors to fly kites and sample lots of local food and crafts. Also in August, Westport in Grays Harbor hosts one of the area’s most historic events—the Annual Westport Seafood Festival & Craft Show. This event has been going strong for over sixty years! In April, the Olympic Birdfest takes place in Port Angeles. This event gives visitors a chance to view many local wild birds by taking field trips.

From cities to shorelines to forests, there’s plenty to see and explore in Washington. Whether you choose a single home base for your entire trip or you hop from place to place along the way, you’ll find plenty of Washington Coast vacation rentals to call home.