The Port of Ilwaco is a working fishing village located on the Southwest Coast of Washington near the Columbia River Bar. With an 800-slip marina that is ideal for both recreational boaters and commercial fisherman alike, the port offers guest moorage on a year-round basis as well as a launch to back in your boat, two small boat hoists and two fuel docks. Additionally, the Port of Ilwaco has a 50-ton Marine Travelift, a self/full-service work yard and dry boat storage facilities.
Restaurants, lodging, gift shops and galleries are conveniently located nearby the Port of Ilwaco, in addition to a seafood market, a coffee bar and a bookstore. Walk to the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum, a small grocery store, a laundry service, a post office or banks which are adjacent to the port. You can also access the Lewis and Clark Discovery Trail, which is part of the port’s waterfront walkway, or utilize public transportation and taxi services to explore the Long Beach Peninsula. Mark your calendar for special events at the Port of Ilwaco throughout the year, such as the Saturday Market, the Loyalty Day Children’s Parade, the Blessing of the Fleet and the annual Fourth of July Fireworks celebration.