Astoria Activities - Oregon Coast Visitors Association

Astoria

  • Lance Fisher Fishing

    422 Gateway Ave. #220
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    503-902-4213

    The great thing for fishermen here in the Pacific Northwest is that you have year around runs of Salmon, Steelhead, and Sturgeon. Some months are certainly better than others, but to enjoy such an abundance of different types of fishing trips is certainly special. Some of the top runs on the continent exist on the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest. Because of this, you have many choices from which to choose, and Lance Fisher wants to make sure that you end up with the trip or trips that best suit your needs and desires. Lance has spent the last decade developing a guide/charter service that people can really enjoy. Equipment matters, and he and his family have gone to extensive lengths to make sure that clients are fishing in and with the very best equipment available. From the state of the art 25′ Willie Raptor, to the top of the line G. Loomis rods and Shimano reels- great fishing equipment, along with the available fishing makes for great days on the water together. So whether you’ve come to Lance as a corporation looking to entertain clients, or a private individual or group simply looking to fish, the goal is to make your days on the water as turn key and productive as possible.

  • Astoria Sunday Market

    12th Street to Exchange Street
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    (503) 325-1010

    If fresh produce, live music, and local art mixed with a street market atmosphere is your idea of a weekend well spent, then the Astoria Sunday Market is a place you can’t afford to miss. The second largest market of its kind in Oregon, celebrating its 19th season and spanning four city blocks, the Astoria Sunday Market is located in the heart of downtown Astoria. Showcasing 200 vendors each week with arts and crafts from the unique coastal region as well as a rotating cast of eclectic musicians, the market is a local hub well worth the visit for any traveler. The vibrant food court and quirky vendors border a nearby waterfront walk that is easily accessible, and the refurbished trolley system provides access to all the rest Astoria has to offer.

  • Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau

    3914 Pacific Way
    Astoria, Oregon 98644
    800.451.2542

    The Long Beach Peninsula welcomes visitors with all the ingredients of an authentic Northwest coastal experience. Our villages offer great seafood, comfortable lodging, cute shops, colorful festivals, and one-of-a-kind attractions. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Columbia River and Willapa Bay, nature's wonders are plentiful.

  • Astoria Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce

    111 W Marine Dr
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    (503) 325-6311

    Slow down in a place where 14 knots is considered speedy. It's amazing what passing freighters, fishing vessels, and sailboats will do to relax and refresh your spirit. So help yourself to the maritime heritage, historical sites, restaurants, shops, and natural splendor at the mouth of the Columbia.

  • High Life Adventures

    33136 Highway 101 Business
    Warrenton, Oregon 97146
    503-861-9875

    Enjoy a tour of 8 zip lines in a beautiful setting! Join two tour guides on an exhilarating zip line experience around and over a seven-acre lake. A mile of zipping, sure to create lasting memories for the whole family! We also offer customized Team Building Programs to challenge your group while bringing them together as a team. Take your team to the next level! Please visit our website at highlife-adventures.com for more information or call us today at (503) 861-9875.

  • Columbia River Maritime Museum

    Columbia River Maritime Museum 1792 Marine Drive
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    503.325.2323

    Six galleries, the Great Hall, and the Lightship Columbia interpret the region's rich maritime history. Visitors of all ages experience what it's like to pilot a tugboat, participate in a Coast Guard rescue, and live in Astoria during the height of salmon fishing. Explore marine transportation from the days of dugout canoes, through the age of sail, to the present. Walk the bridge of a WW II warship, marvel at the 44-ft motor lifeboat plowing through a wave in a rescue mission. Interactive, hands-on exhibits. Board the Lightship Columbia, a National Historic Landmark that once guided ships to safety at the mouth of the Columbia River. Watch family friendly movies in the 3D theater. Take classes at the Barbey Martime Center. Sail a model boat on the newly opened Warnock Model Boat Pond.

  • Astor Street Opry Company

    129 West Bond St
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    503-325-6104
  • Astoria Aquatic Center

    1997 Marine Dr
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    503-325-7027
  • Astoria Brewing Company

    144 11th St
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    503-325-6975
  • Astoria Column

    1500-2199 Coxcomb Dr.
    Astoria, Oregon 97103
    503-325-2963

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