Love the new fallen loggers memorial. Such a nice place to just stroll around. Love the areas with the creek right there.
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Stopped on our way to Seaside. Beautiful location right off of 26. It has a huge area to walk around to view old logging equipment from the past and a beautiful trail in the back the travels along the creek. A great way to walk...More
The food is good, buty the cinammon rolls are the best. Buy four and share them with your neighbors. That should serve anout 16 people! Great logging museum all around the camp. Don't miss the Green Oregon Elephant! And see how many Sasquatches you can...More
Traveling from Portland Airport to Seaside, we came upon this very interesting restaurant/ Museum. We had to stop!! We were starved!! The two cookies and a bag of almonds had long served their purpose. The building was amazing! The structure was beautiful! The history was...More
Driving toward Sisters, Oregon, we stopped at Camp 18 for breakfast. My husband's meal was yummy, but, my cinnamon roll was gigantic! I had no idea of the same when ordered. it was the best cinnamon roll ever! A must stop at this remarkable place.
My husband and I stopped here on our way to our hotel, and it was... okay. The building is pretty cool, and they have an awesome are you can walk around and explore, as well as having a decent gift shop but... the food sucks...More
We stopped on chance and it was kind of cool. My father in law was very knowledgeable about much of the logging industry that this place features. The building itself is impressive. Not a bad stop on the way to or from the coast.