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Hubby and I stayed here for an overnight trip from Portland. We had the best time!
If you want a unique experience, this is your place. From the vintage travel trailers, to the little cabin we stayed in, to the rooms at the inn itself,...More
This is the place for you if you're into vintage camping trailers and of all sizes. Stayed for a night in a trailer from 1950 that was in stellar condition with what appeared to be all original everything from the cabinets to the gas stove....More
We got into town late, expecting to camp in the state park at Cape Disappointment. No such luck. Campground FULL! The staff were helpful and gave us a list of other campgrounds and we ended up at Sou'wester. We got in late and it was...More
The Sou'Wester is comfort camping with a vintage feel. All the rooms are made to be rustic with style. Our cabin felt so cozy with the kitchen table and record player in the living room. If it weren't a wedding weekend I could see kicking...More
This is a quirky but fun and relaxing destination. As others have said you must be flexible and open minded to the experience. We stayed in one of the vintage trailers for one night, enjoying a super clean, soft comfortable bed, thick warm comforter, lovely...More
There is an RV park, but sites are pretty much next to each other. As far as I could see, there are no pull throughs with any privacy, but your Bambi Airstream would fit. I stayed in one of the RVs that they have for rent... More
There is an RV park, but sites are pretty much next to each other. As far as I could see, there are no pull throughs with any privacy, but your Bambi Airstream would fit. I stayed in one of the RVs that they have for rent, and I think only the one I had (the picnic trailer) had any privacy. Good luck!