Ocean
Cliff
House
Located North of Ocean Shores in Moclips,
Washington - a 2 1/2 Hour Drive from Seattle.
MOCLIPS
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  Whole
House
Upstairs
Downstairs
Summer and
Holidays
$495
$295
$250
Off-season
$395
$225
$205
Cleaning Fee
$175
$95
$80
Lodging Tax
11.3%
11.3%
11.3%
10% discount for 6 or more nights.
2 night minimum stay, 3 nights holidays.
Sorry no pets.  No smoking.
See Location:
2 1/2 hours
from Seattle
to Moclips
Pick a theme:
Two Acre Cliffside Site with Marvellous Ocean View.
Deluxe 2 and 3 Bedroom Units with Beautiful Kitchens,
Marble and Tile Finish, Master Suites with King Bed.
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TOP ATTRACTIONS
Lake Quinault - Rent a boat, dine at
the Lodge, drive around the lake,
drive to mountain viewpoint (Higley
Peak), several short hikes: rain
forest, ancient cedar tree, historic
homestead, moss-draped maple
grove, giant spruce tree. [30 minute
drive one way]

Copalis Rock - Isolated seastack rock
reached by 4 mile walk or drive down
the beach. Nearby is the Copalis State
Airport, where planes land right on
the beach. [10 minutes]

Kalaloch Coastline - Spectacular Ruby
Beach, massive driftwood piles,
tree-lined cliffs, miles of empty
beach. [1 1/2 hours]


Hoh Rain Forest - Astonishing moss
covered trees, beautiful drive along
Hoh River, bring an umbrella [2 1/4
hours]


Quinault Beach Resort - busy casino
and restaurants [20 minutes]





Ocean Shores - large beach
community with several activities:
rent electric boat on Duck Lake, ride
horses, rent beach buggies, drive
your car on the beach, fly kites, sand
castles, many summer festivals,
shopping [20 minutes]

Seabrook - Stroll through
picture-perfect resort community [2
minutes]


Westport - Catch a boat tour for
whalewatching, ocean fishing,
ocean-going seabird watching, or a
harbor tour. Historic lighthouse is
tallest in Washington state. Many fine
beaches with hills of sand for kids to
play on. [1 hour]

Grays Harbor YMCA - Great facility
with indoor waterpark, lap pool,
racquetball, basketball, and
weightlifting. One day pass is $15 per
family. [30 minutes]

Razor Clam Digging - on restricted
dates as designated by the
Department of Ecology.
Lake Quinault from July Creek on the north shore
Fresnell lens from the Destruction Island lighthouse
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