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My husband and I stopped here after hiking Saddle Mountain. The atmosphere is charming, felt very national park lodge-like. The food was tasty. Enjoyed walking around and looking at the old logging equipment outside, as well as strolling along the little path that is down...More
This a very relaxing places to visit. The museum and view is awesome. Their meals are large enough to feed two people (or take home half for another meal). Plus, the view and museum is great. They even have a gift shop. It is definitely...More
The Camp 18 Museum is rustic and decorated in "logger" style. The menu is in the $8-$15 range for good homestyle food. The gift shop is full of cute memorabilia at typical gift shop prices. There is an interesting logging display outside.
I don’t often write “bad” reviews but we were completely unimpressed by the food and the service at Camp 18. The service was OK and the food was no better. My husband felt the meatloaf had a filler that was not good. My father thought...More
We had planned to eat at cannon beach but it was too busy so we were heading back to Portland when we remembered the signs for this museum and restaurant.
I’m so glad we stopped in, we were here for a couple of hours, really...More