Grey Gull

Address: 651 Ocean Shore Blvd. NW, Ocean Shores, Washington, 98569, United States | 2 star resort
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This 2 star resort, located on 651 Ocean Shore Blvd. NW, Ocean Shores, is near Ocean Shores North Jetty, Ocean Shores Interpretive Center, Pacific Paradise Family Fun Center, and Ocean City State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Ocean Shores

    Camped near the Ford dealer!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by ccwalter on Oct 11, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    We camped in Shandell and Tim's driveway. Spent the day visiting with Tim before he went to work. Drove the short 5 miles to Lake Sylvia to spend the night. Nice campground, with our choice of spots. People here are afraid to camp in the rain. Shandell picked us up and we had a nice dinner at the The Rusty Tractor. Isis, the grandpup stayed at camp and was happy to see us when we returned.
    We ...

    Visiting with Tim and Shandell.

    A travel blog entry by ccwalter on Oct 09, 2015

    7 photos

    ... Ruby Beach. A ranger at North Cascades told us to stop here. It was a mean, blowing, crashing sea. We walked up and down the beach, no shells of any sort. Cliff had his MSU sweatshirt and a guy said he was going to throw him in the ocean!!! Yep they were from Missoula and Griz fans!!! Cliff didn't ask where the rest of his war party was! Next beach was Kalaloch. Nice Little resort right on the ocean, cabins look like ...

    Our last American State (for now)

    A travel blog entry by sel48. on Oct 04, 2015

    10 photos

    We had a lovely drive up the coast of Oregon to Washington. Some good ocean/rock scenes but not as often as on the central coast. More population and the state park beaches parking lots were often full. It was a warm day so families were on the beach, soaking it up! Along the way, we stopped at a few "Historical Markers". This one particularly caught our interest at Tillamook. It alms about the first ...

    Rain Forests and Rainy Roads

    A travel blog entry by howardbad on Sep 20, 2015

    23 photos

    ... into the ocean at Ruby Beach brings large pieces of driftwood out of the rain Forrest and deposits them on the beach. The stones sculptured by the sea are also interesting on this beach.


    It was twilight - I was totally team Jacob

    A travel blog entry by jac-sarah on May 10, 2015

    5 comments, 16 photos

    ... very high standard. The theme of each home was so detailed and creative we walked around for a good couple hours checking out the names and guessing how many rooms each home slept.

    The first night we headed out to the market and picked up two dozen clams for six dollars bought a bottle of wine and proceeded to clean out their fresh produce. To me nothing is better than buying fresh fruit and veggies with the dirt still on them. We ate so well over the next ...