Sherwood Forest Campground: overnight parking and launch site, private campground and cabins. Woodfired sauna and shower. Call 360.665.4733. On Willapa Bay on the Long Beach Peninsula, across from Diamond Point.
Tokeland Marina: boat ramp, tent sites, Tokeland Hotel and Restaurant. Paddle up the short Cedar River or into Willapa Bay.
Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WSDFW) boat ramp and toilet at the mouth of the North River: Paddlers can go 8-10 miles up this scenic river, or paddle 7 miles southeast up the Willapa River to South Bend.
Boat ramp to the Willapa River on the west end of South Bend on U.S. Route 101: In South Bend adjacent to the 101 Public House, you will find a small park, picnic area, toilet, mooring floats, and kayak launching. Five miles west of South Bend on U.S. Route 101 is Bruceport County Park with campsites.
Access to the south and north forks of the Willapa River in the Raymond area: A waterfront committee is working to improve water access in Raymond, including a picnic area on a small island, and primitive campsites. Inquire at city hall for current information.
Boat launch in the Bay Center basin at the mouth of the Palix River: There can be a lot of commercial boating in this area, so keep a sharp lookout. Campsites and RV facilities are nearby at Bush Pioneer County Park, operated by volunteers.
Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife boat ramp on U.S. Route 101: Just south of the Bay Center turnoff. Access to the upper Palix River and miles of meandering through meadows rich with wildlife.
Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters (WNWRH): provides boat ramp, toilet, maps, access to the Nasell River and the south end of Willapa Bay. Five primitive campsites on Long Island.
Ilwaco Marina and Fort Canby State Park: provide boat launch and full campground in state park.
Chinook County Park: Day use only.
Loomis Lake State park: in the middle of Long Beach, provides toilets, fishing and bird watching, no camping.
The boat basin at Nahcotta, called Port of Peninsula: provides boat launching, toilets, and showers.
Leadbetter Point National Wildlife Refuge: is the end of the road on the Long Beach peninsula. There are many hiking trails, good shoreline boating at high tide, toilets, no camping, and beach access for boat launching (1/4 to 1/2 mile carry). Bay Center is 5 miles due east across Willapa Bay. Crossing should be done only with planning and care.