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Fort Stevens State Park

1675 Peter Iredale Rd,, Hammond, OR 97121
+1 503-861-1470
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Winter camping spot

Camped here in February. A great winter camping place. Close to Warrenton, Hammond and Astoria... read more

Reviewed February 27, 2018
Sue K
,
Tillamook, United States
Still a great state park with no entrance fee

We have been there before, but never went to the end of the road before. Good view of the ships... read more

Reviewed November 15, 2017
Mikpar
,
Portland
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1675 Peter Iredale Rd,, Hammond, OR 97121
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

Camped here in February. A great winter camping place. Close to Warrenton, Hammond and Astoria. Lots of hiking/biking trails. Lakes to kayak or fish on and a number of beautiful ocean and river beaches. Also a visit to Fort Stevens itself is a must for...More

Thank Sue K
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Reviewed 15 November 2017

We have been there before, but never went to the end of the road before. Good view of the ships going out to get to the bar. Also stopped at the high wooden viewpoint on the way back in and then a stop to again...More

Thank Mikpar
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Reviewed 24 October 2017

We have camped her quite a few times over the years. Always a pleasure and relaxing time. Great paved trails for bike riding, lots of history to explore with the batteries and forts. The park is big and beautifully kept. We saw deer at night...More

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Reviewed 11 October 2017

Old military fort. Has cannons, many foundations of former military buildings. Military museum. You can even tour the fort on an old "duce and a half", a large former military truck.

Thank Al T
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Reviewed 20 September 2017 via mobile

History from the "beginning" in the area. The Fort Stevens in a nicely kept State Park with an interesting history guarding the entrance to the Columbia River that dates from Civil War earthworks to Spanish, WWI, WW2 Fortifications and munitions structure. Nice drives and walks...More

Thank ESMotteram
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Reviewed 17 September 2017

The campground here is really big. It is a short drive to Fort Stevens, beaches and tons of walking/biking trails. The showers had 4 individual stalls in the women's bathroom which were hot. Our campsite itself was relatively private, treed and had sewer available. The...More

Thank Teresa R
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

I spent a few hours here exploring the old fort area. The Fort Stevens Military Museum was small, but had some interesting information and displays. Walking around the old Batteries used in defense of the harbor was cool. The old guardhouse was mostly restored, and...More

Thank AF_Hiker
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

The fourth largest Oregon State Park by size, but probably the biggest by the number of campsites, Fort Stevens manages to still feel manageable and really does offer something for everybody. There's a great deal of history to be learned about the defense of the...More

Thank Jeremy S
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Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

Parking is limited unless you have 4x4 but the beach and shipwreck are fabulous. Bathrooms were clean and well stocked with tp.

Thank Angela P
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Reviewed 31 July 2017

Spent two nights here in a yurt. The yurt had a bunk bed with a double wide bunk, a small table and with a few chairs, a futon, and electrical outlets, an electric heater, and an electric light. Outside was a picnic table and fire...More

Thank CoyMarie
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