Building Murals

Early Logging Scene

Dennis Company, Fifth and Blake Streets, Raymond.
Painted by Robert and Douglas Dafford on the Dennis Company building, this painting depicts the early logging days in the bustling town of Raymond

Early South Bend

1008 W. Robert Bush Drive, South Bend.
Mural on the Pacific County Historical Museum was painted by Robert McCausland in 1992 and depicts South Bend and the waterfront in 1911 right after construction of the Pacific County Courthouse. It is based on a photograph in the museum collection.

Clam Cannery

Minit Market in North Cove 3551 State Route 105.
Historic clam cannery mural, painted by Robin and Robert Barnes. A rendition of the old Warrenton clam Cannery located in North Cove. This represents another very important county industry, fishing.

The Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce

Discovery and Adventure Awaits!

Take a step back in time and explore the charming farming communities of Raymond, South Bend, Bay Center, Menlo, Lebam & Frances, located in the beautiful Willapa Hills. Historic Willapa Harbor is home to a vibrant fishing and oyster farming industry, a wide array of agriculture farms, an amazing art corridor, winery and breweries, and a spectacular variety of outdoor adventures. 

Come and experience the beauty of Willapa Harbor while discovering the stories that make this place so special.


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