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Camp 18 Logging Museum & Restaurant, Seaside

(4.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • 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 ...  more »
  • A fun place to let the kids run around on your way back from the beach. Breaks up the drive and the adults can get some coffee. 
  • Stopped there twice over the weekend, family had never seen anything like it before, food was great both times, so was service, history is unbelievable and something everyone should stop and see 
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  • I have mixed feelings about this restaurant. Some times the food is really good and the service is excellent. But other times I have been here it was nasty and cold. The servers were rude. You will have to try it for your self. Its totally hit or miss.
  • I wish you could give 1/2 stars... (3 1/2) This is a fun place to take the kids. You get a lot of food and the breakfast I had was pretty decent (you can't screw up eggs right?) The atmosphere and the surrounding grounds and creek make it more than just a place to grab a bite. It's definitely a place where you can take a break from driving and let the kids get a full belly and tired out from running around. It will ensure a quieter drive afterwards.
  • 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 food and staff were friendly, and the atmosphere was very nice. The only problem I had was that there internet connection is not good, due to them being out in the woods off the highway and they use an iPad for their transactions so I got charged twice for my meal. However after talking to the account manager about the situation she refunded my money, so that was very nice of her. I thank you for that. It's very appreciated. I would recommend this restaurant to others.
  • A very interesting place to see and to have a meal. For those who love history it is a great place to explore before or after a meal. Servings are huge! And delicious, too!