Neah Bay is one of the most remote coastlines in Washington State. Seated on the far northwestern tip of the Olympic Peninsula and home of the Makah Indian Tribe. Local attractions include sports fishing, deep sea diving, and the Makah Cultural and Research Center’s world-class Makah Museum.
Nearby is Cape Flattery, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Tatoosh Island. Neah Bay also has a handful of beautiful beaches, you can find camping at Hobuck Beach, or walk along the shores of Tsoo-Yess Beach, Shi-Shi Beach or Bullman Beach.