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Pacific County | Region 6 Information

Marine Area 2-1 (Willapa Bay)
SHOW DESCRIPTION ↓

LONG ISLAND NORTHWEST (DIAMOND POINT)
600160

SHELLFISH TYPES & OPENINGS/CLOSURES

Clams and oysters open year-round


HARVEST PROFILE

Boat Access Only. Located on the northwest tip of Long Island, from mean high water out to the eastern boundary of Long Island Oyster Reserve. Harvest is allowed west on reserve tidelands to mean lower low water between reserve monuments 39, 40, and 41.

Pacific oysters, Manila clams and cockles can be found here.

DIRECTION TO SITE

PARKING INFORMATION

FACILITIES

Camping is permitted on Long Island. There are five campgrounds containing a total of 24 campsites. Call the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, (360) 484-3482, to inquire about campsite availability prior to your trip.

Sanitary Facilities: Vault toilets are available at each campground. A public restroom is also located across the highway from the Refuge boat launch.

Nearest boat launch is located at Willapa Bay Wildlife Refuge or Port of Peninsula.

FUN FACTS/OTHER INFORMATION
For additional information call WDFW Region 6 headquarters (360) 249-4628 or Pacific County Department of Community Development (360) 875-9356.

Beach information last updated: July 25, 2016 @ 2:45pm