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Camp 18 Logging Museum & Restaurant, Seaside
Categories: History Museums, Museums
Camp 18 Logging Museum & Restaurant is located in Seaside. Camp 18 Logging Museum & Restaurant is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Seaside Edition.
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Food was great. Seeing the photographs, equipment and size of trees was amazing. I had an urgent need for technology for a work emergency and the true colors of these great people shined through. Woul... read more »
Clam chowder is good. Sometimes the food is a little weird. My husband got canned carrots with his meal. Razor clams were a bit rubbery but average. The taco salad looks magnificent but is not particu... read more »
Excellent place to stop and eat prior to making our way to Seaside. Built on a old logging camp. Lots to see. Food was excellent.
I had the lumberjack burger it was incredible, my wife had the chicken avacado salad it was okay, also got the cinnamon roll and it is to die for ! I had to bring some home as it was too big to finish in a sitting. The food pricing is a buck or two more than most places, but I am happy to pay the difference for how much there is to look at for free. All in all it was an awesome experience..
The breakfast we had on Sunday 8/21/16 was very disappointing. I had not been to Camp 18 for awhile. Years ago it was very good. My chicken fried steak with sausage gravy was not eatable. The gravy was like wallpaper glue. The biscuits were tasteless and doughy. The staffs' reply was, "I'm Sorry". We will not be back for the food. The museum is work viewing. The building is beautiful. Should work on the food.
Great place to stop for a late breakfast or lunch. For was great and the waitress was really nice upstairs. We will definitely stop again if we are ever near it!
This is a beautiful Restaurant/Museum which is built out of logs. The structure is amazing. The history of the people and they're logging heritage is beautifully depicted with lots of artifacts.
Four for the restaurant, five for the building. It's in a beautiful log cabin style lodge in the middle of the forest near a stream. The outside littered with antique logging equipment. The food is pretty good, the menu is varied enough for a family, and the portions are generous. I've always gotten good service.
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