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September 14-17, 2006 at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds
4603 E 3rd ST, Tillamook, Oregon

Camping & Lodging Info
Area Attractions





NOTE: Mail in and on-line registrations are now closed. Further registrations will be taken on-site...See you in Tillamook!

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Tillamook, 6 miles from one of the most beautiful coastlines anywhere, is the location of Camp Wing Tyme 2006. Come join your GWTA friends for what could be your most memorable motorcycle gathering ever.


Tillamook is located on Oregonís north coast, nestled into the southern shores of Tillamook Bay. The town is a major recreation center, and is also well known for their cheese production. The Tillamook Cheese Factory and the Blue Heron Cheese Factory offer gourmet food tasting, cheeses, wine and other gifts. Only six miles from the ocean, and with more than 20 rivers and streams feeding into Tillamook Bay, the town of Tillamook is at the heart of some of the most awe inspiring scenery on the Oregon coast. Fishing, boating, sailing, hiking, hang-gliding, clamming and crabbing, beachcombing, exploring tide pools, bird watching and whale watching, itís all here. While in Tillamook, be sure to ride the Three Capes Scenic Drive, a meandering 40-mile trip that begins in Tillamook and takes you around Cape Meares, Cape Lookout and Cape Kiwanda. Nearby Cape Meares State Park offers more hiking opportunities and some wonderful views of the ocean and Tillamook Bay. Other attractions include Cape Meares Lighthouse, Munson Creek Falls, which is the highest waterfalls on the North Oregon Coast, the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum, the Latimer Quilt and Textile Center and the Tillamook Air Museum.



Tillamook Weather in September:
Average highs of 68, lows of 46, rainfall 3.68 inches and ocean temperatures of 56 degrees.
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