What doesn’t Kalama have?
Thanks to the Port of Kalama this beautiful stretch of the Columbia River is a playground for the community and tourists alike.
Iconic totem poles have beckoned travelers on I-5 to Kalama’s riverfront Marine Park for decades. Its bike paths and beaches signaled the Port’s new era of recreational development when it opened in 1974.
A few years later the Marina opened. Now with over 200 slips and state-of-the-art facilities the marina is a hub for leisure activity.
The Port continues its mission to develop outdoor venues for playtime and entertainment—and last year they even opened the Westin Amphitheater for concerts and other public events.
When it comes to recreation, Kalama’s got it all.
Thank you, Port of Kalama! Happy Centennial!