Nestled on the banks of the Columbia River in southwest Washington, the Port of Kalama boasts a mile of riverfront playground, beaches, public parks and marina, a vibrant community of antiques, shops and restaurants, and a rich small-town culture. As a key player in the Kalama community, the Port is committed to enhancing public recreational opportunities.
Dedicated to its longest acting commissioner, Milford Westin, the Port’s Westin Amphitheater debuted in 2019 and has been delighting visitors to the Port of Kalama ever since.
This beautiful community asset plays host to weekly live music and outdoor movies in the summer months, courtesy of McMenamins Kalama Harbor Lodge. For a complete list of upcoming concerts, click here.
The Westin Amphitheater can also be reserved for private events, free of charge, for community members. Click the button below for more information.
Marine Park is a five-acre day-use park along the Columbia River bordered by scenic walking and bicycle pathways. Public beaches accessed through this greenbelt are a favorite for recreation, windsurfing, and fishing. Located at 246 Hendrickson Drive, Kalama WA 98625.
Louis Rasmussen Day Use Park is a five-acre park featuring covered picnic shelters, sand volleyball courts, horseshoes, tennis, basketball courts—all within walking distance of the City of Kalama. Located at 268 Hendrickson Drive, Kalama, WA 98625.
Haydu Park provides access to several thousand feet of Kalama River frontage. Located at 253 Kalama River Road, Kalama WA 98625.
The 40 acre day-use park includes 24 acres of baseball and soccer fields, a horse riding arena, playground, restrooms, tennis courts, basketball courts, fishing, on-site parking and an exposition building. Reservations are required to schedule use of the fields and expo building. Please call the Port office at 360 673-2325 to reserve.