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Tillamook Forest Center

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Tillamook Forest Center

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45500 Wilson River Hwy, Tillamook, OR 97141-9193
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This day trip is a customized tour along a section of rugged coastline along Oregon's northern coast. There will be one or two town stops, and multiple stops at headlands and beaches. After your pickup in Portland, we'll discuss the interests of people in the group, and your guide will customize the itinerary to those interests. Regardless of interests, the trip will include driving the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway with a short hike through oldgrowth Sitka spruce forest, beach time, tide pools, sea stacks, viewpoint stops, and a lunch stop in a charming coastal town. If group interest allows, stops with a more technological history focus may be made, such as the Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook Creamery (currently closed due to COVID-19), or Camp 18. <br><br> - Please be prepared for whatever the weather may be when your tour runs <br> (e.g. rain gear, sunglasses, hat, extra layers, sunscreen).<br> - Wear shoes that you don't mind getting sandy and wet.
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nwtraveller5 wrote a review May 2020
Portland, Oregon12 contributions2 helpful votes
A high-quality presentation for children and adults alike, with inter-active, educational displays that leave you with a respect for nature’s power and resilience.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Just visiting wrote a review Oct 2019
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This was a great stop and there is a wealth of information as well as some good hiking trails. We did one that anyone could do and enjoyed the beautiful scenery. The staff is very knowledgeable and we learned a lot about an area we had never visited before. Definitely worth the time to take this in. We didn't allow enough time. The gates close at 4 pm on the amazing footbridge.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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smlhsr wrote a review Sep 2019
San Francisco, CA30 contributions6 helpful votes
We stopped at the forest center about which we knew nothing and found ourselves delighted that we had stopped. It is creatively designed with interactive exhibits for kids of all ages,even those in their 60's and 70s. We learned a lot that we never new that we didn't know about the depression, about the contributions of previously unemployed people, about those in prison and about volunteers throughout the years. What an education we got from the movie, the exhibits and walking the an the outside trails. The center is hidden gem!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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MrsJL1 wrote a review Aug 2019
Houston, Texas17 contributions2 helpful votes
The forest center is great. There are many interactive and interesting exhibits about the forest. We played Tillamook Forest Jeopardy, and we all had fun with that. Definitely check this out!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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MisterSimpson wrote a review Aug 2019
10 contributions4 helpful votes
Though I have visited this place several times and my children have grown, it's still a fun visit and a very important reminder about how we should interact with our surroundings. There are kids activities and sometimes visiting speakers who are engaging as well as hikes and events like the interactive annual salmon release. And it's free! I highly recommend going up to the fire tower! Big ups for this place and its crew!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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