Experience your very own piece of Washington history at this dog-friendly Ocean Park property, a former life saving station with three separate living spaces, a fenced-in yard with a dog run and a firepit, and a wonderful location just over a block from the beach.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the main building on the property is the former Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station (which was later known as the 309 Coast Guard Station). Spend your days building sandcastles on the wide open beach just over a block west, dig for the famous razor clam in Long Beach eight miles south, and use the provided rain gear to catch wild winter storms.
Ideal for multi-generational families and larger groups, this property includes three separate living quarters (each of which can be rented separately as well). The two-bedroom Keeper's Quarters; the adjacent duplex includes the two-bedroom Upper Deck and the one-bedroom Lower Deck.
Each of the three apartments is outfitted with a full kitchen (with a dishwasher), free WiFi, and a comfortable living space with a cable TV. Begin each morning with homemade espresso, take your dogs outside to stretch their legs in the fenced-in yard, and read the morning newspaper in the shade of the gazebo (please note that a four-dog limit and a nightly pet fee apply). Grab a good book to bring down to the beach, join your loved ones for al fresco lunches in the yard, and spend your evenings curled up around the firepit, playing board games, and watching one of the hundreds of DVDs and VHS tapes in the movie library.
Make new family memories in a fascinating piece of Washington's past - book your stay in Ocean Park today!