La Push Beach is a series of three beaches near the community of La Push, Washington, on the Pacific coast. First Beach, the northernmost beach, is 14 miles from the town of Forks, Washington. The crescent shape beach brings in driftwood that makes it dangerous to stand in the water. Within walking distance are a few homes of members of the Quileute Indian Tribe which is where the beach is located, the Quileute Indian Reservation.
There are two U.S. Coast Guard boats out in the water doing training drills.
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