Come experience the tranquility and natural beauty of the rugged coastline of the mighty Pacific Ocean. Stories and legends abound here, where the Quileute Tribe has made their home for over a thousand years.
The Quileute Nation invites you to share in the bounty of their land, and explore their rich history and vibrant culture–a culture which still thrives here in their daily lives. Whether you’re an intrepid explorer in search of a base camp while you trek through the local Olympic wilderness, or a fan of Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series on the hunt for a real-life experience of Jacob’s stomping grounds, our resort is the perfect place to find your bliss.
The Quileute Oceanside Resort & RV Park offers 15 deluxe oceanfront cabins, 18 standard oceanfront cabins, two oceanfront motel units, 10 camper cabins, a campground, and 2 full-service RV parks. All units feature full kitchens or mini-kitchens, and are tastefully appointed in an authentic Native American style. Most units enjoy a spectacular ocean view, and all units are just a stone’s throw from the crashing waves of First Beach.
In order to better facilitate your escape from the chaos of the outside world, there are no televisions nor wi-fi provided in our units. However, should you need it, wi-fi is available around the clock in our designated Wi-Fi Room, located at the southwest corner of the main office.
Great resort, the only disappointment was a didn’t see Jacob! 😉
Absolutely beautiful…. the ocean with the crashing waves are so mesmerizing. Enjoyed walking the beach as well as watching all the surfers. Dog friendly.
Enjoyed ocean views from our RV site. Listening to the waves while drifting into slumber.
Many cabins with ocean views. Driftwood galore.
This is as close to the beach as you can get without parking your rig in the sand. We had spectacular views out our front window.
The sunsets were beautiful. We saw whales and seals. Beach has some awesome huge driftwood and is super dog friendly, also a good surf spot!
There is WiFi in the office area only- and it worked fine but had no cell phone service.
We walked to general store, marina and restaurants. There is so many good hiking trails in the surrounding area. Rialto Beach is a challenging hike due to the sand and pebbles but so worth it. Just wear good hiking boots and take good reef shoes for when you arrive at the hole in the wall. Make sure you go as the tide is going out. Tide pools are interesting to explore. please do not pick up or take starfish, leave them for everyone to enjoy.
There are water hookups, and electricity camping spots. The bathrooms are porta pots but very clean. There are showers but it is a walk from the campground.
This place has been getting more known as the years go by and also recognition from Twilight. This place is gorgeous with lots of room to run around, have bonfires, picnics and play in the sand. I love seeing the sunset especially at this place. Every cabin and campsite I have been to has been very clean. Everyone here was so welcoming and had friendly faces!
Quileute Oceanside Resort is on the Quileute Reservation on the beach. They have hotel type rooms, and RV park, a few spots in the trees for tents and you can tent camp and have fires directly on the beach. This spot is unbelievably beautiful and everyone who lives & works there were extremely nice. There are pay hot showers and a general store. The beach is fantastic.