125 feet high with 164 sprial steps to the top for the most fantastic view of the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. It can be seen from the Franklin Street Bed & Breakfast.
An elegant Victorian home built by Captain George Flavel. It is listed in the National Regster of Historic Places. A short walk from the Franklin B&B.
Learn about our region's maritime history. The museum is full of artifacts, models, and displays. Best of all it is a short walk from Franklin St.
There are four pools, a spa, a fitness room and it is open year-round. One of the pools features 105 foot open slide.
A living history program that features demonstrations daily. Ft. Clatsop was the winter quarters for the Lewis and Clark expedition.
This fort guarded the mouth of the Columbia River from the Civil War until World War II. The park features a state run campground, museum, and old gun batteries to explore.
An event held every year during the last weekend in April. It features seafood of all varieties and samples of many Oregon wines. There are retail and craft booths plus continuous entertainment.
Held in June during the summer solstice. Festivities include Nordic dishes, costumes, crafts, music and folk dancing. You don't have to be scandinavian to love this.
A great time on the Columbia River. Four area towns feature firework displays over the river and ocean. There are many activities and the weather is usually great in July.
A tradition since 1894. It takes place each year during the second weekend of August. Some of the highlights include the grand parade, Yacht Club races, salmon barbecue, and a classic car show.