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The Astoria Aquatic Center uses 200,000 gallons of water in four pools; the main pool, recreation pool, spa pool and kiddies pool. There is a water slide and lazy river, and also a fitness room with weight machines and free weights. In addition to menís and womenís locker rooms, there are family change rooms for those with small children. The center is ADA friendly throughout. The Aquatic Center has a Snack Bar/Concession Stand.
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A restored 1914 trolley runs for 3 miles along the Columbia River in Astoria while the conductor provides interpretation of the areaís history and attractions. Catch it anywhere on the riverfront between Basin and 36th streets. Ride as long as you like for $1. The round trip takes about 40 minutes.
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Explore marine transportation from the days of dugout canoes, through the age of sail, to the present. Watch a dramatic 12-minute film introducing the history of life and commerce on the Columbia River and including the dangerous work of the Bar and River Pilots. Walk the bridge of a World War II warship, marvel at the 44-foot motor lifeboat plowing through a wave in a rescue mission. Participate in four interactive and hands-on exhibits, including taking the helm in a tugboat wheelhouse.
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This is the site where the 33 member Lewis and Clark Expedition wintered from December 7, 1805, until March 23, 1806. The facility includes the reconstructed fort, a visitor center/museum, historical exhibits, canoe landing, spring and picnic area joined by trails through the wetlands and rainforest (young Sitka spruce and western hemlock) of the park. During the summer months, living history demonstrations depict fort activities.
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The original fort was constructed during the Civil War. Visitors can learn its history at the Museum and explore abandoned gun batteries. A large and lovely state park with picnic facilities, nature trails, miles and miles of Oregon beaches, lakes, boating, camping, swimming and more than nine miles of paved bicycle paths.
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