Stay, with Crabbing and Clamming Gear Rental, at Harborview Inn & RV Park in Garibaldi, OR.
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Located just a stone’s throw from the Tillamook Bay
Property at a Glance: Harborview Inn & RV Park
Less than a five-minute walk from the marina, Harborview Inn sits just off the shores of Tillamook Bay. Visitors can enjoy the homey charm of rooms decorated in a nautical theme knowing Oregon’s dramatic coastline awaits exploration with just a short drive or walk away.
- Go kayaking in winter: Relatively warm winters combined with high tides, allow adventurers to explore Tillamook County rivers and creeks. You’ll find Tillamook County Water Trail maps available at the inn.
- All aboard! The station for the Oregon Scenic Coast Railway is just a four-minute stroll from the inn. Trips show off the best of the coast’s scenery. The train runs on certain weekends through December, after which it is closed until May.
- Stay connected with free WiFi.
Tillamook, Oregon: Pastoral Town with Unique Museums and Renowned Dairy Farms
Located just a few miles inland from the Pacific coast, Tillamook is a quaint town of about 5,000 residents nestled in a valley with rolling green hills and grazing cattle. The town supports several unique museums, including the Latimer Quilt and Textile Center, where you’ll find antique and modern quilts, and the Tillamook Air Museum, located within a World War II blimp hangar. The air museum boasts a collection of more than 30 restored vintage military aircraft, known colloquially as “warbirds.”
Alternatively, you can stroll the beach at Cape Meares, located roughly 10 miles away. Within Cape Meares National Wildlife Refuge, there are several nature trails. When hiking here, keep an eye out for native shorebirds and the so-called “octopus tree”—an Oregon Heritage–designated Sitka spruce with massive, tentacle-like branches that was featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not!