Located on the Tokeland Peninsula, the town of Tokeland is a quiet seaside village. The area is named for Chief Toke of the Chehalis Tribe who used the area as his family summer home, and is home to the Shoalwater Bay Indian Reservation. Crabbing, fishing, and clam digging (when in season) are popular activities for visitors to Tokeland.

Boats may be launched at the Tokeland Marina. TokelandÕs beaches provide scenic opportunities for beachcombing, kite flying, storm watching, and whale watching. Tokeland is the southernmost point of the "Cranberry Coast", a series of towns on the Washington Coast that are home to productive cranberry bogs.


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Wind0.45 m/s
Cloudiness70 %
Temperature (min/max)7/7 °C
Pressure1013 hpa
Humidity91 %
Last update: 06 Mar 2021 @ 16:31

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