Fort Stevens State Park (RV Park)

One of the nation’s largest public campgrounds, Fort Stevens marks the site of a military installation once used to guard the mouth of the Columbia River. The fort saw service for 84 years, from the Civil War to World War II. 

Today, Fort Stevens is a 4,300-acre park offering a variety of recreation adventures, including camping, beach-combing, freshwater lake swimming, trails, wildlife viewing and a historic shipwreck.

Enjoy year-round military displays at the military museum and information center. Visit the only Civil War era earthen fort on the west coast, or explore the many turn-of-the-century, concrete artillery gun batteries. Underground tours are available during the summer of a gun battery that served as a World War II command center. For tour information, call the Friends of Old Fort Stevens at 503-861-2000.

Park Features:

Coffenbury Lake has two picnic areas with swimming, restrooms, and a boat ramp.

9-hole Columbia Shore Disc Golf Course

9 miles of paved bicycle trails and 6 miles of unpaved hiking trails

Adult and youth bike rentals

Kayak Tillamook offers kayak tours on Trestle Bay. Call 503-866-4808

Fort Stevens marks the northern-most trailhead for the Oregon Coast Trail. 

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Fort Stevens State Park (RV Park)

Contact Info

100 Peter Iredale Road
Hammond, Oregon 97121

800.551.6949

Amenities

  • Near Fishing / Hunting
  • Groceries / Ice Onsite
  • Showers
  • Pull Through

Activities

  • Bicycling
  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Picnicking
  • Swimming
  • Wildlife Viewing

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