Outdoor Play in Warrenton

The mighty Columbia meets the even mightier Pacific near Warrenton, perched right on the rim of the continent in Oregon’s northwest corner. For Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery, arriving here meant the victorious completion of a monumental 28-month expedition. Your arrival can mean recreation. Everywhere you turn, it seems there’s water —… More
: Larry Andreasen

Warrenton

Warrenton sits across the bay from Astoria where the mighty Columbia River meets the even mightier Pacific Ocean.

Everywhere you turn, it seems there’s water, which means plenty of outdoor fun. Paddle down the river, go crabbing or fishing, zipline through the treetops and frolic on the beach next to a shipwreck. Warrenton marks the end of Lewis and Clark’s journey — and the start your adventure.

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We are thinking of visiting Oregon in either November, December or during the Spring. One of the things we would like to do is clam digging, is there anyone that offers this activity? – Lori

Most of the razor clamming on the coast is in Clatsop County (Warrenton to Cannon Beach). These beaches have the most stable populations of razor clams. There are other beaches that support razor clams including (north to south): Short Sands (Oswald West State Park); Cape Meares beach; Agate Beach; North Beach and South Beach (Newport);…

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