31 Parks near Hammond, Oregon
Sep 2016 - $55.00
We stayed here as it was one of few parks which had space available without a reservation. Our site was dirt/gravel with quite a bit of slope and weedy grass surrounding the site. Utilities worked fine, placement acceptable. There was adequate space between sites EXCEPT for the neighboring fire rings which were within a foot or two of slide outs. Those that insisted on having a fire (and there were many) choked the rest of us out. Spent most of the time closed up with the AC running.
Being a "family friendly" park there were many activities/play areas for children. This does lead to quite a bit of noise, had 2 nights of kids running around the park throwing poppers until midnight.
All in all a nice place to let the kids run and have fun, not so much if you are looking for a quiet, smoke free park. - Dogs and Cats
Sep 2016 - $65.00
Off season this park could be a 9. In season it is swarming with kids and dogs. We were here Labor Day weekend. The site 313 was very long, level & the width was acceptable. Good 50 amps and satellite service. No grass but that could be due to a long season of kids and no rain. Lots of activities for kids. Great location to visit the beach (you can drive on the beach here and take your dog) and lots of historical spots near by. Personnel is extremely efficient and friendly. A very well run campground. - Freedom Bus
Jul 2016 - $55.00
Was able to get a back-in site on short notice. Unable to specify a specific spot unless you pay an additional 10 dollars during online booking? Plus 10 dollars a night "resort" fee. $$$ Was given a spot in the "400" loop. Do not stay there! Site to our left, fire pit 6 feet from slide window, unable to open any windows due to smoke. Sites are too close and recently added tv cable posts at rear of site impede parking units with two slides. Gravel access road was loud and dusty with speeding cars at all times of the day. - F250Jack
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Upon arrival in mid week there were only a few sites left at 1 o'clock for more than one night. We were able to get a pull thru in M loop with full hookups. Good big rig friendly, paved, dirt, but was very frustrated with weak to non existent water pressure, 30 amp, slow Verizon Data, Verizon is not the park's problem but be aware. Most sites are tree covered so there is no satellite and very few over the air channels. After two nights, we were able to stay in N loop with excellent water pressure and 50amp service in a back-in, with only electric and water. And it is a busy park with over 500 sites and receptionists that are efficient but not helpful or over friendly. - RJourney
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Very nice state park in a great area of Oregon. Good sites with separation between. Convenient hook ups, clean restrooms and showers. Sites have picnic tables and firepits with grates. Would recommend. We stayed here in Travel Trailer. - JABMPM
Aug 2016 - $1.00
Fort Stevens is a favorite. Normally we come here in the shoulder season, or off season to avoid the crowds. It was still nice, noisy, but nice. Only 4 loops have sewer. 3 lane dump station at the entrance/exit. - Bob Nelson
Jul 2015 - $34.00
We are full time travelers and have stayed at too many parks to count. We were worried as a result of the negative reviews online, but were happily surprised. The sites have lush green grass between them which was a welcome coolness to bare feet. We had an end site by the tents so it was more spacious than most sites. The site location makes a big difference. The only trees are on the outside perimeter on 2 sides. WiFi was usually good and had a recent upgrade. The restrooms were immaculate and had a large ante-room in the shower stalls and they have spotless laundry facilities and which even included a laundry basket for use! We do not have a TV but understand they do not have cable. Office closes early (4pm). - Patron
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This an older park but in good condition. Wi-Fi worked but slow at times. All back-in sites, some gravel and some asphalt. Only 30 amp service and no cable but there about 5 channels with a portable antenna. - Windshift
Apr 2014 - $35.00
We spent 2 days here. This is an older park that is showing signs of wear. Some spots have picnic tables, some do not. Hookups are shared with other site; only 30 amp service. Tried to take a shower but big sign said no hot water, when I asked about it the guy in the office thought I was out of line for asking about it. He said the other building has a shower; the water went out last week. Wi-Fi was not working; very low signal. For what they charge everything should work not worth the money they charge. Good for overnight but not long term. Only back-in sites, gravel but covered with moss. The grass needs to be mowed, too. Might stay overnight again just to see if things are fixed. - Terry Buholm
Aug 2016 - $10.00
This is a fishing camp, and if that is what you want, then it is Great. Since it is Columbia Shores resort we were expecting better. Has water and 50 amp. Really tight spaces. If you need to dump, they only allow black water dumping even though their brochure says gray. Internet is $1 per day per device. (We have 7 devices.) Cable TV is $1 per day, but you are better off using your antenna as cable does not have ABC, CBS, NBC or Fox. Dusty, dirty streets. Club house is clean and welcoming. - DigMyPast
Sep 2014 - $3.00
Nice location if fishing out of Ilwaco, and close to Long Beach if you want to utilize your KM park access. Office staff was helpful and professional. Tight spots that were mostly back-in, but deep enough to accommodate big rigs. Wi-Fi and cable worked well. Right on HWY 101 so the road noise during the day was always in the background and as mentioned in previous reviews, no sewer dump at campsites. Plane Jane park with no KM amenities that you would expect with the price of membership and yearly dues. With that said, location is great for playing on the WA and OR coast. KM nightly price for minimal for cable and Internet. - 737geek
Sep 2012 - $1.00
The K/M web-site calls this a "fish camp" and it really is. If you are a fisherman, great. Not so good otherwise. At the time of our visit both the TV and Internet were down due to the bankruptcy of the provider. Large sites, quiet. - wetterwashington
Sep 2016 - $25.00
All back-in sites on asphalt, but they are level and all services worked. Lots of room in each space, but no grass or trees anywhere on the campgrounds. Lots of grass surrounding the area. Showers looked good but didn't use. Checking in was an experience. If after hours, get your key for electric box at the main gate. Quiet, seemed to draw a really nice group. Plenty of geese. Would stay again. - Nevada Nick
Aug 2016 - $25.00
The price has gone up dramatically from past reviews, and is high for very close sites with hookups on an asphalt parking lot. Sites are all back-in but are easy to get into.
Had 50 amp steady power, no problems. Sewer connection worked well.
It's open and quiet, convenient to all the things in the area we wanted to see. We'd take this place over crowded commercial campgrounds any day. Would definitely stay again. - all4pets
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The camping area here is a large parking lot with hook-ups. That being said, the spaces are long and wide, and we put our slides out on both sides. The sites slope a little toward the front. The check in was a little disorganized on the day we were here. When you check in you get a key to unlock the electric box on your site. When you leave you can drop the key in the drop box at the billeting office.
The noise from the range was not offensive, and even somewhat nostalgic. The post is clean and the roads well maintained. There is no fuel station on post as some camping websites indicate. Very small PX. Camp Rilea is convenient to beaches, Lewis and Clark historical sites, and Astoria. We enjoyed camping at Camp Rilea, and would come back again. Make a reservation well in advance. - WGlengrl
Nov 2015 - $35.00
This older park was recently updated. Paved road. Gravel back-in site with a picnic table. Updated restroom building. Office is being modeled. Close to the Columbia River boat dock. - bradydane2009
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We can't say enough about this campground, the bathrooms are so clean you could eat off the floors. Grounds are immaculate, the owners very helpful and friendly. This is the nicest campground in the area and there is also a great view! We stayed 5 nights. - lwabend
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Park is in the trees right on the bay. You can watch the ocean going ships entering the Columbia River.
Sites are all grass, a combination of pull thrus and back ins.
Camp hosts are super - they offered to help set up our rig, even helped me back into chosen site. Park is open for another 2-3 weeks so we got in just in time.
Washrooms (2 showers) and laundry (2 washers, 2 dryers) were clean. Our only comment would be that there are no locks on any of the washroom cubicles. I don't know why this is.
We would definitely stay here again - park was lovely and quiet for a weekend stay. - DCM/JMB
Sep 2015 - $30.00
This is an older park that is a gem. Very nice, large spaces among the trees. We had electrical and water and a grey water drain. There is a dump site to use. Located across the bay from Cape Disappointment. We would return. - Thirdtime
Sep 2016 - $47.00
I like this campground. It's WIFI worked fine and the sites are level with hookups in good working order. This campground is very easy to get around in and has sites for every size. The dog area is huge and well cared for. - illini777
Sep 2016 - $42.00
When we made our reservations we were told only 20 amp site available. When we arrived a full-service site was available. Park is top quality. Clean, flowers and wi-fi excellent the first night. Had to move for the next 3 nights to a beautiful pull-in site with view of golf course. Wi-fi iffy at the new site. Over the air tv - 8 or 9 channels. Verizon service excellent. Only negative for us was golf course. Mats for greens, some holes in grass same as fairways. Really shouldn't advertise as a golf course. Would stay here again. We just wouldn't plan on playing golf. - kim-sue13
Sep 2016 - $47.00
This park is in a great location and very close to downtown Astoria. The grounds and golf course looked well maintained. As other reviewers have mentioned there is only one shower for the entire park which is why I didn't rate it higher. Also, your neighbor's sewer tank is located by your picnic table. They appear to have many permanent residents but their spaces were near the back. They do require cash or a check for payment. - Cinzia
Sep 2016 - $42.00
A really, really pretty Washington state park with easy access to a very gorgeous beach with some cool, old, very large driftwood. We loved the layout of this large park! The small, separate loops make it seem like a much smaller park than it really is. All sites are back in, but if you snag an end spot, you have no neighbors on the patio side. Our site, #50 (full hookups) was very wide with great privacy, although a bit on the short side for our 43' RV with a tow ( we hung over the road a bit, but no problems ). Very dog friendly with plenty of poop bag stations and no problems with dogs running on the beach off leash. The posted tide charts are really helpful to newbies to the area. Zero problems with big rig access depending on loop. The park does fill up, so plan ahead, especially on the weekends. Very high on our "must visit again" list. Downsides....no Verizon coverage in the park, but signal is available near the park entrance and on the beach toward the jetty; no satellite tv available due to tree coverage; no OTA tv available; and the dumpsters STINK! - Jerry and Betsy
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This is a beautiful Washington State Park, set on the long beach north of the Columbia River jetty. The site we were camped in didn't have any services, but there were other sites in the park that did. There is a dump station on the way in/out.
Our site was literally steps away from the beach, quiet, spacious and clean. There are many trails in the area and two lighthouses to visit. The Lewis and Clark interpretive center is an excellent attraction. - sail2blue
Aug 2016 - $45.00
One of nicest state parks we've ever been in. Price based on amount of services. We had full hookups for 45.00/nite. Personnel great. Bathrooms plentiful and clean. Beach wonderful. Sites 1-180 arranged in spokes of 10 sites per spoke which made this campground feel more private than it was. No cell service with Verizon. Interesting towns nearby. Few of sites had partial ocean views. If I had one of those, this campground definitely a 10. - smitty12
1509 US-101 Ilwaco, Washington 98624 (map) | (360) 642-3292
Sites: 87 | Latest Rate: $50.00 | 8 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Wallicut River R.V. Resort used to be a KOA RV park that we had never stayed at before but we were looking for a new RV park in this area as we have been very unhappy with previous parks in the area because of major dog problems in some we have stayed in. Here, there were actually two dogs in the office so we did business through the door crack. My wife is extremely allergic to dogs and other animals so I did not want to track any dog stuff back to our rig. The grass pull-through we got and were told was flat was so bad with dips and groves that I had to pull my motorhome back onto the gravel road to unhook my towed vehicle. The big problem was that they want $50 a night for no WiFi, no cable, and a not so flat grass only parking space. The electric box cover at our site fell off when I tried to open it and there are no circuit breakers at all in the electric box. The park I had left just an hour earlier with no WiFi and no cable but with a flat graveled surface and circuit breakers in the electric box was just $15 a night. Much closer to what is a normal price for no amenities. We would never go back here. - Roger W
Jul 2015 - $41.00
This is another area park we probably stayed at last century but has no real recollection of being here. We had a fairly level, gravel, FHU, pull-through site. There are only 17 FHU sites. There are also 20 W&E sites, about 40 tents sites, half a dozen cabins, and some large group camping areas. The FHU sites have 60 channel cable TV and most of them are satellite friendly. Their 802.11 network was fine until early evening when everybody Started to get on it - you now have single sites that are using 3, 4, or more electronic devices at the same time. The park was fairly full with lots of groups camping together. With all the tent sites, the bath and shower facilities were inadequate. The laundry room was OK and cheap. There is no pool but there is a nice playground area. I saw no recycling. There is nothing within walking distance of the park. This park is fine for a one night stay while traveling through the area. - Jerry S
Jul 2013 - $45.00
Sites are grass and not very level. Not a very well kept KOA. Staff was nice, but no real amenities. Ok for an overnight. - EJK