Fort Columbia

Located near the Long Beach Peninsula and a four-mile long bridge to Astoria, OR, Fort Columbia State Park sits in a secluded area overlooking the Columbia River. The park has wooded hiking trails, historical buildings, bunkers, and a museum. A short drive leads to charming towns, breezy coastal dunes, and saltwater marshes on the peninsula.
Steward's House
Situated on the highest point at the fort, the Steward's House offers a spectacular view of the Columbia River from a broad open porch. The cozy two-story building, fully refurbished and updated, has retained its lovely original features. Adding to the old-time charm of the building are polished hardwood floors, wooden stairs leading to two bedrooms with queen-size beds and quilted covers, a living room with pressed-tin ceilings, an antique wood stove (converted to propane), and an antique claw-foot bathtub. The living room has a TV and DVD player, and the country-style kitchen has modern appliances.

Capacity
The Steward's house can accommodate up to four guests.

Features
  • Cozy period-furnished living room with TV and DVD player
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, dining and cooking utensils
  • Linens
  • Two bedrooms
  • Upstairs bath with tub (no shower)
Rates
  • Peak Season Weeknights - $172 plus tax per night
  • Peak Season Weekends and Holidays - $191 plus tax per night
  • Winter and Shoulder Season Weeknights - $143 plus tax per night
  • Winter and Shoulder Season Weekends and Holidays - $172 plus tax per night

Scarborough House
Built in 1902, the Scarborough House is very spacious and comfortably accommodates up to 12 guests. Sleeping accommodations include one room with two queen-size beds, one room with one queen bed, one room with two twin beds, and one room with one twin bed. In addition, the spacious living room has three full-size futons, plush couches, TV, and DVD player. The living room opens onto a large porch that faces an old-growth forest. The dining room is stately, and a modern, tiled kitchen offers a comfortable place to prepare culinary delights.

Capacity
The Scarborough House can accommodate up to 12 guests.

Features

  • Cozy living room with couches and futons
  • Dining room
  • Four bedrooms
  • Kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, dining and cooking utensils
  • Large screen TV and DVD player
  • Linens
  • Sleeping accommodations in the living room
  • Two bathrooms
Rates
  • Peak Season Weeknights - $280 plus tax per night 
  • Peak Season Weekends and Holidays - $311 plus tax per night 
  • Winter and Shoulder Season Weeknights - $233 plus tax per night 
  • Winter and Shoulder Season Weekends and Holidays - $280 plus tax per night
Reservations
Make reservations online, call 888-226-7688, or Washington Telecommunications Relay Service at 800-833-6388. Residences are reservable up to nine months in advance. A two-night minimum stay is required, and three nights during holidays. An $8.50 non-refundable reservation fee applies. If a reservation is changed or canceled, fees may change as well.

Note: The Steward and Scarborough houses may be rented together. The interpretive center is open and park tours are available May through September. Smoking and pets are not allowed in vacation houses.