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Astoria, Oregon Vacation Rentals and Tourism

A rich history and picturesque setting make Astoria, Oregon, a Pacific Northwest destination like no other. Vacation rental homes in Astoria are on the Columbia River and near the coast. Astoria vacation rental houses and Astoria bed and breakfast lodging offer comfort, scenery and the perfect touch of rustic elegance.

Astoria lodging is a great vantage point for whale watching and close to beachcombing and bountiful fishing. Astoria, OR, marks the ending point of the Lewis and Clark expedition, and you can hike in their footsteps on the Tillamook Head. The Astoria River Trolley will transport you along the Columbia River for $1, and the conductor talks about the history and attractions in the area. Astoria’s cultural offerings are also rich, like the award-winning Columbia River Maritime Museum to the annual Astoria Festival of Music in July. And summer’s Astoria Sunday Market is a lively gathering spot for vacationers and locals.

Astoria vacation rentals are about 90 miles from Portland, OR, and about 180 miles from Seattle, WA. You can travel to your Astoria vacation rental by flying into Portland International Airport, about two hours away. Astoria is worth the trip, for the natural beauty and all Astoria offers in outdoor enjoyment, culture and entertainment.

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Shallon Winery

Whey wine? Are you kidding me? Absolutely disgusting. After being locked in (creepy) we were "treated" to a tour of his collectables...then on to more


Columbia River Maritime Museum

WOW, lots to see, HUGE.. We walked in expecting to walk around for a hour, Boy, Were We Surprised.! Every time we thought we were done, we came more


Fort Stevens State Park

I was looking at the grounds model inside the military museum when an elderly male volunteer started yelling complaining about my dog in my vehicle. more


Flavel House Museum

Who would compare this place to Pittock Mansion in Portland, and why would that be even necessary? This place has been lovingly restored and expresses more


Oregon Film Museum

For a small museum, this is definitely a great place to check out if you're passing through Astoria. You can walk down the hallway of the old jailhouse more


Columbian Theater

I remember this theater as a child growing up in Astoria. So knowing it from about 40 years plus ago - seeing a lot of the classics growing up down more


Koa Astoria Warrenton Seaside

Missing our reservation made 3 months ago. KOA agent started out friendly and then became frustrated when she could not locate our reservation and began more


Fort Columbia State Park

Great for kids, lots of history here of an era bygone. A very different time , when the threat was of ships entering the river. From 1894 to just past more


Astoria Gateway Cinemas

A-OK It is your basic overpriced cinema w/overpriced concessions. The high schoolers working seem slightly above apathetic If there is a movie you more


Funland Arcade

Every year, my boyfriend's family goes to seaside each year for the HAM radio convention. And each year we go here at least once! We usually have a more


Bumble Bee Cannery Museum

Such incredibly cool pieces of Astoria history here. The self-guided tour allows you to get right up to the boats, machinery, and tools used back in more


Heritage Museum

This is a pretty cool museum, but I was a little let down when I found out the KKK exhibit was no longer there. Sorry, but that's my honest more


Liberty Theater

This was our favorite part of our stop in Astoria on a recent cruise. We were dropped off by a shuttle in downtown and stumbled immediately upon more


Clatsop County Jail

Admittedly I always thought this was a prop front created for the movie the Goonies. Turns out it is a real historic Jail. This Jail was closed in 1976 more


Skookum Fishing Charter

I'm from Portland and fish these local rivers year round for steelhead and salmon. I wanted to take a crack at the sturgeon fishing. Low and behold, more

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Pilot House
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  • bedrooms 3
  • community Downtown Astoria
  • rental type House
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  • sleeps 8
  • baths 3
  • rates (USD) $300 - $495 /nt
    $1,800 - $3,000 /wk

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Pacific Wonderland! Relax, Explore, & Discover Astoria & Oregon's North Coast
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  • bedrooms 3
  • rental type House
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  • sleeps 8
  • baths
  • rates (USD) $295 - $350 /nt
    $1,960 /wk

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