Web Cams

Photos are a great way to see what a place looks like. Video are even better because you see the scene up close as it changes from time to time.

Sand Dollar Inn

Pacific Beach WA Vacation Rental Condos
Camera ID: 0223 Altitude: 50 Latitude: 47.207896 Longitude: -124.202561
Description: There are lots of places to stay on the Washington Coast, but Pacific Beach is the cutest little place around. No giant steps to traverse to the soft sand. No miles to hike to see the mighty Pacific Ocean.

The Sand Dollar Inn & Condos offer comfy, cozy condos just a block or so from the sandy beach, on a flat easy stroll. See our nifty patio for barbecue, clam cleaning stations and picnic areas.

You will always find our rates affordable and our smiles affable. Please come stay with us. And keep an eye on the web cam, so you can see the sun and surf anytime.
Source: SandDollarCondos.us

Hi-Tide Resort Moclips, WA

Straight on view of the ocean
Camera ID: 0030 Altitude: 20 Latitude: 47.242748 Longitude: -124.216557
Description: 33 Unit condo complex right out on the beach at Moclips Washington. A one of a kind location.
Source: Hi-Tide-Resort.com

James Island at La Push

Sea Stacks James Island Quileute Oceanside Resort
Camera ID: 0084 Latitude: 47.906049 Longitude: -124.632120
Source: QuileuteOceanside.com

La Push and First Beach

Camera ID: 0066
Description: La Push, Washington is a popular place for fishing, whale watching, beach walking, and surfing. It is home to the Quileute Indian Tribe and part of Clallam County.
Source: QuileuteOceanside.com

Ocean Shores, WA Duck Lake

Duck Lake in Ocean Shores, WA
Camera ID: 0161 Altitude: 40 Latitude: 47.994997 Longitude: -124.151141
Description: Smack dab in the middle of the town of Ocean Shores is Duck Lake. Just one of the many canals bisecting the penninsula.
Source: WeatherUnderground.com

Queets Camera

WSDOT SR 101 Queets
Camera ID: 0070
Description: Queets is a community in Jefferson County and is near the Pacific Ocean on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
Source: WSDOT.gov

Kalaloch Beach Resort

Kalaoch Resort Beach Cam
Camera ID: 0243 Altitude: 50 Latitude: 47.604969 Longitude: -124.372923
Source: OceanShores.com

Quillayute River Bar

Weather Cam Quillayute River Bar
Camera ID: 0309 Latitude: 47.913293 Longitude: -124.590213
Source: Weather.gov

Point Grenville Cam

WSDOT SR 109
Camera ID: 0230 Latitude: 48.367420 Longitude: -116623537
Source: WSDOT.com

These cameras are outside of the area, but may be of interest.

Westport Breakwater

Westport Washington Breakwater
Camera ID: 0055
Description: The breakwater that separates Westport Washington from the Ocean and Grays Harbor.
Source: WestportCam.com

Westport Harbor Cam

An inner look at the inner Westport harbor.
Camera ID: 0029
Source: WestportCam.com

Westport Jetty Cam

Westport Washington Jetty & Surfers
Camera ID: 0053
Description: Halfmoon Bay at Westport Washington. Big waves and adventursome surfers.
Source: WestportCam.com

Westport Viewing Platform

Westport Washington Ocean Viewing Platform
Camera ID: 0056
Description: Climb up the stairs to get a birds eye view of Grays Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. You might see whales?
Source: WestportCam.com

Wishkah Valley School

Wishkah Valley School
Camera ID: 0222
Source: WeatherBug.com

Dungeness Lighthouse North

Dungeness Lighthouse North View Cam
Camera ID: 0156

Port Angeles Harbor Cam

View of Port Angeles Harbor
Camera ID: 0308 Latitude: 48.129609 Longitude: -123.432158
Source: PortAngeles.org

Astoria-Megler Bridge Washington Side

Astoria-Megler Bridge Washington Side
Camera ID: 0136
Description: The Astoria-Megler Bridge Cam looks south from the Washington entrance to the bridge, nestled between the Lewis & Clark Expedition’s Station Camp and Dismal Nitch.

The Astoria-Megler Bridge is just over four miles long (21,474 feet) crossing the Columbia River at its mouth. The main span is a 2,468-foot steel cantilever through truss, and is flanked by five steel deck trusses, one hundred forty 80-foot concrete deck girder spans, and, at the Washington end of the bridge, seven 350-foot steel through truss spans.

The southern high steel girder section of this bridge forms the world’s longest continuous truss bridge, with a 1232 feet span. The bridge was designed jointly by the Oregon and Washington state highway departments. Construction was begun in 1962, and completed in 1966. This bridge was subject to a toll for 30 years but the toll booths have now been removed.

Thanks to the Washington Department of Transportation for allowing us to showcase the Bridge Cam on this site. This cam experiences extreme weather and is, as a result, offline from time to time, particularly during the stormy winter months.
Source: WSDOT.gov

Cosmopolis Hill Webcam

WSDOT SR 101
Camera ID: 0239 Altitude: 529 Latitude: 46.56008 Longitude: -123.44002
Description: This webcam is currently assigned to webworldcam.com. It was originally added on October 16, 2012 and has been viewed 24,868 times since then. The current picture above was taken 9 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 2 people.
Source: WSDOT.gov
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