2 Parks near Hammond, Oregon
Aug 2015 - $85.00
Camp was nice and clean, seemed there was a 1-1 ratio of campers to employees. we stayed in the section with trees foliage and paved site. This was the best section of the park with shade etc.
The drive thru our section was the ONLY 2 way traffic section and as it was the road that led to virtually all the lower end of the park it was quite noisy, busy and with all the kids on rented bikes etc was not super safe. there was a road that they could use to bypass this section but that's not the traffic pattern they set up, and the other un-populated route was little used.
Second the "wifi" that is set up with stations through out the park never really worked. we got a couple devices to login, but once logged in they have virtually no data transfer available, while our other devices would not even log in. kept receiving an incorrect password message. guessing the network was full, which was why it would not work anyhow.
other than those 2 things and the $192.00 for 2 nights with tax being a bit steep, it was a nice place to stay. - ocnative1964
Jul 2015 - $35.00
We stopped in here for a few nights; this KOA is well set up and very busy. The bathrooms needed a little more cleaning as they were quite a mess, could have been due to the weekend and amount of people in the park. We enjoyed the stay despite the messy bathrooms. Lots of stuff to do and see in the area! - fusion34
Apr 2015 - $35.00
A large and busy KOA with facilities for any type of camping or activity. Lots of amusements on-site for families and children. Not easy to locate and served by minor roads. Fuel not nearby. Spacious pull-throughs with 30/50 amp mix. Far from roads make for quiet sleeping. green and grassy throughout. - george r
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Fort Stevens State Park has been our favorite campsite through our travels. The park is well-maintained, and there are plenty of hosts on every loop to help out. The park is in the woods, so every spot is in the shade. There is plenty of room around each site, so you never feel crowded, even though there is a lot of capacity. Plenty of walking trails and places to explore. A path leads right to the Oregon Coast and beautiful beaches on the Pacific. A place not to miss! - Dennver
Jun 2015 - $34.00
The park is huge with hundreds of sites. Plan half an hour for checking in and finding your spot. It is an excellent location with the beach nearby, a nice lake nearby with boat ramp. There are playgrounds for the kids. Make sure to get a map when checking in to navigate your way through the park. Some spots are wooded, some open, some have grass, some dont. Ask when making your reservation if you prefer one over the other. - campguy
Jun 2015 - $39.00
We stayed at the Fort Stevens State Park for 4 days in our 40' RV. Check in was easy at the office due to our having reservations online and our name was on the camp post at our spot. Getting to our site was easy and pulling in was not a problem in space 65 C loop. Our hookups were located in the right location and they were in working order. Our Verizon hotspot worked surprisingly great for not having a town close by. Our satellite worked fine with all the trees around after I pulled in another way to get a clear line of sight signal through the thick forest. It was one of the reasons we chose this spot was for there being a clear sky view. There are awesome hiking trails through the park to the Fort or the beach where you can see the shipwreck of the Peter Iredale. This park has a lot of history of military forts and bunkers. This park is quiet on weekdays but the weekends are a nightmare, barking dogs, screaming kids, kids on bikes, people walking through your camp, no regard for privacy. The bathrooms are totally outdated, spiders everywhere. The park volunteers are friendly and bring firewood to your camp. - SteelHorseRider