At the Port of Camas-Washougal, the safety of our tenants, customers and employees is always foremost on our minds.
Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, the Port’s lobby will be closed to the public. Office personnel will still be working and are available to provide the assistance you need via computer, phone or mail. Our online launch ramp and permit services are convenient and accessible 24 hours a day, as well as our waitlist and leasing options for hangars and marina slips.
Please contact us for more information (360) 835-2196
One Boat One House
While the Parker’s Landing Marina and Boat Launch remain open, If you do go boating, take appropriate precautions. With the return of nice weather, more people have been utilizing the launch ramp and we have observed that not everyone is taking the appropriate steps to keep themselves and others safe. In order to keep the launch ramp open, we each need to do our part to keep boating safe during this time.
Public Meeting Information
On March 24th, 2020 a new Governor’s proclamation went into effect regarding public meetings. By order of Washington State Governor Jay Inslee, Proclamation 20-28, until further notice, all Commission Meetings will be available to the public only by conference call. Please check the Commission Calendar for meeting dates and time changes.
(978) 990-5000 Meeting Code: 893666
Feed Me Fight Me designs, produces and sells clothing items such as leggings, swimwear, shorts, sports bras, hats, socks, shirts and baby and toddler wear with food-themed patterns. They sell general fitness apparel that targets CrossFit, powerlifting, mixed martial arts (MMA) and jiu-jitsu athletes. Many of the Feed Me Fight Me employees are either active or former military personnel.
2020 Launch Ramp Permits
Summer is coming. Avoid the crowds and order your 2020 annual launch ramp permit today!
Please contact us for more information
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.