Entertainment

See all the entertainment options available to you in Ocean Shores and the surrounding areas.

Quinault Beach Casino

Quinault Beach Casino

Quinault Beach Resort Casino is located on the beach in Ocean Shores, Washington at 78 State Route 115. The casino has a 19,000 square foot gaming floor with 500 slot machines, eleven table games, Texas Hold`em poker tournaments and nice Hotel with Spa. This is really one of the finest casino in Washington to play at if you like the "Las Vegas" style experience rather than a more home-town sort of adventure. It`s not the biggest casino in the state by any means but you will find everything you desire from 24 hour slots action, to fine dining and quick bites to eat. The Ocean Lounge is open from 8am to 2am daily and you`ll be hard-pressed to find a breakfast special in Vegas like you will find at Ocean Shores. There`s plenty of entertainment there too!
Location: P.O. Box 2107/78 St. Rt. 115, Ocean Shores, Wa. 98569
Phone: 360-289-9466
Ocean Shores Cinema

Ocean Shores Cinema

When Jeff Brein washed up on Bainbridge Island with years working at Disney under his belt and a love for movies, he couldn’t live without having access to the big screen right at his fingertips. Who wants to take a ferry boat to the big city when you can have a locally owned theater right in your back yard? With popcorn on the dinner menu, Jeff and his wife Merna liked to catch a flick at least once a week. That inspired him to expand his “career” from running Quinn/Brein a successful Public Relations agency to creating a second business, Far Away Entertainment. First order of business was to build a first run theater on Bainbridge Island in 1997, with the town’s Mayor, Sam Granato. As a part of their new partnership, Jeff and Sam elected to preserve Sam’s Historic Lynwood Theatre … because sometimes you’re in the mood for charm, independent fare and real butter on your popcorn. Today, you can find Jeff almost every Friday and Saturday night selling tickets or scooping popcorn at Bainbridge Cinemas. From there the Far Away Entertainment motto became “your small town theater” … and Jeff and various partners expanded into markets where the big guys don’t exist including: • The Historic Admiral Theater – Two screens in West Seattle • Anacortes Cinemas – Three screens • Bainbridge Cinemas – Five screens at the Pavilion • The Historic Lynwood Theatre – One screen art house • Oak Harbor Cinemas – Three screens • Ocean Shores Cinemas – Three screens seaside • Olympic Cinemas – Four screens at the old Redwood Theater (now renovated) • Stanwood Cinemas – Five screens in the Pavilion • Varsity Theatre – Three screens in the University District
Location: 631 Point Brown Ave NW
Phone: 360-289-1234
Bowerman Airport

Bowerman Airport

Bowerman Airport, also known as Bowerman Field, is a public use airport located 2 miles west of the central business district of Hoquiam, a city in Grays Harbor County, Washington, United States. It is owned by the Port of Grays Harbor.
Location: PO Box 660,111 S. Wooding Street, Aberdeen, WA 98520, USA
Phone: 360-533-9528
Museum of the North Beach

Museum of the North Beach

Moclips-by-the-Sea Historical Society and Museum was founded for educational and cultural purposes, including the collection, preservation, and interpretation of artifacts, photos, documents, sites, and buildings relating to the history of Moclips and the North Beach of Grays Harbor County, Washington—from Pt. Brown to the Quinault River.
Location: 4658 State Route 109 Moclips WA 98562 USA
Phone: (360)276-4441