2 Parks near Hammond, Oregon
Nov 2015 - $45.00
Overall very well kept large park. Lots of pull thrus, back in, spacious sites. Two pools ( inside & outside)...which we discovered at the end of our stay. Lots of good shopping within 5 minutes ( Costco, Fred Myers, petco, etc.) easy access to downtown Astoria , a small town worth exploring. ( lots of history). we stayed Halloween night , and many folks/ children were busy with festivities..unfortunately we had no clue that there were trick or treaters out and didn't prepare for it. Beautiful fort Stevens state park across the street, well worth the drive down to ocean park beach, to witness the roar of the Pacific Ocean. Oh yes, we could faintly hear the pacific surf in our motorhome, very soothing. - Live Life
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
Feb 2016 - $32.00
Campsites are spacious and in-the-woods. Very private. Our 35 foot fifth-wheel fit fine. However, many sites will not easily accommodate larger rigs. Trees are plentiful. So, satellite reception will be iffy. We lucked out and had good reception. Had reservations, but not really needed this time of year, except on weekends and holidays. Loved the miles of walking/biking trails to a lake, ocean beach or historical sites. Great place for kids or just having a relaxing, down time camping. We definitely would camp here again. - RLBD
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Stayed here many times, during many seasons. (the quoted nightly rate may be slightly off - memory fails) My favorite park by a long-shot. Well-kept. Clean. Even when the park is full to capacity. Rangers take care of even the smallest complaint immediately - and things can go wrong anywhere, be it noisy parties or cold showers. The point is, here at Ft. Stevens things get taken care of. Now. Sites are usually quite spacious, there's lots to explore from beach to historic area to museum. I'm sure it's a great week-end getaway for many, but I personally like to stay for the two weeks allowed! Thanks Fort Stevens! oh, and do try to get a glimpse of the elk! - RobertIsMyName
Nov 2015 - $32.00
Absolutely the most scenic State Park we've seen yet. Large sites with lots of trees. Great walking paths, easy 1 mile walk to the beach and shipwreck. Fort Stevens museum was outstanding, the walking tour was very informative too. Everywhere you go, there is more to see, from the Pacific Ocean to the Columbia River. All of the staff, volunteer and paid, were wonderful and very helpful. Satellite and TV reception were very site and weather dependant. Stay a week to see it all. - LMH