Directions to Neah Bay
The highway is the most common way to reach Neah Bay, on the western tip of the north coast of Washington. The closest international airport is SeaTac in Seattle. Rail travel was popular between Port Angeles and Port Townsend in the 1920’s though Neah Bay was never serviced by rail and there are no longer any trains operating on the Olympic Peninsula.
Finding Neah Bay by Car
To reach us by car there are several options:
From Seattle, WA (Approximately 4.5 hours depending on route and weather)
Via the Bainbridge Ferry: The ferry is located at the Seattle Ferry Terminal (801 Alaskan Way Pier 52, Seattle, WA 98104) Follow 305 N to 3 North to the Olympic Peninsula. Take 104 West over the Hood Canal Bridge. Merge on to 101 and follow signs to Port Angeles. Drive through Port Angeles. Continue on 101 West to 112 Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway. Turn right and follow signs to Neah Bay. Turn right to stay on 112 and continue through Clallam Bay onto Neah Bay.
Via the Edmonds/Kinston Ferry (199 Sunset Ave. S. Edmonds, WA 98020/ Located north of Seattle) Take the WSDOT ferry from Edmonds to Kingston. From the ferry, continue straight onto State Route 104 West/WA-104 West and follow the directions from the Hood Canal Bridge as noted above.
From Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, follow the I-5 south and take one of the WSDOT ferries either Coupeville/Port Townsend or the Edmonds/Kingston Ferry.
From Vancouver Island, take the M.V. Coho from Victoria, British Columbia to Port Angeles, Washington.