The Makah Tribe welcomes you to our Neah Bay resort.
We will be splitting the reservation for 2023 into three parts. January 4th at 10 am for dates January 3rd to June 30th. January 18th at 10 am for dates July 1st – December 31st. This DOES NOT include Makah Day weekend. Any voicemail messages received prior to 10 am will not taken. Please leave only one voicemail starting at 10 am. Makah Day weekend, August 25-27, 2023 reservations will begin at 9 am on Thursday, February 2nd.
All times are Pacific Standard Time.
RECREATION PERMITS are required on the reservation. The cost is $20 per vehicle per calendar year.
Welcome to the Cape Resort! This Neah Bay Resort is one of two Tribal Enterprise Businesses that hosts accommodations for guests visiting Neah Bay, Washington on the Makah Reservation. We are centrally located downtown, close to shopping, restaurants, the Makah Marina and many other journeys here at the beginning of the world. Neah Bay is an exceptional destination for surfing, hiking, birding, kayaking, fishing and many other adventures. The community is surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Pacific Northwest consisting of rocky cliffs, chameleon waters, marine wildlife, bird populations, and mountain vistas. Stay here at our Neah Bay resort and make it your base camp for your holiday.
A Convenient, Beautiful Location for a Neah Bay Resort Getaway
The Cape Resort is situated downtown Neah Bay. From town, you can look out over the Strait of Juan de Fuca past the breakwater that protects the Makah Marina. Walk across the street to access the beaches of the Bay. A scenic, 15 minute drive will take you to beaches along the Pacific Ocean. Our office is conveniently located at the Cape Resort entrance. If you have any questions, please come in and say “Hi.” Don’t forget to check out our merchandise for sale.
The Mission of Our Neah Bay Resort
“It is the goal of the management and staff of The Cape Resort to provide a positive first impression of the community with a friendly and appreciative atmosphere for customers and daily visitors, a positive work environment, and a profitable business for the Makah Tribe.”