Beach Campfire Spots

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Friday nights are great date nights. This last Friday my husband and I decided to have a romantic fire on the beach. We stopped at Arnie’s to indulge in their happy hour menu. After dinner we found an open fire pit at Mukilteo Beach and we brought out the beach blanket and smore fixings. It was a perfect evening roasting marshmallows and planning future adventures cuddled together on the beach as the sun set. We have also done this adventure with the kids, its a great family outing too.
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We are so lucky to live in the PNW where we have places that allow campfires on the beach. When planning a beach campfire outing always double check to make sure fires are still allowed, there is not a burn ban, and review the rules and be safe. Here are just few beaches that might be near you:

Mukilteo Beach – Washington
Golden Gardens Beach – Washington
Alki Beach – Washington
La Push Second Beach – Washington
Seaside Beach – Oregon

Always follow the posted park rules and never leave a fire unattended. Now go make some great memories!

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