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Asburry Park
StHelens,
OR
97051
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Asburry Park is a dog friendly day use park located off Sykes Road in St. Helens, next to the Columbia County Fairgrounds.

This is a great place to take your dogs to throw a ball or stick as most of the park is designated as an off leash area. So let the dogs out and run around as there is plenty of space to do so. Beyond just a nice day at the park with the dog, you can also plan a picnic or host an event. Parking and restrooms are available.


Beaver Boat Ramp & Park
US-30
Clatskanie,
OR
97016
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U.S. Highway 30, Clatskanie, Oregon (503) 397-2353

Paved parking, boarding floats, restrooms and barbecue grills are featured at this full-service, day-use park.  One mile from the boat ramp to the Columbia River, via the Clatskanie River.  Located at the intersection of US 30 and Highway 47, within the Clatskanie city limits.


Big Eddy Park
64555 Nehalem Hwy N
Vernonia,
OR
97064
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Reserve online

Named after a large eddy in the Nehalem River, this scenic park has large fir trees, open grassy play areas, fishing, canoeing and a boat launch. It is near the Banks-Vernonia Linear State Park, the Jewell Elk Refuge and the interesting Columbia County Museum in Vernonia.

Located seven miles north of Vernonia on Highway 47.


Camp Wilkerson
65866 Apiary Rd
Rainier,
OR
97048
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Reserve online

This 280-acre secluded, forested site is a favorite among youth organizations and other groups.  It's easy to get back to nature at this beautiful park, with 24 Adirondacks (3-sided camp shelters), numerous tent sites, and a rustic day lodge complete with cooking facilities to accommodate groups of up to 250 people. Take a big step up from a tent and check out our rustic two-room cabins.  Bring your horse, ride the trails and camp in a horse corral tent site.    Camp Wilkerson is located 16 miles northwest of Scappoose, Oregon.


CZ Trail

The Crown Z Trail is a former logging trail through rural areas of Columbia County that connects to the Banks-Vernonia State Trail in Vernonia. The trail starts in Scappoose on the Multnomah Channel at Chapman Landing and transverses through the forested areas of Columbia County to Vernonia Lake. The Crown Z Trail is a partially paved, partially gravel linear trail that is perfect for any season of recreational fun. Walking, hiking, horseback riding, or biking are all options at various points in the trek. Multiple trailheads are located along this scenic 23- mile trail, from the Chapman Landing Trailhead in Scappoose to the Holce Street Trailhead in Vernonia. Certain trailheads offer parking and picnic areas, public restrooms and bicycle repair stations for visitors to use at their leisure.


Dibblee Beach Park

Gilbert River Boat Ramp
NW Reeder Rd.
Portland,
OR
97231
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Located within the famous Sauvie Island Wildlife Area, this facility provides easy access to the Multnomah Channel for a variety of boating activities.

Take the Sauvie Island bridge off U.S. 30 to Reeder Road. Turn left on Gilbert River Boat Ramp Road, approximately one mile to the ramp on the Multnomah Channel. Located two miles downstream from the J.J. Collins Marine Park.


Hudson-Parcher Park
75503 Larson Rd
Rainier,
OR
97048
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Hudson-Parcher Park is popular with family groups, sports groups and others looking for peaceful forest and field campsites. The park offers easy access to fishing, boating, and windsurfing in the nearby Columbia River.

Located one mile NW of Rainier. Turn off U.S. 30 onto Larson Road, then 1/3 mile to park entrance.


JJ Collins Marine Park
Multnomah Channel
Scappoose,
OR
97056
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This serene 23-acre island offers outstanding bird-watching, a 1.5-mile nature trail and a restful lunch spot for boaters, complete with picnic tables and campsites.

Located two miles upstream from the Gilbert River Boat Ramp, and seven miles from the confluence of the Columbia River and the Multnomah Channel on Coon Island.


Prescott Beach
73125 Prescott Beach Dr
Rainier,
OR
97048
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For Reservations Call (503) 366-3984

Prescott Beach hosts one of the Columbia River's finest fishing and windsurfing sites. The beach also features a covered picnic shelter, playground equipment, a beautiful gazebo, a horseshoe pit and sand volleyball courts. Prescott is day-use only, opening one hour before sunrise and closing one hour after sunset.

Located 14 miles north of St. Helens, and five miles south of Rainier. Turn off U.S. 30 onto Graham Road. 1.75 miles to park entrance. 

ANNUAL PARKING PASSES ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE MAIN OFFICE.


Scaponia Park
Scappoose-Vernonia Rd
Vernonia,
OR
97064
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This is a first-come, first-served park.

Scappoose-Vernonia Road, Vernonia, Oregon 

For up to date information, please visit the Forests, Parks, and Recreation's home page.

Scaponia is a favorite destination of summer travelers and fall hunters. This charming, primitive wayside recreational area features a 7-acre nature park.  Located 13 miles west of Scappoose on Scappoose-Vernonia Road.


Scappoose R.V. Park
34038 N Honeyman Rd
Scappoose,
OR
97056
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For up to date information, please visit the Forests, Parks, and Recreation's home page.

A comfortable, shaded view of this growing rural airport makes the Scappoose R.V. Park a special spot for picnicking and camping. So fly in and have lunch at the park!

Located one mile north of Scappoose on U.S. 30. Turn east on West Lane Road. Drive 3/4 mile to Honeyman Road, and turn left. Located adjacent to the Scappoose Industrial Airpark.


Courthouses
Courthouse Annex
230 Strand Street
St. Helens,
OR
97051
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County Jail
County jail
901 Port Ave
St. Helens,
OR
97051
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Transit Center
Transit Center
Transit Centers
Rainier Transit Center
207 W. B Street
Rainier,
OR
97048
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CC Rider transit center in Rainier Oregon


St. Helens Transit Center
1155 Deer Island Rd.
St. Helens,
OR
97051
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CC Rider transit center in St. Helens Oregon