Our facilities include 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 500 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.
We have four styles of cabins with a range of options, bed configurations, and amenities. For detailed information please visit the 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.
the Halibut Openers: May 10th - 13th & May 24th -27th, 4th of July, July 27th & 28th and Makah Days August 24th & 25th. (Makah Days wait list is full)
Please Note: the Makah Recreational Use Permit is required per vehicle while visiting the Makah reservation. For 2018 the price is still $10 and valid for a calendar year.
Please note: Verizon and T-Mobile are the primary cell carriers for our area, if you do not have Verizon or T-Mobile, it is most likely your cell phone will not work here in Neah Bay.
Hobuck Beach Resort has a telephone located on the front porch of the office, it will only make local calls, please note that you will need to dial the 360 area code.
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.
There are many adventures to fill up your itinerary while you are here:
- Walk along the beach
- Surf the break
- Photograph stunning sunsets
- Watch for birds, whales and other wildlife
- Hike to Shi Shi Beach or Cape Flattery
- Visit the Museum at the Makah Cultural and Research Center
- Go charter fishing
- Winter storm watching
- Cycle along the bike path shoulder into town
- Rent from our selection of soft top surfboards, a stand up paddle board, sit-on-top kayaks, bikes and more. We have a limited selection of wetsuits and lifejackets.
Throughout the year, we host several events such as the Hobuck Hoedown and Surf Camps. The Hobuck Hoedown usually held in early October is a surf paddling festival with competitions, dinner, t-shirts and international participants. The Audubon Society also uses our facilities to host their events.
Visit the Tribe's website www.makah.com for the latest information.
A map of the resort was added to the Photo Gallery.
Thanks for visiting our website and we hope to see you soon!