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While not exactly a "beach town" in the strictest sense, the city of Tillamook is on the eastern edge of Tillamook Bay and a great crossroads from which visitors can reach Tillamook County's many beaches, parks and a veritable host of recreational possibilities. Since 1788, when Captain Robert Gray sailed the American sailing sloop Lady Washington into Tillamook Bay thinking he had found the “great river of the West” this area has been a rapidly growing, hard-working community built around the area's timber, dairy and fishing industries...and now tourism too. During your exploration, you will find that Tillamook just about has it all.
Tillamook is home to more than a dozen mapped and maintained hiking trails, more than 800 miles of navigable waters for the kayak enthusiast, plus crabbing, clamming, and fishing opportunities in Tillamook and Netarts Bays. The area is home to the Three Capes Scenic Loop - a scenic drive with breathtaking views of the ocean, the Three Arch Rocks, Netarts Bay and Haystack Rock (near Pacific City). A half dozen museums in the area await the history entusiast. Airplane buffs will be in awe of the rare war-bird collection at the Tillamook Naval Air Museum. And the Tillamook Forest Center offers science and eco-tourists a chance to view the region's largest forrest resource sustainability center.
Foodie Alert! Tillamook is well know as the home of the Tillamook Cheese Factory. But it is also home to the Blue Heron French Cheese Company, Debbie D’s Sausage Factory, Pacific Oyster, Tillamook County Smoker, Werner’s Gourmet meat and many, many restaurants serving amazing, local gourmet fare. Your taste buds are sure to go crazy. Bring your appetite, because you're going to need it.
Tillamook is the county seat, the crossroads in the region, and a fair sized city. You will find no shortage of every sort of lodging and dining establishment from budget-conscious to five-stars. We encourage you to get out and explore our recommendations though.
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11 Main Avenue
Tillamook, OR 97141
A renovated 1960s-era motel offering comfortable rooms and amenities and an economical place to stay in Tillamook. With 47 rooms, the Mar Clair Inn Motel features an outdoor pool, free parking, a restaurant on site, as well as a laundry and dry cleaning. Other amenities include cable/satellite TV, and easy access to Highway 101 and the many activities and attractions available in the Tillamook area.
2515 Main Ave North
Tillamook, OR 97141
A business-friendly hotel on a river and close to Tillamook Cheese Factory. Features a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available during limited hours. The hotel serves a complimentary hot and cold buffet breakfast. Recreational amenities include an indoor pool, and more.
1722 Makinster Road
Situated in the middle of lush dairy country, close to both the ocean beaches and the coastal mountain range. Guests are within a few blocks of Tillamook Cheese Factory, only five miles from the Naval Air Museum, and a few minutes drive from downtown and the Tillamook Pioneer Museum. 51 well-appointed rooms feature high-speed WiFi, TV, DVD, and air conditioning. Mini-suites are also available. Other amenities include complimentary hot breakfast, mini mart, indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, exercise room and meeting facilities.
8325 Whiskey Creek Road
Tillamook, OR 97141
A beautiful, recently constructed guest home situated on 14 wooded acres adjacent to Netarts Bay with over an acre of lawn and flower beds. Comfortably sleeps 13 adults, but up to 23 can sleep in a casual setting. Features five bedrooms and other semi-private sleeping areas, two large gathering areas, large deck, covered front porch and private deck off the master bedroom - a great value for a family reunion or corporate retreat.