Things to see and do in Quinault Country
Guided Fishing - Winter or summer, our guides will take you steelhead and trout fishing on the Quinault river below Lake Quinault. Contact: 360-276-8211 ext:279 or 372 for a list of guides. or to the left of the website there is a link to some of our guides websites.
Lake Fishing - Fish for trout when Lake Quinault is open. Obtain a tribal permit and regulations ot outlets near Lake Quinault.
Quinault Cultural Center - Visit our museum in Taholah at the Fifth Avenue mall to see natural and cultural artifacts from Quinault Country. Open weekdays. Contact 360 -276-8215 ext: 245 for more information.
Chief Taholah Days - An annual commemoration of the 1855 Treaty, The first week of July. Parade, baseball, canoe races, salmon bake, fireworks and more.
Quinault National Fish Hatchery - Visit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's, Cook Creek Hatchery on the Moclips Highway just off U.S. 101 south of Lake Quinault. For more information Call: 360-288-2508
Quinault Beach Resort and Casino - A family oriented resort near Ocean Shores with many beach side activities in the local area: horseback riding, kite flying, beachcombing, or relaxing in a room with an ocean view. QBRC features a full service casino for adults and has facilities for conferences small and large. Call toll: 1-888-461-2214 or locally 360-289-9466
Lake Quinault Area - Both the Olympic National Park and Forest offer easy to walk interpretative trails, or for the experienced hiker, trails into the back country. Bird watching, elk, black bear, rain forests, and sub-alpine country. Both the Park and Forest service maintain web pages. Call ONP 360-452-4501 or ONF 360-288-288-2525
Kalaloch - Visit Olympic National Park beaches north of the Reservation. Inquire locally.
Moclips / Pacific Beach - State park and easily accessible beaches south of the Reservation. Museum and other opportunities. Inquire locally! website click here
P.O. Box 189
Taholah, Wa. 98587
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