Located on the Pacific Coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington, Seabrook offers a unique topography for the Washington Coast. Seabrook is the closest sandy beach on the Pacific Ocean to Seattle and the Puget Sound - just 2½ hours from Seattle and 3 hours from Portland.
From Olympia, travel west on US 101 N for 6 miles. At this point, please ensure you stay to the left and merge onto HWY 8 continuing toward Aberdeen & Hoquiam. HWY 8 becomes HWY 12 and takes you into Aberdeen (~40 mi).
Once in Aberdeen, follow the signs to Highway 101 North.
As you're leaving Aberdeen and entering Hoquiam, continue west on Sumner Avenue still foillowing Highway 101 North.
Once parallel to the water at the end of the street, merge into the middle lane prior to crossing the bridge and follow the sign to 101 North - Forks. Exit the bridge in the far right lane that takes a sharp right.
Continue north on Highway 101 N through Hoquiam and toward Forks for 4.2 miles.
At the sign for Ocean Beaches, turn left onto Ocean Beach Road towards Pacific Beach/Moclips. Stay on Ocean Beach Road for 20.3 miles. Note: when you get to Copalis Crossing, stay on Ocean Beach road, to the left at the fork - do not turn right towards Humptulips.
At the end of Ocean Beach Road, take a left onto SR 109 at the 4-way stop sign at the entrance of Pacific Beach. In just half a mile, Seabrook will be on your left! Welcome!