There is nothing better than taking an adventure to the Oregon’s countryside.
On this adventure, we had fun with a visit to Camp 18 Restaurant and the Logging Museum.
Camp 18 Restaurant and Logging Museum is a great place to visit along Highway 26 and Humbug Creek.
We enjoyed a cold drink, along with a delicious meal, and did not pass up dessert. I cheated and took some of my fish in a to-go box home with me, so I had room for the marionberry cobbler.
There are wood carvings of loggers and wild animals all around the grounds for you to find.
After you had a lovely meal, it is time to discover the grounds and gift shop.
Oregon has always relied on the logging industry. From the 1800s to the 1970s, logging was the main staple of Oregon’s economy.
During the early years, logging equipment used was with horses, mules, many types of hand tools and steam equipment.
As you are exploring the grounds, you will see many types of logging equipment from years gone bye.
It is very relaxing to take a stroll as you explore the equipment and follow the path down to Humbug Creek.
It is a sweet day when you can take your time and embrace your surrounding and discover another place in Oregon.
When you are exploring see if you can find the Monmouth Elephant hiding along the waters edge of Humbug Creek.
Give us a call if you would like to join us for an Oregon adventure.
We do have fun in Oregon!
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