Ocean Point Inn & Spa

Address: 79819 Ocean Point Road, Arch Cape, Oregon, 97102, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 79819 Ocean Point Road, Arch Cape, is near Oswald West State Park.
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    Oregon Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jul 26, 2015

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    ... late. The grounds had hot water showers, which was nice. It rained here pretty hard, so I was back to the campgrounds and slept in my tent. The following day, I woke up and started to drive around. I decided to go for a five mile hike. There are some very amazing trails here near the campground at the trailhead parking lot. There are actually three trails (north, south and main trail). I decided to take the main trail to the lookout point ...

    Oregon Coast - Fathers Day

    A travel blog entry by dereck.ramsay on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... several larger tourist beach resorts. There are also many excellent viewpoints and state parks with hiking trails. Ended up in the town of Tillamook which has the a large factory producing cheese, ice cream and dairy products which draws visitors from all over for a tour of the factory and free cheese tasting. Tillamook cheese is a major brand in the U.S. We got to the plant about 6pm and sampled the cheese and ice ...

    Fort Stevens

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... to forego the fire for a quiet walk instead. This is actually one of our favorite activities, just walking around the campgrounds checking out everyone’s setups. This walk started like any other but ended with a nice surprise. We were headed down the last leg of the walk when someone from a small fire shouted to us and asked if we were hungry. It was dark and we could not totally make out the scene but the man continued to ask us if we ...

    Night 16: Clams, Finally!

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... that's probably because it's top blew off in 1980. Not too far south we exited I-5 at Kelso and continued to the lumber shipping mecca of Longview. This rough city sits on the wide Columbia River and is home to international lumber yards. We saw ships being loaded as we crossed the bridge into Oregon. I usually fall asleep for the hour long drive to Astoria, but stayed alert today. The views of St. Helen's from up on the Columbia's ...

    Our first foray into Oregon

    A travel blog entry by happyhod on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... about $60 each we drive back to Meares state park where we observe the birds nesting in the cliff tops from our high vantage point.We head off to Cape Lookout state park but on the way we see loads and loads of
    Sealions on the far shore again just lying there with the odd playful pup swimming about there must be a hundred of them at least split into about seven or eight groups a beautiful sight,we have been so lucky to see some of these things on our own.
    we ...