Port of Peninsula on the Long Beach Peninsula at Nahcotta, Washington

Port of Peninsula
Serving the Oyster and the Crab Industries, a Gillnet fleet and Recreational Users.


Located in the middle of the Long Beach Peninsula at Nahcotta on Willapa Bay, the Port has about 90 leased slips. A Brow Hoist Boat Sling is available for lifting boats (30' and under) into and out of Willapa Bay. Construction of a Public Boat Launch Ramp was completed in 2003. Power and water are available, as well as a boat sewage pumpout station, the only one located on Willapa Bay.

The Port of Peninsula boasts the only fully approved, above ground, commercial fueling facility on Willapa Bay. The triple walled, steel tank is capable of holding 4,000 gallons marine diesel and 2,000 gallons unleaded gasoline. Much of our fuel sales are a result of fifteen Oyster Dredges working out of our Port.

Click for information on the Willapa Bay Oysterhouse Interpretive Center.

Click for information on the Great Washington Birding Trail.


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Port of Peninsula - Established in 1928
3311- 275th Street - Ocean Park, WA 98640
360-665-4547 :: mary@portofpeninsula.org
Port Manager: Mary DeLong

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