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The Weather in Astoria
This is the climate diagram in Astoria. August is the warmest month in Astoria with average maximum temperatures of 69°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 37°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Period homes next to nature: book vacation rentals in Astoria, Oregon
Natural beauty, small-town charm and American heritage are combined in Astoria, Oregon. Find a cozy home and live like a local with the ability to explore state parks, delve into local history, or simply soak up the charm of this sleepy city from the comfort of your vacation rental in Astoria, Oregon.
Enjoy an evening stroll with local food
Looking onto the Columbia River, the Astoria Riverwalk is a stretch of cafes, restaurants, and bars that also features a lot of important historical sites. For a unique experience, hop on the restored Astoria Riverfront Trolley for a quaint blast from the past.
Not far from the Riverwalk off Marine Drive, you can find a fantastic local market running frequently throughout summer. As well as fresh local produce and delicious food, you can meet some of Astoria's local artists face-to-face over their craft works and art pieces.
History is here
You'll find no shortage of historical sites within walking distance from any Astoria vacation home. The first permanent United States settlement on the Pacific coast, Astoria is home to the fascinating Columbia River Maritime Museum.
For a different kind of history, visit the Oregon Film Museum. Hollywood icon Clarke Gable first trod the boards in 1922, at the Astoria Theater. Free Willy, The Black Stallion, Into the Wild, and The Goonies are just some of the famous films made here.
See it all at Fort Stevens State Park
You can easily enjoy excursions from Astoria. Heading north, savor the views from your car across the 4-mile long Astoria-Megler Bridge to neighboring Washington state. Within a short drive, there are picnic spots, camping grounds, beaches and mountain panoramas.
Alternatively, head west about five miles, past Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, to Fort Stevens State Park. This park really packs it all in: Beautiful beaches, endless hiking and biking trails, even an old fortress and a century-old shipwreck.
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