Ground Transportation

Seaside Municipal's parking ramp is less than a block from Highway 101, with easy access to countless North Coast destinations. Options for getting around include:

  • Walk to any of numerous attractions and restaurants nearby -- Seaside's Gateway Estuary Park is just across the highway to the west, downtown Gearhart is less than a mile NW, and downtown Seaside is a little over 2 miles south. For the lowdown on walking destinations, visit the Attractions section of this site.

  • Loaner Bikes are in the pilot shed near the parking lot, visit this page for details. Bicycles and surreys can also be rented from several outfits in town; the closest one to the airport is Prom Bike Shop, 503-738-8251, about a 1 mile walk southwest at the corner of 12th and Holladay (the Attractions page describes how to get there from the airport).

  • Taxi service is inexpensive and usually quick to arrive. Aalpha Shuttle, 503-440-7777; Central Coast Taxi, 541-340-0886; Seaside Road Runners, 971-777-1025; Downtown Coffee Shop Taxi (Warrenton), 503-791-6728; Royal Cab (Astoria), 503-325-5818.

  • Car Rentals - Lum's Toyota Auto Rental will shuttle you to their location 9m north. Call ahead for a reservation and pickup, 503-861-1144, Not open Sundays. Enterprise and Hertz are a little further north in Astoria; the last time we checked they didn't service Seaside but let us know if you find out otherwise.

  • Restaurant / Hotel Shuttle - some hotels and restaurants will provide airport pickup for customers, time-permitting. If you have a particular spot in mind, give them a call and let us know how you make out so we can post it here.

  • The Astoria-Seaside Bus, operated by Sunset Empire Transit 503-861-7433, runs along highway 101 which goes right past the airport, going south through Seaside to Cannon Beach, and north to Warrenton and Astoria.