Ocean Park, WA. It might be a drive from anywhere but when you get here, you can find some wonderful gems.
Ocean Park is packed full of history not to mention our neighbor, Historic Oysterville.
Yes, we are at the end of the Long Beach Peninsula, an hour from Astoria, Or. but you will find plenty of treasures.
I personally settled here in Ocean Park this past year. I love the peace and quiet not to mention the beauty. I have discovered there are many wonderful and talented artists on our Peninsula which I find refreshing. I too am a local artist transplanted from Southern California. I have my hand-painted Hula Pua Flowers for sale at the local Antique and craft mall, Forgotten Treasures on Bay Ave.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE LOCAL TALENT AS WELL AS
THE OCEAN PARK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
A nice place to visit or call home.
Forgotten Treasures http://forgottentreasuresmall.com/
Bay St Gallery http://bayavenuegallery.com/
Wiegardt Gallery http://ericwiegardt.com/
Weir Studios http://www.weirstudios.com/
Adalaides Coffee House and Yarn shop https://adelaidessweetshoppe.wordpress.com/menu/
Ocean Park Chamber of Commerce http://opwa.com/