Port of Camas-Washougal


Located on the beautiful Columbia River, 5 miles east of Portland (River Mile 121.7), the Port of Camas-Washougal welcomes visitors to our Marina, where you can enjoy the scenic beauty - a spectacular view of Mt. Hood and breathtaking sunsets each evening.

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You cannot make a payment for RV Camping or Breakwater Moorage. Payments for RV Camping and Breakwater Moorage are only accepted at the launch ramp payment machine or front office.


Columbia River, 5 miles east of Portland (river mile 121.7)
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Marina Park

Around the loop is 750 feet

Marina Park Enjoy the natural setting on a stroll around Marina Park's walk path. See how many miles you can walk! In addition, there are picnic tables, shade trees, handicap-accessible public restrooms, BBQ pits, groomed grassy areas, and a deck overlooking the Marina. (There is also an RV disposal station nearby.) We invite everyone to come down and enjoy the Park, and don't miss one of our many events.

Waterfront Events

Since 2002, the Port has hosted annual outdoor summertime concerts in Marina Park, always a fun, family-oriented experience. The Riverside Concert Series headliners have included 5 Guys Named Moe, NW Women Rhythm & Blues, Johnny Limbo & the Lugnuts, Misty River Band, Big Night Out and many others. Other events have included an art gallery for local artists, Camas Days Art in the Park, Closing Day ceremonies for boating season and The Lower Columbia Walleye Club fishing tournaments, just to name a few. Please join us as we celebrate the summer with lots of fun and entertainment. Check our event calendar for event dates and times.

Moorage Space

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Marina Map

Marina Map

Current Conditions

Marina Cam
Marina Cam

Current Conditions
57° F Mostly Clear
Wind: 7 mph NNW
Humidity: 64%
Sunrise: 6:57 am
Sunset: 7:5 pm

2009 Clean Marina Award


Recipient of the
From the University of Washington’s Sea Grant Program administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, US Dept. Of Commerce