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It waz very cool to be able to get so close to the wreak. It was low tide so I got some amazing pictures. The beach was very nice and lots of people were just hanging out with families and walking dogs. It is just...More
It was really interesting to see the remains of the old ship. It's best if you look it up on the internet in addition to seeing it in person, so you can see what it originally looked like. There's not much left, but it's kind...More
Interesting tidbit of history. Very short jaunt from the KOA where we were staying. First thing in the morning we had the place to ourselves so the kids could really explore around the shipwreck and then enjoy the beach. Not a lengthy stop, but worth...More
Let's be serious. Seeing a rusting ship is interesting but in no way is it a 5* attraction. If that were the case every auto junk yard in the US would classify itself as a museum.
The wreck of the Peter Iredale looks cool but...More