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Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $59.00
Excellent park, maybe too big as some sites are great, others poor. If you like hiking, biking, or history then this is the place. Great camp hosts in all loops. Really no cell coverage. Price reflects out of state, and reservation fee. Would stay here again, and again. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $31.00
Love this place! Big trees and nice sites that are fairly easy to get into. What is nice is that almost half the sites are full hookups, which is really nice if you have a family and don't want to use the public showers. I reserved early and was able to get a water-electric only site where I could use my satellite, but be aware that open sites are not common here. There is a very nice beach about 3/4 of a mile away and lots of good biking trails that make it easy to get there. Also a WWII fort with tours and a museum. I also liked that it was near the Maritime Museum in Astoria, so lots of things for kids to see and do. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $35.00
This park is HUGE!!!!! Beautiful park, and we would stay here again! Stayed here in a 36 ft 4th wheel. Had a pull-thru site! Lots of mosquito's, is the downfall. But, come prepared, with bug spray, you are good! Great shade! it rained buckets when we stayed here, so we didn't get to enjoy the park to it's fullest, but would stay again! We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $32.00
Beautiful park with lots to see and do. We lucked out and got a site with lots of grass and sunlight. Sites around the loops typically are more shady so not so much grass or ground cover. There is no WiFi or Cable and cell reception (Verizon) was so so. However, we really like this place as it is a WONDERFUL bike riding area with lots of trails. The kids were able to ride their bikes around the loops without too much concern for vehicles. I have never seen so many bike riders in a campground. The rangers in the office were very helpful and accommodating. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $36.00
Great Park, be advised, only half of the campground loops have a sewer hookup, so verify in your reservations if that is what you want. Lots of things to do, great tours of the Military historical area. They have, i believe around 15 miles of bike/hiking trails, campgrounds are within a mile of the beach. They also have a great dumping facility, can handle 3 vehicles at a time, so rarely backed up. Campgrounds themselves are fairly private, all have fire rings and picnic tables, most are pretty flat, although with over five hundred sites, not all are perfect. Restrooms and showers are stocked several times during the day, and always found them to be clean. This has to be one of my favorite parks/campgrounds. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $23.00
We camped here in RV and part of our group stayed in a deluxe cabin. This is a large park and they just built the deluxe cabins. The sites are private and have a good variety of pull through and back in sites. In October the Discovery season begins and the price is lowered to $23. There are many trails and many miles of great beach walking. The deluxe cabins are nicely constructed with sleeping for about 6 people; you must bring your own linens. The cabins include a small kitchen with microwave, fridge, and there is a gas BBQ outside. There is a TV and DVD but no reception you could hook up your own satellite. Deluxe cabins run $62 per night during discovery season, an excellent value. Clean and very well maintained park. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $28.00
We camped in the M loop which was very busy, but privacy was pretty good and people observed quiet hours. The online reservation system allows you to actually see the site you are choosing and gives you dimensions. Our 25' travel trailer and megacab truck fit just fine hitched, and there was adequate room on the very shady site. It was, however, very damp while we were there, and nothing ever quite dried out. The park is huge, but has wonderful, mostly flat, mostly paved trails for biking and hiking, and a most interesting historical area in addition to good beach access. Our loop hosts delivered wood right to our site and were very helpful and friendly. Bear in mind that this is Oregon coastal territory and if you want sun, you may need to go inland a bit. There are many museums and historical sites nearby. Our Verizon Wi-Fi worked fine, but ATT phones not so much. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $45.00
Outstanding state park! Lots of paved bike trails to take you all over the park and to the beach. The RV sites are all shaded with huge trees and the park rules were observed, with respect to quiet hours. This is well worth a visit. Will go again. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $27.00
A very large park with lots of campers and hosts. There's plenty to see and do in the area. Vegetation and trees abound in amongst the sites, which are somewhat close together but not bad. We enjoyed the historical aspects of the old military fort located here (there was a wonderful event being held here this weekend too, with WW II displays and persons dressed in American and German costumes available for answering questions -- it was a terrific addition to our stay in this State Park). While we didn't have our bikes along, there are many paved trails for riding. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $20.00
This is the largest state park west of the Mississippi River according to park rangers. And the size is both an advantage and disadvantage. The advantage is there are many wonderful programs for both kids and adults. There is a great beach with a shipwreck, historical site, ocean viewing area of the Columbia River Mouth and more. At the military museum, there are tours on an old Army "duce-and-a-half" truck that is great. The park's Coffenbury Lake offers fishing, swimming and Kyaking (by registration with the rangers). It is within a few miles of shopping at Costco, Fred Meyer, and some fast food places. Nearby Astoria is also a great place to visit as is Ft. Clatsop, where Lewis & Clark wintered. The bad news -- it is crowded, especially in the summer. Entire loops are reserved for family reunions and church retreats. As a result, it is hard to keep up with maintaining the bathrooms and showers. Volunteers try hard and are friendly. Depending on the group you are near, it can be quite noisy. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $27.00
For a state park, this is still a great place with the bike trails and beach access. But it's so big that the restrooms, and especially the showers, get trashed by kids, families. We enjoyed a rare warm, sunny day and 3 cloudy ones but won't be back for awhile. Gets to be a zoo here in the busy summer. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $28.00
Good things: Large clean campground - large sites - nice personnel - clean restrooms - nice beach - excellent cell phone reception (Verizon). Bad things: Long distance to beach (1.5 miles from our campsite), shower facilities were clean but very old with the G loop having very lower water pressure and no ability to control water temp (some of the other loops had newer facilities). For those that camp on Oregon Coast this campground is nice but not in same league as Beverly Beach. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $23.00
We arrived on Thanksgiving and the park was busy. We even had to change sites for the 2nd night due to a reservation. The sites are mostly in the trees; however, I was able to run my satellite on the one site, not on the other. In winter time, I prefer the more open sites for more sunshine, but it was OK for us. Our Virgin Mobile didn't work here. The sites are pretty level on asphalt, but could be wider. Depending on the length of your RV, your choices are smaller the longer your RV is. The restrooms weren't clean on Thanksgiving because of too many people, but were much better afterwards. We loved the biking trails and used every one. Also, the visits to the Historic sites is well worth a visit if you are a little bit into history. We spent 5 nights and will definitely return. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $23.00
This is a great campground with lots of things to do in the area. When we were there, off-season, there were only three loops open, one for reservations, one with full hookups, and one with water and electricity. Most of the sites are in very wooded, dark areas. As it was overcast and rainy and as we wanted to get satellite, we opted for one of the few open sites that happened to be in the water and electric sites. This site worked fine for us as we were only there three nights. The park has some great bicycle trails which we really enjoyed. Our Verizon phone and data card worked well here. Astoria is only a short distance away with lots of things to do. We only started to explore the area and will certainly try to make our way back. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $23.00
This park is huge. We stayed in the H loop. Since it rained everyday we were there,we didn't go thru the other loops, except I which was very similar to H. There is very little grass here & so it was really muddy. The pads are narrow, so you end up stepping out of the rv into the mud. The H sites that back to the road were the best for grass. There is a beach & museum on the park site itself & you have easy access to many places for sightseeing, and plenty of shopping within 10 miles or less. We got good cell & our own wifi service in the park. We camped at Fort Stevens State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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