Clallam Bay and Sekiu

Relax by the Beach Come enjoy the stress-free, laid-back lifestyle of the Northwest Coast in Clallam Bay and Sekiu !

Enjoy the drive 50 miles west of Port Angeles on Hwy. 112, a National Scenic Byway. This corner of the Olympic Peninsula is unique, known for rugged and pristine coastline and abundant marine life. Separated by two miles of beach, Clallam Bay and Sekiu look across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Vancouver Island, British Columbia.  Once here, you'll find everything you could possibly need, including nice lodgings and campgrounds, good restaurants, grocery stores, gas/propane, internet access and even espresso!


Sekiu is a world-famous recreational fishing destination, complete with all the services you will need to catch a really big fish! Other recreational activities include hiking, surfing, kayaking, scuba diving and the favorite of all...beachcombing! Bird watchers are rewarded with puffins, marbled murrelets, thousands of coastal birds, migrating swans, raptors and the hundreds of bald eagles that winter on this coast. Gray and humpback whales, orcas and sea otters are a few of the plentiful marine species.

Sekiu and Clallam Bay are very near Lake Ozette, which is in Olympic National Park, with hiking trails to miles of unspoiled ocean beaches. A nine-mile triangle hike from Ozette to Cape Alva and Sand Points will pass ancient petroglyphs. To the north is Shi Shi Beach, within the National Marine Sanctuary, which was named the best wilderness ocean beach in the United States in 2003 by the Travel Channel.


Clallam Bay Sekiu Chamber and Visitor Center
16753 Hwy 112
Clallam Bay, WA, 98326