This 807-acre natural area, 3 miles north of Oysterville, is a kind of buffer between the straggling developments of Long Beach Peninsula and a section of the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge on the northernmost tip…
Picture-perfect old church dating from 1892. Pick up a walking-tour brochure here during the summer months.
Near Clay St, this building (built 1863) is the oldest one still standing in Oysterville's historic district. It served as the first Pacific County courthouse.
This beautiful red house (built 1871) was the original home of Oysterville cofounder RH Espy. It's now a private residence.