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

    ... through the Olympic Peninsula.
    On the map we had decided to make Rialto Beach (Still within the boundaries of the park) our next stop, but we had seen that our route would take us right passed a place called Lake Crescent (also still within the boundaries of Olympic) where the Ranger we had talked to the day before said was a worth while stop on our way to the beaches. So, seeing as we had all the time in the world we decided to take a little detour ...

    Day 65 - The Farthest West in Continental USA

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 25, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... After a breakfast of blueberries and a banana, we headed west towards Neah Bay on the Makah Indian Nation. As we drive along the Strait of Juan de Fuca, we begin to get a sense of the vastness at the end of the continent.

    An eagle sits perched atop a fir tree searching the coastline. We stop to photograph the Bullman Beach coastline. (see photo).

    The 70 mile drive tortuously ...

    Cape Flattery

    A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Sep 08, 2013

    16 photos

    ... not exactly. It was maybe .5 miles the way the crow flies, but this trail twisted and turned through rocks, tree roots, and trees that were cross cut and laid for a path and the boardwalks were less than 3 feet wide with uneven boards and gaps between them. Having the dogs with us didn’t help matters, either. I was losing my tour crown with each step, BUT we made it and it was incredible. The pictures will tell the story. ...

    A Peek Into the Past

    A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Jul 30, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... One of the sights we were all pleased to see was a little dog named Wookie. Wookie went missing back when we were in Port Angeles. We were all happy to see him safe and sound aboard his boat!

    Not only were the canoes and support boats in town, so were the shore-side support teams along with stands selling oysters, clams, Indian tacos and all kinds of tasty goodies. After asking around we found out the canoes were leaving in the morning for the ...

    Return, Day 15: Reunion with the Pacific

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

    36 photos

    ... was dripping blood from somewhere. It took us awhile to located the source, which turned out to be her ear. We guessed she actually knocked her head against the log when she fell and split her ear open a little bit at the bottom. (Remember, she already had several tears and punctures in her ears from last weekend's dog fight...!) We cleaned her up, and the bleeding stopped. All is well enough for now, but I felt pretty sorry for the poor ...