Cullaby Lake County Park is located off U.S. Highway 101 between Astoria and Seaside. The park has 165 acres, offering public access to Cullaby Lake boat launch and docks, four-stall flush restrooms, picnic shelters, barbecue pits, horseshoe pits, play areas, fishing, swimming, nature observation of beavers, bald eagles, deer, and waterfowl, and is home to the Lindgren Cabin, a Finnish-American heritage site.
Carnahan County Park is located off U.S. Highway 101 between Astoria and Seaside. The 30-acre park is at the north end of Cullaby Lake and offers passive lake sports, day use activities and access to land leased by the Boy Scouts of America.
John Day County Park and boat launch is located on U.S. Highway 30 approximately 5 miles east of Astoria. The park consists of 54 acres, public boat launch to Columbia River (recently grant renovated and channel dredged), flush restrooms, and a landscaped entry-way courtesy of Tongue Point Job Corps.
Located at Klootchy Creek County Park, off U.S. Highway 26 about 2-1/2 miles southeast of the U.S. 101 junction, five miles from Seaside and Cannon Beach. The 25-acre park is owned by Clatsop County.
The centerpiece of the park is the Klootchy Creek Giant Sitka Spruce, which once held the distinction of being the largest tree in Oregon and one of the oldest living things in the state, and was the first honoree in the Oregon Heritage Tree program.
Located on Oregon Highway 202 25 miles east of Astoria. 55 acres of passive inland forest recreation, trail to Fishhawk Falls with footbridge.
Located on Oregon Highway 202 one mile east of Olney. Sixty-four acres of day-use recreation. Public access to Klaskanine River.