Get involved by booing, cheering and throwing popcorn at the villain in this fun-loving presentation by the Astor Street Opry ... More
Shanghaied in Astoria
Get involved by booing, cheering and throwing popcorn at the villain in this fun-loving presentation by the Astor Street Opry Company, running Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in the months of July and August.
Named for John Jacob Astor of the Pacific Fur Company, this neck of the woods was established to counter a
Lewis and Clark camp. Fort Astoria's construction began in 1811, making the town the oldest west of the Rocky ...
Children of all ages will enjoy the imaginative exhibits and programs at this museum. Permanent exhibits include boats to sail,
a child sized grocery store, and a Creation Station where children work on an art or craft project.
Directly across from the entrance to Fort Stevens State Park and adjacent to Lewis and Clark's Fort Clatsop, this campground
offers 300 spaces, indoor swimming pool and spa, and hiking and is conveniently located close to beaches and boat ...