Whiskey Creek Beach Resort is located near the northwest corner of the Olympic Peninsula, in Washington State, overlooking the Salish Sea – Strait of Juan de Fuca. (20 water miles south of Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada) It is a small resort – only five (5) “vacation cabins”. Nice and peaceful.
Very quiet and serene location with a salt water beach foreground and an Evergreen Forest background. Far away from traffic noise. The waves do make a great ” go to sleep” sound.
Resident eagles, sea otter, occasional deer, and lots of sea birds. Rock beach with variety of rocks and driftwood.
Advance reservations are required. No day use.
To Find us:
From Port Angeles WA, take highway 101 west toward Forks. Go about 6 miles. At highway 112 turn right to go to Joyce WA. Travel about 9 miles. (Stop at The Joyce General Store to pick-up your cabin keys.) Continue west 3 miles and turn right on Whiskey Creek Beach Road. Stay on Whiskey Creek Beach road until the asphalt turns left. (don’t turn) Go straight ahead on the gravel road and follow the signs.
At the gate, you will see the big root. Open the gate and you are there. Close the gate behind you. Lookout cabin is straight ahead. Camp hosts are on the left with all the flowers and big deck. Go right through the next gate to Rockhound, Chateau, Drift Inn, and Sea Shanty.
Life is Good!