Ha Ha..."famous surfing break." :rofl: Hobuck Beach campground is more known for the primitive nature of their outhouses, but it is still a great place to camp. Don't know about the surfperch fishing there, but you might check to see if you need a tribal fishing permit to fish off the beach. I know you need one to fish in the Sooes River, which empties into Mukkaw Bay there. Looks like it would be good, though. I used to ride my longboard there in the smaller summer waves, on occasion. Sometimes a good sandbar would develop off the rivermouth...producing a fun little left in front of the rocks. In the winter, the beach break there sometimes gets good enough to rip on shortboards, especially when the swell is "just right"--(don't ask, as I won't go as far as to divulge the swell size and direction) and the winds are blowing offshore, but it is a "default, last chance" surfing destination we checked out when the better, formerly "secret" spots on the Cape were blown out or too big and gnarly. Have fun. Go out on the Cape Loop and take the boardwalk to the Tatoosh Lookout. Cool little walk. Also, I don't know if the Makahs have settled with the O.N.P. yet on the trail access issue, but we used to pay to park in a tribal members yard and hike in to Shi Shi Beach, which is a nice wild beach to visit.