Everything feels a little different when you pull into Neah Bay. This has been the center of the Makah Nation for thousands of years. Sea lions bark and feed in the marina between the fishing boats. The sun tiptoes on the ripples of the bay and the mountains of Vancouver Island sit on the northern horizon.
Neah Bay Trip Ideas
Cedar and salmon, spirit and sky, seasons and stories—the lifestyle of Washington's indigenous peoples may seem simple in the harried hindsight of modern... Read More
Long Beach This peninsula stretches like a pull of taffy along the coast. Walk the Discovery Trail past wetlands, forest groves and a gray whale skeleton,... Read More
The cultural story of Washington’s Native tribes unfurls in many ways, from totems and cedar longhouses to modern-day museums and more. In Neah Bay at the... Read More