Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Grant funding is in place for the sale of the boat launch and three parking areas at Mason’s Olson’s Resort in Sekiu to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, ensuring public access to the only non-tidal influenced boat launch between Port Angeles and Neah Bay.

Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Grant funding is in place for the sale of the boat launch and three parking areas at Mason’s Olson’s Resort in Sekiu to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, ensuring public access to the only non-tidal influenced boat launch between Port Angeles and Neah Bay.

OUTDOORS: State seeks Sekiu boat launch

Owner wants to ensure public access for future generations

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