One for each community of Astoria and Warrenton, these visitor maps show major roads, attractions and important sites making it very easy to find your way around while in town or to plot out your visit while in planning stages.
Astoria Visitor Map
Warrenton Visitor Map
How to Get Here
Use Google Maps
to find directions from your starting point.
Astoria and Warrenton are about two hours from Portland and three hours from Seattle.
Operated by Oregon Coachways, the NorthWest POINTwill run two roundtrips per day with morning and evening departures from both Astoria and Portland, seven days a week. Visit Northwest Point
for schedules, fares and other information.
The Northwest Connector
is an alliance of transit agencies across NW Oregon, that connect and coordinate to meet your transportation needs. Serves the Coast between Astoria and Yachats, and into the valley including Rainier, Portland and Salem.
The Warrenton - Astoria Regional Airport
is suitable for private planes of any size.
The City of Warrenton
operates the Hammond and Warrenton marinas and the Port of Astoria
operates two marinas in Astoria with moorage for visiting boaters.
provides several itineraries for local tours in the Astoria,Warrenton and Long Beach Peninsula with a 12-passenger, ADA accessible bus or van. They can also cater to your custom transit needs.
Sunset Empire Transportation District offers routes throughout Astoria and Warrenton, Seaside and Cannon Beach year-round.
Please check out the Oregon Department of Transportation’s TripCheck
for road conditions that may affect travel due to construction or weather.
Travel Astoria and Warrenton
111 West Marine Drive
Astoria, Oregon 97103
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