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Located on the Quileute Tribe Reservation, La Push features untouched, picturesque rocky beaches and misty forests. If you like your beaches quiet, it is worth it to drive out to remote La Push.

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La Push is featured in the pop culture phenomenon, Twilight, as the home of werewolves. The Quileute tribe welcomes fans of the book series, but does not accept responsibility for any werewolf or vampire bites.

Why should I visit La Push, Washington?

In La Push you can explore the breathtaking wonders of the sea and the land. The fish are large, the water is clear, and the views are breathtaking.

Where is La Push?

La Push, Wa is located on the Pacific Coast of the Olympic Peninsula, between Neah Bay and Kalaloch. La Push can be accessed from the Olympic Highway-WA 101 via the Highway 110, La Push Road exit in Forks.

What sort of Services and Amenities does La Push offer?

La Push is a very small community. The community features a resort, camping and RV spots, a marina, and not much else. Stop in nearby Forks to stock up on amenities.

What can I do or see in La Push?

  • Fishing: La Push features fantastic fishing by on the beach, in the nearby Quileute River, and by boat. Don’t have your own boat? There are a number of charter services located in the marina. This is one of the few spots in the world where you can fish salmon, halibut, and tuna, all in the same day.
  • Hiking: Second Beach Trail is an easy and accessible trail that runs along the Pacific Ocean. The walk features stunning sea stacks and frequent animal sightings, including seals and bald eagles. This trail is a great spot to spot migrating whales between April and October.
  • Camping: With a camping permit that can be bought at any Olympic National Park Visitors Center or Ranger Station, you can camp amongst the logs and driftwood on Second Beach, one of the most pristine beaches in the world. Remember to bring your bear canister. Don’t have one handy? Don’t worry, you can rent on at any Olympic National Park Ranger Station or Visitor’s Center.