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While not for swimming, the La Push beach & Native American cabins for rent are a perfect getaway for couples or a solo writer.Foamy waters roll in 100 plus year old trees,they splay out over a pebble sand beach like twigs. Eagles nest to the...More
The most beautiful views you can ever imagine.
If you are looking for a place to find yourself, to look into you, stop doing it, La Push is.
So peaceful, you can only hear nature and your own breathing; I can’t see the moment to...More
Loved loved loved this walk but if you are not very mobile I wouldn’t recommend the hike down the hill trail and climb across the logs. I loved it and went in September so too cold for swimming but a very invigorating walk nonetheless.
la Push beach is absolutely gorgeous......There are wonderful accomodations there at the Quilllute Resort.
it is on the Quilluete Indian reservation....There are cabins and a motel to rent for the night....there is also a camping area and an RV parking situation....It is right on the...More
My wife and I are driving down the coast of Washington and decided to pay a visit to the small coastal community of La Push. The little town and the marina are charming. The large sandy beach gives lots of opportunity to strolling and beach...More
If you are a beach person one area you should not miss is the Pacific Northwest coast. The beaches are like none other in the United States. Rugged, beautiful and exciting. This area offers a series of unusual and beautiful beaches from the numbered beaches...More
I had a few days off and decided to drive out to La Push and it was more than I had imagined. It was peaceful and beautiful. I got there early morning, laid out a towel, and just listened to the water. I will definitely...More
Response from gpcollins | Reviewed this property |
If you are planning a trip to the Seattle area and your finances allow it, I would recommend a bus to Port Angeles and rent a car the rest of the way. There is an enterprise rental car in Port Angeles and the... More
If you are planning a trip to the Seattle area and your finances allow it, I would recommend a bus to Port Angeles and rent a car the rest of the way. There is an enterprise rental car in Port Angeles and the Olympic National Park has several amazing locations along the way! Hogs Rain forest is one. You would be able to take your time and see more if you are able to do it that way.
Just a suggestion. Enjoy!
Hi there, My husband and I (and our 3 kids - 18, 11 and 9) are planning a west coast road trip over three weeks in Sep/Oct next year. I have put together the following rough itinerary and would be most appreciative of any feedback on whether what we are planning is realistic in terms of drive time etc. I have 2 alternate endings as I have read the drive from Carmel-by-the-Sea to LA is too long to attempt in one day. Any feedback at all greatly appreciated as this will be our first time...More
October 13, 2018|
Wrong forum please use road trips Carmel to Pismo Beach to La
Which is the best way to go from Seattle to Port Angeles? (9 Replies)
I will not be driving. I would like to take a one way bus from Seattle to Port Angeles. My goal is to go to La Push beach. What would be the good way to go to Port Angeles for me since I have 4 days in total..
July 06, 2017|
Do you have reservations for a place to stay in LaPush? What beach are you trying to access. Trying to get from Seattle to Port Angeles to LaPush is a very long day and requires switching buses. Are sure that you know how complicated this is. Trying to do this by public transportation is not easy. I would rethink this plan. It is not at all practical. A great deal of effort to visit one Beach, and then what?
Olympic National Park/Need help! (1 Replies)
Hello, I am from NJ and will be living in Seattle with my husband and 2 year old son for a few months due to my husband's job. We woudl like to visit Olympic National Park and would like some advice on the Hoh Rain Forest, La Push Beach and others. My questions are: 1. When is the best time to go? We will be in Washington from Feb 1 to June 1. 2. Where shall we stay? 3. What is best to do with our 2 year old? 4. We are Ok with staying in Port Angeles, but also want a more...More
January 22, 2011|
Email me privately. Now, for the public response. You will be here during the cool spring. That can be very beautiful, but it will be damp. Try to go either in February or as late as possible. It's weird, but February is often sunnier and warmer than March or early April. My website, www.kaleberg.com, has tide tables for LaPush, as well as many pictures and trail descriptions. You want to be in LaPush at the times the low tides are in the early afternoon. The lower the low tides, the...More