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Hobuck Beach Resort
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Reviewed March 29, 2012

It was cold and rainy when I pulled up to my cabin but it's clean bright interior did a lot to lift my spirits! Steps from the beach, a cute patio, comfortable bed. It was pouring and windy that night and I've never slept better.

  • Stayed: March 2012
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2  Thank Aquaflam
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Reviewed November 19, 2011

The reviews of this property are quite the mixed bag, so I’m here to tell you not to listen to reviews that, though well-intended, are not relevant to the Hobuck Beach experience, which is quintessentially laid-back and unpretentious. You’re at a quite remote spot, on a Rez (with an accompanying compulsory outdoor recreation license for non-First-Nation types), in a beautiful area; you aren’t staying at the Four Seasons in Manhattan. That said, the RV cabin we rented – a nice wooden unit with a large sitting-room, a balcony, bedroom and bathroom - was spotless and well-appointed, barring a dysfunctional coffee-maker. The view from our room over the beach and across the point was truly spectacular. Curiously, dogs are permitted in the campground cabins but not in the (nicer) RV cabins, though judging by the number of dogs we saw there, including a quite spectacular brindled lurcher, this rule is more honored in the breach than the observance. Signs warning of large dog-related fines have the tinge of desperation to them. Hobuck beach is right to hand and is an excellent starting-point for exploration. Cape Flattery is a short drive away and the walking trail there is highly recommended. By all means plan ahead and do your food and drink purchasing for your stay at a larger town such as Port Angeles; the local general store is comically overpriced and understocked.

Overall, an excellent experience of the informal, outdoorsy, get-away-from-it-all (but with comfort) sort.

Room Tip: As close to the beach as possible
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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9  Thank SoItinerant
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Reviewed September 28, 2011

We stayed here for one night in order to visit Cape Flattery (which is definitely worth a visit). We stayed in a brand new cabin on the beach. It was a very clean and comfortable trailer type cabin. However the cabins were placed in the trailer park next to the campers on a sandy parking lot across the driveway from the beach. Not terribly picturesque, but certainly adequate for our needs for passing through. We never saw the personnel there. They left the key for us, since we arrived after the office had closed and we left in the morning before they opened.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank RockySea
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Reviewed August 18, 2011

We visited for unfortunately just one night at Hobuck, in one of the cabins (the farthest one away from the ocean, and we still had an ocean view!). Having just 'happened' upon this gem of a place we had no idea what to expect, man what a treat we were in for! Our one bedroom cabin had everything we needed (just add your own food!). We were enchanted with the beach, finding it nearly deserted and completely to ourselves the entire time. Dozens of intact sand dollars were everywhere! At low tide we ran around like kids checking out all the tidepools! And best of all: NO BLUSTERING WIND, like on most other WA coast beaches. I was in heaven! I hesitate to recommend this place to anyone else ....I'd like to to remain 'unknown' and quiet as it was when we were there!

Room Tip: Bring your own hairdryer if you need one, that's the only thing I found missing
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank jusjada
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Reviewed August 9, 2011

We were going to camp, since this is mostly a camping "Resort" with a few cabins, but we didn't stay due to serious sanitation concerns. Hobuck uses SaniCans for the camp, but these were ALL full & locked off with signs advising to use the wash-house. ("Overflowing," another, braver camper said.) There were at least ten of these sanican units spread out through the site, none had been recently serviced. This was a Friday and I wondered how someone can continue to take fees for their camping sites when they're not prepared for an August weekend? The entire campground, including 50+ occupied sites, used one washhouse which consisted of a single toilet and one shower for men, similar set-up for women. So, if you don't mind finding your own toilet facilities somewhere in the woods KNOWING that many, and likely less fastidious, have gone before, then this is the place for you. It will cost you $20/night for dry camping.... $30 for an RV site (approximately 12 of these) and near the cabins (some of which ARE RV's). No paving or gravel roads, you drive on the grass and sand. No ocean views from the main campground due to dune shrubbery. It was chilly and foggy in August due to onshore flow. Neah Bay is a sad place to drive through: stray dogs, derelict housing, old, run-down and depressed. Not a lot of shopping opportunities, no entertainment, no restaurants. Lots of signs warning against drugs. The bay itself is beautiful in the silvery twilight and there was a longboat crew out practicing. Looked like the commercial fishing was very active. The museum is well worth a visit.

So, even though we drove all that way.... and it is a long, long drive on windy, bumpy roads... we backtracked 100 miles (!) in the dark to find a different beach campground. Note, there were a few other "parking-lot" camps for fishermen along highway 112... but nothing picturesque till Joyce, which has two good campgrounds.

Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
13  Thank PIFFKA
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