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Fort Stevens State Park

Fort Stevens State Park

trail guide & historic military site.

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Published by Oregon State Parks in [Salem, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historic sites -- Oregon -- Clatsop County.,
  • Parks -- Oregon -- Clatsop County.,
  • Fort Stevens State Park (Or.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFort Stevens state historical site.
    ContributionsOregon. State Parks and Recreation Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16145093M

    Fort Stevenson State Park, Garrison, North Dakota. K likes. Fort Stevenson State Park is among the state's most popular attractions with something for everyone in the family. Turn right to Park entrance. From Fort Worth: Take I South to Hillsboro. Take Hwy exit, turn left & head South towards Mexia. Turn Right on head South 6 to 7 miles to Park Road Turn right at Park entrance. From Austin: Take I North to Waco. Take US Hwy 84 to Mexia. Turn right on Hwy 14 and go 6 to 7 miles to Park Road

    Fort Stevens State Park Overview. Fort Stevens State Park Campground has campsites and is located at the mouth of the Columbia River in the very northwest corner of Oregon. The campground has full hook-up, electric only 6 tent, 11 cabins and . Fort Stevens State Park offers wonderful beach riding. You can ride two miles north to the jetty at the Columbia River, or you can ride south on the beach for four miles. If the military isn’t holding firing practice at Camp Rilea, you can ride south all the way to Gearhart – about twelve miles one way.

    () Peter Iredale Rd Hammond, OR /5(). Get directions, reviews and information for Fort Stevens State Park in, OR.


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The fort saw service for 84 years, from the Civil War to World War II. Today, Fort Stevens is a 4,acre park offering a variety of recreation adventures, including camping, beach-combing, freshwater lake swimming, trails, wildlife viewing and a historic shipwreck.

Camping, beach-combing, a historic shipwreck, freshwater lake swimming, trails, wildlife viewing, 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 including spruce and hemlock forests, wetlands, dunes, and shore pine areas.

Find Fort Stevens State Park camping, campsites, cabins, and other lodging options. View campsite map, availability, and reserve online with ReserveAmerica.

Fort Stevens State Park Reserve Online or by phone M-F 8a-5p Buy parking permit Camping: Year Round Day Use: Year Round All Park Advisories Park Info Rates History/FAQ Events Brochures Photos & Video Feedback Driving Directions Info: Park: x Brochures Snowy plover management areas: North.

Fort Stevens State Park Reserve Online or by phone M-F 8a-5p Buy parking permit Camping: Year Round Day Use: Year Round All Park Advisories Park Info Rates History/FAQ Events Brochures Photos & Video Feedback Driving Directions Info: Park: x Rate Type Cost; Day use parking: $5: month day-use.

Fort Stevens State Park, Astoria: See 1, reviews, articles, and photos of Fort Stevens State Park, ranked No.7 on Tripadvisor among 48 attractions in Astoria/5(K). Fort Stevenson State Park has two small shelters available for use. Each shelter has six picnic tables and can hold up to 48 people.

Shelters do not have electricity. To book a picnic shelter please call the park at () Picnic Shelter $25/day. North & South Cabins Location: Fort Stevenson State Park Price: $70 per night Book Now.

The North and South Cabins at Fort Stevenson offers a beautiful view of Lake Sakakawea. These quiet cabins sleep 4 with a bunk bed and a single bed.

The cabins include a bathroom and a kitchen. Fort Stevens State Park Reserve Online or by phone M-F 8a-5p Buy parking permit Camping: Year Round Day Use: Year Round All Park Advisories Park Info Rates History/FAQ Events Brochures Photos & Video Feedback Driving Directions Info: Park: x Photos Videos Previous Photos Next Photos.

Originally called Fort Massachusetts by the soldiers from that state who constructed the fort, it was later named after Brig. Gen. Isaac Ingalls Stevens, who was killed at the Battle of Chantilly (Ox Hill), Virginia, September 1, Fort Stevens State Park, Astoria: Hours, Address, Fort Stevens State Park Reviews: /K TripAdvisor reviews.

Today, Fort Stevens has grown into a 4, acre park offering exploration of history, nature, and many recreational opportunities. Camping, beach-combing, a historic shipwreck, freshwater lake swimming, trails, wildlife viewing, and a historic military fort make Fort Stevens a uniquely diverse park.

Comfort Station Status: For stays from Sept 15 to May 15 please contact the park office for comfort station status. Off season campers can fill their drinking water at the park shop. Public showers are also available at our lodge facility from March 30th - Nov 30th. Fort Stevens State Park in Hammond, Oregon: reviews, 6 photos, & 44 tips from fellow RVers.

Fort Stevens State Park in Hammond is rated of 10 at Campground Reviews. From US Follow signs to Ft Stevens State Park. From I Take WA State Exit 36 to Hwy 30 West. Follow signs to Ft Stevens State Park campground entrance. If you are using a GPS system please use the Ft.

Stevens State Park as a reference. Get Google Directions. Fort Stevens was one of three forts built at the mouth of the Columbia River. Forts Canby and Columbia were on the Washington State side.

The principal armaments of the new Fort Stevens were inch rifled cannons placed at Batteries Russell, Walker, Lewis and Mishler. Book your stay at our hotel near Fort Stevens State Park to enjoy a day of fishing, picnicking, hiking, or biking.

Located less than 45 minutes from the hotel, guests can enjoy a relaxing day at the park with ease when they stay at the Lighthouse Oceanfront on: Pacific Way, Long Beach, Fort Stevens State Park, Oregon. Fort Stevens State Park is more than a historic military site.

There are plenty of things to do while camping. Discover the Peter Iredale shipwreck, play on Oregon beaches, swim in Coffenbury Lake, hike the Oregon Coast Trail, bike through beautiful scenery and more.

Fort Stevens was a coastal defense fort and saw active service from the Civil War days to the end of World War II. Fort Stevens State Park, in addition to excellent camping and RV facilities, has many interesting artifacts from its fort days that continue to intrigue es are the reconstruction of the Civil War earthworks – still in progress: Battery Russell, the gun battery in.

SP Campground Review - Fort Stevens State Park, Astoria, OR The wonderful beach at Fort Stevens State Park A huge park with miles of beach, forts and bike trails on the very NW tip of Oregon Coast. Note/ Review updated as of last stay June Link to Added: 10/2/ Edit 4/5(37).

We love Fort Stevens State Park, it is loaded with fun stuff. Beautiful sandy beaches, miles of paved walking/biking paths, a ship wreck, historic WWII military structures. There's even a place where you can drive down onto the beach, 4-wheel drive strongly recommended TripAdvisor reviews.Fort Stevens was an American military installation that guarded the mouth of the Columbia River in the state of near the end of the American Civil War, it was named for a slain Civil War general and former Washington Territory governor, Isaac I.

fort was an active military reservation from – It is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.Built at the end of the Civil War, Fort Stevens also played a role in the Pig War and the Alaska Boundary Dispute, and was attacked by a Japanese submarine during World War II.

Decommissioned inFort Stevens is now an Oregon State Park—and a great addition to your Oregon Coast travel plans. With history, wildlife, surfing, hiking, and.