You will camp where the Hoko River Archaeological Project conducted 9 years of excavations up the river, and your host, Dr. Dale Croes, is the archaeologist who conducted these excavations and worked on the Ozette Archaeological site on the coast. We will have salmon baked on a stick, and shellfish we gather (if open for collecting) for one of our evening meals. The educational experience would include replicating ancient artifacts as found at the 3000 year old Hoko River site, trips to the Makah Museum which houses the famous Ozette collections, hikes out to the ocean cliffs at Cape Flattery and local beaches. If time, we would hike from Lake Ozette and out the plank trail to the actual Ozette Village Archaeological Site.
Seafood and salmon bake