Comfort Suites Columbia River
3420 Leif Erickson Dr
Astoria, OR 97103
Phone: (503) 325-2000
Fax: (503) 325-5335
A great place for the entire family! Offers a six-lane, 25-yard lap pool; a warm water pool with a 105' open slide, a water play feature and a lazy river; a spa pool for up to ten adults, and a Kiddie Pool with interactive play features. The Center also features a fitness room, locker rooms and family changing areas as well as programs on kayaking, scuba, and therapy swimming among others.
This large bowling center offers automatic scoring, beer, wine and snack bar, and a full service lottery service center. Monte Carlo Bowling, Cosmic Bowling, and Bumber Bowling are available.
Specializes in Sturgeon, Salmon, bottom fish, Halibut and Tuna.
Home to two lighthouses, North Head and Cape Disappointment, Cape Disappointment State Park sits on the edge of the Pacific coast in Washington marking the entrance to the Columbia River. Ferocious winds and rough waters approaching the river mouth made it necessary to have two lighthouses in such close proximity. For one keepers wife, its said the winds were so ferocious and deafening that she threw herself over the edge of the cliff and now reportedly haunts the area. Come and see for yourself if the place is haunted or just enjoy the breathtaking views and the lush old-growth forest.
Hilltop Bowl is a great place for bowling, food, music and family fun. Friday and Saturday nights you can enjoy "Galactic Bowl" wihen they turn down the lights and pump up the music. This venue is equipped to handle your next birthday party, group function or family gathering.
At the end of the Lewis and Clark trail is the Coney Island of Oregon, aptly named Seaside. This tourist town, at a 90 minutes drive from Portland, is a delight for tourists. Try the saltwater taffy, cotton candy, corn dogs, penny arcades, and carousel whenever you visit. This has the beachside resort of the state. The area is especially crowded during the high season, when summer months bring inland vacationers and the Seaside Sand Sculpture Spectacular. Attractions include the Seaside Aquarium.
Located in the town of Seaside, this coastal aquarium is home to many sea creatures from octopus to sharks and eels. There is a petting tank where, if you dare, you can touch rigid starfish among other ocean attractions. Although the building looks a little weathered, it is still a great activity down on the "Prom" (Seaside's concrete boardwalk). So step into Seaside Aquarium to be amazed by the exotic aquatic world! Opens Daily at 9AM
This fishing guide company fishes for ocean salmon, sturgeon, and spring chinook from March through September on the Lower Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. Space is limited to six fishermen per day.
A non-profit club that promote good fellowship among the horsemen of the community. Some of the activities the club is involved in is producing an annual rodeo. This rodeo has been in existence since 1945 and is the longest running rodeo on the coast. They also have barrel races and playdays for kids. The Peninsula Saddle Club offers year-round horse camping.
The Red Barn Arena is a family owned and operated boarding facility. They host several functions each year in the indoor arena; Barrel Races, Game Events, Horse Shows and Clinics.
Skippers Equestrian Center offers rides on the beach. Once riders are on the beach, they are allowed to spread out and ride side-by-side. Along with you are helpful outriders who are there to answer any questions and ensure your safety.
An established fishing charter service that offers thrilling salmon and sturgeon fishing excursions for both the novice and the experienced fisherman. All of the boats are equipped with modern fish finding equipment.