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This my first visit back to Ilwaco since the 1970s. While much has changed the boardwalk is basically the same. It is well maintained and has a number of unique sculptures or ocean art. It is right by the marina with beautiful scenery.
Visited all the towns on the coast in the area and Ilwaco by far has the neatest port around. It is small and has the small town feel. It is off season so not much is going on, but is nice to drive around and...More
If you go mid-week, it is really kind of dead besides the charters for fishing, and they are usually done by noon. But on Saturday - that is the ticket!
It seems like a few more shops have closed up this year unfortunately.
We went to the Port of Ilwaco Boardwalk. The area has a marina, restaurants, fishing and boat charters, art galleries, some cafes and restaurants. One can also purchase fresh seafood. There is also some places to stay. Its a pretty area.
Location was very close to Long Beach where we were staying. The boardwalk is very nice on a sunny day, a little chilly on a windy day. If you like boats it's a great place to see a variety of them. The Saturday market is...More
You can get a great seafood lunch while looking out over the marina. The seafood is right off the boat and you can either take some home or eat one of the restaurants there and afterwards take a nice stroll down the boardwalk. There is...More
Spent the night at the Salt Hotel on the boardwalk. A great little bare bones, clean, comfortable room.We didn't have time for much exploring and kind of regret that. On one of the Trip Advisor forms I was advised I wouldn't find much in Ilwaco....More