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Astoria Oregon Map

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GETTING HERE

BY CAR
From North Portland and Portland Airport - Take I-205 north to I-5. Continue north on I-5 to Longview, Washington. Turn off at Exit #36 and follow signs to Highway 30 on the Oregon side of the Columbia River. Go west on Highway 30 to Astoria and Warrenton.

From Seattle - Take I-5 south to to Longview, Washington. Turn off at Exit #36 and follow signs to Highway 30 on the Oregon side of the Columbia River. Go west on Highway 30 to Astoria and Warrenton.

From South Portland - Take Highway 26 west to coastal Highway 101. Go north on Highway 101 to Warrenton and Astoria.

From Salem - Take I-5 north to Highway 217. Take Hwy 217 northwest to Highway 26. Take Highway 26 west to coastal Highway 101. Go north on Highway 101 to Warrenton and Astoria.

From points on the Oregon Coast - Take Highway 101 north to Warrenton and Astoria.

From points on the Washington Coast - Take Highway 101 south to Astoria and Warrenton.

BY AIR
Astoria has an excellent airport suitable for private planes of any size. At present, it does not have commercial air service.

Numerous commercial flights serve the Portland and Seattle airports. You can drive to Astoria in a rental car from Seattle in 3 hours and from Portland in 2 hours, via the routes shown above.