Port of Astoria

Port of Astoria

Astoria Forest Products has undertaken a massive revival and restoration project at the Port of Astoria. In 2014, we acquired control of Pier 1 and Pier 3 via a long-term lease. We are working with Port authorities to retrofit Pier 3 into an export dock, log yard, and loading facility at an estimated cost of $12 million. Initial plans include building 760 – 1100 feet of dock along the eastern edge of the Pier.

Port History

The Port of Astoria was established in 1910 to operate as both a business and public service agency. Located in Clatsop County about 90 miles northwest of Portland, the Port sits in the furthest northwest corner of Oregon, at the mouth of the great Columbia River. In 1920, the second-largest pier in the U.S. was completed at the Port. Since then, it has been an important port of entry and is still the main trading center in the lower Columbia basin. Port of Astoria website . . .