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38470 N Highway 101

Lilliwaup, WA  98555


Tel: 360-490-4760



You'll find us on one of the state's most scenic roadways, the pacific coast highway 101.


Take the I5 down from Seattle and then the Hwy 101 from Olympia all the way to Mikes.


Or put your feet up for part of the ride and hop on a ferry from Seattle to Bremerton, Seattle to Bainbridge or Edmonds to Kingston then enjoy the picturesque drive to the resort.


Just 160 miles from our neighbors in Portland.


What is the best way to get to you?

You can get to Mikes a variety of ways. From Seattle you can either take the Seattle ferry to Bainbridge or Bremerton then drive the rest of the way. Seattle-Bremerton is one of the most picturesque drives coming through beautiful Union. You can also drive down the I5 South then switch to the 101 North in Olympia and head straight to us. 

Which rooms have a designated parking spot?

 The waterfront Cabins have 1 reserved parking spot each, located just outside the cabin, to the left of the white line that marks the fire lane. All other rooms should park in the main parking lot, up by the highway.

Parking for the Glamping Village tents is just outside the glamping village, please park on the grass.

There are 2 handicap parking spaces inside the glamping village.

Do you have a restaurant onsite?

We do not have a restaurant onsite, there are restaurants within 15 mins drive North or South.

Will my unit have a kitchen?

Most units have kitchenettes which include a microwave, plug in stove top, coffee maker, mini fridge and charcoal BBQ outside. Essential utensils provided (dishes, cups, pots and pans etc).

Are you pet friendly?


Pets are allowed in rooms and cabins but not in the glamping village. We have a pet fee of $50 per stay, per pet. We suggest being careful on the beach at low tide as some of the sharper edged oysters are exposed and can be dangerous for our four-legged friends.  Pets onsite required to be on a leash. 

Do you offer a military discount?


We offer active and retired military a 10% discount, please email a copy of a military ID (even expired will do) and we will reply with a coupon code that you can use when you book a room on our site. 


Will I have access to a fire pit?

We have 3 communal firepits that are first come first serve. Cabin 1 is the only unit with its own private fire pit. We usually have firewood for sale on-site but if you want to be 100% sure we would suggest bringing your own. 

Please check the status of recreational fire restrictions if you are coming in the summer as there can be a burn ban if it is too dry, you can check the status here.

If you are planning to stay during an active fire ban, please bring a propane BBQ as firewood and charcoal use will not be permitted.

What is the deal with the shellfish farm?

Our shellfish farm features oysters and clams and is open for one hour per day at low tide for harvesting. 17 oysters and 30 clams per person per day is the limit. Harvesting is free of charge; however, you will need a shellfish license which can be obtained at most gas stations. Harvesting is only for resort guests that are staying with us. We are marine area 12. There are link to low tide, fishing and crabbing information on our activities page.


What are your closest entrances into the Olympic National Park?

Hamma Hamma rec area is the closest followed by Staircase to the south then Dosewallips and Duckabush Rec areas to the north. I would consult with the Olympic National Park information center to get the best recommendations for your specific needs (trails for kids, pets, different intensities etc). 


Since you are located in a rural area do you frequently experience power outages?

Power outages are most common in the winter months but not a regular occurrence. We do provide flashlights in the case of an outage and they only usually last anywhere from 30 minutes to a couple of hours. 


What is there to do on-site?


In addition to the shellfish farm we have kayaks and paddle boats for rent, communal firepits for campfires, BBQs for outdoor cooking, a children’s swing set, a dock for fishing as well as plenty of open space to enjoy the great outdoors and relax. Lawn games also available to check out free of charge. 

Any activities for the kids?

We do have a nature scavenger hunt available for the kiddos (request in office), we encourage parents to bring painting materials to paint rocks, we have plenty of oyster shells for oyster shell arts and crafts. Smores are always a hit around a campfire as well. There are plenty of age specific nature inspired play ideas available online sure to help make their time spent in nature one to remember. There are two story tails available to enjoy, one located at the Hoodsport Trail and the other at the Brinnon School. 


What are the closest towns to you?


Brinnon is closest but Hoodsport is the largest. Hoodsport has gas, a grocery store, café, wineries, restaurants and souvenir shops. Hoodsport coffee has the most amazing line up of local ice cream imaginable. 


Is there Wi-Fi?


We have Wi-Fi available right outside of the office, at the fire pits common area, and in all the cabins, rooms, and glamping tents. 


Mikes beach resort is listed as a dive spot. Do you offer classes?


We do not, however YSS Dive in Hoodsport does offer classes and frequently hold them out here at Mikes. We do have easy access into the water, the capacity to fill your air tanks as well as access to the popular Flag Pole Point dive site.  Day passes are available for scuba divers that would like to dive at the resort but aren't planning to stay in our accommodations, the day pass fee is $35.00 per diver/ per day.


What fishing opportunities do you have a Mikes?


We have seasonal crabbing, shrimping and fishing available with the shellfish farm open year-round. I would suggest consulting with the department of fish and wildlife website to see what is currently open for Marine area 12 north of Ayock point. Corresponding licenses required. Be sure to do your research and bring the appropriate gear.  There are links to low tide, fishing and crabbing information on our activities page.

Can I launch my boat at Mikes?

We do have a boat launch and limited moorage available. The launch is quite tight and doesn’t accommodate very large boats (20 foot or under only). Triton Cove state park is a few miles north and can accommodate larger boats. The boat launch fee is $30.00 (Self launch) and includes trailer parking.

Boat Moorage is $30.00 per day.

What time is check-in and check out.

Check-in is after 4pm, check out is 10am.

What is your cancellation policy?

October through April, all cancellations require at least 7 days notice, there are no refunds on cancellations made within 7 days of date of arrival.  May through September, all cancellations require at least 14 days notice, there are no refunds on cancellations made within 14 days of date of arrival. Cancellations made within approved window will be refunded, minus a 10% admin fee. 

ALL REQUESTS TO CANCEL RESERVATION must be sent in the form of an email to with CANCEL in the subject line. 

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