KM Columbia Shores Resort
706 Highway 101
Columbia Shores RV Resort is located on the southern tip of beautiful Long Beach Peninsula near the Washington/Oregon state lines. The peninsula, known as one of the best in the country for razor clamming and surf fishing, has the longest beach expanse for driving in the world. Twenty-eight miles of hard sand beach stretch along the Pacific Ocean northward from Cape Disappointment to Ledbetter Point. The sandy expanse offers opportunities for salmon, sturgeon, albacore and bottom fishing as well beach combing, clam digging, and bird watching. With its location on the banks of the Columbia River, Chinook served as the gateway for Capt. Robert Gray’s 1792 United States claim for all of the land drained by the river. The town was also an ideal camping spot for Lewis and Clark as they neared the end of their 2 year expedition to the Northwest.
Facilities / Amenities: The resort offers a clubhouse, river fishing (license required), salt water fishing (license required), boating, marina, dock, and ramp. Dump station.
Peak: June 1 through September 30
Sites: 57 Partial
Maximum Electrical: 20 /30 amps
Maximum RV Length: 36 ft.
Check in: 9 AM Check out: 9 AM
For expanded driving directions click on directions link in resort callout.
Directions: From Olympia, WA, take Hwy. 101 to Hwy. 18 and rejoin Hwy. 101 South. Go south on Hwy. 101 approximately 65 miles to Chinook. From Portland, OR, take either Hwy. 38 or 26 West to Astoria, go north across the Astoria Bridge on Hwy. 101 approximately 5 miles to Chinook. The resort is on the east side of Hwy. 101 in downtown Chinook.