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From Seattle, WA

Take Interstate 5 south to Olympia, about 60 miles.

Leave I-5 onto US-101/WA-8/US-12 at Exit 104, heading west to the ocean beaches.

Drive 32 miles and take the Montesano exit.

At the end of the exit, turn left onto WA-107.

Drive 8 miles to US -101.

Turn left onto US-101 southbound.

Drive 17 miles to Raymond and 5 more to South Bend, then continue 26 miles to a T-intersection called Johnson's Landing.

Turn right (west) to continue south on US-101.

Drive 16 miles and you will come to a stoplight in Seaview on the Long Beach Peninsula.

Turn right and drive north on WA-103 for 1 mile to downtown Long Beach.  The first stoplight you will come to is 10th St S (at the go-cart track).

Continue just 5 more blocks where you will see our Super 8 sign just past Ocean Kites on the left.  Turn left into our parking lot.

From Portland, OR

Via I-5 thru Longview:

Take Interstate 5 north to Longview.

Leave I-5 at Exit 36, Longview & Ocean Beaches.  You will be heading west.

Drive about 4 miles, thru several stoplights to 15th Street.

Turn left at 15th Street.

Now follow the "From Longview" instructions below left.

Via US-30:

Get on US-30 westbound from the area of the I-405 Bridge in NW Portland.  Drive 50 miles, thru St. Helens and Rainier.

When you see the big Lewis & Clark Bridge just past Rainier, you will drive right past it and up a long hill.

Now follow instructions per the "From Longview" directions, beginning with "Drive to Astoria," below left.

Via US-26:

Take US-26 westbound from Portland & Beaverton, about 70 miles to US-101.

Leave US-26 by taking a right exit onto US-101 North.

Drive north about 20 miles on US-101 thru Seaside, and continue north thru Gearhart and Warrenton.

At Warrenton, you'll cross the Young's Bay Bridge to Astoria.

Drive less than a mile to the Washington Points Bridge, where you'll turn left at the stoplight to cross the Columbia River to Washington.

Now follow instructions per the "From Longview" directions beginning with "Take the bridge," below left.

From Longview, WA

Via US-30 on the Oregon side of the Columbia River (see below for "the other way"):

Drive south on 15th Street over the Lewis & Clark bridge across the Columbia River to Oregon.

Take the first exit at the bottom of the bridge, to the right, and head up the hill westbound on US-30.

Drive to Astoria--it's 51 miles, then after you've driven a couple of miles thru town, watch for the Washington Points bridge.

Turn right onto this bridge (no toll anymore!). 

Take the bridge over the Columbia River to Washington--the bridge is 4 miles long.  

Turn left after crossing the river, onto US-101 northbound.

Drive thru the tunnel, thru Chinook, and continue another 3 miles to the US-101 Alternate, located near the KOA campground.

Turn right onto the US-101 Alternate, drive 1/2 mile, then turn left at the stop sign onto US-101 southbound (you'll be heading west after this turn).

Drive 2 miles to the stoplight in Seaview on the Long Beach Peninsula.

Turn right and drive north on WA-103 for 1 mile to downtown Long Beach.  The first stoplight you will come to is 10th St S (at the go-cart track).

Continue further for 5 short blocks where you will see our Super 8 sign just past Ocean Kites and Debi's Deli on the left.  Turn left into our parking lot.

 

Alternate route from Longview:

Instead of crossing the Columbia River to the Oregon side, you can take WA-4 from Longview.  This route is a few miles longer but some consider it to be more scenic.

Drive west on WA-4 to Naselle.  Once there, you can pass straight on thru to connect up automatically with US-101 southbound at Johnson's Landing (do not turn), then into Long Beach per the above directions under "From Seattle at "Johnson's Landing."

Or, at Naselle, you can turn left and drive about 15 miles to connect up automatically with US-101 northbound at the Washington Points Bridge, then into Long Beach per the above directions under "From Longview."

Along the Coasts

Traveling south to Long Beach:

Drive south on US-101, following the instructions per the "From Seattle" directions from the general area of Montesano or South Bend.  

Note:  US-101 runs generally along the coast of Washington all the way around the Olympic Peninsula from Olympia and Port Angeles, thru Aberdeen and South Bend.

 

Traveling north to Long Beach:

Drive north on US-101 along the Oregon coast to Astoria.  Then follow the instructions per the "From Longview" directions beginning with "Take the bridge," just left of this column.

Note:  US-101 runs along the entire coast of Oregon and most of California.

 

These coastal routes are very captivating.  Allow plenty of time to enjoy the journey!



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