Father’s Day Weekends at The Sou’Wester

IMG_8930 We didn’t really have much planned for Father’s Day weekend since we have been so busy and already took a mini coast trip back in May but at the very last minute (I’m talking Wednesday) I decided to see if The Sou’Wester had any open trailers for a night away. The Sou’Wester has become one of our favorite spots to visit and this was our second time as a family and Neil’s third visit (he went on a work retreat there last July).

IMG_8940 Anyways to my delight they had a few trailers still open so I asked Neil if he would want to go and of course he did so we decided to head to the Coast Friday afternoon just for the night. We would have liked to stay two nights but Neil had a Sunday Father’s Day 5k to get home to so one night it was.

IMG_8733 Sou'Wester- Spartan Masion

IMG_8715 Sou'Wester- Seaview Sou'Wester- Smiles with Daddy IMG_8868 IMG_8901

While the weather wasn’t really on our side (it was overcast and a little chilly) we still had a wonderful time “camping” out in Seaview at The Sou’Wester. We enjoyed a little family time without the distraction of our massive at home to do list and Neil and I were able to spend a little alone time chatting, drinking (root)beer, eating Earth Balance Sour Cream & Onion Chips and playing many hands of cribbage while Edith slept.

Check out more photos from our trip to The Sou’Wester, Astoria and the weekend over on Naturally Family today!

P.S. this post is not sponsored and we paid our own way to stay at The Sou’Wester we just love it there so I wanted to share.

 

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9 thoughts on “Father’s Day Weekends at The Sou’Wester

  1. Jason Stanley (@GrassfedGeek)

    You got this post up so fast! Sounds like a cool place, I’d love to try a trailer or yurt camping sometime. We’re actually at the coast right now, not for Father’s Day but just a mini vacation, drinking coffee we brought from home too!

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  2. catherinemryan

    What a cool “resort!” We had plans to camp this weekend but we wisely cancelled them because of the rain. “Camping” in a trailer would have been a nice alternative, though!

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  3. Elisabeth

    Those places look super cute. Will have to check them out the next time we make it out to the coast. That itty bitty kitchen would be so nice- its so hard to find vegan food out that way, other than in Astoria. We just rented a little place outside of Olympia on Airbnb for my birthday “weekend” tomorrow, hoping it will be as cute as those are!

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  4. mdott922

    Wow! I’ve never heard of this place, but it looks great! I’ll have to convince the hubs to check it out!

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