Seaport Landing

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Comcast Cares Logo with textComcast Cares about Seaport Landing! On April 26-27, 2014, Comcast employees, families, and friends from southwest Washington, including Grays Harbor, will volunteer at Seaport Landing. The “Comcast Cares” event is part of an annual national day of volunteering sponsored by Comcast. GHHSA is lining up several projects for the event, including a railing on the Seaport Landing pier, picnic tables, vegetation removal on the Chehalis River shoreline, and clean-up in the former Weyerhauser sawmill buildings. Volunteering is open to the public, and the fun begins at 8 a.m. both days. Volunteers are welcome to show up at the Seaport Landing main entrance, 500 N. Custer St., Aberdeen, Wash. For more info, contact Randy Beerbower, rbeerbower@historicalseaport.org, 360-532-8611. Sign up online! (Requires Facebook or Google+ account)

Seaport Landing has “Salty Saturday” work parties every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. To get started, fill out our online volunteer form. Or contact Randy Beerbower, 360-532-8611, rbeerbower@historicalseaport.org.

We believe we have found the perfect home port facility for our ships! Easily accessible and highly visible, Seaport Landing will be a world-class mixed-use waterfront development that will embrace and reflect the rich history and character of Grays Harbor and the Olympic Peninsula. As a centrally located destination attraction and visitor information center, Seaport Landing will serve the entire region, engaging visitors and encouraging them to explore and discover Washington’s Pacific Coast and Olympic Peninsula. Visitors will learn about peninsula communities, recreational areas, our Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, parks, and the Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge, as well as some of the lesser known points of interest.

Seaport Landing aerial view

Seaport Landing aerial view (Click to enlarge)

This deliberately designed, mixed-use public waterfront will blend a diverse small business base with arts, heritage, recreation and dynamic education opportunities that educate and engage members of the community and its visitors. Seaport Landing visitors will discover things they never knew and new reasons to further explore this unique area.

Join us as we step forward to design and build the finest home-port facility on the west coast! Become part of the Seaport Landing 500@$500 Leadership Team and receive regular updates on our progress as well as invitations to special Seaport Landing events and opportunities.

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Here’s a gallery of photos from our grand opening July 3-4, 2013. Check out these artist’s conceptions of Seaport Landing presented at the Vision 2020 Community Forum in March, 2014.

A collage of grand opening photos from Jones & Jones Architects, Seattle.

Thank you to our Seaport Landing 500@500 Donors!

  • Ron & Bonnie Arel
  • Artic RV
  • Elizabeth & Richard Askey
  • Art & Margaret Beck
  • Les & Elizabeth Bolton
  • Sidney Brinckerhoff
  • Betty Buswell
  • Barbara & Price Chenault
  • Chenault Family
  • Jeff Cook & Becky Walsh
  • Christine Cottrell
  • David Cottrell
  • Crowley Marine
  • Mike & Sandi Daniels
  • Bob Esposito
  • Robert Ford
  • Arthur Grunbaum & Linda Orgel
  • Alan & Gail Gozart
  • Harrington Financial
  • Alex Kluh
  • Tom Kovach
  • Katherine “Katie” Krueger
  • Don & Diane Little
  • Chelcie & Kathy Liu
  • Paul O’Brien
  • Roy Pearmain
  • Ann Pearmain
  • William “Bill” Peters
  • Scott Reynvaan
  • Randy & Laurie Rust
  • Kyle Stoddard
  • Roy Underwood (in memory of)
  • Max Vekich

Interested in volunteering for a work party or other Seaport Landing needs? Fill out our online volunteer form. Or contact Project Manager Roxie Underwood, 360-532-8611, runderwood@historicalseaport.org.

Seaport Landing Project Brief (10MB PDF)