Neah Bay and the surrounding areas
- There are many local beaches that are open to the public.
- There is a plank trail to the ocean
from Lake Ozette, that makes this an easy hike.
- Many Arctic birds spend winters here, or pass
through to their winter range.
- The Olympic Coast National
Marine Sanctuary teems with life, which is best
viewed from the water (see our Marine Tour pictures).
- The trail to Cape Flattery,
which overlooks Tatoosh Island, is maintained by
the Makah Nation. There is a nominal annual $7 recreational use permit
per vehicle required to use those Makah beaches and trails which
are open to the public.
- The Makah Museum and Cultural
Center is a world class facility that houses the
artifacts recovered from the ancient Makah
village of Ozette.
- The Olympic National Park is
located off Highway 101, within an hour's drive
of the Inn.
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