Videos are a great way to get a better glimpse into a location and its surrounding area.
Sand Dollar Inn
|Camera ID: 0223||Altitude: 50||Latitude: 47.207896||Longitude: -124.202561|
|Description: There are lots of places to stay on the Washington Coast, but Pacific Beach is the cutest little place around. No giant steps to traverse to the soft sand. No miles to hike to see the mighty Pacific Ocean.
The Sand Dollar Inn & Condos offer comfy, cozy condos just a block or so from the sandy beach, on a flat easy stroll. See our nifty patio for barbecue, clam cleaning stations and picnic areas.
You will always find our rates affordable and our smiles affable. Please come stay with us. And keep an eye on the web cam, so you can see the sun and surf anytime.
Ocean Shores, WA Duck Lake
|Camera ID: 0161||Altitude: 40||Latitude: 47.994997||Longitude: -124.151141|
|Description: Smack dab in the middle of the town of Ocean Shores is Duck Lake. Just one of the many canals bisecting the penninsula.|
Wishkah Valley School
|Camera ID: 0222|
W7HGA's Webcam in Raymond
|Camera ID: 0221|
Astoria-Megler Bridge "WA"
|Camera ID: 0136|
|Description: The Astoria-Megler Bridge Cam looks south from the Washington entrance to the bridge, nestled between the Lewis & Clark Expedition’s Station Camp and Dismal Nitch.
The Astoria-Megler Bridge is just over four miles long (21,474 feet) crossing the Columbia River at its mouth. The main span is a 2,468-foot steel cantilever through truss, and is flanked by five steel deck trusses, one hundred forty 80-foot concrete deck girder spans, and, at the Washington end of the bridge, seven 350-foot steel through truss spans.
The southern high steel girder section of this bridge forms the world’s longest continuous truss bridge, with a 1232 feet span. The bridge was designed jointly by the Oregon and Washington state highway departments. Construction was begun in 1962, and completed in 1966. This bridge was subject to a toll for 30 years but the toll booths have now been removed.
Thanks to the Washington Department of Transportation for allowing us to showcase the Bridge Cam on this site. This cam experiences extreme weather and is, as a result, offline from time to time, particularly during the stormy winter months.
Forks Washington Camera
|Camera ID: 0084|
George Washington Inn
|Camera ID: 0076|
|Description: Bed and Breakfast overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca|
|Camera ID: 0138|
|Description: The Long Beach Heron Cam is a live web cam which updates its images here every 45 seconds. This camera views the fountain and pond in front of Pacific Realty at the main downtown intersection of Long Beach, Washington (Bolstad & Pacific Hwy).
When the natural fountain was created in 2000, the pond was stocked with a variety of goldfish. It didn’t take long for local Great Blue Herons to start gazing from the sky, working up the courage to drop down for an easy meal. The notably cautious and elegant birds soon began dropping in for a quick snack with some regularity.
If you visit often you may see one of these regal birds swooping in for a fishy tidbit. Thanks to Pacific Realty for allowing us to showcase the Heron Cam on this site.
Hi-Tide Resort Moclips, WA
|Camera ID: 0030||Altitude: 20||Latitude: 47.242748||Longitude: -124.216557|
|Description: 33 Unit condo complex right out on the beach at Moclips Washington. A one of a kind location.|
La Push and First Beach
|Camera ID: 0066|
|Description: La Push, Washington is a popular place for fishing, whale watching, beach walking, and surfing. It is home to the Quileute Indian Tribe and part of Clallam County.|
Long Beach Clam Cam
|Camera ID: 0134|
Olympic National Park Hurricane Ridge
|Camera ID: 0072||Latitude: 47.933260||Longitude: -123.409627|
|Description: Hurricane Ridge, found a short drive from Port Angeles into the Olympic National Park, is almost 5,200 feet high. In the summer it is popular for hiking and sight-seeing. In the winter visitors can ski, snowboard, snowshoe, and sled.|
Olympic Natural Resources Center
|Camera ID: 0083|
|Description: A view from ONRC looking northeast through the trees to the City of Forks. Forks, WA.|
Port Angeles Harbor
|Camera ID: 0071|
|Description: Port Angeles, Washington is a popular destination for people looking to do outdoor activities in the Olympic National Park. It also is the docking point for the Coho and Victoria Express ferries to Victoria, BC. The natural harbor created by Ediz Hook allows a safe haven for boats of all sizes.|
|Camera ID: 0070|
|Description: Queets is a community in Jefferson County and is near the Pacific Ocean on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.|
Razor Clam Cam
|Camera ID: 0137|
|Description: The Klipsan Beach Clam Cam is located at the beach approach at 225th and Highway 103/Pacific Way in Klipsan Beach. The webcam looks out over the Pacific Ocean, about midway on the Long Beach Peninsula. During razor clam season, you can see clammers digging along our beautiful beach.
Klipsan Beach is historically known for the Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station. The station’s name was originally Ilwaco Beach and only later became known as Klipsan Station. The station was one of several assigned to protect the area known as the Graveyard of the Pacific, aptly named for its 2,000-plus shipwrecks.
The Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station is now privately owned and can be rented. Other great places to stay in the vicinity are the Ocean Park Resort, Klipsan Beach Cottages, the DoveShire Bed and Breakfast, Shakti Cove Cottages, and Westgate Cabins & RV Park. Loomis Lake State Park is nearby.
Jimella and Nanci’s Market Café, the renowned creation of Jimella Lucas and Nanci Main, matriarchs of Pacific Northwest locavore dining, is located within a few blocks of the webcam. Previously they owned the famed Ark Restaurant in Nahcotta, and their current endeavor is on the itinerary of anyone that seeks out fresh, locally sourced, expertly prepared cuisine.
In addition to being a historically significant area for the Peninsula, Klipsan Beach holds a special place in the hearts of many. Countless families have created precious memories at the beach vacation rental homes, summer camps, RV parks, and summer cabins in the area.
A big thank you to Pacific Realty for allowing us to showcase this webcam.
|Camera ID: 0142|
|Description: The Tree Cam is a live web cam which updates its images here every 45 seconds. Visit The Breakers where broadband users can see a new image every 15 seconds. The City of Long Beach commissioned a 20-foot tall bronze statue of a windswept tree to commemorate the historic Lewis and Clark Expedition.
The tree is an interpretation of the tree William Clark carved his initials in on Nov. 19, 1805 not far from this very spot. The bronze tree was installed along the Discovery Trail in October of 2003 an eight-mile paved coastal path stretching from Ilwaco to Long Beach. If your view appears as if the glass is wet, it is probably raining.
If a partial image appears, it is likely that your browser was updating to the most recent image and the old and new images have overlapped. Just reload or refresh the page and the latest image will be captured. Do not despair if most of what you see is black; it simply means that it is nighttime at the beach.
Thanks to The Breakers for allowing us to showcase the Tree Cam on this site.
|Camera ID: 0143|
|Description: The 642weather Cam is located on Sandridge Road in Long Beach, WA near Pioneer Road. It looks E-NE toward the Willapa Hills and updates its image every 5 minutes.
For a lot of great weather tools, time lapse and other images from this cam, visit 642weather.com.
Thanks to the 642weather.com, owner/operators of the Weather Cam.
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