Dating back to 1851, Historic Oysterville is home to quite a few structures that are listed on the National Register, so it's a good place to go if you enjoy a look into the past. The oldest structure here is "The Red Cottage," which was built by a captain and later owned by a local author. You'll need to stop by the church first to pick up your copy for this exciting journey that will take you along paths traveled by people from the 1800s. Once a booming trade town, now a quaint town full of charm...and still quite a few oysters. Take the time to catch your breath as you enjoy gorgeous views of the bay!
The Shelburne Inn Restaurant & Pub regularly draws a crowd with its outstanding selection and great... Read more