Guests at Ocean Shores hotels often come for business, but stay for the area's natural beauty. The peninsula of Ocean Shores was once a trading post for the Quinault Indian Nation. Entertainer Pat Boone has produced golf tournaments near hotels in Ocean Shores since the 1960s. Travelers seeking budget accommodations at an Ocean Shores hotel will appreciate the Days Inn, while Victorian suites attract guests at the Judith Ann Inn, an upscale Ocean Shores hotel.
Events like the Razor Clam Festival, Grays Harbor County Expo and Celtic Music Festival take place at the Oceans Shores Convention Center, which is conveniently located near Ocean Shores hotels.
Business people staying at hotels in Ocean Shores wash down Irish soda bread and chicken pasties with pints of Guinness at Galway Bay Irish Pub, while seafood connoisseurs savor Our Place's local clam chowder and Viet Hoa'smu shuprawns. The Quinault Beach Resort & Casino runs a free hotel shuttle and serves the best-priced breakfast buffet on weekends.
Oyehut Wildlife Recreation Area is an enchanting experience for any nature lover staying in Ocean Shores. Here there are tidal flats to splash in, rare species to admire and ideal spots for picnics.
Fusions Gallery presents the innovative works of almost 100 visual artists, alongside the professional photography of owner Stuart May. At Fusions visitors can purchase candles, jewelry, pottery, textiles and more.
Visitors at any Ocean Shores hotel can rise and shine to kayak, ride horses and hike the three local rain forests.
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