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Common Routes to WildWood

From the Portland, Oregon Area

  1. Take I-5 North to Longview, WA. (~40 miles).
  2. Exit to SR 432 West, the first Longview Exit.
  3. Follow SR 432 to the "Third Avenue" exit. (~2 miles).
  4. Turn left onto SR 433 West.
  5. Follow SR 433 to the turn onto the Lewis & Clark Bridge. (~2 miles). 
  6. Cross the Lewis & Clark Bridge back into Oregon.
  7. Turn right onto Hwy 30 West (go up the hill).
  8. Follow Hwy 30 to Astoria, OR. (~45 miles).
  9. Cross the Astoria-Megler Bridge back to Washington.
  10. Turn left as you come off the bridge, onto US 101 North.
  11. Follow US 101 through the village of Chinook
  12. Turn right on Alt. Route 101 go to stop sign and turn left.
  13. Go 2 miles  to stop light and turn right on to Sandridge Road. 
  14. Wildwood is about 1 mile on the left.

Alternate Route From Portland

  1. Take Highway 26 (which goes through Beaverton) to Seaside.
  2. Then take Hwy 101 North to Astoria.
  3. Cross the Astoria-Megler Bridge to Washington.
  4. Turn left as you come off the bridge, onto US 101 North. Follow US 101 through the village of Chinook
  5. Turn right on Alt. Route 101 go to stop sign and turn left.
  6. Go 2 miles  to stop light and turn right on to Sandridge Road. 
  7. Wildwood is about 1 mile on the left.

Route from Seattle

  1. From the Seattle, WA Area (About 170 miles, 3 1/2 hours)
  2. Take I-5 South to Olympia (~55 miles).
  3. Exit #104 to SR 8, which will become SR 12 (~40 miles).
  4. Exit at Montesano, turning left onto US 107.
  5. Follow US 107 until it ends at a "T" with US 101 (~10 miles).
  6. Turn left onto US 101.
  7. Follow US 101 through South Bend, Raymond, until it ends at a "T" with US 103 at the blinking light. (~60 miles).
  8. Turn right on Hwy 101 go 14 miles
  9. Go to stop light and turn right on to Sandridge Road. 
  10. Wildwood is about 1 mile on the left.
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