In the early 1900s the beach communities that line the coast from Ocean Shores to Moclips were ranching, lumber and fishing settlements and before that the homeland of the Quinault people. This little museum is full of donated artifacts and beachcomber finds including items that were swept into the ocean when the 2011 tsunami hit the Japanese coast.
The entrance to the museum has double doors. Both must be opened for wheelchair access. The ramp does not have a landing. The museum is a bit cramped so it isn’t completely wheelchair accessible but plans are in the works for a move to a new, larger building.
RVs will fit in the lot on the south side of the building.