The City of Ocean Shores has approximately 7,000+ full-time residents and is heavily populated by tourists year round. The spring and summer months are the peak season with 15,000 to 30,000 visitors per day. The average age of residents is 57 years old.

Ocean Shores is a peninsula that is 6.6 miles long and 3 miles wide. The west part of the peninsula borders the Pacific Ocean and the east “bay side” borders Grays Harbor. Ocean Shores has 23 miles of fresh waterways, lakes and canals. Source: OSFD

Ocean Shores is a small coastal city in Washington State. It’s known for its long Pacific beach and network of navigable lakes and waterways. Just north, the shore pine trees and dunes of Ocean City State Park are a haven for migratory birds. South, Oyhut Wildlife Recreation Area and Damon Point are nesting sites for snowy plovers. The North Jetty has views of the city of Westport, across Grays Harbor to the south.  Source: Google

This is the place to visit. What could be better than this – lodging, shops, restaurants and activities. Here is where you can find out about all the news and fun going on in the North Beaches of Washington State, including the towns of Ocean Shores, Ocean City, Copalis Beach, Pacific Beach, Seabrook, Moclips and Taholah. We want you to come visit, have fun and enjoy our wonderful area. You can trust the businesses listed on this website because they welcome visitors and make them feel at home. Source: Ocean Shores Tourism