Camp 18 Logging Museum & Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 42362 Highway 26

    Seaside, OR 97138

    Map & Directions
  • 503-755-1818

About Camp 18 Logging Museum & Restaurant

Hours
Fri-Sat 7am-9pm

Food

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The regular menu is a little pricey, but the sunday brunch is the best! It is only served during the summer months so it is great on a sunday ride home! Leave Seaside in the morning, 10ish and stop for brunch. Great setting, nice and woody feel. Very relaxing!

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The regular menu is a little pricey, but the sunday brunch is the best! It is only served during the summer months so it is great on a sunday ride home! Leave Seaside in the morning, 10ish and stop for brunch. Great setting, nice and woody feel. Very relaxing!

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right on the side of 26, this restaurant/ logging museum is worth a visit. stop in for a hearty meal served by the always pleasant staff and wander around outside to look at old-time logging equipment or just walk along the creek.

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right on the side of 26, this restaurant/ logging museum is worth a visit. stop in for a hearty meal served by the always pleasant staff and wander around outside to look at old-time logging equipment or just walk along the creek.

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A combination restaurant and old-time logging museum, this is well worth the time to pull over. Their menu is heavy with meats, and their meatloaf was excellent. The table near me had a round of steaks, and they smelled fabulous.

Unlike most modern restaurants, they have plenty of space inside and even have room between tables for a stroller, wheelchair, or high chair.

PROS: Great food, fun logging antiques
CONS: Far from town

4
★★★★☆

A combination restaurant and old-time logging museum, this is well worth the time to pull over. Their menu is heavy with meats, and their meatloaf was excellent. The table near me had a round of steaks, and they smelled fabulous.

Unlike most modern restaurants, they have plenty of space inside and even have room between tables for a stroller, wheelchair, or high chair.

PROS: Great food, fun logging antiques
CONS: Far from town

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This place rocks in atmosphere!!! They've got animals mounted on the walls and carvings all overt the place. The meal portions are huge and you couldn't finish the whole plateful if you tried. It's a bit on the pricey side but worth at least one trip there in a lifetime.

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This place rocks in atmosphere!!! They've got animals mounted on the walls and carvings all overt the place. The meal portions are huge and you couldn't finish the whole plateful if you tried. It's a bit on the pricey side but worth at least one trip there in a lifetime.

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This is such a neat place filled with historical logging artifacts both inside and out the dining experience is fun! Friendly waitstaff and great food you won't be leaving hungry!!! Prices are reasonable and food is great. They make a HUGE burger that is like 8" around and high enough that you need to take several bites to get through one layer but it sure tastes great!!

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This is such a neat place filled with historical logging artifacts both inside and out the dining experience is fun! Friendly waitstaff and great food you won't be leaving hungry!!! Prices are reasonable and food is great. They make a HUGE burger that is like 8" around and high enough that you need to take several bites to get through one layer but it sure tastes great!!

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This local fixture is a must-stop if you're coming or going to the coast via Hwy. 26. The restaurant and gift shop are made from huge logs and give it the rustic atmosphere of the Pacific Northwest. They make a good hamburger and fixin's. Also, visit the gift shop and check out the trail and river behind the restaurant.

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CONS: Can get very busy on the weekends

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★★★★☆

This local fixture is a must-stop if you're coming or going to the coast via Hwy. 26. The restaurant and gift shop are made from huge logs and give it the rustic atmosphere of the Pacific Northwest. They make a good hamburger and fixin's. Also, visit the gift shop and check out the trail and river behind the restaurant.

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CONS: Can get very busy on the weekends

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Camp 18 is, without a doubt, a true Oregon classic. It's situated on Hwy 26, and is a must for anyone traveling to or from the coast. A rustic setting, great food, and lots of character make it a definite favorite!

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Camp 18 is, without a doubt, a true Oregon classic. It's situated on Hwy 26, and is a must for anyone traveling to or from the coast. A rustic setting, great food, and lots of character make it a definite favorite!

Pros: Good food, Good value, Ambience

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Having traveled extensively toward the Oregon coast, we have had the opportunity to eat at Camp 18 several times. It may be the finest restaurant you can dine at before you get into the coast or after you leave it. Food is delicious. The seafood, the homestyle, the brunch. While the wait can be long, it can be made shorter by getting there on a Sunday before 10am and after 2pm. The sheer magnitude of the building will make you forget you are waiting. The trail out back can be an adventure in itself. The food is great. The place is great. Try it.

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★★★★★

Having traveled extensively toward the Oregon coast, we have had the opportunity to eat at Camp 18 several times. It may be the finest restaurant you can dine at before you get into the coast or after you leave it. Food is delicious. The seafood, the homestyle, the brunch. While the wait can be long, it can be made shorter by getting there on a Sunday before 10am and after 2pm. The sheer magnitude of the building will make you forget you are waiting. The trail out back can be an adventure in itself. The food is great. The place is great. Try it.

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We stumbled across Camp 18 while on our way to the ocean. The buffet served on the weekend is about $11. The buffet table [which is a tree trunk sawed in half, length wise] was stacked full of fresh fruits, muffins, salads, waffles, pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, biscuits and gravy, Salisbury Steak, ribs, hand carved ham & roast beef, fried calamari, etc. The menu will change but there is always a huge amount of great food and deserts that come with the meal. Since the first visit we have always made a point to stop for brunch on our way to the coast. Heck we've even driven there just for the buffet with no ocean visit! It really is outstanding and worth the wait to get in!

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We stumbled across Camp 18 while on our way to the ocean. The buffet served on the weekend is about $11. The buffet table [which is a tree trunk sawed in half, length wise] was stacked full of fresh fruits, muffins, salads, waffles, pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, biscuits and gravy, Salisbury Steak, ribs, hand carved ham & roast beef, fried calamari, etc. The menu will change but there is always a huge amount of great food and deserts that come with the meal. Since the first visit we have always made a point to stop for brunch on our way to the coast. Heck we've even driven there just for the buffet with no ocean visit! It really is outstanding and worth the wait to get in!

Pros: Great Atmosphere, Fabulous Food, Nice Surroundings

Cons: Long Wait On Weekends

 

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