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Camp 18

Mile Marker 18, Hwy 26, Seaside, OR - (503) 755-1818
Posted By Michelle Manios on 10/1/2007 1:08:00 AM
I am originally from Oregon, living in Oklahoma. In all the years I lived in the Portland area and went to the coast I never went to Camp 18, even though everyone I met told me how great it is. When I came home to Oregon to visit my family with my new husband, who had rarely been out of Oklahoma, I vowed we would go to Camp 18. Our anniversary is in December and we had booked a room in Seaside. On the way there we stopped at Camp 18 for breakfast. The dining room was decorated for Christmas, including the largest decorated tree we had ever seen. It was absolutely beautiful. We had a nice corner table with windows overlooking the creek.

I ordered razor clams and eggs and my husband ordered an omelet. My breakfast was wonderful: the razor clams were tender and perfect. My husband, being from Oklahoma, had never heard of having seafood for breakfast. I managed to get him to try the clams and to this day he raves about them and wishes he had ordered them instead of the omelet. We appreciated the attentiveness of the staff. Visiting Camp 18 was one major highlight of my husband's second trip to Oregon.

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
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That's a normal-size dinner plate underneath this cinnamon roll, which is enough breadstuff for three people's breakfasts. A good 2-3 tablespoons of butter are melting fast in the center.
"That's a normal-size dinner plate underneath this cinnamon roll, which is enough breadstuff for three people's breakfasts. A good 2-3 tablespoons of butter are melting fast in the center."
Michael Stern





An extreme close-up of Camp 18's vividly fruity three-berry cobbler. It is served hot, with or without ice cream on top.
"An extreme close-up of Camp 18's vividly fruity three-berry cobbler. It is served hot, with or without ice cream on top."
Michael Stern


The dining room is huge; running overhead is the largest known ridge pole in the United States. Tables down below are made of thick-cut wood and look like they weigh a thousand pounds each.
"The dining room is huge; running overhead is the largest known ridge pole in the United States. Tables down below are made of thick-cut wood and look like they weigh a thousand pounds each."
Michael Stern


Everything in this place relates to logging ... even the carved sculptures on the front door.
"Everything in this place relates to logging ... even the carved sculptures on the front door."
Michael Stern


The theme in this giant log cabin restaurant is <U>wood</U> in all its glory.
"The theme in this giant log cabin restaurant is wood in all its glory."
Michael Stern


Back when logging was a boom business hereabouts, each camp had a number. This logging museum / restaurant is named Camp 18 because it is at Mile Marker 18 on Highway 26.
"Back when logging was a boom business hereabouts, each camp had a number. This logging museum / restaurant is named Camp 18 because it is at Mile Marker 18 on Highway 26."
Michael Stern



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