One of the gorgeous attractions and areas in Astoria, Oregon, is the Columbia River in the downtown area. But it’s an even more attractive place when fall arrives in downtown Astoria, Oregon. So you ought to map out your tour of the splay of fall foliage in downtown Astoria, Oregon, by staying at the Astoria Riverwalk Inn. Here are some of the best locations near the Columbia River and downtown Astoria, Oregon, to chart a fall foliage map.

Downtown Astoria

The downtown area is a great place to start your fall journey. You can start outside the Astoria Riverwalk Inn and find the Columbia River. In addition, you can also learn a lot about the river through a few attractions at the Columbia River Maritime Museum.

Youngs River

This is an offshoot of the Columbia River that travels outside of Astoria. The Youngs River has its origins in the Astoria downtown area. Off of the Columbia River, you will find Youngs Bay, which then pours into the Youngs River. If you travel far enough, you can visit Young’s River Falls Park, a wonderful place to see an autumnal waterfall.

Lewis and Clark River

The Lewis and Clark River is an offshoot of Youngs Bay. Like the Youngs River, this river also leads to a beautiful hiking location. The Lewis and Clark National Historical Park will give you some history about the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Stay Warm And Enjoy Fall In Astoria, Oregon

Whether your map takes you further down the Columbia River or sticks you to downtown Astoria, Oregon, to observe the fall foliage, we think it will be worth it. You might not even have to leave your Astoria Riverwalk Inn room to see the fantastic fall colors. The Astoria Riverwalk Inn is located right off the Astoria Riverwalk. Each of the Inn’s 114 rooms offers a deck with glorious views of the Columbia River. Guests can also enjoy in-room coffee and tea, free high-speed wireless internet, complimentary bicycles (during biking season), etc. Please check availability to book your Astoria, Oregon, getaway (or call us directly at 503-325-2013).