Clatsop County, Oregon
|County Seat:|| Astoria|
|Founded:||June 22, 1844|
The Clatsop Indians, one of the many Chinook tribes in Oregon is where
the county got its name. The county is bordered by the Columbia River
on the north, the Pacific Ocean on the west; Tillamook County is to the
south, with Columbia County on the east.
county seat of Astoria is the oldest city in Oregon. It was founded in
1811. The Port of Astoria is one of 23 Oregon port districts used for
trade along the Oregon coast. Cruise ships now stop at Astoria for
tourists to enjoy the history, shops, and nearby attractions.
Astoria is where the Lewis and Clark Expedition reached the Pacific Ocean.
Cities and Towns in the County
|Arch Cape||Fort Stevens||Miles Crossing||Svensen Junction|
|Bradwood||Hamlet||Oklahoma Hill||Tolovana Park|
|Brownsmead||Hammond||Olney||Tongue Point Village|
|Cannon Beach||Jeffers Garden||Seaside||Vinemaple|
|Fern Hill||Melville|| || |
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