The Makah Tribe has extended the Shelter in Place order until June 30, 2020. The reservation lands will remain closed to all non-residents. All reservations during this time period have been cancelled by us, we apologize for any inconvenience.

In response to the confirmed person-to-person spread of COVID-19 in Washington State,

The Makah Tribal Council, after careful consideration, has determined the need to implement appropriate measures to protect the health, safety and welfare of the Makah people and the Neah Bay community.  The rapid changes with regard to COVID-19 are a public health concern and the Makah Tribe is carefully monitoring this outbreak and coordinating with Tribal, County and State emergency management agencies as the situation develops.

Local businesses have been encouraged to consider the health and safety of their patrons and implement practices that will reduce public contact, encourage social distancing and ensure that diligent sanitization procedures are in place.

Effective Monday, March 16, 2020 and until further notice, businesses and properties owned by the Makah Tribe will be limiting or closing public access.

Hobuck Beach Resort and The Cape Resort will be closed to customers until further notice.  The Warmhouse Restaurant is closed until further notice.

The Shi Shi Trail and Cape Flattery Trail will remain open to Makah Tribal members, however it will be closed to the general public until further notice, as well as the 3rd Beach trail commonly used for surfing activities.

The Makah Cultural and Research Center (Museum) will be closed until further notice effective March 16, 2020.

The boat launch at Big Salmon will be closed to the general public but will remain open to the residents of Neah Bay.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding continued patronage in the future.

You may visit the following websites for updates:

www.makah.com

www.hobuckbeachresort.com

Thank you for your understanding during this time and please Be Safe!

Welcome to the Hobuck Beach Resort!

The Makah Tribe is proud to invite visitors to the Makah Reservation to enjoy the beach along the Pacific Ocean.  The Resort is located on the west end of the Reservation at the end of Highway 112.  Explore the beach, hike on the nearby trails, surf the break, photograph the birds, or meet the members of the local community.  There are many adventures to discover during your stay at the Hobuck Beach Resort.   

Our facilities include North and South Cabins, a meadow for tent/dry camping, and full hook up sites for Recreational Vehicles. Our Resort is divided into two portions along Hobuck Beach.  At the north end, we have space for up to 300 tent campers and 10 cabins.  At the south end of the beach, we have 16 more cabins and 10 RV sites. Our RV/Tent sites are first come, first served.  No Tent camping permitted on the South side of the resort, or on the beach.

North Cabins

These cabins are located at the north end of the beach

South Cabins

These cabins have the best view of the Pacific Ocean

RV & Camping

A large meadow with undesignated spaces for 200-300 tents

Reservations

Book your cabin or RV site online today!

We have four styles of cabins with a range of options, bed configurations, and amenities.  For detailed information please visit our North and South Cabins page and decide what best fits your requirements for your vacation.

If you are arriving in a Recreational Vehicle, the sites have an amazing view of the ocean.  Walk a few steps from your site to access the beach.  For more information please visit RV/Camping Sites.

For cabin reservations please book your dates early when possible. 
Makah Days – August 28-30, 2020


2020 reservation will go as follows :

online reservations will be closed until further notice.

Makah Recreational Permit Required

The Makah Recreational Use Permit is required per vehicle while visiting the Makah reservation. For 2019 the price is still $10 and valid for a calendar year.

Please Note: Alcohol, Marijuana and Illegal Drugs Of ALL Forms Are Strictly Prohibited On The Makah Indian Reservation. All Violations Are Subject to Citation and Prosecution.