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    OK, beautiful August day. View is just breath taking. Photo opportunity!!!Bummer, all the seals left to do the NASTY. What? I saw 3 and I know their is hundreds of them. I remember this place from childhood memories vacation trip.Oregon, you are blessed with probably the most gorgeous coast lines in the continental state.If you like adventure. Travel and go here. :)Love it

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    I would have given it zero stars if I could, its so expensive, maybe charging just 5 dollars a person if that much for the elevator ride. We wanted some of the “world famous” popcorn but the machine was empty and cleaned. The seals were so far away you could barely see them. Either bring binoculars or quarters for the machines. I told the lady who sold us the tickets that my granddaughter was 12 and was charged an adult fee. After leaving I checked the website and she should have charged $6 less. In conclusion not worth it.

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    Lots of sea lions to see. What’s better is the view of the ocean is fantastic. You can also see the light house from there. Breath-taking experience.

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    Great stop off the highway. Nice short walk along the coast to enter the cave and walk around to the viewing area. I was surprised at how large the sea lion cave was. Very awesome indeed. A must see if your driving up the coast.

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    This is a must do! It is definitely better in fall, winter, and spring when the sea lions are in the cave. And as far as the person complaining about the chain link fence… it must have been removed. Obviously they are not going to let you crawl down into the cave with the sea lions… there is a nice railing with discrete wire that you can take pictures through. It is good advice to go early in the morning and avoid summer if possible.