Fort Stevens State Park

1675 Peter Iredale Rd,

Hammond, , OR 97121

Phone: (503) 861-3170

Rating: 4.7

Fort Stevens State Park near Astoria, Oregon

Fort Stevens State Park, spanning a remarkable 4,300 acres of rich terrain and natural beauty, is an ideal destination for those seeking outdoor exploration. Whether it’s camping in its lush woodlands or beach-combing along the shoreline; perusing the freshwater lake by canoe or kayak; traversing one of its many trails as you take in captivating wildlife sightings; learning about historic shipwreck discoveries — there is something here to tantalize every adventurer! The park features include:

  • – Take a leisurely stroll around Coffenbury Lake on the two-mile trail, take a dip in the lake at one of the picnic areas with swimming, and launch your boat from the conveniently located boat ramp – all while enjoying restroom amenities!
  • – The picturesque Columbia Shore Disc Golf Course offers a stunning setting for one of the most exciting outdoor activities around. Experience the thrill and challenge of disc golf as you weave your way through this beautiful course!
  • – Experience 15 miles of breathtaking multiuse trails, perfect for exploring and enjoying the outdoors.
  • – From the South Jetty Observation Tower, admire the stunning views of Columbia River Bar for an unforgettable experience!
  • – Come explore the serene, pristine beauty of Trestle Bay with Kayak Tillamook! Their experienced guides will show you a side to Oregon’s coast that can only be accessibly by kayak. Experience nature in its purest form and enjoy unbeatable views from your own personal kayaking tour adventure.
  • – The Oregon Coast Trail begins at Fort Stevens, its northernmost beginning point.

Fort Stevens Location

One of Oregon’s Favorite State Parks!

Fort Stevens State Park Campground

Looking to make a camping reservation? You can book up to six months in advance at for all campsites with picnic tables and fire pits – plus, reservations are necessary for cabins and yurts!

  • Offers 174 generous full-hookup sites with 36 of them being pull-throughs.
  • 302 electrical sites with water access (including 11 pull-through spots).
  • 6 tent camp sites
  • 9 walk-in tent sites with parking nearby
  • Hiker/biker camp
  • Flush toilets
  • Hot showers
  • RV dump site
  • 8 cabins and 10 yurts that are designed to provide universal access for visitors with disabilities.

Fort Stevens – One of Oregon’s Favorite State Parks

Fort Stevens State Park in Oregon is a nature-lover’s paradise. With its vast array of activities, including camping, beachcombing, canoeing and kayaking on the freshwater lake, disc golfing through picturesque landscapes or hiking along multiuse trails – Fort Stevens has something for everyone! There are 174 full hookup sites with 36 pull-throughs and 302 electrical sites with water access; 6 tent camp sites; 9 walk-in tent sites plus 8 cabins and 10 yurts that provide universal access to visitors with disabilities. Fort Stevens also offers an incredible opportunity to explore the serene beauty of Trestle Bay by Kayak Tillamook as well as being the northernmost beginning point of the Oregon Coast Trail. Whether you’re looking for adventure or just want to relax in natural surroundings – Fort Steven State Park is your ideal destination!

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