Wheeler on the Bay Lodge

Address: 580 Marine, drHighway 101, Wheeler, Oregon, 97147, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 580 Marine, drHighway 101, Wheeler, is near Nehalem Bay State Park, Neahkahnie Mountain, and Shortsands Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Wheeler

      Canon Beach...a treasure map in a gold coin

      A travel blog entry by never2old on Sep 18, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... areas. After this spot of culture grabbing we finally started our road trip proper. First stop the strangely named Canon Beach. Not an offensive weapon insight, but you are provided with a stunning flat sandy beach that stretches for miles and is dominated by a large rock outcrop that provides some fantastic housing for the local seabird population. It really is an impressive piece of geology, but all this was just window dressing to me. Really there was ...

      Night 16: Clams, Finally!

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... a hill above Kelly's Marina on US 101, south of Wheeler, OR. The marina sits on Nehalem Bay and is near places we've camped in years past. It's a little loud here , which is usual for marina camps. Many people who stay in such places have never heard of "quiet hours." The guys have quit drinking down by the RVs below us, but there are two teenage girls talking and playing their music to illustrate their surely important ...

      Lewis and Clark National Park

      A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 06, 2013

      10 photos

      ... t know that Jefferson was very close to Lewis and thought of him as the son he never had). Lewis recruited William Clark to share command of the expedition, and they left from St. Louis on their epic journey up the Missouri River, across the Rockies and down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean. There were only about 48 members of the party and they were able to make only about 20 mileS/day.

      The Lewis & Clark Museum ...

      No Room Left at the Inn

      A travel blog entry by forsterb on Sep 07, 2012

      19 photos

      ... it could be walking through parts of heaven. Just eery images of families and people walking the beach waiting for the fog to clear.
      Here it is 1:00 p.m. and the fog hasn't cleared so we went off to the state park at the north end of the beach to see if that would help - but no - even the surfers had to park themselves on the beach and wait for things to clear.

      Even lunch (chowdaa and wings) didn't help with the ocean fog. I got what ...

      Cheese, cheese, and more cheese

      A travel blog entry by rachelandtodd on Sep 05, 2010

      11 photos

      ... coast, stopping in a variety of small towns and at several overlooks. We took a 35-mile scenic bypass off of US-101 that allowed us to drive right along the coast. Due to a faulty GPS and a misleading map (certainly not the navigator’s fault!), we ended up driving portions of this bypass multiple times in search of an elusive state park. We ultimately found it and were able to enjoy some beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and coves along the shore. ...