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Fort Stevens State Park


100 Peter Iredale Rd.
Hammond, OR 97121
503.861.1671
No Email Address
http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_179.php
6 Reviews
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Nice park, but huge. Try to go off-season, or very early summer before they fill up. It is crazy and noisy at busy times. Not how we like to camp. Best sites are on back side of Loops L and M ... a bit away from the crowds, lots of trees. I would avoid N side of park, we walk there for playground use, and are always glad to go back to our quiet side of the park. Excellent beaches, bike trails, and lots of history in the area.

Received from Debbie for visit in Jul 2009


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Stay Again? YES
I have been coming here since 1980 when mt. St.Helens took our Spirit lake campground from us. We try to come with large family groups and there is always something to to for everyone. That is the main reason we are fans of the area. Shopping , golf, hiking, beach stuff, playing around. We like it also because if it is raining there is still plenty to do. Planning nine months out for a dry weekend is tough. Don't tell anyone but the swamp behind the campground loses the mosquito headcount in september shhhhh:)

Received from Chris B for visit in Mar 2008


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Beautiful state park! Trees everywhere, and we had the luxury of choosing a spot for satellite TV reception. Paved sites are spread out on several loops with lots of trees. Lots of friendly camp hosts to chat and answer questions. There's the beach, the Columbia River, a lake, and several miles of paved bike paths. Also historic sites and a museum. Good supermarket, Costco, and restaurants in Hammond. Touristy shops and restaurants in Astoria.

Received from Lei T for visit in Oct 2007


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Big park and beautiful. Lots of history to see at this park.

Received from Shelly A for visit in Jul 2005


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This is located in extreme Northwestern Oregon where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean. Be sure to check out the wreck of the Peter Iredell on the vast, gray sandy beach. There are also a lot of hiking trails, great facilities and a lot of peace and quiet.

Received from Daniel D for visit in Jun 2003


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This is by far one of the nicest state parks we have been to. The facilities are clean and well maintained. The park has many volunteers to help out as well as park hosts in every loop. The best loops are the north side Loops C - J. These have been upgraded and offer nice size space. All sites offer sufficient room and trees to offer some privacy in the north side although the south sites are closer together and not upgraded yet. Rates for prime season: May 1 - Sept 22 is $22.00 for full hook-up. They do not have cable tv and with all the trees it's hard to pick up satellite. The park has a beautiful lake, bike paths, hiking trails and of course the great pacific ocean. Lots of things to do so who cares about TV!!!

Received from Nedra D for visit in July 2005


Site Number: I-82
Stay Again? YES



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