Harbor / Marina

Port of Ilwaco

4 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Michele
Michele
March 22, 2021
May- September is the Saturday market
David & Kat
David & Kat
August 15, 2020
2 min. walk to the port of Ilwaco, every saturday during summer there is a farmers market. Enjoy fresh fruits, vegetables , and other homemade treasures!
Susie
Susie
May 14, 2016
The Saturday Market at the Port of Ilwaco is open May through September. Hang out with our fishing fleet and about 60 local vendors with their tents up on Saturdays, 10-4. Madeline Dickerson's Pink Poppy cakes and pastries are hand-crafted and as beautiful as they are delicious as well as Simpli…
Narcisa
Narcisa
March 31, 2015
Enjoy the marina, various shops, restaurants & local antiques. Launch your boat or go fishing on a charter here! Annual Saturday market from MAY-OCT

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Museum
“The current World Kite Museum collection now houses over 1500 kites from 26 countries around the world. The American Kite Association combined their archives with theirs in the late 1990’s. These materials coupled with our active oral history program makes the World Kite Museum resource for research on kites around the world. Textbook companies and freelance writers have utilized our ephemera to create articles and books about the history of kiting. The History of the World Kite Museum and Hall of Fame now proceeds with educating and entertaining visitors, protecting and increasing their collections plus researching and discovering more about kites past and present.”
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Park
“Cape Disappointment is located across the river in Washington just 20mins from Astoria. It got it’s name from Captain John Mearess who failed to cross the river bar in 1788. There’s a lot of history that’s tied to this place! The State Park is large and has a diverse landscape of old-growth forests where you can hike, freshwater lakes for boating, saltwater marches, the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, and two lighthouses (North Head Lighthouse and Cape Disappointment Lighthouse) We spent half the day exploring the park, first starting out by hiking to Cape Disappointment Lighthouse, stopping to look at the Dead Man’s Cove, and then visiting the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. During sunset time we drove over to the North Head Lighthouse which was recently renovated. The park has a lot of camping as well and Alex grew up camping there almost every summer.”
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Store
“This is my "go to" antique mall. Tons of variety and prices. Be sure to visit both levels. ”
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Seafood Restaurant
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Location
165 Howerton Avenue
Ilwaco, Washington 98624
Phone+1 360-642-3143