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IT'S THE LAW
The Port of Klickitat has dedicated and maintains several areas as parks open to the public.
This 1.75 acre park is located in the Bingen Point Business Park. It can be found at the east end of Marina Way and just north of Bingen Harbor and the Marina. Amenities include shade trees, lighting, parking, picnic tables, and restroom facilities. The Port owns and maintains the park and requires visitors to follow the rules shown below. To see more of Marina Park, take the virtual tour. See this Google map for directions.
In the early-70s, this location was the site of the annual Timber Festival.
This 1.75 acre park is located along the Columbia River in the Bingen Point Business Park. Near the eastern end of the point, it offers a large, open area, access to the Columbia River, parking, picnic tables, and limited, portable restroom facilities. To see more of Sailboard Park, take the virtual tour. See this Google map for directions.
In the mid-90s, this location was the place for windsurfing and played host to the Gorge Games and several speed competitions. Today, there are many more areas available to windsurfers up and down the Columbia River Gorge. Yet the aptly-named Sailboard Park remains the quiet favorite of many beginners.
The following rules have been adopted by the Port Commission to ensure that everyone who visits and utilizes Port parks has a pleasant experience.
- No overnight camping
- No overnight parking
- No firearms
- No alcohol
- No swimming
- No littering
- Do not dump waste into river/harbor
The Port owns the parks noted above and invites the public to enjoy them. However, the Port retains the right to bar individuals from them for the repeated or flagrant violation of these rules, illegal activities, or unsafe behavior.