Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA

457 Bay Center Road

Bay Center, WA 98527

Reserve: 800-562-7810

Info: 360-875-6344

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Local Area Attractions

Annual Loyalty Days - May Photo

Annual Loyalty Days - May

May 2nd-4th. Activities get started Sat 3rd with the kids parade at noon in Ilwaco. Followed by an oyster feed at the Long Beach Elks club. Sun 4th from 7am - 11am Cowboy Breakfast at the Peninsula Saddle club followed by the parade at 1pm in Long Beach.

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World's Longest Garage Sale - May Photo

World's Longest Garage Sale - May

28-miles of garage sales! (Memorial Day Weekend). Grab a copy of the Chinook Observer newspaper, or just follow the signs. There are so many sales, you can practically walk from one to the next, up and down the Long Beach Peninsula.

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Annual NW Garlic Festival - June Photo

Annual NW Garlic Festival - June

June 14-15, 2014. In the land of clams, crab & oysters what are folks looking forward to in June? Garlic and Plenty of it! Garlic food and condiments, garlic games, garlic crafts, live entertainment and the Clove Brothers, all in Ocean Park.

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Doggie Olympic Games Photo

Doggie Olympic Games

June 27-28, 2014 .Fun for dogs of all ages, sizes, shapes and abilities. Let your pup compete in Dunking for Dogs, Peanut Butter Lick, Shedding Contest and more. Some contests involve participation of handler. (35 minutes from the campground)

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Independence Day Fireworks on the Beach Photo

Independence Day Fireworks on the Beach

July 4, 2014 Fireworks explode over the ocean on the beach approach off of Bolstad Ave. in Long Beach

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Golf Photo


You'll find great golf at Raymond and Long Beach.

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Antique Shops Photo

Antique Shops

Antique shops located in nearby towns.

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Fishing Photo


Rake for Fresh Steamer Clams on the beach from our private six-acre clam beds daily! Rent a Rake and a bucket for minimal cost. (LICENSE REQUIRED but not available from us.) Fish the Deep-sea or neighboring rivers and streams.

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Canoeing or Kayaking Photo

Canoeing or Kayaking

You can canoe or kayak on the bay and the Palix, Bone and Niawiakum Rivers. Bring your own boat.

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Birdwatching Photo


A variety of residents and migratory waterfowl feed in the wetlands of Willapa Bay. The Bay's tide lands are an important rest stop for waterfowl and shorebirds that follow the major north-south migration route known as the Pacific Flyway. There is also a vast diversity of songbirds that reside in the area.

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