The City of Banks is located approximately 26 miles West of Portland, Oregon. The current population is approximately 1700. We have a spectacular views of Mt. Hood to the East and the Coast Range to the West. We are only a 10 minute commute to Intel and other High-Tech industries. Banks is the gateway to the beautiful Oregon Coast and the Banks/Vernonia St. Park Trail. The coast is only a 45 minute drive for beach relaxation. The Oregon Coast is noted for Dungeness Crabs and digging for Razor Clams at low tides.
In addition, located just seven miles from Banks is Oregon State Park, L.L. Stub Stewart St. Park, which provides full RV hook-up as well as tent sites. They have approximately 15 cabins for your up-scale camping. For the horse lovers, there is special camping area for RV & horse trailer with a horse coral as well.
Washington County Visitor Association
Chambers have received their new Digital Kiosk "Exploring Washington County"
Banks Chamber's Visitor Center (Trailhead Cafe) has this new Kiosk
for exploring, tourist spots, lodging, vineyards, etc. in the county. Come play wilth the new kiosk
Ambassadors cutting the Ribbon at the new Blue Jay's family & lounge restaurant
(L-R) Chamber Team, Treasurer Susie Jurgensen; Owner Jacob Echeverria; Secretary Gail Voelz
Located on Hwy 26 (former Ye Olde Dingheiser Pub) 47100 NW Sunset Highway, Manning, Oregon 97125
Open 7am to 10pm 503.324.1114