Halfway up the "World's Longest Beach", this renovated seaside resort is a quarter mile away from one of the most breathtaking, historically significant peninsulas on the planet. This placid peninsula not only boasts the "World's Longest Beach" at 28 miles, but it is also home to hundreds of bird species in state parks like Leadbetter Point and Cape Disappointment. Loads of fun, local history, and delicious food await in nearby Oysterville as well, with many more amazing restaurants 13 miles south in Long Beach. Spend your day golfing, fishing or driving go-carts in the summer or watching the squalls in the winter while cozying up to your fireplace at WorldMark Surfside Inn. WorldMark Surfside features spacious one- and two-bedroom resort suites that comfortably sleep four to six guests. You are sure to appreciate the privacy of separate bedrooms, the economy of a fully equipped kitchen and the convenience of a washer/dryer on site. After a day of adventure, unwind on your terrace, fire up the barbecue, or relax by the fireplace - comforts you just won't find in an average hotel room. Named by an explorer on Lewis and Clark's famous trek west in the early 19th century, Cape Disappointment State Park sits on 1,882 acres. This seaside space features dramatic cliffs, miles of winding trails, a pair of historic lighthouses and some of the most impressive views of the Pacific. The park is also home to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center with panoramic vistas and interactive exhibits that both educate and engage visitors in the footsteps of the famous expedition.