I've always loved Waikiki Beach in Hawaii, but there's another Waikiki Beach that calls my name. It’s part of Cape Disappointment State Park on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula. On this moody, stormy morning, waves crashed against steadfast sea cliffs below a lighthouse first lit in 1856. On warm blue-sky days, it's equally alluring, with waters safe for swimming. If you can tear yourself away from this view, check out the park's other gems that include old-growth forests, lakes, trails and an interpretive center dedicated to Lewis and Clark, whose epic journey ended in this region.