Shi Shi Beach
06/13/14 (Fri) - 06/15/14 (Sun)
Dick Hayek (Qualified Youth Leader)
Olympic National Park Wilderness Information Center, Port Angeles
- A recreation permit ($10 per car) from the Makah Nation to access the beach. The permit can be purchased at several locations in Neah Bay.
- Overnight parking at one of the houses just before the trailhead parking lot. You will pay $10 for each calendar day your car is parked, so arriving one day and leaving the next will cost $20. Bring 5- and 10-dollar bills to pay this fee.
- A hard-sided food container like a bear cannister to store your food, garbage, and scented items. This is a requirement. You can rent a cannister at the NPS Wilderness Information Center in Port Angeles.
- A NPS wilderness backcountry camping permit from the NPS Wilderness Information Center in Port Angeles.
- Information on tides.
Shi Shi Beach is a coastal paradise. Unusually low tides on Saturday and Sunday mornings will allow us to examine fascinating marine life at Point of the Arches. The second mile of the trail has muddy sections. Careful carpooling will allow us to minimize per person cost for parking ($30 per car). Camping fees are $2 per person per night, plus $5 group fee. As always, riders are encouraged to compensate drivers @ 12 cents per mile. Bear canisters are required for storage of food and other ... More
This is not available for registration yet.