E Harbor and Hwy 101, Warrenton Oregon
Youngs Bay Bridge spans the bay West of Astoria to carry Oregon Coast Highway (US 101) traffic over the 4,200 foot, two-lane bridge with its 30-foot roadway. The bridge's lift span, shown in the foreground and partially open, consists of a steel lift span which has an 80-foot vertical clearance when lifted at mean low water, and a 45-foot clearance when in a closed position. It needs to be lifted only for larger ships. Width between channel piers is 130 feet.
The Old Young's Bay Bridge was constructed in 1921 and was Conde McCullough's first bridge on the Oregon Coast. It was replaced in 1964 by the present structure.
(Cannon Beach) Arcadia Beach State Park
(Warrenton) Cullaby Lake County Park
() Del Rey Beach State Park
(Cannon Beach) Ecola Marker and View of Tillamook Rock
() Ecola State Park
() Gearhart Necanicum Estuary
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09/19 Coming to The Warrenton area
Water Music Festival Seaview WA April1 The Water Music Festival is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality chamber music to the Lower Columbia River Region.
Astoria-Warrenton Crab and Seafood Festival Warrenton OR April26 Crab and seafood as well as entertainment. Listen to the Astoria HS Jazz Band on Sunday.
Seattle Japanese Cultural Festival Seattle WA April26-28 The festival features Japanese exhibits, performances, and demonstrations. Held at the Seattle Center in the Fisher Pavilion. The annual festival began in 1976 with a gift of 1,000 cherry trees to the city of Seattle from the Japanese government to celebrate the U.S. Bicentennial.
Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival Hoquiam WA April26-28 Witness the migrating shorebirds at Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge and other birding hotspots in Grays Harbor County.
Northwest Folklife Festival Seattle WA May24-27 Music and dance performances, visual arts, folklore exhibits, hands-on children's activities, workshops, crafts, food, demonstrations, and more!