Located North of Ocean Shores in Moclips,
Washington - a 2 1/2 Hour Drive from Seattle.
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.
Wildlife in Grays Harbor County
You may encounter lots of animals in Grays Harbor County: deer, eagles,
sandpipers and other shorebirds, sea lions, seals, ducks, otters, seagulls,
pelicans, great blue heron, butterflies, starfish, and anemones.
THE NORTH BEACH (Copalis, Pacific Beach, Moclips)
There's always something interesting to see on Sunset Beach below the Moclips
Ocean Cliff House: sand dollar shells, sandpiper birds, seagulls, crabs, clam
shells, seaweed, and driftwood. The sunsets are awesome.
Eagles live in the cliffs above the beach at Copalis and Pacific Beach. You may
see them scavenging a dead seal or sea lion that has washed up on the beach.
At an extreme low tide you can walk out and touch Copalis Rock. The bottom 10
feet of the rock are covered in big purple and orange starfish, mussel shells,
QUINAULT INDIAN NATION
Guides are available on the Quinault Nation to fish for salmon on the Quinault
At the Quinault National Fish Hatchery on the Moclips Highway, you can see
salmon hatchlings year round and hatchery personnel will take you on a tour.
They describe the processing of the fish and sightings of bears attracted by the
fish. From October to the spring, the adult salmon return to the hatchery. On
Wednesday mornings salmon carcasses are given out for free.
The Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge near Hoquiam with its mile long
Sandpiper Trail boardwalk gives access to the mudflats of Grays Harbor for
birdwatching. In late April through early May, thousands of shorebirds of 16
species feed on the mudflats. They are migrating from Mexico to Alaska.
Rent a comfortable, modern electric-powered boat from the Ocean Shores
Electric Boat Company on the south end of Ocean Shore's Grand Canal. The
boats can be enclosed and heated against cold weather. Explore the canals and
Duck Lake, where saw blue heron and seagulls. Deer swim to the islands in the
middle of Duck Lake to give birth to their foals in safety.
Birds and seals can be seen at the southern end of Ocean Shores from the North
Jetty or Damon Point State Park. We saw the cutest baby seal at this park,
lounging on a rock by the shore, waiting for its mother.
Westport Seabirds will take you 35 miles out to sea due west of the Grays Harbor
mouth to see ocean-going seabirds: albatross, skuas, petrels, etc.
In March through May, Pacific Grey whales migrate towards the Arctic. The
mothers and babies pass by in May. You can catch a whalewatching boat out of
10% discount for 6 or more nights.
2 night minimum stay, 3 nights holidays.
Sorry no pets. No smoking.
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