Things To Do And See

Points of Interest
Fishing Guides
Calendar of Events
Google Map

Points of Interest

    Astoria Column
The Astoria Column is a "not-to-be missed Oregon Coast attraction.
    Columbia River Maritime Museum
Founded in 1962, the Columbia River Maritime Museum is one of the finest maritime museums in the world.

Other Museums

Fort Stevens, WWII and Cranberry Museums, and Clatsop County Historical Society.
    Astoria Riverfront Trolley
Discover Astoria's history as you ride along the waterfront. $1.00 buys you a wonderful round trip.
    Peter Iredale Shipwreck
See the skeleton of a British bark that ran aground in 1906 at Fort Stevens State Park.

Climb Saddle Mountain or visit the Jewell Elk Reserve

    Lewis & Clark National Historic Park
Fort Clatsop, where Lewis & Clark spent their winter, is one of the North Coast's most popular historic attractions and is part of the Lewis & Clark National Historical Park.
    Cape Disappointment Lighthouse
Is the oldest working lighthouse on the west coast.
    North Coast Craft Beer Trail
Oregon’s North Coast is bottled up with secrets, and travelers are invited to find them by toasting their way along the North Coast Craft Beer Trail.
    Wineries and Wine Tasting
Shallon Winery Cellar on 10th Street in Astoria.
    Fort To Sea Trail
The Fort To Sea Trail starts from the Visitor Center at Fort Clatsop.
    Elk Refuge
1200 acres with excellent view points.
    South Jetty View Point
    Discover Paragliding
Have you ever...found yourself gazing into the skies, perhaps watching with envy as eagles soar effortlessly on the currents of the wind?
    ZIP Line Tours
Enjoy a tour of 8 zip lines in a beautiful setting! A mile of zipping!
    Ecola State Park
Ecola State Park offers year-round recreation for all types of modern day explorers.
    Youngs River Falls
The falls have been featured in several movies, most notably Free Willy 2.
    Oregon Coast Bike Routes
    Shanghaied in Astoria
Shanghaied In Astoria is a musical melodrama that has been performed every summer in Astoria, Oregon since 1985.
    Astoria Sunday Market
Astoria Sunday Market features fresh and locally grown artists each week performing on its Music Stage located in the Food Court.

Astoria Riverwalk

The Astoria River Trail stretches the entire length of the city's waterfront, connecting restaurants and breweries, museums, and dozens of other attractions. It passes under the Astoria-Megler Bridge, the largest truss bridge in the world, arcing out across the Columbia River toward the hazy hillsides of Washington State.



Bowpicker Fish & Chips

(503) 791-2942

Doogers Seafood & Grill

(503) 861-2839

Mr. Fultano's Pizza


Pig 'N Pancake Restaurant

(503) 325-3144

Riverview Buffet & Lounge

on Pier 11

Silver Salmon Grille

(503) 338-6640

Stephanies Cabin

(503) 325-7181

T Paul's Supper Club

(503) 325-2545

Wet Dog Cafe and Brew Pub

(503) 325-6975

Fishing Guides


Lewis & Clark RV Park offers Nationally known Fishing Guides in-house

Pat Abel Guide Service
Kyle Hall Outdoors
Linde's Sport Fishing
Marshall's Guide Service
Page's Northwest Guide Service
Additional guides available

Various Local Events...

See local Chamber & Welcome Center for specific dates.



Celebrate the New Year on the Coast!


Happy Valentine's Day!


SOLVE Spring Beach Cleanup


Crab & Wine Festival
Wine Maker's Dinner


Sunday Market
Wine Maker's Dinner
World’s Longest Garage Sale


Sunday Market
Kayak & Canoe Tours
Goonies Day
Astoria Music Festival
Sandcastle Festival
Scandinavian Festival
Wine Maker's Dinner
Miss Oregon Pageant


Sunday Market
Kayak & Canoe Tours
Fire Works and Parades
NPRA Sanction Rodeo


Sunday Market
Kayak & Canoe Tours
Astoria Regatta
World Largest Beach Volleyball Tournament
International Kite Festival
Civil War Reenactment


Sunday Market
Kayak & Canoe Tours
Wheels N Waves Car Show
Rod Run
Fisherman Festival
Pacific NW Brew Cup


Cranberry Fair
Water Music Festival
Great Columbia Crossing
Wine Maker's Dinner


Happy Thanksgiving!


Happy Holidays!