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DNR Land from the Indian reservation to the highway. You can park anywhere along the road. Gorgeous sunset on the beach. Very Little firewood. Pick up firewood on your way out - several houses along the highway have honor stands.
Only available cell service is Verizon and TMobile, but both can be patchy in places. Sometimes we can pick up Canadian cell providers from across the water.
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right off of 112 just outside of Neah Bay. there is access to beach, make sure tide conditions are favorable. even though right next to the road very quite. the ocean sound quits everything.Report Check-In
Parking lot is HUGE & semi level (enough for a few rvs to back up. You CAN drive onto the beach area to camp, there are a few stone fire rings. (just 1 gnarly root to get over)Didn't get any verizon service here. Stayed 1 nightReport Check-In
Easy access to the beach. Beach is very clean. We heard whales in the middle of the night, gorgeous moon rise.Report Check-In
We stayed here in our van last night. A couple of cars drove by throughout the night and lots of morning traffic. A truck is parked on the beach but we're the only ones in the parking area.Report Check-In
Literally a construction zone right now. Not sure how long but I wouldn’t want to stay here. Some brave folks have tents set up and some cars are parked around but there was no way to drive in as everything is blocked my heavy machinery. Also be prepared for slow traffic, due to roadwork. I’m sure it will be lovely again in a few weeks…Report Check-In
Great spot for the night! Cozy, beautiful beach. Stayed for one night with no problems, road was quiet most of the nightReport Check-In
Perfect spot! We drove around the trees onto the beach but stayed close to the tree line just in case of high tide. 2-3 level spots there large enough to fit smaller vans and/or some tents.
Wood at the beach is very wet so better take some fire wood with you. You can easily build a fire pit with large stones lying around.
There is also a creek flowing into the sea with freshwater.Report Check-In
Great pull-off on the road. There is one spot you can back into that has full beach view - the rest are right on the beach but blocked by trees. There could fit about 7 spots - large enough for big rigs and spots to camp on the beach. I backed in with my van and got to watch the sunrise from bed in the morning - LOVED IT! I have Verizon and had 0 service.
There was some noise from the street and from boats on the water in the morning but I didn’t mind. Would definitely sleep here again - top place
Multiple pullouts along road, ok place for a night, nice water views but decent amount of road noise, ATT service from none to full depending on pulloutReport Check-In
this spot still works be careful of the tides don't want to get swept away no internet in this spot but other spots along this road have functional VerizonReport Check-In
Just a large pull out from the road or you can drive down into a small beach area. Saw a whale breaching in the morning, super cool!Report Check-In
Nice quiet spot. I stopped for the night. There where four other vehicles there, some tents set up for a camp on the beach.Report Check-In
Lots of campsites up this logging road. Couple signs said no camping, we didn’t have any problems though. Absolutely beautiful spot and had cell service with Verizon.Report Check-In
Everything as already above, but adding that two people got stuck up to their axles in the rising tide as it went above predictions, maybe due to shipping traffic. If you “must” drive onto the beach, be prepared with a plan B or use lot and just tent or hammock on the beach. Much kinder to the land too.Report Check-In
Park anywhere along the road, a few pull outs are bigger and offer spots closer to the beach. Watch for the tide - it comes in all the way to the tree line. MM 10, there is a set of logging roads that go up into the mountains. Take your discover pass and go explore. Many places to park and see the mountains of Victoria Island and the Strait. No noise up there. If you follow the main road 5 miles you will hit a junction. Take the road on your left to the top and that’s my favorite view and I live here.Report Check-In
Great little spot by the ocean. Spent the first night in the parking area, quite a bit of traffic on a Friday night, had someone drive by honking in the middle of the night... Second night decided to drive down on the beach, we have a Chevy Express and had no issues. Much more peaceful on the beach. Be aware of when high tide is and just make sure you're above it.Report Check-In
A large pull out along the winding and hilly road so be ready for it. Quiet road at night and even during the day. One other car pulled in in the early morning to take a walk on the beach. If it's a clear day be sure to drive up to Cape Flattery to watch the sunset over the Pacific at the most Northwestern point in the lower 48.Report Check-In
great beach site. you'll want to make sure tides aren't going to swamp you. but ya...great site with a river running into ocean.Report Check-In
Pull off near stream and private beach. Some light traffic but great wave sounds, Wales and eaglesReport Check-In