The Riverfront Walk In This Coastal Oregon Town Is 6.5 Miles Of Breezy Beauty

To really explore one of Oregon’s towns, you need to get out of your car and take a walk. You’ll see all kinds of things you might miss while driving by, and get some fresh air in the process! Astoria is one of the Oregon coast’s most charming towns, and it has a 6.5-mile-long riverfront path that you’ll want to stroll.

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Have you strolled along the Astoria Riverwalk? Tell us about your adventure, and show us your photos in the comments!

While you’re in Astoria, make sure to climb this historic tower to see some incredible views, and ride the riverfront trolley for a narrated ride past some of the town’s iconic sights.