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Oregon United States #30 Highway Guide

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Junction of highway # Interstate # 205 & # 30 bypass
Exit #23a.City of Portland, Oregon. North to cities of Tacoma Washington, Seattle. South to cities of Gresham,Oregon - Salem, Oregon. Attraction in and around Portland, Oregon: End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center - The Japanese Garden - Oregon Historical Society - Oregon Museum of Science and Industry - Oregon Zoo - Pittock Mansion - Portland Art Museum - Portland Children's Museum - Portland Classical Chinese Garden - World Forestry Center Discovery Museum -
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0.2
City of Portland, Oregon - North East Columbia Blvd.
North side of highway
0.7
1.1
Junction of highway # 213 so. ( North East 82 Ave )
South to communities of Molalla, Oregon - Silverton, Oregon.
2.9
4.7
42 Ave
South of highway
5.0
8.0
Junction of highway # 99e ( Martin Luther King Blvd. )
South to Oregon City, Molalla River State Day Park. Molalla River State Park has grassy field areas for picnics and games and a pet exercise area where you can let your dog run off leash. Fishing is a popular activity, and a boat ramp gives you convenient river access. No boat? You can cross the river on the Canby Ferry, located a quarter mile downstream. It's one of three ferries still in operation on the Willamette River.
6.0
9.7
Junction of Interstate # 5 ( North Interstate Ave )
South to cities of Salem, Oregon - Springfield, Oregon - Eugene, Oregon. North to cities of Olympia, Washington, Tacoma, Washington Seattle, Washington. South access to Champoeg State Heritage Park Campground. Camping; 12 full hookup, 67 electrical (maximum site 50 feet. 6 walk-in tent sites; hiker/cyclist camp.
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10.9
Greely Ave
Access to Swan Island, Oregon.
10.2
16.4
Point of Interest
St. Johns Bridge crossing the Columbia River
10.6
17.0
Junction of highway # Interstate # 30 bypass
Note highway 30 bypass joins highway #30 north at this point
12.4
20.0
Services at highway
North side of highway
13.3
21.4
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large turnout
14.5
23.4
Sauvie Island, Oregon
Highway access to Sauvie Island. North side of highway. Access to Sauvie Island Wildlife Area
15.3
24.6
Point of Interest
West boundary city of Portland, Oregon.
16.3
26.3
Community of Burlington
Access from highway
17.0
27.4
Access to Cornelius Pass
South side of highway
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29.1
Access to Logie Trail
South side of highway
18.4
29.6
Roadside highway turnout with Information historical marker
East side of highway
20.3
32.7
Truck Weigh Station
East side of highway
20.6
33.2
Boat Basin Road, access to boat launch
East side of highway, access to boat launch
20.9
33.7
Access to Marina
East side of highway
22.9
36.9
Services at highway
East side of highway
23.3
37.5
City of Scappoose, Oregon
East side of highway
24.6
39.6
City of Scappoose, Oregon - Maple Street
Scappoose business area
24.9
40.0
City of Scappoose, Oregon - Columbia Ave
Access to airport
25.5
41.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Scappoose River, Oregon.
29.4
47.3
Community of Warren, Oregon
Access from highway
31.7
51.0
City of St. Helens, Oregon
All services
35.1
56.5
Port of St. Helens, Oregon
East of highway
38.2
61.4
Community of Deer Island, Oregon
All services
38.4
61.8
Services at highway
West side of highway
38.5
62.0
Roadside highway turnout with Information historical marker

40.4
65.0
View from highway
Driving north
41.3
66.5
Point of Interest
Crossing Tide Creek, Oregon
42.1
67.7
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, gravel
43.0
69.2
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, gravel
44.6
71.8
Community of Goble, Oregon
Access from highway
45.1
72.5
Access to R V park
East side of highway
47.4
76.3
Community of Prescott, Oregon
Access to Prescott Beach Day use river park
51.0
82.1
City of Rainier, Oregon
South limits
51.5
82.9
City of Rainier, Oregon
Business section of Rainier
53.1
85.4
Rock Crest Road
Access to Bridge crossing the Columbia River. North to cities of Longview and Seattle. Services at highway
53.9
86.7
Roadside highway turnout with view area
North side of highway. Photo from view area
54.4
87.6
Roadside highway turnout with view area
North side of highway. Photo from view point looking north
54.7
88.1
Access to Hudsons Park
Access to campground south side of highway
56.9
91.6
Community of Allston, Oregon
North of highway
57.6
92.7
Point of Interest
Crossing Beaver Creek
57.9
93.2
View from highway
Driving west
64.4
103.7
Community of Clatskanie, Oregon

64.9
104.4
Point of Interest
Crossing the Clatskanie River, Oregon.
65.1
104.7
Clatskanie Park
North side of highway
65.4
105.2
Junction of highway # 47
Access to Clatskanie, business section. South to communities of Mist, Oregon - Nata, Oregon - Pittsburg, Oregon.
71.6
115.3
Community of Woodson, Oregon
North side of highway
73.8
118.7
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, large gravel turnout
74.6
120.0
Old Milltown Road
Community of Westport. Access to toll ferry crossing the Columbia River
74.6
120.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Plymton Creek
78.9
127.0
Bradley Oregon State Scenic Viewpoint Park
North side of highway. This was one of the first parcels of land donated as park land to the Oregon Highway Commission in 1922. This is one of the few rest stops along Highway 30 where you'll find picnic tables, a wondrous Douglas fir forest overlooking the Columbia River, a monument, and restroom.
79.4
127.7
Point of Interest
Clatsop Summit, Oregon
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128.4
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, paved
79.8
128.5
Point of Interest
Clatsop State Forest east Boundary
81.3
130.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Gnat Creek. Access to the Gnat Creek Fish Hatchery. This hatchery raises spring chinook salmon for the Clatsop Economic Development Committee (CEDC). It is a rearing facility with no adult fish present. An interesting interpretive trail of the Nicolai Watershed shows the relationship between fish and their watershed. A state park and Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Refuge are nearby.
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Clatsop State Forest - Gnat Creek Campground
A state forestry campground with 12 campsites close to the Gnat Fish Hatchery
83.4
134.2
Ziak Creek Road
North to community of Brownsmead, Oregon.
84.3
135.7
Point of Interest
Clatsop State Forest west boundary
85.6
137.7
Community of Knappa, Oregon
North of highway
86.1
138.6
Services at highway
North side of highway, fuel, diesel
86.7
139.6
Point of Interest
Crossing Big Creek
89.6
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Community of Svensen, Oregon ( Svensen Island Drive Road )
Services at highway, access to campground
90.5
145.6
Point of Interest
Crossing Bear Creek, Oregon.
93.1
149.8
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
94.0
151.2
View from highway
Driving west
94.1
151.5
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, paved turnout
94.9
152.7
Point of Interest
Crossing the John Day River, Oregon.
95.8
154.1
Community of John Day, Oregon.

96.1
154.7
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway, gravel
97.1
156.2
City of Astoria, Oregon.
Eastern corporate Limits. Attractions in and around the City of Astoria: The Astoria Column - Columbia River Maritime Museum - Fort Clatsop National Memorial Fort - Fort Stevens State Park Forest - Waterfront Parks - Flavel House Museum - Heritage Museum - Fort Astoria - Uppertown Firefighters Museum.
97.5
156.9
Access to Tongue Point, Oregon.
North side of highway
99.6
160.3
Astoria, Oregon Business Area
All services
100.4
161.6
Columbia River Maritime Museum ( 17th Street )
North side of highway. Located on Astoria, Oregon's historic waterfront, the acclaimed Columbia River Maritime Museum displays one of the most extensive collections of nautical artifacts on the west coast. Designated Oregon's official state maritime museum, this outstanding institution with 44,200 square feet of exhibit space was the first nationally accredited maritime museum in the western United States. Photo view of Astoria-Megler Bridge highway # 101
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Astoria / Warrenton Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Centre
South side of highway. Great staff, they really know the area. This is a must if you require information.
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Junction of highway # 101north - #101 / 26 south
Access to Astoria-Megler Bridge. North to State of Washington. The Astoria-Megler Bridge, which was formally dedicated August 27, 1966, stretches 4.1 miles from Astoria, Oregon, across the mouth of the Columbia River, to Point Ellice, Washington. Its construction was an impressive feat. The bridge's main span is 1,232 feet in length, the longest 'continuous truss' in the world. For highway travel Via U.S. Highway 101 'The Pacific Coast Highway' - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide -Washington US Highway # 101 - City of Astoria - Oregon State Line to city of Aberdeen for driving directions.

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Junction of highway # 101north - #101 / 26 south
For highway travel south Via U.S. Highway 101 'The Pacific Coast Highway' - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - U.S. Highway # 101 - City of Astoria, Oregon to The California / Oregon State Line, for driving directions.

102.2
164.5
Access to The City of Warrenton - Fort Stevens State Park
West of highway. West to Fort Stevens State Park. Fort Stevens was the main military installtion in the Three Fort Harbor Defense System guarding the mouth of the Columbia River. The other two forts were Fort Canby and Fort Columbia in Washington. The fort was established during the Civil War and closed at the end of World Ware II, a total of 84 years. Fort Stevens State Park Campground. Camping; The park has 174 full hookups, 303 electrical, 42 tent (maximum site 50 feet); 15 yurts; group tent (4 areas); hiker/biker camping -- Start / Finish ofU.S. #30 Road Map Highway Travel Guide. -e