The Port is located in and has the same boundaries as, Clatsop County in the extreme northwest corner of Oregon, where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean.
The West Mooring Basin offers moorage and fueling services, while the East Mooring Basin is the site of the Port of Astoria's boat ramp.
The Port of Astoria Warrenton-Astoria Regional Airport is one of the most accessible general aviation airports on the north Oregon Coast.
Located on Pier 3, the Port's do-it-yourself haul-out facility and ample boatyard are ideally situated for boaters from the Pacific Northwest.
Three deep-draft terminals offer services for many different customers and vessels, from fishing fleets to cruise ships.
The combination of service and scenery has made Astoria an increasingly popular destination for cruise ships from all over the world.
The Port of Astoria offers a variety of leased properties with a beautiful view of the Columbia River and an ideal location for any business office.
The Port of Astoria was established in 1910. We are governed by the rules of the State of Oregon and an elected board of Commissioners sets policy for management by the Executive Director.
The Port offers services to commercial and recreational boaters at its two marinas and boatyard, to commercial and cargo vessels, fish processing, cruise ships, and research vessels at its deep-draft marine terminals, and operates the Astoria/Warrenton Regional Airport. The Port has industrial and commercial leasing opportunities on its properties at the Airport, Skipanon Peninsula, and waterfront locations.
With the recent completion of the Boatyard Feasibility Study, the Port is now developing a visionary Boatyard Master Plan & implementation strategy that will bolster the Boatyard’s financial health and support the development of Port infrastructure.
On November 7th, the Port Commission approved a two-year lease agreement with Northwest Forest Link. The agreement will allow NFL to utilize approximately four acres on Pier One for log exports.
The Port of Astoria has been awarded $25.3 million in federal grant funding through the Department of Transportation’s Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP) for the rehabilitation of Pier 2.