Things to do in Seabrook this Spring.
The vibrant town of Seabrook is a sustainable haven for full time residents, vacationers, and day trippers - a walkable urban oasis seamlessly woven into nature on the Washington Coast. Home to 18 parks, an event space, boutique spa, fitness center, hundreds of acres of mountain bike and hiking trails, central amphitheater, sports and pickle ball courts, indoor pool and more, it’s an ideal getaway for all ages.
More than 275 vacation homes of all sizes are available to rent - from beachfront to the bustling town center, and the serene farm district. Guests will find everything from small cabins and cottages that sleep two, to homes suitable for up to 22. They vary in size and style, and include amenities such as private hot tubs, pet friendly lodging, fire pits, extended outdoor spaces, EV charging stations, and outdoor showers.
February 17 - 24
Activities are plentiful for guests visiting over mid-winter break. Tie dye a shirt for the 3K fun run, or head to the indoor pool for a night of glow sticks and cannonballs. There will be a cornhole tournament, kickball in Crescent Park, and plenty of firewood provided for evening s’mores around community firepits.
February - May
With remote work being a popular option for employees across several industries, many vacation homes are well equipped for those that want to “work from the beach”. Approachable weekday pricing and homes boasting high speed internet, desks, charging stations, and second monitors make it easy to take a break from every day “office” surroundings.
March 20 – April 16
Seabrook’s annual spring break celebration brings a full four weeks of daily activities ranging from magic shows and theater workshops to boat making classes, scavenger hunts, and Field Day events. Visitors can bring bikes from home for riding through town or hitting the mountain bike trails, or rent fat tire bikes from Bucks Northwest, specifically engineered to ride on the beach and in shallow waves.
Seabrook is home to some of the state’s most celebrated restaurants, as well as an expansive wine bar, a juice and salad bar, and a classic ice cream and candy shop. Fresh Foods market is located in the town center and stocks just about everything guests might need to cook at home.
A curated group of merchants includes Magnolia’s Clothing Boutique, Spa Elizabeth Boutique, Red Cedar Surf Co., Brooklets Toys, Joie Des Livres book store, Bucks Northwest rentals, Seawothy Home, Tides by Seabrook, and Lorraine’s Candle Studio – offering a “make-your-own-candle” experience.
While surfing is most often associated with Hawaii or Southern California, cold-weather surfing is growing in popularity along the Washington Coast. The Washington State coastline is the third longest in the U.S., and great conditions can be found for all levels of experience. Guests can rent booties, gloves, and dry suits from Buck's Northwest, they also offer all additional gear rental and lessons. Beyond surfing there are plenty of plenty of options for SUP experiences, skimboarding, and kayaking.
Just under three hours from Seattle and Portland, Seabrook provides the perfect launch pad for day trip excursions to Olympic National Park, Lake Quinault, Ruby Beach, and the Hoh Rain Forest. Fishing enthusiasts will find prime steelhead fishing opportunities on four local rivers, and deep-sea fishing experiences off the coast.
Fresh Foods expanded market, a 13,000 square foot gourmet grocery, will be completed this spring along with a new Fitness Center, 25-yard heated outdoor pool, large hot tub, and sauna in the South Farm District neighborhood. A retro-style arcade with a focus on all the favorite games of the 80’s is set to open in summer 2023 on Front Street, along with a barber shop in the town center.
Events are scheduled throughout the year, ranging from an outdoor summer concert series and oceanfront yoga sessions to wine tastings, wellness classes, expert speakers, spring and fall festivals, and holiday celebrations. Visit www.seabrookwa.com for more information and vacation home options.