Mountains, beaches, and cities. We're in the middle of them all!

We're your Pacific Northwest experience hub!

Here at Estancia Serenova, we strive to offer the best of the Pacific Northwest and what makes this region special: its artsy and crafty culture, its natural splendor, the diversity of terrains, and its rich history.

We’re strategically located within a two-hour drive of most tourist destinations of Portland, Oregon Coast, Southwest Washington, and even the southern edge of the Olympic Peninsula (see map above). Within this two-hour radius, you will enjoy the dynamic cultural scenes of Portland and Olympia, the charms of smaller historic cities such as Astoria and Hood River, shop at outlet malls in Woodburn, Troutdale, and Centralia, enjoy hiking in the Forest Park, visit Mount Hood and Mount Saint Helens, stroll on the vast beaches of Oregon and Washington, and make a day of fun with your friends at the ilani or Spirit Mountain casinos.

After each day of excitement and discoveries, you will rest very well in our beautiful retreat safely nestled in the arms of the forests and under a starry sky.

This is a true Pacific Northwest experience hub.

Come together. Come alive.

Things to do in Northwest Oregon near Estancia Serenova

Discover the history

Saint Helens was the first port town on Columbia River. Saint Helens Historic Downtown District is recognized by the U.S. National Park Service and is notable for small antique shops and charming architectures. The small downtown Saint Helens and the central business district along Columbia Boulevard are walkable. There is also a historical museum inside the Columbia County Courthouse.

Have fun

Downtown Saint Helens was a backdrop for the film Halloweentown (1998) and Twilight (2008). Every year, Saint Helens dedicates the whole month of October celebrating Halloweentown with many events.


While it is a small town, Saint Helens has a few shops along Columbia Boulevard and South First Street.


Saint Helens and Scappoose have a handful of great restaurants featuring a wide variety of cuisines.

Take in nature and parks


Visitor resources