We are located in an isolated community with unpredictable weather so the trip out to visit Neah Bay, Washington can be an adventure. Usually people find us by driving the along the Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway 112. The tip of the Olympic Peninsula can be accessed entirely by the road, though some choose to add a ride on the ferry to the itinerary. It is also possible to arrive by private boat and use a slip in our marina. We have fuel services for automobile traffic and marine vessels so if you didn’t realize how far it is to get out here, we have you covered.
The best route when traveling through the town of Neah Bay is via Bayview Ave. Google Maps will sometimes advise travelers to use Backtrack Road as the quickest route. This is not ideal as you will be led away from local businesses, onto a truck route and eventually gravel roads. Use Bayview Avenue through Neah Bay to reach local stores, fuel, eateries and lodging.