Hobuck Beach Resort

Address: 2726 Makah Passage, Neah Bay, Washington, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2726 Makah Passage, Neah Bay, is near Cape Flattery Trail and Ozette Village.
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      Travel Blogs from Neah Bay

      Cape Flattery

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

      16 photos

      ... for a flight to KS to attend her High School class reunion so we needed to get this trip IN today. We could have gone into the Town of Forks where the Twilight series is filmed (however none of us watch it and don't know much about it) but opted not to and instead head straight for the Cape. We knew we were getting close to the end of the US of A as our cell phones kept switching to Canadian service and gave us ...

      Day one of road trip - to Olympic Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Aug 02, 2013

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      ... out Sekiu on our way to Neah Bay and the museum in the Makah Indian reservation which beautifully displayed artefacts recovered from the site of the mudslide 500 years ago on the village of Ozette on the west coast of the peninsula. Lots of fun and laughs. Stayed in Olson's Resort motel at Sekiu,which was a source of much hilarity, with its creative wiring, extra televisions and hot ...

      A Peek Into the Past

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Jul 30, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

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      Finally, with a glimpse into an imagined window of a long ago era, each canoe pulled in close to shore, stopping in front of the village Chief. They raised their paddles in salute. The steersman/captain stood and addressed the village Chief. He/she thanked the Chief for their hospitality and asked for a blessing for a safe voyage. As the Chief stood, with arms raised in benediction, we silently asked for our own blessing for a safe and uneventful ...

      Next Up: the Big Pacific

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Jul 27, 2013

      6 comments

      ... the nooks and character of these water-based places.

      The challenge is that the harbors of Washington and northern Oregon are all river mouths. Rivers form bars where they meet the ocean. These bars are shallower than the surrounding river or the ocean and with the right, or actually the wrong weather or tide, can be very dangerous to cross. The US Coast Guard has stations in most of these places and monitors the conditions ...

      Most Northwest Corner of the Lower 48

      A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 14, 2012

      31 photos

      We got up to a foggy day, but hope that we will luck out and it will burn off while we drive to Cape Flattery which is the northwestern most point of the contiguous United States. The point is just over 30 miles from our RV park, but it was a two hour trip by road one way. We then took a 30 min hike out to the point where we were hoping ...