Arch Cape Inn & Retreat

Address: 31970 E. Ocean Lane, Arch Cape, Oregon, 97102, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 31970 E. Ocean Lane, Arch Cape, is near Oswald West State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Arch Cape

    A Fun Day Of Touristing Around the Columbia River

    A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... feet above the sea and still continues to watch over the entrance of the Columbia River. There is a large U.S. Coast Guard search and rescue station near the lighthouse with a viewing room in the lighthouse. The officer on duty told us that the Coast Guard monitors every ship, whether commercial or private, going in and out across the treacherous bar to ensure their safety. In one of the pictures, taken from ...

    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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    09/12-9/15 Fort Stevens
    Our next destination after leaving Tillicum Beach was Fort Stevens State Park on the north west tip of the Oregon coast at the mouth of the Colubmia River. However, before we were to arrive at the campground we had a few stops to make along the way. The first was at Depoe Bay to do some whale watching. One of the rangers we spoke to near Tillicum assured us that we would see some gray whales and he was correct. We sat and ...

    Crossing Borders

    A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Aug 29, 2014

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    Finished packing up camp at the crack of 12:30, said our farewells to the camp host, and hit the road. Followed the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway (101) along the Willapa Bay. We decided to continue on 101 to travel by Long Island, Long beach, and through Ilwaco. Along out excursion a seasoned tourist pulled alongside us to make sure everything was okay at one of our routine pitstops. After chatting for ...

    One Day a Desert Rat, the next Day a beach bum

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Jun 01, 2014

    ... Food" when I see it, I eat it!Only minutes from the beach I monitored the sunset possibilities, and dashed out to find a good place to watch. Much of this time ...