Chito Beach Resort

Address: 7639 Hwy 112, Sekiu, Washington, 98381, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 7639 Hwy 112, Sekiu.
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      Travel Blogs from Sekiu

      Pushing to La Push

      A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Oct 07, 2014

      49 photos

      ... get that amount of people that time of year.
      Anyways, once we had parked our car, we did some exploring of our own. The first place we checked out was the Lake Crescent Lodge. It was not nearly as big as the Old Faithful Inn, but we both thought it was quite amazing nonetheless. When we walked in the fireplace had a roaring fire, the sun was shining on the porch, and the front desk staff greeted us with a smile. The only thing that could have made ...

      Forks, WA ....Rialto Beach

      A travel blog entry by abbyshack on Sep 10, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... the interest has died down a bit now, but you still see signs marking were this or that happened...
      For us it is a convenient base to see the sites in the area.
      We are here for 4 nights and since we arrived noonish we had lunch and then headed to Rialto Beach about 15 minutes away from our ...

      A Peek Into the Past

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Jul 30, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... James Island to begin our approach to cross the bar into La Push we came upon the Lady Washington and the Hawaiian Chieftan. They were anchored outside the Quileute River and were gently rolling side to side in the ocean swell. The Lady is a full-scale replica of the original. Here is a an excerpt from her website:

      "In 1787, after the war, she was given a major refit to prepare her for an unprecedented trading voyage around Cape Horn. In 1788, ...

      Anemones and Baby Seals

      A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on May 19, 2013

      18 photos

      ... huge rock that he couldn't resist climbing, regardless that it required some nimble moves across the surf. He tried to convince Paige and I to join him. Once the tide went out a bit Paige found an easier route so was able to get to the rock without hitting the water. She and Ken played on the rock, having fun climbing and exploring the nooks and crevices.

      Our room was ready, so we checked in and ...

      Return, Day 15: Reunion with the Pacific

      A travel blog entry by nicole.bratt on Sep 29, 2012

      36 photos

      ... antique and classic car show, wood carving contest and/or demo, and all kinds of wood crafts for sale. Throughout the day, we continued to see antique cars in the area; we speculated they were going to or from Port Gamble.

      We passed by lavender farms, countless coffee kiosks, the Olympic Mountain Range (!), and thousands of acres of "State Managed Trust" forests... that would be logging land. It was interesting to see logging fields ...