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.

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.

#PortCW

Fall is a wonderful time of year with the trees showing off their brilliant yellows, oranges and reds as a final hurrah before winter weather moves in. There's nothing quite like driving through the foliage during this time of year. This pic was taken yesterday at Cape Horn viewpoint off Hwy 14. There is so much beauty in the Gorge! Please feel free to post your favorite fall pics in the comment section here. #fall2021 #ournaturetoexplore #portcw #capehorn ... See MoreSee Less
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PORTS: What do they do? While you may immediately think of large harbors or airports when you hear the word “port,” there is so much more to ports than just transportation! Please join us for this multi-part series exploring ports and learning the various ways they support the communities they serve.Part 1: Economic Development/Job CreationWashington State has 75 public port districts, operating in 33 of the 39 counties in the state, and is the largest locally controlled public port system in the world. These ports play a crucial role for the state’s economic health and competitiveness. As they say in real estate, “location, location, location!” and Washington’s location and geography give the state a competitive edge facilitating trade of agricultural products between the Midwest and Asia. The state of Washington is home to only 2% of the U.S. population, but its ports handle 7% of U.S. exports and 6% of all imports. While the coastal ports in Washington contribute enormously to the regional and statewide economies with their movement of goods, smaller ports also have significant impacts to the communities they serve. Almost every port in Washington pursues an aggressive program of economic development through infrastructure, industrial, import/export, tourism and entrepreneurial development. Ports invest in the long-term future of their communities by building facilities which will eventually house businesses and, in turn, will reinvest in the health and prosperity of the area. Ports can develop the infrastructure necessary to attract employers and, once the facilities are built, they lease the buildings to these businesses which generate livable-wage jobs in the community. In a 2016 study of Washington’s ports, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis found that over 71,000 direct jobs were supported by the state’s port districts and, through supply chain linkages and worker income expenditures, activities at Washington public ports support an additional 104,000 jobs, for a total of over 175,000 jobs created/supported by the state’s ports. The Port of Camas-Washougal operates a 300-acre industrial park in Washougal, Washington and the Port’s properties are home to 54 business tenants. There are 19 (soon to be 20) buildings in the industrial park totaling nearly 350,000 square feet with an occupancy of 100%. For each acre of land it leases, the Port of Camas-Washougal produces over 6 jobs, and the Port provides facilities and services for land, air and rail-based commerce in order to enhance employment and economic growth, contributing to the quality of life in the community.Washington ports operate with a long-term view to build and protect community assets, create jobs, promote enterprise, and move goods. The state’s port districts are community focused public enterprises which play a unique role in statewide infrastructure development and have tremendous impact on the areas they serve. ... See MoreSee Less
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