Neah Bay / Sequim / Port Angeles / Suquamish, Washington
Begin your day by eating breakfast in the town of Forks, then travel to the most Northwesterly point of Washington, to visit the Makah Museum Cultural & Research Center. The Museum & Research Center, houses and interprets artifacts from the Ozette Archaeological Site, a Makah village partly buried by a mudslide 300-500 years ago; it was recently discovered in 1970. The museum provides a glimpse of pre-contact Makah life and exhibits feature 500 artifacts including whaling and fishing gear, basketry and replicas of a full size long house and canoes. There are also guided tours to other local Makah sites to include the Ethno-botanical Garden, Ozette Archaeological Site, Cape Flattery Trail, and other local village sites and beaches.
Next, head east to the City of Sequim / Port Angeles, Washington to eat and play at the Cedars at Dungeness Golf Club, owned and operated by the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe. Stop by to enjoy a meal at the Double Eagle Restaurant or play a round of golf at the award winning 4-star Golf Digest 'Best Golf Course' in Western Washington. After, travel 15 minutes to the Northwest Native Expressions Art Gallery and House of Myth Carving Shed, located at the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribal Campus for a self guided tour. The gallery offers traditional and contemporary forms of art that represents the uniqueness of the northwest Native American culture and history. End the day by travelling 45 minutes East and stay at the beautiful Suquamish Clearwater Casino & Resort, located on the breathtaking Kitsap Peninsula, named after Chief Kitsap of the Suquamish Tribe -The county that boasts over 250 miles of saltwater shoreline.