Moclips is a small coastal town full of history and adventures.
|You can stay in the cabin where convicted spy Christopher Boyce, made famous in the movie "The Falcon and the Snowman",
hid during his escape from California. Or see "shake rats", locals from generational timber families compete in cedar
shake cutting, chain-untangling, "block" chopping and more.
Visit Analyde Gap where the final scene in 'McQ' was filmed, go horseback riding, spend the day at a kite contest or
san sculpture competition. Camp at Pacific Beach State Park, hike, sea kayak, clam - in season, surf fish, visit the
Museum of the North Beach and the Quinault Indian Reservation.
Catch a brilliant sunset, watch a myriad of birds, beach comb, and dine in a beachside restaurant. Dreamers, explorers, historians,
families and individuals will all relish a visit to Moclips. Small coastal town on the edge of the Quinault Indian Nation.
Home of the zany Kelper's Parade and Celebration.