An RV trip to Seaside, Oregon
What to do
Besides the usual beach-combing when the weather participates, Seaside has an abundance of activities. For instance, kite flying is a popular activity and so is moseying along and checking out all the neat galleries, boutique shops and stores that specialize in sweet treats around town. You can take also take a stroll along the Promenade. Those seeking a little more speed can rent bikes, roller-blades, mopeds and electric cars to scoot around town on. The Seaside Aquarium is also a popular attraction. For the kiddos, you can’t go wrong with the bumper cars, Tilt-a-Whirl, indoor mini-golf, Funland arcade or the indoor carousel at the Carousel Mall.
Where to eat
There’s plenty of restaurants to please any palate in Seaside. Since I’m always on the lookout for restaurants that cater to special diets, I was pleased with what I found. There are plenty of options for vegetarian dining in Seaside. Plus, those looking for some gluten-free options will be excited to know the town has several restaurants that offer gluten-free menu items. Fultano’s pizza offers a gluten-free pizza crust. While you might be in for some sticker shock on the price of the pizza, it’s actually quite tasty. For breakfast, check out the gluten-free pancakes at Pig n’ Pancake. Guido & Vito’s Italian Cuisine is also gluten-free friendly. Maggie’s on the Prom, Guido & Vito’s Italian Cuisine, Firehouse Grill and the Boardwalk Restaurant also cater to those following a gluten-free diet.
Where to park it
If you’re only staying for the day, the visitor’s center has several RV parking spaces that are long enough for even the longest rigs. However, if you’re staying for a few days the area offers multiple RV parks. We recently stayed at the Encore/Thousand Trails Seaside Resort and we couldn’t have been happier. The resort offers full hookups with wide, spacious sites. Cable is also available at each site for an extra fee. Plus, there are two clubhouses (one for adults and one for families), an on-site restaurant, indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, two playgrounds, horseshoes, basketball, tennis, pickle ball, kayaking and planned activities for guests. It’s a great all-around park. Our Sprint service was a little spotty there, and there is no Wi-Fi at your site, however, the Wi-Fi is blazing fast at both of the clubhouses. Since the resort is part of the Thousand Trails/Encore family, it’s more financially advantageous for campers to either be Thousand Trails members or holders of a Northwest Zone camping pass.
Regardless of where you stay, where you eat, or what you do, you’re sure to enjoy your visit to one of Oregon’s most adorable coastal towns.
**Want to add more vegan meals to your RV trips? Check out my new Ebook "Vegan Road Trip: Simple Vegan Recipes for your RV Kitchen" which features a variety of tasty vegan recipes--from breakfast to dessert and everything in between.**
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