Pump station closed
The pump-out station at Chinook Landing has been closed for the fall and winter seasons. The facility will re-open in April.
The park offers picnic and viewing areas, wetland and wildlife habitat, disabled-accessible docks, restrooms and a seasonal river patrol station.
Thanks in part to voter investments, new aluminum docks with fiberglass decking were installed in January 2016. Chinook Landing is one of the most popular boat ramps in the state, and the new docks replace the heavily used ones that were about 25 years old.
Free Metro Parks Days 2018
Enjoy free parking at Oxbow and Blue Lake regional parks, Broughton Beach, M. James Gleason Memorial Boat Ramp and Chinook Landing Marine Park on Jan. 1, 15 and 18; Feb. 15 and 19; March 15; April 19; May 17; June 21; July 19; Aug. 16; Sept. 20; Oct. 18; Nov. 11, 15 and 23; and Dec. 20.
The archery range at Chinook Landing includes six targets between 10 and 60 yards, at 10 yard increments.
Geocaching is allowed with guidelines.
Parking fee is $5 per car, $7 per bus (free with annual pass).
Pets are allowed on-leash between vehicles and boats. To protect nesting birds and other wildlife, pets are not allowed elsewhere at Chinook Landing.
During inclement weather, please check oregonmetro.gov/boats for information about any closures.