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Makah Indian Reservation

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Went through the area to get to another place

We drove through this on our way to Cape Flattery. The entire area is a nice drive, leading up to... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2014
Stitzer, Wisconsin
Hike the Cape Flattery Trail!

.5 mile hike to the most northwesterly point of the United States of America. .5 mile hike return... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2014
Tucson AZ
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One of three Indian reservations located on the Olympic Coast.
  • Excellent62%
  • Very good25%
  • Average10%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible3%
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Reviewed 27 July 2014

We drove through this on our way to Cape Flattery. The entire area is a nice drive, leading up to this the road was windy and by water and scenic drive.

2  Thank Jena756
Reviewed 22 July 2014

.5 mile hike to the most northwesterly point of the United States of America. .5 mile hike return. Take your time and water. Good trail laid out.

3  Thank GraciousGoodness
Reviewed 9 July 2014

I was shocked to see reviews of unfriendly locals. We encountered only very friendly people! The area is beautiful. Cape Flattery and the Makah Museum are must sees. It is a poverty stricken area, but you can see the people care about their culture and...More

3  Thank cossondra
Reviewed 23 June 2014

We had expected to find a beautiful, family-friendly coastal town with beautiful nature and friendly people, but we were very disappointed. First, on the way there, every local car tailgates you even if you are going over speed limit, and expects you to pull over...More

4  Thank Avacha
Reviewed 31 October 2013

While stopping at the museum to purchase our Cape Flattery Trail parking pass, we decided to visit the museum as well. Unique native historical items, good history, nice gift store with native made crafts. Photo taking not allowed in the museum. Grounds were neat and...More

1  Thank Shack2_05
Reviewed 14 October 2013

There is a world class museum about the Makah people, a lovely little craft store, Raven's Corner, which is well worth the visit if you like authentic Native American crafts. There is also Cape Flattery which is one of the best hikes and vies in...More

1  Thank emma0003
Reviewed 3 October 2013

The walk out through the reservation was scenic and peaceful. The walkway was a little uneven at places, but with a little care all was good. The scenery and views at the end of the walk was just unbelievable. So rugged yet serene.

1  Thank travelbug1959
Reviewed 6 September 2013

This was a very nice reservation we visited when going to Cape Flattery. The folks we met were very friendly and helpful. The Makah heritage museum and Cape Flattery are absolute musts! It's worth the drive, I promise :)

Thank Rachel P
Reviewed 17 August 2013

We traveled to the Makah Reservation so we could go to Cape Flattery. We stopped at the museum to buy our $10 car pass to be on the reservation. While we were there we decided to tour the museum for an extra $5 per person....More

Thank Dave C
Reviewed 11 July 2013

Nothing much here but was passing through to Neah Bay and Cape Flattery. Did have lunch at Linda's Wood fired Grill and this was very simple but delicious.

Thank Karen L
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