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Camp 18

Mile Marker 18, Hwy 26, Seaside, OR - (503) 755-1818
Posted By Peter Simpson on 1/14/2009 4:12:00 PM
I am a local and I'm sorry to say Camp 18 has gone downhill in the last four to five years. I took some guests to Camp 18 for lunch. I told them it was worth the drive because the food is great. I was never so embarrassed.

The food was terrible, greasy, and inedible. The waitress did nothing but complain about her coworker who didn't show up for work the last three days. The service was as bad as the food.

The gift shop is full of junk; dated worthless trinkets and, given the economy, I don't think anyone is really going to buy any of it. Sorry to say this is one I am marking off my list. I will never eat here again, nor will I recommend it to anyone.

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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





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


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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