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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

This is by far one of the best wineries of all time. The wine is unique, special and truly unlike anything you'll ever try. The owner Paul, is an intriguing...read more

 

Columbia River Maritime Museum

If you like model ships, you'll be in heaven. I like museums and boats (though, ironically I hate being on boats). The museum is very clean and the lay...read more

 

Fort Stevens State Park

This trip I took the underground tour of the fort. The tour costs $5 for adult and $3 for children. It says it 30 mins long but can go longer if people ask...read more

 

Lunar Boy Gallery

If only I didn't have to pay car insurance this month, I'd have come home from Lunar Boy with one or more of the following: *detailed pencil sketch of...read more

 

Flavel House Museum

Museums are really not my thing, unless it's a museum of 80's video games or computers I don't usually find a lot of interest in these things. Flavel House...read 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 from...read 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 there...read more

 

Fort Columbia State Park

We've utilized Ft Columbia for everything from a quick restroom stop to a weekend stay for both an anniversary party and a wedding. It's conveniently...read more

 

Astoria Hemp Works

My better half just got from a trip up north and on her way back stopped in Astoria and found this shop. She bought me as a gift, a short sleeve shirt....read more

 

Koa Astoria Warrenton Seaside

Nice cabins and yurts. GREAT FOR KIDDOS! A few video games, pool table, ping pong in game room and afternoon activities on the weekends. Miniature golf,...read more

 

Astoria Gateway Cinemas

It's a clean theater, unlike Seaside... and like every one around, the junk food is very overpriced. Ticket prices are reasonable tho. It wasn't crowded...read more

 

Funland Arcade

If you're a kid - or used to go to Seaside as a kid - Funland arcade in Seaside is a MUST! Just walking in the door makes me happy! I can't wait until my...read more

 

Bumble Bee Cannery Museum

The Museum is housed in the oldest cannery building still standing on the Columbia River on Pier 39. It houses all sorts of memorabilia, photos and it's...read more

 

Heritage Museum

Small museum housed in a very neat two story building that was once used as the home for the USO during the war. It currently is used as the home of the...read 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 this...read 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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Cozy comfortable coastal getaway with spectacular view
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  • bedrooms 3
  • rental type House
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  • sleeps 8
  • baths
  • rates (USD) $245 - $325 /nt
    $1,575 - $1,960 /wk
 
 
 
 
 

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