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The Weather in Westport
The above is a climate diagram for Westport. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 37° in January. July is the driest month.
Experience Washington's amazing coast with a vacation home in Westport
Located on a peninsula by the Pacific Ocean, Westport boasts tranquil nature reserves, charming lighthouses, and an thriving surf culture. Whether you come to laze on the beach or for an action-packed vacation, this beautiful city is ideal for the whole family.
Whale skeletons and lighthouses
Don't miss the impressive Fresnel lens and giant whale skeletons at Westport Maritime Museum. More than a local history museum, the exhibitions offer a unique insight into the ecological and human stories that shape our understanding of the sea.
Sitting at the northernmost tip of Westport Light State Park, Grays Harbor Lighthouse is a treasured local landmark. Take a tour of the lighthouse and enjoy outstanding views from the top - though be warned, you'll not want to put your camera down.
With octopuses, sharks, a variety of fish species, Westport Aquarium is a fun and educational attraction for kids. They'll learn all about the local sea life, as they feed the fish and try the touch tanks.
Another activity that's sure to thrill the whole family is a whale watching tour. Westport Whale Watching and Oceansport Fishing are two reliable operators that lead exciting tours out into the Pacific Ocean. Spotting magnificent gray whales and orcas in the wild is something you're unlikely to ever forget.
Wildlife and water sports
Travel across the bay to Oyhut Wildlife Recreation Area. A birding hub, its 682 acres are home to blue herons, brown pelicans, and a variety of other waterfowl. For beach time, head to Cohasset Beach, where white sand, clear water, and superb waves contribute to the perfect surfing conditions.
Alternatively, you can kayak, raft and canoe on Dempsey Creek or Barlow Creek, which travel along to their estuaries in the bay. On your journey, you'll pass through protected wetlands, marvelling at the vibrant flora and fauna indigenous to this part of the Washington coast.
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