The Greater Grays Harbor web site: http://www.graysharbor.org will give you access to many local attractions.
Among those are GH WINE SELLARS: http://www.ghwinesellars.com where you will find Karen and Ryan serving a large selection of wines for anyone’s liking.
STEAM DONKEY BREWING: https://www.steamdonkeybrewing.com was the first brewery in downtown Aberdeen in over 70 years. Jon and Stefanie have always had a passion for crafting their own beers.
If “Natural” is what you are looking for, then check out North Pacific Utopian Wares: http://www.npuw.biz Julie and Nathan are very committed in bringing this community handmade essential oils and natural remedies.
Grays Harbor is the home port for the tall ships, Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain. When they are in port, you can tour the ships or take sail from the Seaport Landing in Aberdeen. Check their schedule on their website: http://historicalseaport.org
We are also close to Pacific County, 15 miles north of Raymond home of the Northwest Carriage Museum. Their website: http://nwcarriagemuseum.org/ will provide current hours and admission fees.
Only three hours away on the west side of Mount St. Helens, the Johnston Ridge Visitor Center provides a fascinating view of the volcanic eruption in 1980.
About 40 minutes away you can visit Westport, a marina and fishing boat harbor.
About an hour north you can visit the historic Quinault Lodge built by the CCC’s.
The loop drive from 101 and along 105 takes you across the north side of Willapa Bay, along the Pacific coast, across the south shores of Grays Harbor and through Aberdeen. We can share with you our favorite stops along that route.