La Push, Washington

La Push is an even smaller town than Forks - it's the reservation of the Quileute tribe, and almost all of the people living there are of Quileute nationality. La Push is approximately ten to fifteen miles away from Forks. The reservation borders the coast and boasts breathtaking views of cliffs, beach, and the sea. Like Forks, there's a lot of trees, but not a whole lot to do, aside from enjoying nature. There is a historical tribute to the tribe there and a few trails off the beach. La Push has its own tribal school and its own government of Elders that take care of matters on the reservation.



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