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Drive through the Native Village of Neah Bay at the fork on the west end of town follow the road left to the south follow the slough until you reach a bridge on your left cross the bridge take the first right and follow to beach
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This is the default spot for any Strait trippers that get skunked. If there aren't waves here there aren't waves to be had anywhere on the coast.
During summer months there is a campground running. It's really too blown out in the winter so don't bother. The best day I've had there it was 7-9 ft faces groomed by the constant offshores from the hills. Green shack city. Best to wait for that rare long period day 12 or more sec. to really get it good.
By Anonymous , 10-11-2009
oregon111 - a VERY long way to drive just 4 beachbreak - and not very good beachbreak at that
By Anonymous , 18-03-2008
I will go to la push. - The only one campground in the town is right here at hobuck. The price went up from $15 to $25 for the summer. Thats too much to throw a tent at the grass. No more Neah Bay.
By steve , 11-04-2007
insane surf. you should have been there - went out 4/5/07 and it was sick. nice offshore winds cleaned up the faces just right. posted some pictures and i cant wait untill i can go back. oh by the way all those stories about crazy indians are bullshit. who ever comes up with that shit needs to get a life.
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