This area features short scenic wooded park trails and a breathtaking underwater park replete with sea urchins, anemones, sea cucumbers, and wolf eels —some can be seen during low tide.
Neah Bay is the Northwestern-most Point in the Contiguous United States! This area offers stunning wilderness beach hikes with hundreds of sea stacks, miles of undisturbed coastline, and views of wildlife from rocky cliffs.
Lake Ozette is one of the largest natural lakes in Washington State, is home to a dozen different species of fish. Take a walk down one of the trails to the beach, or go out on the lake.