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Our timeless presence in this area has
given us a deep appreciation for this place

The land, rivers, sea, and sky brought our ancestors everything they needed to thrive here. The same is true today. This special place and the things it offers still supports our Tribe and provides visitors and residents with a wonderful place to live and thrive. Come and find out for yourself!

Our History

Shoalwater Bay Tribe Builds Evacuation Tower to Provide Tsunami Safety for Community

May 20, 2020

From earthquakes to tsunamis, the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe has a lot to worry about it. Sitting on the edge of two tectonic plates, these threats could strike at any moment.

To prepare for this possibility, they made a plan to build a tower that would withstand destructive waves and shaking ground.

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Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo from August 4, 1955 Photo Credit: WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Aerial photo of Tokeland area taken on August 4, 1955 Photo Courtesy of the WA DNR

Scenery from Eagle Hill Road

A Community Connected

As you travel around Tokeland and Shoalwater Bay Tribe ancestral lands, you will feel connected to the greater community through interaction with our people and our business enterprises. Whether you are interested in gaming at the Shoalwater Bay Casino, dining at North Cove, relaxing at Tradewinds on the Bay, or exploring the natural world by hiking, fishing or boating, our lands will restore your wellbeing as they do ours. You are welcome here!

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Experience The Culture

This website exists for Tribal members and reservation residents to access the many services and programs provided by the Tribe. The goal of this website is to improve the health, safety and wellness for our people. That goal extends to our neighbors, as well. Learn about our history and enterprises. Visit our Shoalwater Bay Heritage Museum and experience the culture and hospitality of the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe. We are proud of who we are, where we live and work, and would love to share it with you.

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Tribal members and family learning to weave during a General Council family event 1