Sea Sprite on the Estuary

Address: 372 N Spruce St, Cannon Beach, Oregon, 97110-3203, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 372 N Spruce St, Cannon Beach, is near Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Crescent Beach, and Tillamook Rock Lighthouse.
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        Travel Blogs from Cannon Beach

        Oregon's North Coast

        A travel blog entry by tswine on Sep 29, 2014

        14 photos

        ... it started raining just as we got to the the RV park at Cannon Beach. Even worse, we had a very uneven site and tried unsuccessfully for at least an hour to use our automatic leveling system. The RV went up and down, groaning and listing (or maybe that was me groaning) as the jacks lifted the wheels off the ground trying to level the RV. (The wheels lifting off the ground would prove to be a future problem.) We gave up on that site and moved across ...

        Visiting Dawn's 48th state

        A travel blog entry by jose.dawn on Jun 24, 2014

        112 photos

        ... with its bronze statue of Lewis and Clark and their dog, Seaman, which made the whole journey with them! The Salt Works were important to the expedition since salt was vital for preserving the food during the winter and their travels. Cannon Beach was our destination for the evening. We stayed at Tolovana Inn, and devoured homemade chili and clam chowder soup at Bill's Tavern, the only restaurant that hadn't rolled up its sidewalks yet! ...


        A travel blog entry by jldavol on Jun 02, 2014

        1 comment, 25 photos

        ... from earlier in the day. Ten of us decided to dine at the fashionable “Stephanie Inn” just down the road. When we called in our reservation for the evening we were asked if we were older than twelve!? This got a rip roaring laugh from Car#1! This place is advertised as $$$$, Continental food and diners enjoy a romantic view of Haystack Rock. I was a little miffed when our view was of the street and no Haystack ...

        Sea Lions and Starfish

        A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 19, 2013

        28 photos

        ... sea lions! We headed over to the Port of Astoria parking lot and went to the shore to see the sea lions lying out on a dock. There was one dock that we could walk out on to get a little closer, but unfortunately, we were still a good distance away. Although we couldn’t see them well, we could certainly hear them. I used a 200-mm lens to get some decent shots of them and then we got ready to leave Astoria.

        Doin' the Oregon Coast

        A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Aug 19, 2013

        1 comment, 5 photos

        Yesterday we rolled out of Washington State with our trip OD just turning over 2000 miles. After leaving Fort Casey we drove it hard through the state, past Seattle toward a campground we had read about near Mt. Rainier, but alas the road was closed (so that's what that symbol means on the GPS!) and we had to regroup. We didn’t want to go to Tacoma and equally wanted to stay off of I-5. Pressing southwest from there, we ended up in Centralia. ...