Summer is Coming to Grays Harbor County with Activities for the Whole Family

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New summer-themed commercial debuts throughout Western Washington

“It really captures all of the fun things our visitors can experience when they explore Grays Harbor County.”

Unforgettable Grays Harbor County is waiting for you and your family to explore, and there’s no better time than summer to enjoy all the area has to offer.

Come experience nature – from the Pacific Ocean to the Quinault Rain Forest. You can camp, hike, kayak, bike and walk through its untouched beauty. Or enjoy the small towns and the adventures they offer. It truly is unforgettable.

There are over 50 miles of pristine ocean beaches to walk and beachcomb – and even fly a kite, at the Festival of Colors Kite Festival at Ocean Shores June 4-5. Summer in Grays Harbor offers lots of other terrific events, including Saws ‘n Shores (June 24-26), a master and amateur sand and chainsaw competition at Ocean Shores; Fleur de Lis Festival and Art in the Vines (June 26), a French-themed art market in Westport; 4th of July Festival (July 2-5) in Seabrook, with a bike parade, farmers market and family fun; Montesano Car Show & Summerfest (July 16), with classic cars and family fun; and the Grays Harbor County Fair in Elma (Aug. 10-14), with old-fashioned county fair fun, food and entertainment. A complete list of summer activities is available at

Grays Harbor Tourism has just produced a new summer-themed commercial airing throughout Western Washington highlighting all the region has to offer. You can view it at

“We want to extend a very special thank you to our friends at Seabrook Washington ( for letting us use their spectacular film footage for a few scenes in our new summer commercial,” said Kelly Peterson-Lalka of Grays Harbor Tourism. “It really captures all of the fun things our visitors can experience when they explore Grays Harbor County.”

For additional information, contact Grays Harbor Tourism at 360-482-2651 or visit online at

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Scott Janzen
Janzen & Associates
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Kelly Peterson-Lalka
GH Tourism Public Relations/Office Manager
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