Party - Summer
An eight-foot diameter, 500-pound clam pan will make its comeback for the 2014 Razor Clam Festival, on Washington's Long Beach Peninsula. "The Giant Clam Pan" is an icon in Long Beach. The original pan, known as the "Worlds Largest Frying Pan" was used from 1941-1948 and can still be seen in downtown Long Beach. The harvesting of razor clams has been a long-standing tradition on the Long Beach Peninsula for many decades, attracting visitors to dig beach clams and enjoy delicious clam chowder.