Fort Stevens State Park

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100 Peter Iredale Road
Hammond, OR 97121
(503) 861-3170
(800) 452-5687
(503) 861-1672 (fax)
  • About

    176 full hookup, 302 electric/water sites, 6 tent sites, 11 Deluxe cabins, 15 yurts. Flush toilets and hot showers. RV Dump station. Ocean & Columbia River beach access

    ort Stevens was once the primary military defense installation in the three-fort, Harbor Defense System at the mouth of the Columbia River (Forts Canby and Columbia in Washington were the other two). The fort was in service for 84 years, beginning during the Civil War and closing at the end of World War II. Today, Fort Stevens has grown into a 4,200 acre park offering exploration of history, nature, and many recreational opportunities.

    Camping, beach-combing, freshwater lake swimming, trails, wildlife viewing, a historic shipwreck, and a historic military fort make Fort Stevens a uniquely diverse park. The park also boasts a network of nine miles of paved bicycle trails and six miles of hiking trails that allow you to explore a variety of habitats