Attend Events at Muckleshoot

Planning to attend the Canoe Journey related events at Muckleshoot Tribe.  

The gatherings are taking place at Muckleshoot Tribe, near
Auburn, WA.
 

 Photo by Rob Casey. Copyright 2006. Use with permission.  Tribal Journey 2006 - Paddle to Muckleshoot logo Elwha canoes - Skippers Phil Charles and Al Charles, Jr. 

Things are going on all day, and much of the night: songs, stories, presentations, ceremonies, plus feasting and venders booths to shop. 

Here are some links that you may wish to use as a resource. 

Event Grounds General Map at Muckleshoot. 

Detailed Maps of where things are located: events, food, restrooms, camping, parking, etc. 

Canoe Journey Map  where the canoes traveled. 

PADDLE JOURNEYs of thePacific Northwest tells some of the history and logistics of native canoe journeys.

CANOE-INFO on Native Canoe Journeys how to prepare, what to expect, how to help.

 Hope this helps, and hope you enjoy the times with the Canoe Journey events.  

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5 Responses

  1. IT WOULD BE COOL TO SEE SOME VIDEO FOOTAGE OF THE CANOE JOURNEY, ESPECIALLY THE PART WHEN WE WERE ALL IN THE BALLARD LOCKS! IT WAS SO OVERWHELMINGLY BREATHTAKING FROM INSIDE OUR CANOE, AND I WOULD LOVE TO GET SOME FOOTAGE OF WHAT IT LOOKED LIKE FROM ABOVE? ANY FOOTAGE OF THAT LAST LEG OF THE JOURNEY WOULD BE COOL TO SEE!

    IF ANYONE COULD DO ANYTHING ABOUT THAT OR EMAIL ME SOME THAT WOULD BE TIGHT

  2. I really enjoyed the journey. I paddled the from Fort Gamble to Suquamish. I had to come home because my brother was sick and they thought he would not make it. But he is alive and well. I was wondering if anyone has any pictures they could share with me. It would be greatly appreciated. I am from Ahousat BC in Canada. Thank you

  3. I want to say that the Muckleshoot tribe did a GREAT! jog hsting the 2006 Tribal Journeys. Thank you for all your love and care

    your friend
    Sara Parker
    Skipper of the makah Humminbird

  4. wow , awesome journey, so in joyed it in the usa , am from canada, so enjoyed every thing, cooking , people , and the hosting of Muckleshoot Tribe, Thank you so much for awesome time chardelle

  5. I wanted to take the time to write and let you folks know how much I enjoyed the canoejourney festivities hosted by Muckleshoot Tribe. I am especially proud, as Dawnda Nahanee is my niece. You all worked so hard and I have to say that all that I experienced during this past weekend, everything went smoothly. Staff were very helpful and courteous along with the many, many volunteers. Thank you so much for everything.

    Luv and prayers to all
    Barbara “Halat” Daniel

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