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Historically, the Tillamook economy has been based primarily on dairy farms. The farmland surrounding the city is used for grazing the milk cattle that supply the Tillamook County Creamery Association's production of cheese, particularly cheddar, gourmet ice cream and yogurt, and other dairy products. Millions of people visit the cheese factory, located north of Tillamook on Highway 101 each year.
There is also a large lumber industry that is experiencing a comeback from the replanting that followed the famous Tillamook Burn forest fires of the mid-20th century.
Tillamook also serves tourists on their way to the ocean beaches and as a location for second homes.
The Tillamook Air Museum, featuring over 30 combat aircraft, lies just south of the city. Its building—a notable landmark visible from Highway 101—was a hangar built for blimps during World War II, as part of the Naval Air Station Tillamook.Downtown | 1 Mile | 5 Miles | 10 Miles | 15 Miles | 25 Miles | 50 Miles
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Sandlake Country InnPhone: 503-965-6745
Voted "MOST ROMANTIC HIDEAWAY" by Inn Traveler Magazine! Sandlake Country Inn offers luxury and privacy rarely found. 4 Romantic rooms, most with double whirlpool & Jacuzzi tubs and all with fireplaces and private decks. We honor your privacy by delivering breakfast and beverages to your door.Pacific City, Oregon
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