We are descendants of the maritime people who lived and prospered along the southernmost shores of the inland Salish Sea for untold centuries.
Because of our strong cultural connection with the water, we are also known as the “People of the Water.”
Welcome! We are honored by your presence!
We are proud to work with these organizations:
NorthWest Tribal Tourism – Co-Chair, A consortium of 10 Indian Tribes located along the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas; NWTT also manages the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway (Highway 101 from Olympia, around the loop to the Oregon border).
American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association – Marketing Chair, Native tourism organization to benefit the Tribes of the US.
Washington Tourism Alliance – Board Member & Long Term Funding Governance Task Force Business/industry website to replace the state’s tourism program, which was defunded, Native representative
National Scenic Byway Foundation – Board Member & Capacity Building Committee. Industry website to assure that the scenic byway program thrives and continues (the federal program has been defunded), Tribal representative.
Shelton/Mason Chamber of Commerce
Lacey Chamber of Commerce
Olympia/Thurston Chamber of Commerce
Tumwater Chamber of Commerce
Olympia | Lacey | Tumwater & Convention Bureau
Explore Hood Canal
Mason County Economic Development Council
Thurston County Economic Development Council
Port of Olympia
Puget Sound Energy