Clallam Bay & Sekiu & Neah Bay | Olympic Peninsula

Clallam Bay & Sekiu & Neah Bay

Laid back. Unspoiled. Explore a quiet and scenic slice of the Northwest coast and a marine experience like no other.

Kayaking in freshwater bay

***TRAVEL ALERT 6.15.2020: The Makah Tribal Council has extended the Tribe’s Shelter in Place Order until June 30, 2020.  The Makah Reservation and Neah Bay remain closed to all non-tribal members.  This includes the trails to Cape Flattery and Shi Shi, Hobuck Beach Resort and the Cape Resort, and the Makah Cultural Resource Center Museum. Visit for more information.***

Nestled along the stunning Strait of Juan de Fuca, the historic towns of Clallam Bay and Sekiu welcome visitors in search of wildlife, water recreation, and rich Native American tradition and culture in Neah Bay. Uncover and explore immaculate beaches, rugged cliffs and a coastline that will take your breath away.

Pick your north coast adventure. Cast a line for salmon or halibut in a world-class fishing destination. Kayak, surf or comb beaches and abundant tide pools. Find out why bird watchers and photographers flock to the area. Advanced and experienced divers find adventure here.

Trek to where the Pacific Ocean and Strait of Juan de Fuca meet. Take in churning waves and mysterious sea caves, and keep your eyes peeled for whales and other wildlife. You’ll feel like you’re at the end of the world.

Map of Olympic Peninsula Destination Area


  • Cape Flattery Trail, most NW point of the contiguous United States

  • Makah Cultural Center in Neah Bay

  • Shi Shi Beach

  • Waterfalls

  • Wildlife viewing



  • Earth Day Coastal Cleanup: April

  • Annual Clallam Bay/Sekiu Fun Days: July

  • Makah Days: August

Stories FROM Clallam Bay & Sekiu & Neah Bay

Clallam Bay Spit—A beach and birding bonanza without the crowds

September 5, 2018

Clallam Bay offers a choice spot that’s light on visitors and heavy on scenery, shoreline and birds. Clallam Bay Spit and Community Beach County Park sits on 33 acres where the nutrient-rich waters of the Clallam River feed in to the …

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