Shilo Inn Tillamook
Travel Blogs from Tillamook
After a late start, after our late night we headed back to tillamook to visit the famous cheese factory. Was very busy but a interesting experience - you get to see over part of their cheese production lines and learn how it goes from milk to vacuum packed cheese. You also get to buy some of their scrummy ice cream - which we all enjoyed! Followed …
... stands as a memory to all the mills once located here- it towers 195 feet into the air); Kilchi's River/ Tillamook Bay where they fish for steelhead and are known for white river rafting); and the Tillamook Cheese Factory.
In the small world department - we were in a park overlooking the water and the Haystack Mn. and a couple walked by us with a Clemson shirt on - Nick made a comment, but they continued on and I ...
... Bay. The RV park is situated down at the docks, we have fishing boats on one side and a logging business on the other. Should make for an interesting night. The last two nights we have stayed in places that did not have WiFi so we were all looking forward to being able to get back on line to update apps and games etc. But tonight's RV park has **** poor strength which has frustrated us all. Especially Lydia. It seemed to be the last straw and ...
Basically got soaked through!!! cycled 40 miles to cape lookout. we stopped for lunch at kelly's crabs hut and got warmed by a massive fire while having a hot chocolate, met a nice family from Arizona who offered us a place to stay. The people have been lovely and normal on the west coast really an amazing place even in the rain. Ahh awoken in the ...
Only did 15 miles which nearly finished us off!! Trying to upload a vid of one of two consecutive hills to show an idea of how high the ascents we are managing are but it's so long it won't condense!! Make it to a lovely cheap hiker-biker camping ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center