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12 Things to Do in Seabrook from Lounging at the Beach to Kayaking

12 Things to Do in Seabrook from Lounging at the Beach to Kayaking

Post created April 29, 2023

Seabrook, Washington, is a small beach town on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, established in 2004. With its stunning views and endless activities to discover, it’s no wonder why Seabrook has become a popular destination for visitors and locals alike.

There is plenty of fun and relaxing things to do in this small beach town, from beachside picnics and exploring the tide pools to exploring Seabrook’s wine collection. So, get ready for an unforgettable experience in Seabrook with our 12 favorite activities you can do while visiting Seabrook.

1. Lounging At A Beach

Seabrook offers the perfect setting for a relaxing day at Pacific Beach. This large beach is walking distance from Seabrook and has stunning coastline views wherever you look.

To reach the beach, you can either descend a staircase from the small cliff Seabrook sits atop or take the popular Gnome Trail if you stay nearby. The trail features a relatively flat path, with only a slightly steep section at the beginning, and offers the chance to spot gnome houses along the way.

The spacious and uncrowded Pacific Beach is ideal for a day filled with leisure and fun. Many of the cottage rentals in Seabrook provide beach essentials like chairs, toys, umbrellas, and towels, so you don’t have to worry about packing them.

2. Enjoying Dessert

During the time I was in Seabrook, I visited a sweet shop called Sweet Life in Seabrook. This delightful little shops offers small batches of local ice cream and an impressive selection of candy that will surely take you on a trip down memory lane.

Kids just love this place. Sweet Life is a nostalgic gem that offers a unique and memorable experience. If you find yourself in Seabrook, be sure to stop by with your kids and enjoy some delicious treats!

3. Visit A Playground With Your Kids

Seabrook has an impressive playground near the Farm District. This large playground offers a variety of fun features like a zipline, slides, and swings that your kids can have fun on.

But the fun doesn’t stop there! Seabrook also offers an indoor pool, several other playgrounds, pickleball, tennis courts, shuffleboard, a horseshoe toss, and even basketball. 

Personally, I really like basketball because it reminds me of good times playing with friends on the courts. The game is exciting and fun to play with others. There are so many activities to choose from, so everyone can find something they like to do. 

4. Roast Marshmallows In a Fire Pit

Marshmallow pair roasting on a small fire after nightfall (Image Credit: iStock / gsagi)

Roasting marshmallows is a must-do when visiting Seabrook. The town’s warm and inviting atmosphere is perfect for enjoying roasted marshmallows or smoars. 

Many vacation rentals in Seabrook come with fire pits in their backyards. However, if your rental doesn’t have one, don’t worry. There are several fire pits scattered throughout the town for everyone to enjoy. Additionally, wood storage can be bought at local markets easily.

To ensure you have everything you need for a cozy evening by the fire, you can pick up marshmallows, graham crackers, and chocolate, along with kindling and lighters, at Front Street Market.

5. Visit Front Street Market

Front is a fantastic little store in Seabrook. It’s the perfect place to pick up any odds and ends you might need during your trip. 

The market has pretty much everything you need. You’ll find what you’re looking for without any hassle. What sets Front Street Market apart is their delivery service. They’ll bring your groceries to your rental and unpack them for you before you arrive. 

Front Street Market is an excellent way to stock up on essentials during your stay in Seabrook. You’ll have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable vacation.

6. Ride a Horse

Trail riders on horseback (Image Credit: iStock / James_Gabbert)

Seabrook, WA, is home to a charming little farm that’s perfect for a fun day with your family. This farm offers horseback riding experiences and summer camps for kids, giving everyone a chance to connect with these magnificent animals and enjoy the countryside.

If you haven’t done horse riding before, then this will be a memorable experience for everyone (in a good way).

7. Eat World-class Pizza

Delicious Pizza (Image Credit: iStock / visualgiga)

Whenever I’m on vacation, I allow myself to enjoy delicious pizza and kick back. In Seabrook, Frontager’s Pizza is the go-to spot for delicious, brick-oven-style pizza made with fresh, local ingredients.

My top three menu recommendations at Frontager’s Pizza are:

  1. Margherita
  2. Prosciutto and Arugula
  3. Veggie Delight

You can enjoy your pizza in their cozy restaurant environment or order it for pick-up. If you choose to dine in, be sure to enjoy their fantastic selection of wine and microbrews to complement your meal.

8. Relax At A Spa

At Seabrook, one of the best ways to unwind is by treating yourself to a calming massage at Spa Elizabeth, located in downtown Seabrook. 

This peaceful spa offers a welcoming and cozy seating area for guests to relax before their treatments. With expert therapists, my massage was an incredible experience, as they focused on areas I never knew needed attention. This released up a lot of built-up tension.

Spa Elizabeth provides a customized experience with appointments available for all treatments. They offer a variety of services, including traditional and specialty massage therapy, body fusions, scrubs, and wraps, as well as organic and oxygen facials for skin care.

9. Kayaking Through A River

One of the most unique experiences I had in Seabrook was exploring the Ghost Forest on the Copalis River estuary, just a 15-minute drive away. Ghost forests are created when the sea level rises and engulf the vegetation, leaving behind all the dead trees. 

You can access the Ghost Forest by kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding from Copalis Beach. Many shop offers rental equipment and even guided tours if you’re interested in learning more about the area’s history.

Kayaking through the Ghost Forest near Seabrook is a truly fun experience. With its haunting beauty and intriguing history, it’s definitely worth adding to your list of must-visit spots during your trip to Seabrook, WA.

10. Biking Around The Town

Biking (Image credit: iStock / PeopleImages)

One of my favorite ways to explore Seabrook was biking around the neighborhood. It’s such a safe and friendly area that you’ll often see kids happily riding their bikes without adult supervision. 

Many rental cottages in Seabrook come with bikes, making it easy to hop on and explore the streets. If you don’t have a bike or need more, you can also rent a bike or maybe a scooter from downtown Seabrook and enjoy the charming environment.

Biking around Seabrook is a fantastic way to discover the town’s charm and beauty. With safe streets and easy access to bikes, it’s a must-do activity for families and visitors of all ages.

11. Razor Clam Digging

Digging for razor clams at sunset ( Image Credit: Shutterstock / The Old Major)

If you’re visiting Seabrook during the fall or winter months, you can try your hand at razor clam digging! This fun and rewarding activity allows you to make your own dinner along the shores of Seabrook.

You can easily obtain a razor clam digging license in downtown Seabrook and rent all the necessary equipment for a day of clamming. With everything you need readily available, you’ll be all set to venture out and discover the joys of foraging for these tasty shellfish.

12. Find Glass Fishing Floats

Japanese glass ball fishing floats (Image Credit: iStock / LynGianni)

A lesser-known winter beach activity in the Pacific Northwest is searching for Japanese glass fishing floats. The best time to find glass floats along the Washington Coast, based on tides and weather patterns, is between December and May. 

These beautiful glass fishing floats are considered collector’s items. Adventurous people monitor tide patterns and head to the beach after high tide, even in the middle of the night. The most successful treasure hunts often occur after a storm has stirred up the Pacific Ocean.

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Hi, I'm Ashleigh! Welcome to Seattle Travel, my little piece of beautiful PNW. This is home and I'm here to share all my experiences so visitors and locals alike can find the best experiences this part of the country has to offer. I started Seattle Travel in 2012 as a way to journal my experiences and over the years have been encouraged by family and friends to open up my adventures to everyone. I actively seek out the best food, activities, and day trips and give you a local perspective.  The Pacific Northwest is one of the most beautiful areas in the world and my goal is to let you explore it to the fullest. 

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