We did not eat here but walked in to get a drink to go and the inside of the log building is beautiful. The grounds around take you by a creek area in the back with birds and flowers then to the one side you have the logging machines of days gone by. Fun to explore and stretch your legs... 更多
We stopped here on our way back from seeing the ocean, it was a very neat place to stop and see some history. I would recommend stopping here if you are traveling to/front Seaside Oregon back to Portland, Oregon area. They also have a restaurant which we did not check out.
We left Seaside heading home on Hwy 26, intending to stop at Camp 18 for breakfast on our way...what a great decision!!! First time there, and it exceeded every expectation, from great coffee to great food to a great server to a table near the fireplace...just like a mountain lodge! Loved the real axes used as restroom door handles! Put... 更多
After lunch at Camp 18, we asked about the Museum and the cashier told us that it really wasn't much of a museum, but we could go downstairs and look around. It was dark with only the light from a sliding glass door. The small room that actually contained objects was locked, but we could see a few things through... 更多
Camp 18 is truly one-of-a-kind experience and restaurant...and perhaps, the world's largest hand-built log structure! Surrounded by trees and flanked by a gurgling stream, every nook and cranny, both inside and out, is crammed with "eye candy". The Building: Is filled with historic logging photographs and logging memorabilia, and the cozy & warm fireplace is the perfect spot for a... 更多
We gave enjoyed walks along the beautiful river and though all the large equipment on display. One day I will have a party down stairs in the great room!!!
I drove right by this place in the middle of NO WHERE! and a machine caught my eye so I U-Turned and I am so glad I did. This man has got the most amazing collection for visitors to see and touch all for Free. We did not eat here we just toured the facility. Kids will absolutely love this... 更多
Known for Cinnamon rolls the size of a salad plate. Great hearty big breakfasts. Wonderful structure and atmosphere. What it advertises to be. Good value for big eaters. To windy to check out much of the out logging structures.