Take in everything Astoria has to offer from this Historic and tranquil getaway.
Be close enough to all the sites of the city while staying tucked away at this hidden gem.
Parker Landing is not only rich in Astoria history but it's surrounded by mesmerizing water views. Jumping fish, gillnet boats, sunsets, and 356 species of birds makes this location a watcher's dream.
Stateroom 1 is a spacious one bedroom unit with full kitchen, dining area, living room and views from every window.
Astoria is a port city founded in 1811. It is the oldest city in the state of Oregon and was the first American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains.
The county is the northwest corner of Oregon, and Astoria is located on the south shore of the Columbia River, where the river flows into the Pacific Ocean. The city is named for John Jacob Astor, an investor and entrepreneur from New York City, whose American Fur Company founded Fort Astoria at the site and established a monopoly in the fur trade in the early nineteenth century. Astoria was incorporated by the Oregon Legislative Assembly on October 20,
Parker Landing is surrounded by Young's Bay and Young's River: Youngs Bay is a body of water just west of Astoria, Oregon, and east of the communities of Warrenton and Hammond. It receives the waters of Youngs River and the Lewis and Clark River. Youngs Bay is surrounded by Astoria, Oregon, Coxcomb Hill and the Astoria Column, and Saddle Mountain. Youngs Bay is crossed by U.S. Highway-101 (Highway-26), from which there are good views of the Coast Range, Saddle Mountain, and Astoria, Oregon.
Astoria is rich in history with lots of interesting tourist attractions and stunning scenery for visitors to enjoy. We hope you will love this city and the beauty that surrounds the amenity filled accommodations of Parker Landing.