The Port of Astoria 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. Approximately 90 miles from Portland, highway access is via Oregon Highways 26 and 30 and across the Astoria-Megler Bridge via Washington Highways 101 and 8. Rail access is available to Tongue Point via the Astoria Branch of the Portland & Western Railroad.

The Port manages a combination of marine, marina, industrial, and aviation facilities. These facilities are primarily located in the City of Astoria (Port waterfront properties and infrastructure) and the City of Warrenton (airport and industrial properties).

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.

At a glance

  • Pier 1
Major Services: Logs, Cruise, U.S. Military, U.S. Government, Research, Dredge
Berth Length: Pier 1 Face: 335 M (1,100 FT)
Pier 1 West: 305 M (1,000 FT)
Water Depth (MLLW): Pier 1 Face: 12.8 M (38-42 FT)
Pier 1 West: 12.8 M (38-42 FT)
Total Terminal Area: 7.35 Acres
Pier Height (MLW): 16 FT
Pile Spacing: 8-10 FT 
  • Pier 2
Major Services: Seafood Processing, Spill Response, Research, Dredge
Berth Length: Pier 2 Face: 131.1 M (430 FT)
Pier 2 East: 384 M (1,260 FT)
Pier 2 West: 396 M (1,300 FT)
Water Depth (MLLW): Pier 2 Face: 12.2 M (40 FT)
Pier 2 East: 11.0 M (32 – 36 FT)
Pier 2 West: 7.6 M (25 – 30 FT)
Total Terminal Area: 13.2 Acres
Pier Height (MHW): 16 FT
Pile Spacing: 8-10 FT 

Pier 3

Pier 3 primarily serves as a debarking facility and log storage yard for Astoria Forest Products. When a log vessel is berthed at the Port’s export terminal on Pier 1 West, logs are moved from Pier 3 to Pier 1 loading by workers from the ILWU Local #50. Plans are in the works to rehabilitate Pier 3 and make it another deep-draft export terminal.

Located at river mile 13 at the mouth of the Columbia, the Port of Astoria’s haul-out facility and boatyard are ideally situated for access to the Columbia River basin. Upland storage, long-term boat storage and trailer parking are available at rates significantly below those in urban areas.

The facility includes an 88-ton TravelLift®, offering excellent lift efficiency and providing greater versatility when placing the vessel ashore for storage or repairs. A wash down system makes it easier to remove algae and barnacles from a boat bottom and dispose of this material properly. Boat owners may contract for repair work with an on-site marine repair business, or lease boatyard space for do-it-yourself work. Haul-Out Reservations are required, and may be made by calling the Boatyard Supervisor from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday at 503-791-7730 or 503-791-7731.

Amenities at the Haul-out/Boatyard include:

  • 88-ton TravelLift® Services Now Available.
  • Long-Term Boat & Trailer Parking
  • In-Water & Upland Vessel Storage
  • Barge Ramp
  • Marine Repair Businesses


422 Gateway Ave, Suite 100,
Astoria, Oregon 97103
T: 503-741-3300 (Toll free in Oregon: 800-860-4093)

General Inquiries (admin@portofastoria.com)
East or West Basin (marina@portofastoria.com)
Moorage at the pier terminals: (operations@portofastoria.com)