Links to local services and attractions you may enjoy during your stay at The Inn at Neah Bay
Fishing: Neah Bay, Sekiu, and the entire Olympic Penninsula offer Washington's finest fishing opportunities.
Depending on the season, Salmon, Halibut, Ling Cod, and Rockfish inhabit the waters of the Pacific
Ocean and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. For saltwater charters in Neah Bay and Sekiu, you can contact
us at Excelfishingcharters.com and receive a 20% discount on your lodging at The Inn at Neah Bay.
You can also contact our friends at Jambossportfishing.com for Neah Bay and Sekiu charters.
For moorage at Neah Bay, contact Bigsalmonresort.net.
Whale Watching: You can often see Gray Whales from The Inn at Neah Bay's deck or from many of the
viewpoints along Scenic Highway 112 between Sekiu and Neah Bay. You can also choose to see the
Whales and other marine wildlife and sights from the water. Contact Excelfishingcharters.com for more
Makah Tribe: The Makah Tribe offers many different recreational opportunities. Make sure to visit the Makah
Museum, that is located on Bayview Avenue just as you enter Neah Bay. Go to Makah.com for more
information about the museum and other events including the Eagle Festival and Makah Days.
Sekiu and Clallam Bay: For more information about moorage, restaurants, and businesses in Sekiu and Clallam Bay,
Hiking: Cape Flattery Trail (The most NW tip of the continental United States): An approximately 1/2 mile hike
through the forest to a breathtaking viewpoint overlooking Tatoosh Island, rocky cliffs, sea caves, the Pacific
Ocean and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Shi Shi Beach: An approximately 2 mile hike through forest to the beautiful sandy and secluded Shi Shi Beach
on the Pacific Ocean. Large rock formations bookend the beach.
Lake Ozette: From the trailhead at Lake Ozette, hikers walk 3 miles (much of the trail is on a boardwalk) to
Cape Alava, 3 miles along the coastal beach to Sand Point, then 3 miles back through the coastal forest to the
Beaches: Hobuck Beach: This beach is located approximately 7 miles Southwest of Neah Bay. It is a long sandy beach on the Pacific Ocean. This is a great beach for walking and has wonderful tidepools at low tide. Waves make this a popular beach for surfers also.
Tsoo-Yess Beach: Located South of Hobuck Beach, this is another beautiful sandy beach for walking and
Birdwatching: Depending on the season, many sea birds, including Gulls, Puffins, Cormorants, Pelicans, Murre, and
Murrelets have been sighted along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and from Cape Flattery. During the fall, winter, and spring, hundreds of Bald Eagles are seen as this area is part of their migratory route.
Cape Flattery, the most Northwest point of the Continental United States