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
Sep 2015 - $29.00
We stayed in Loop O which has more non-shaded sites than any of the other loops. Very large campground with paved roads and sites, lots of full hook-ups and with multiple sizes to fit large RV's. Many walking and biking trails to different attractions within the park including being very close to the ocean with miles of beach that can be walked or driven along. The grounds and washrooms are kept very clean. Beautiful location and setting which we would return to. - trump5
Sep 2015 - $25.00
This is the most beautiful park we stayed in during our tour of Oregon! Each camping loop is tucked amongst massive pine trees, the sites feel large and secluded. The beach goes for miles; or you can follow the loop road around until you're at the Columbia River. I wish we had stayed longer than a night, there was so much to see and do! - Deb344
Aug 2015 - $1.00
Paved streets and campsites. After weekend rain and high winds, camp hosts and rangers worked very long hours recovering w/cleanup efforts. Noticeably vacant spaces due to rainy weather conditions much to our surprise. Burn ban in effect and understandable though campfire would have been nice. Loop I sites found comfortable, some open allowing use of our DISH Tailgater. Sirius radio reception fine, daytime, for short periods. We were actually not outside enjoying this spacious state park. With excellent nearby shopping and no sales tax for purchases meant we spent more $s than in other states. - westieRVer