Shi Shi Beach and Point of Arches National Natural Landmark

Nearly as Northwest as you can get in the continental U.S., Shi Shi Beach is a wild and rain-swept beach framing views of the Pacific Ocean, located at the northern edge of the Olympic National Park shoreline. The iconic row of seastacks on the southern end of the beach is known as the Point of Arches and is considered to be one of the most picturesque coastal views in Washington. Point of Arches is also a National Natural Landmark, an honorific designation recognizing significant natural resources across the country. The northern end of the beach lies within the Makah Reservation, and when the reservation is open to the public, Shi Shi Beach can be accessed via a two-mile trail located on Makah land.

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AddressShi Shi Beach Rd
CityClallam Bay
Zip code98326