Welcome! The Makah Reservation has re-opened to the public, this includes the Cape Flattery trail and access to the Shi Shi trail. Use this info to prepare for your visit:

  • Visitors are no longer required to show proof of vaccination.
  • Local business have the discretion to require persons to wear a mask in their place of business and visitors are required to comply.
  • Recreation Permits are required for camping and visiting trails or beaches.  More information here.
  • The last 15-20 miles of State Highway 112, is undergoing some improvements, drivers should use extra caution.

Neah Bay is home to the Makah Indian tribe and the Makah Reservation. The tribe is located in northwestern Washington, with the Strait of Juan De Fuca along the town of Neah Bay and the Pacific Ocean on the west side of the reservation. We are known for our beautiful beaches – Hobuck and Tsoo-yess, the Cape Flattery Trail, access to ShiShi trail and great sports fishing – halibut and salmon. A Recreation Use Permit is required. Funds made from the sale of permits goes towards trail upkeep and improvements such as Sanican position and maintenance.