Best Spots for Photography Near Long Beach, Washington
10 best spots for Instagram pics
Take a look around to see our roundup of the best spots for insta.
The boardwalk sits just outside the reach of the mighty Pacific and stretches for almost half a mile through the rolling dunes. It’s the perfect place to capture the kite festival, the beach or a gorgeous sunset.
With its piles of ghostly driftwood and Cape Disappointment lighthouse in the background, it’s a perfect spot for a stunning photo. @rs.davis
Dead Man’s Cove
A closely guarded secret, Dead Man’s Cove is a photographer’s dream, with its stunning single tree on an island. Once you know how to get there, keep it mum! @laura_elizabeth
Quaint, charming, and with views to match. Capture Oysterville in the spring when the gardens of the church and houses are bursting with flowers. @makylamoody
North Head Lighthouse
Explore the lighthouse for close-up pictures or grab a classic stairwell photo like @mahfamily5
Hike, bike or walk the trail and you’ll soon discover that nearly every part of its 8.5 miles is worthy of a snap on the gram. @hey.candace
The end of Lewis and Clark’s famous trail is this ghostly replica of the tree he ended at. @susanperryauthor
The longest truss bridge in North America also has plenty of opportunities for gorgeous photos @benericson
Overflowing greenery contrasting with abandoned concrete, these ghostly abandoned barracks and forts present the perfect backdrop for moody-industrial photography.
Whether you’re shoting from Wakiki beach or the lighthouse itself, Cape Disappointment is packed with beautiful spots. @rivryan_photography
Wherever you are on the Long Beach Peninsula, you’re rarely far away from a spectacular ocean view. @aliviafields
World’s Longest Beach Sign
The classic tourist picture in Long Beach!