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Take a staycation to Grays Harbor County, a well-kept secret here in the Pacific Northwest that has plenty to do and see!
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Grays Harbor County is the perfect place for your next getaway

If you're looking for a quick getaway, Grays Harbor County offers unforgettable experiences that you can't get anywhere else in the Northwest. Spectacular beaches, the Quinault Rain Forest, the resort community of Seabrook, and amazing restaurants and breweries in the port cities of Hoquiam and Aberdeen are all just a short drive away.

Grays Harbor is quickly becoming one of the top family destinations in the Northwest, with adventure at every corner. With over 2,200 square miles of magnificence, Grays Harbor County is the ideal spot for a staycation or even just a quick, fun outing.

With activities to enjoy year-round, there's always something to hunt, fish, or catch in this community. Storm-watching and clam-digging in the winter are unforgettable experiences, or you might want to enjoy a warm sunny afternoon of beach-combing in the summer. You'll also find sport-fishing charters out of Westport and a spectacular International Mermaid Museum where you can learn all about ocean ecology!

It's also an ideal surfing spot with waves for all skill levels. There aren't many places where you can surf some amazing waves and do it all with a view of the majestic Olympic Mountains. You might even see some whales or a porpoise!

Maybe family-friendly bike trails are more your speed. Bring your own bike or rent one and you're ready to explore more than 160 acres of trails.

The food scene in Hoquiam and Aberdeen is really booming with amazing restaurants featuring local seafood. You can also pop over and explore the Rain Forest or the historic Lake Quinault Lodge for lunch or dinner. Whether it's brunch or a fine-dining experience, Grays Harbor has it all!

If you're looking for food, fun, and an unforgettable experience, Grays Harbor County is calling your name. It's the best-kept secret in Washington, and it's time to let that secret out! It's a truly magical place to visit.

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