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La Push, WA

On the Pacific Ocean Beaches

in Washington State

 

 

Washington

Ocean Beaches

US-101

 

Cities along the

Ocean Beaches of the Pacific Coast

North to south

LaPush

Kalaloch

Taholah

Moclips

Pacific Beach

Copalis Beach

Ocean City

Ocean Shores

Westport

Grayland

Ocean Park

Long Beach

Seaview

Ilwaco

 

WA-OceanBeaches-NLa Push is the north-most point of Washington’s Pacific Coast beaches where you have full tourist facilities.  From here to Cape Flattery, the most northwest point of the continental United States, lies the Olympic National Park’s National Wildlife Refuge.  That area is only accessible to hikers.

 

La Push is in a truly spectacular spot on this earth.  It lies on the south side of the Hoh River’s outlet into the Pacific Ocean at the north edge of the Quileute Indian Reservation.  During migration, you can see whales from the beach.  The beach, called First Beach, is a wide, crescent shaped, sandy beach with sea stacks (rock towers) between you and the western horizon.  The sunsets here are breath taking.

 

La Push is a tribal village of the Quileute Tribe that displays a slower, more relaxed way of life that they are proud of.  This is not a place where television and telephones exist in the lodging rooms.

 

There are no private enterprises in La Push.  All of the businesses are owned by the tribe.  In recent years the tribe has grown more interested in tourism.

 

They have opened a full service restaurant that is open seasonally and built 15 new luxury cabins in which you will even find jetted tubs. 

 

These new cabins are within arms-reach of the beach and have fireplaces.  They have a vast array of facilities from the new townhouse suites, to cabins up to 75 years old, to A-frame camper cabins for as low as $35.00 a night in the off season.  They have a complete grid of pricing on their web site.

 

 

 

 

 

Ocean front resort

Restaurant

Quileute Oceanside Resort

330 Ocean Drive

PO Box 67

La Push, WA 98350

Visit the web site

This resort started as a salmon fishing camp in the 1950’s and still has some of those facilities.  From A-frame camper cabins to modern luxury townhouses and the new Thunderbird Motel this quiet, peaceful resort offers a get-away from the busy life.  Sunsets here are breath-taking.

 

Quileute Rivers Edge Restaurant

41 Main Street

PO Box 130

La Push, WA 98250

Reservations: 360-374-5777

 

At this restaurant you can eat seafood caught just off shore in front of the resort.  They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  The have large view windows overlooking the river.

 

 

RV Park

Marina

Quileute RV Park

PO Box 250

La Push, WA 98350

360-374-4338

 

Located inches from first beach they have 30 to 50 amp services, full hookups, fire pits, picnic tables, bathrooms, showers, and a laundry.

 

Quileute Marina

71 Main Street

La Push, WA 98350

360-374-5392

 

They have a full service, protected dock, boat ramp, fish processing, RV sites, pump-out, and convenience store nearby.

 

Convenience Store

 

Lonesome Creek Store

490 Ocean Dr, La Push, WA 98350

360-374-4338

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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