Sekiu is a waterfront community located on a quiet bay at the Northwest tip of the Olympic Peninsula on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Our rural area beckons you with a unique coastline and an abundance of natural beauty and wildlife viewing. Enjoy the variety of beaches in our area which invite you to explore tide pools, play in the sand, search for agates, collect driftwood, or simply watch or listen to the waves roll in. Observe eagles and other seabirds. Sekiu is famous for its fishing, boating and scuba diving opportunities. Our area provides anglers with salmon, halibut, ling cod and sea bass.
No, we don't have malls, theaters, pollution or traffic jams. What we DO have is a pleasant alternative. Just come and relax by the water or take in the many points of interest in the surrounding area. We are ideally located for many daily adventures that you won't want to miss!
Nearby day trips include Cape Flattery (the most Northwest point in the continental United States), Lake Ozette Wilderness area (with its popular hiking trails), Hoh Rain Forest, Rialto Beach, Olympic National Park, Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Crescent, the Makah Cultural Museum, Hurricane Ridge, and Victoria, Canada to name a few. Please refer to our hiking page for more details.
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