Portland Area

Sauvie Island: Larson’s Marina

     My boat will be moored at Larson's Marina, which is located at 14426 NW Larson Rd., Portland, 97231, off Hwy 30.  Larson Rd. is to the north off Hwy 30 (road from Portland to St. Helens), approximately one block prior to the Multnomah county bridge across to Sauvie Island.  After turning on Larson Rd., you will travel approximately 100 yards and cross railroad tracks.  Immediately after crossing the railroad tracks, do a U turn in the parking lot and as you drive back approximately 100 yards along the boat houses and moored boats to the walkway bridge to the docks, you will see my boat at the dock.  Park ahead near the walkway to the docks. 

Cathedral Park: St. Johns

     The Cathedral Park boat launch is located at 8676 N Crawford St, Portland, OR 97203.  Driving directions from Hwy 30 (NW Yeon, Portland) is cross the St. Johns Bridge travelling northwest and take the 1st right onto N. Syracuse St Turn right onto N Burlington Ave Turn slight right onto N Salem Ave Turn right onto N Crawford St 8676 N CRAWFORD ST is on the left.  Try to park as close to the restrooms as possible.  My boat should have been launched and should be parked on one of the launch docks.

Oregon City: Jon Storm Park Boat Dock


     This location is off Hwy 99E (McLoughlin Blvd) in Oregon City.  Turn left (west) off Hwy 99E on Dunes Dr. (this is a traffic signal that if you turned to the east, you would enter Oregon City Shopping Center where the Fisherman’s Marine store is located).  Drive the approximate one block to the stop sign where you turn left on Clackamette Drive.  Drive approximately 200 yards and you will see the restrooms by the road and the dock on your right, at the waters edge.

Astoria Area



     Hwy 101 is the major north-south coastal highway.  Warrenton is located across Youngs Bay from Astoria.  Turn west on E. Harbor Dr./NW Warrenton Dr.  This turn is at a traffic signal and a Walgreen’s Drug Store as well as Dooger’s Restaurant are on the corners of this intersection.  You will drive approximately 2 miles to a 4-way stop where you will continue straight on NW Warrenton Dr.  Drive approximately 5 miles to the next stop sign at Lake Dr. (There is a small tackle shop located on one corner of the intersection and a sign indicating that if you drive straight, you will be entering the Fort Stevens State Park.  Turn right (north) and drive approximately 2 blocks where you will turn to the right to enter the Hammond Marina boat launch and parking area.  Park near the blue restrooms near the boat launch and be sure to pay parking fee (they will ticket you).

Tillamook/Garibaldi/Nehalem Area



     This is a small, historical port town located approximately 12 miles north of Tillamook, Or, on Hwy 101.  Driving north on Hwy 101, upon entering the town, you will pass the Econolodge Motel on the left and the Garibaldi House Inn and Suites on your right.  A block later you will see signs indicating the port and boat launch facilities by turning left (south) on S. 7th St. (a Shell gas station is on one corner).  Drive approximately 3 blocks on 7th St, to where the road turns one way.  Continue approximately 100 yards and park in the lot on your left near the restrooms.  To locate my boat moorage, while standing in the parking lot, you can see the Marina Store located next to the boat launch/water to your left.  Approximately 75’ to the right of the store is a walkway to the boat docks.  Take that walkway to the dock and at the bottom of that walkway, my boat is the very first boat on your right.


     On Hwy 101, just south of the bridge that crosses the Nehalem River, a boat launch is located to the west off Hwy 101.  Be sure to pay the parking fee because they will ticket you.




     The port is the South Beach Marina, which is located near the Oregon Coast Aquarium and NOAA Port facilities. Off Hwy 101, follow signs indicating these port facilities. If driving from the north, you will have crossed the Yaquina Bay arch bridge. After crossing the bridge, drive approximately 300 yards and turn right on SW Abalone St, which will curl back under the Yaquina Bay Arch bridge and by the Rogue Breweries onto SE Marine Science Dr. If driving from the south, turn right (east) onto SE Pacific Way which will intersect with SE Marine Science Dr. at the Rogue Breweries where you will turn right. Follow Marine Science Dr. as it curls along the port area (on your left) for approximately ¼ mile until arriving at a circular round-a-bout. In the round-a-bout, turn left into the port parking facilities, which is a large parking lot with a boat launch. In the parking lot, drive straight to the area of the restrooms where you can park in that area, including spaces reserved for charter customers (Not within the curbed parking area. They will ticket you!). You can walk down to my boat, which will be parked at the dock along the boat launch area.

Depoe Bay

     Off Hwy 101 in Depoe Bay, SE Schoolhouse St. runs to the east (a Shell gas station is on one corner).  Turn east and then do an immediate turn north on SE Shell Av.  You will drive approximately 200 yards to the boat launch and parking area.



Winchester Bay

     The fishing community of Winchester Bay is centered on the mouth of the Umpqua River at the Pacific Ocean off Hwy 101.  This town is located 4 miles south of Reedsport, or 20 miles north of Coos Bay on the central Oregon coast.  It will take approximately 4 hours to drive from the Portland area, or 2 hours from the Eugene area.  Driving south on I-5 south of Eugene, take exit 162 (Drain) and follow Hwy 38 to Reedsport.  Turn south on Hwy 101 approximately 5 miles to Winchester Bay.

     Upon entering Winchester Bay, turn west on Salmon Harbor Dr. and approximately 4 blocks later, turn right on Ork Rock Rd. (The port of Winchester Bay office is on the corner). Keep to the left and my moorage will be in the harbor, on your left.  There is plenty of parking in the area.

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