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Tacoma, Washington

  • Visited: April 2012
  • Submitted: Mar 19, 2013
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    Tweens (9-12) and Teens (13+)

Motel 6 Downtown Oceanside

909 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside, California

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  • Kids stay free
  • Pet friendly
  • Refrigerator in room
  • Cribs (infant beds) available
  • Outdoor pool


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California Surf Museum

312 Pier View Way, Oceanside, California

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There really is an overwhelming sense of Ohana at The California Surf Museum! One of legendary Shaun Tomson's Surfer's Codes is that, "I will realize that all surfers are joined by one ocean." For only $3/day or $25/year you can get a chance to visit a place that shows how waves and water can become family. The location is well worth the  1/2 hour drive up from downtown SD or down from the OC. The minute you walk in the door you are warmly greeted by one of the staff members who will explain history and layout of the museum, answer any questions you might have, and encourage you to explore and ask further questions. As you proceed to the left you are presented with the history of surfing, from Hawaii and SoC...

California Surf Museum

312 Pier View Way, Oceanside, California

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I recently took my fanatical surfer of a father on a road trip to Oceanside for his 60th B-day. My mission for the day was to keep him occupied for 6 hours while my family set up his surprise party back home. We walked into the Museum and were warmly greeted by uhh, the dude. Anyway My Dad and the Dude talked for no-joke an hour and a half straight! About all kinds of surf history, board shapes, how Hawaii is trying to steal our surf artifacts and keep them for their own. This dude was seriously passionate about California surf history. I was really impressed. And it is always a pleasure to meet passionate people. Needless to say that with my ADD I listened for about 5.2 seconds and then moved onto the gift ...

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