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Camp 18 Logging Museum & Restaurant reviews
I was coming back from the beach and decided to stop here and check it out. I loved the history here and I would have given this 5 stars for that but I had a late lunch and wasn't impressed with the..... more
I was coming back from the beach and decided to stop here and check it out. I loved the history here and I would have given this 5 stars for that but I had a late lunch and wasn't impressed with the..... more »
This is an amazing place, beautiful log building. The food was great, and atmosphere made it just wonderful. We will be back.
This is an amazing place, beautiful log building. The food was great, and atmosphere made it just wonderful. We will be back. more »
This is an amazing place to eat known for their cinnamon rolls. There are several old logging pictures around the buldiing and the outside has a nice collection of old logging equipment. A...
This is an amazing place to eat known for their cinnamon rolls. There are several old logging pictures around the buldiing and the outside has a nice collection of old logging equipment. A... more »
We called ahead made a reservation and went for lunch. Plenty of parking spaces. The kids had fun taking pictures and looking around. My kids enjoyed the waffle. I ordered a garden burger. The burger was good but the onion ring was extremely oil with an aftertaste. We would hardly eat the onion rings. Except for onion rings, everything else (service, food, ambiance) was good
This place has a special place in my heart. I have a lot of logging family. The food is hit and miss; sometimes it's great, sometimes I have to send it back. The staff is understanding. They are also friendly and good servers. You get really large portions. I love the beef stew with cornbread. Today we had the biscuits and gravy combination, unfortunately it was unpleasant. I'll try again next time. The property has some really cool old looking tools and equipment. Large display of logging tractors pullies and etc. Also a touching memorial for fallen logging greats.
We love coming here with the kids to eat - always great food and service - and explore the logging museum, river behind the restaurant and check out the old equipment around the grounds. This time I tried the grilled cheese with all the fixings...oh my, so great!! Perfectly salted and an abundance of Tillamook cheese. Fries were perfect and golden. We also ordered fish and chips, which were excellent. (Picture is dark, sorry)
Good food, but a little pricey. I didn’t find the food to be anything extravagant, but it was tasty. Cool place though if you’re just passing through! Kielbasa skillet was great as well as the Denver omelette.
This place was amazing, the food and the cabin-like setting. It was fully decked out in wooden interior which perfectly fit the country music and food. The entree is an average of $16 but their serving can fill up to two skinny people. A friend showed me this place and I will be coming back, hopefully!
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