It's our nature to preserve. It's our nature to explore. It's our nature to soar. It's our nature to thrive.

All visitors to the Port offices must wear a mask regardless of vaccination status

Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:00am – 4:30pm, and Wednesday from 9:00am – 4:30pm. We are closed daily from 12:00pm – 1:00pm for lunch.

Please contact us for more information   (360) 835-2196

Public Meeting Information

COVID-19 case numbers are rising in Clark County. Given the current virus activity, the Port of Camas-Washougal has decided to return to zoom-only Commission meetings until further notice.  All online meeting information is available on our commission calendar.

Marina
Airport
Business & Real Estate
Parks & Trails

Waterfront Revitalization

Waterfront Revitalization

The Port’s goal in creating the Waterfront Vision and Master Plan was
to design for the future what could be a lively, walk-able place with
community gathering and character spaces, commercial, retail,
mixed use and residential uses.

Projects

Projects

Each year the Port Commission adopts a capital improvement budget that drives economic development, creates jobs, promotes commerce and provides recreational opportunities.

Featured Tenant

Featured Tenant

Rick Anderson, owner of FlyIt Academy.  FlyIt Academy is a community of pilots passionate about general aviation. They are devoted to transforming dreams of flying into reality by teaching the art of aviation. Their focus is people, caring about the individual person more than the financial bottom line. Quoting his own aviation mentor, Rick says with every flight, there should be three goals: to learn a little something, have some fun, and not break the airplane.

Available Properties

Available Properties

Want to start or grow your business at the Port? For information on available Port property for sale or lease, please contact the Business Development Manager, (360) 835-2196 ext. 114, or send an email.

2021 Launch Ramp Permits

Permits are available for purchase online or at the Port office.  Permit valid through December 31, 2021.

Please contact us for more information

(360) 835-2196

Our Business Communities

Currently, Port of Camas-Washougal maintains and grows the local business community through the development and maintenance of its 300-acre Industrial Park. This business district plays a major role in bringing new and expanding companies to the area, averaging a 95+ percent occupancy rate, and providing the community with approximately 1000 jobs and an annual payroll of over $30 million.

Latest Events & News

Christmas Ships

#PortCW

The days are getting shorter and the weather is becoming more unpredictable. Fall is upon us and it's time to adjust boating practices. To stay safe while boating this fall, here are some tips: 1. Dress in layers. Days can still be warm but the temps drop quickly once the sun goes down. Wear comfortable layers and avoid cotton or denim as it doesn't dry as easily or retain heat as well as wool and synthetic materials. 2. Update your charts. As water levels change with the seasons, the landmarks you relied on during summer may not be visible as the rains come. Make sure your electronic and physical charts are up to date. 3. Do a systems check. Make sure your bilge is working and check steering before leaving the launch ramp. Check your fuel levels before heading out and ensure that navigation lights are operational if you plan to be out after dark. 4. Wear a life jacket. As with most safety tips this is important regardless of the season. In the fall, air and water temps drop, increasing the risk of hypothermia for someone who accidentally falls overboard. While children under the age of 13 are required to wear life jackets, it's a good idea for adults to wear them too. Enjoy the water and the fishing this fall and remember...Safety First! ... See MoreSee Less
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Hey...Junior Rangers, we know school has started back up and summer is winding down, but the weather is still great for getting outside and visiting local trails. If you haven't already, stop by the Port office at the top of the marina to pick up your Junior Ranger book and get connected to nature and to the history of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The #lewisandclarktrail #juniorranger activity booklet features today's storytellers of the Trail who share their perspective on the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Find more Junior Ranger Online activities at www.nps.gov/lecl/learn/kidsyouth/beajuniorranger.htm ... See MoreSee Less
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