Second Beach in Olympic National Park is Quileute Land

Olympic Second Beach

{Second Beach at Olympic National Park originally posted by US Interior} kʷoʔlí·yot’ Land. Second Beach is part of the ancestral homeland of the Quileute Nation and borders their reservation at La Push, Washington. Although they lost most of their land in the Treaty of Olympia in 1856, like many tribes, they retained hunting, fishing, and gathering rights throughout all of their ceded territory. This give the Quileute overlapping resource sovereignty along much of the Olympic coast including Second Beach. When you visit, respect Quileute land and sovereignty. #publiclandisnativeland