This grove of nine trees is a part of the original landscaping planted around the historic 1886 Queen Anne style house of Captain George Flavel. The grove consists of a giant sequoia, ginkgo, Camperdown elm, bay laurel, pear, and four cork elms. Flavel’s love of such trees was inspired from his many voyages to places all over the world. The family gardener, Louis Schultz, planted these trees at the request of Captain Flavel.
Located at the Historic Flavel House, 441 8th Street, Astoria
Nehalem Bay Winery is one of the ten oldest wineries in Oregon with three generations of Oregonians producing Oregon Wine on the Coast since 1974. The winery produces traditional white and red wines, as well as unique sweet fruit wines.
Garibaldi Maritime Museum tells the story of Captain Robert Gray, the discovery of the Columbia River and 18th century sailing. Enjoy kid friendly, interactive exhibits at this must see maritime museum.
Liebert’s Guide Service specializes in fishing the Lower Columbia River and Pacific Ocean for salmon, crab, and bottom fish, as well as sightseeing. Liebert’s Guide Service is a full service guide outfit. They specialize in fishing the Lower Columbia River...