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Camp 18 Museum

42362 Highway 26, Seaside, OR
+1 503-755-1818
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US$100.00*
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Oregon Coast Day Trip from Portland: Astoria and Cannon Beach
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42362 Highway 26, Seaside, OR
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This camp is very interesting and has many items from the old logging day in Oregon. It is a small but fun look at how things were done in the early days of logging

Thank brianc00per2159
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Once we were driving back from the beach it stopped here because of the great reviews. The museum was very interesting and all of the old artifacts outside of the restaurant. We had to try the giant cinnamon bun and it was delicious of course...More

Thank Sandra H
Reviewed 6 days ago

A truly unique experience that is not to be missed. The staff is fantastic, the ambiance is historic rustic with excellent food. I would recommend this location to everyone who is traveling anywhere near the area. I did use "location" on purpose. Yes, this is...More

Thank team503modstock
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The restaurant is rightly popular, but for us the highlight was the Museum section both inside and outside. You can stroll around the varied equipment and imagine how it would have been used in industrial days. Great that these items have been preserved.

Thank bsandrs
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Stopped on our way home from Seaside. Not the best of days. Raining consistently. Had breakfast which was very good maybe a little expensive. The restaurant is a beautiful log cabin lodge type building. The grounds are also very pretty even in the rain.

Thank Insulationman
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Tradition to stop here on our way to the beach is always one of our favorite places to go on the way to the beach good breakfast lunch dinner large menu large open space accommodate large groups good place to stop

Thank Juanita H
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Great collection of old equipment. You can just wander around the property, walk along the creek, and enjoy a peaceful, undemanding visit. Old photos and smaller items are in the museum. The decor of the restaurant was fun and fascinating. The food in the restaurant...More

Thank Ciolli_Gleaves
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

Stopped in to eat at the restaurant but walked over to the museum first. Lots of old logging photos, old logging equipment, and train cars. Some areas are wet due to the rain in Oregon but very manageable to get around. If you bring small...More

Thank GEK549
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Don't just drive by this gem! Stop by and look around! It was rainy and we really hesitated but I'm so glad we stopped! The equipment is amazing and the museum is a lovely tribute to the hard working loggers!!

Thank Kelsey T
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Great place to stretch your legs and learn some logging history! Beautiful restaurant, bar and gift shop!

Thank ILOVEBEACHTRIPS
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