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Old 07-26-2013, 01:31 PM   #1
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Hobuck Beach Resort, Cape Flattery WA

Good place for one of the best strips of beach anywhere! RV spots are OK but the view is outstanding. DH is fishing for King salmon in Neah Bay and I get to play with the dogs on the beach.
The campground is very relaxed - no list of "rules" to follow, yet everyone is courteous and pleasant. Imagine that.
Access to beach is easy and right in front of the full hookup sites. (50A!)
I recommend this campground as long as driving narrow, winding roads don't bother you. It's worth the drive!
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Did that drive a about two weeks ago, twisty-turny for sure but well worth it. Try a pizza at Linda's wood fired kitchen in Neah Bay. Also bought a pound of her smoked salmon - YUM.
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Go out to the Indian reservation and take the walk thru the forest about 1/2 hr to the "most northwest point " in the contiguous US. It's awesome out there on the cliffs above the water ! The museum is cool , they have things they found to the south when a storm unearthed a 500 year old village on the beach.
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