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The Dalles Marina is located on the Columbia River at River Mile Post 190 in the scenic community of The Dalles, Oregon. To access the Marina from land, exit Interstate 84 at exit 85 (“East The Dalles”) and travel North toward the river. The Marina is adjacent to Riverfront Park where you can access the nearly 10-mile-long Riverfront Trail, have a refreshing swim at the beach area, or rent kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, water bikes and land bikes, among other recreational equipment during the summer. There is something for everyone.
The Marina features moorage for all types of vessels with drafts up to 14 feet (in most areas). Moorage is available for both boathouses and open moorage for power and sail vessels. All walks are lighted and water/power are available. A public boat pumpout station is available to all tenants and guests. The Marina provides secured moorage behind locked gates with a network of security cameras. Public guest moorage spaces are also available and a public boat launch ramp is located at the east end of the Marina. Fuel can be obtained by appointment from a member of The Dalles Yacht Club (please see Facilities page).
Public restrooms are located in the parking lot at the top of the public boat launch ramp.
I had great help from the people from the Port and the people in The Dalles. I was able to qualify for the enterprise program and get a decent last rate on the building. Hopefully, we will have some great employees from this area as well.
The Port of The Dalles website is solidly built on the world’s leading open source platform. We’ve assembled some great features to help the Port of The Dalles manage their website and day to day operations! We have enjoyed working with Andrea and her team for more than 12 years!
We built our first building here in 1981. The Port has always worked very well with us. We’ve never had and stumbling blocks, no barriers to growth. They’ve been a partner, not an opponent.
Wonderworks is grateful to the Port of The Dalles for their partnership in securing a permanent home for our museum. The collaboration between our two groups will help ensure the success of our community organization for future generations.
The commissioners and councilors that I have had the privilege to interact with have been dedicated representatives of, and always conscience of, the public and the public trust.
The Dalles still really works for us because it’s centrally located. It’s a hub for not only the state, but the Northwest.