Neah Bay, Washington is a small community far out on the Olympic Peninsula. In fact, it is the last town you come to when driving out to the most northwestern point in the state. This small town, located on the Maka Reservation, is famous those wanting to head out on the water of the Pacific Ocean or the Strait of Juan de Fuca for one of the most unique fishing opportunities around. Looking out over the strait, you can see Vancouver Island, Canada when you’re visiting Neah Bay. The rugged coastline and beautiful surroundings make Neah Bay a very special place.
Things To Do In Neah Bay
There are some great things to do in Neah Bay if you’re visiting this part of the Olympic Peninsula. Getting out and taking a Neah Bay charter fishing trip could easily end up being something you’ll remember for a very long time. While there, you should also take the time to visit the Makah Cultural and Research Center where you can learn a lot about the local culture and the history of the area. Hiking the Cape Flattery Trail is also a must. It’ll treat you to some incredible views and of course a nice visit to the Cape Flattery Lighthouse too. If you venture out from Neah Bay, you can go see other great attractions like the communities of Clallam Bay, Sekiu, La Push, Port Angeles, and Forks. A drive to Lake Quinault, Ruby Beach, Rialto Beach, Lake Crescent, and the Hoh Rainforest are also possible.
Neah Bay has a lot to offer and it’ll leave you with some incredible memories.
Featured Lodging In Or Near Neah Bay
BULLMAN BEACH INN
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