Oyhut Bay Resort
Oyhut Bay is the newest resort on the Washington Coast. Encompassing fifty acres, this walkable, bike-able village has a bistro and lounge, coffee and gift shop, yoga and fitness classes, a children’s play area, outdoor gas and wood fire pits.
Adjacent to the property is the popular 683-acre Oyhut Wildlife Recreation Area, set aside by the State of Washington to protect its woodlands, wetlands and tidal flats. Across the street is the Oyhut Canal, part of a 13 mile fresh water canal system dug in the 1960’s. Plans are made for a new dock on the canal, a bike and walking bath to the nearby beach at Damon Point, and a lodge.
Future amenities include a 2nd playground at the north end of the property, a putting green, an indoor swimming pool & fitness center, a teen center, a community garden, and much more.
Building type: Walkable resort village with 36 condominium homes, approximately 230 cottage style homes and 40,000 sf of commercial space planned.
Awards: 2014 Gold Nugget Award Competition; Award of Merit Winner, “On the Boards” catagory
Architect: Cottages-Mike Johnson, Commercial-Various
Our work: Acquired land, developed master plan, currently completing development of project.
Status: Currently being developed into a walkable, bike able beach side village with over 250 homes, and 40,000 sf of retail space.
Address: 400 Salmonberry Lane, Ocean Shores, Washington