Astoria is the oldest city in the state of Oregon. In 1810, a New York fur trader by the name of John Jacob Astor sent men to the area with the goal of establishing a trading post. It is now the oldest settlement west of the Rocky Mountains, named after John Jacob Astor.

Choose your departure location!

Our route departs from our dealership in Langley, but if you are leaving from any of our other dealerships, here is your route to Langley!

Cowichan Valley

Take the Coho Ferry at the Black Ball Ferry Line from Victoria, BC to Port Angeles, WA.

Travel from Port Angeles to Astoria.


Travel to Airdrie


Travel from Airdrie to Kelowna

Stay at Wood Lake RV Park and Marina in Kelowna.


Travel from Kelowna to Langley.

Grande Prairie

Travel to Mount Robson

Travel to Langley

Campgrounds in Astoria

Kampers West Kampground

  • Hook ups
  • Convenience store
  • Open year round

Sunset Lake Campground

  • Fishing
  • Hookups
  • Convenience store

Astoria Seaside KOA

  • Full service sites
  • Pool
  • Mini golf

RV Park at The Bridge

  • Hook ups
  • Pool, biking, fishing, etc.
  • Big rig friendly.

Columbia Shores RV Resort

  • 28 miles of beach
  • Boat launch
  • Fishing

Wallicut River RV Resort

  • 30 acre shaded campground
  • Full and partial hookups

Food and Drink!

Things To Do Around Astoria

peter iredale shipwreck is a must visit at fort stevens park

Fort Stevens State Park

Fort Stevens served as a military base from the Civil War up until World War II. It was used to guard the mouth of the Columbia River.

Today the park includes two picnic areas, a disk golf course , 15 miles of multi use trails, kayak tours, a boat launch, and much more! The park also offers year round camping, with 174 full hookup sites.

Whether you are craving a beach or a forest, Fort Stevens has it all! You can even tour the 90 year old underground gun battery, and don’t forget to check out the famous Peter Iredale Shipwreck!

Astoria River Walk

For a tour of the cities waterfront, head down to the Astoria River Trail! The trail takes you underneath the famous Astoria-Megler Bridge and by the Maritime Memorial. You won’t miss the barking Sea Lions basking by the docks, and it is likely you’ll even find some shipwrecks along the way!

Not interested in walking or biking the Astoria River Trail? Check out the Astoria Riverfront Trolley!

Check out the nearby Columbia River Maritime Museum if you want to learn more about Astoria and its history.

Astoria-Megler Bridge, the longest continuous truss bridge in North America.

Astoria-Megler Bridge, the longest continuous truss bridge in North America.

Cape Disappointment

30 minutes outside of Astoria, Cape Disappointment is a 2,023-acre camping park on Long Beach. Enjoy the rich history at the Lewis and Clarke interpretive center, dig up clams on Benson Beach, or find overgrown ruins of military bunkers! Cape Disappointment will certainly not disappoint you!

Young River Falls

Young River Falls is a 50 foot waterfall 15 minutes outside Astoria. The falls have been featured in films such as Free Willy 2, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3! It is a short, family friendly walk to reach these falls.

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