Rainier, Oregon

  • 305 West Third Street - P.O. Box 100, Rainier, OR 97048
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The small community of Rainier, Oregon, stretches along the Columbia River with a view of  Mt. St. Helens atop mountains only 40 miles to the northeast.   

In May each year the 18th-century naval sailing vessels, the Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain, visit our docks on their 14-port tour of the Columbia River.  They invite the community to tour their vessels to relive the historical time of Capt. Robert Gray as he traveled the Columbia River and the Pacific Coast.

The founders of Rainier built the Dibblee House, which sits on Highway 30 in Rainier.  As you continue down main Street you will soon see the historic 1888 house with its view of the city park and riverfront.  Join our July riverfront park celebration, Daze in the Park.  Rainier is well known throughout the Northwest for its spectacular display of fireworks on the Columbia River. The famous fireworks bring thousands of people across the Lewis and Clark Bridge from Washington each year.

Get more information on this area from TravelOregon.com

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