Fort Stevens

Campground

brochure Fort Stevens - Campground

Campground Brochure and Map of Fort Stevens State Park (SP) in Oregon. Published by Oregon State Parks and Recreation.

Fort Stevens CAMPGROUND Reserve early! Reserve campsites, yurts and group areas one day Need to cancel your reservation? Follow these guidelines: Park Information: to nine months in advance by calling 1-800-452-5687. Campsites and yurts are also reservable through www.oregonstateparks.org. If your reservation is for today, call 503-861-1671. Otherwise, call 1-800-452-5687. 1-800-551-6949 www.oregonstateparks.org O Ships, Waves, and Wildlife ne of the nation’s largest public campgrounds, Fort Stevens lies next to the site of a military installation once used to guard the mouth of the Columbia River. Year-round Camping • 150 full-hookup sites with sewer, electricity, and water (36 pull-through) • 302 electrical sites with water (11 pull-through) • 6 tent sites with water nearby • 15 yurts (7 pet-friendly) • 11 deluxe cabins (5 pet-friendly) • Paved parking, picnic table, and fire ring at all sites • Hiker/biker sites • Flush toilets and hot showers • RV dump station (300 feet east of ranger station) Note: Up to two pets (cats and/or dogs only) are allowed in the pet-friendly facilities for an additional fee per night. • Day-use area with access to • • miles of broad, sandy beach Two covered, reservable picnic shelters Freshwater lakes Camping Rates Fort Stevens State Park Off US 101, 10 miles W of Astoria 100 Peter Iredale Road, Hammond, OR 97121 503-861-1671 Latitude: 46.18422 N Longitude: -123.95682 W • Nine miles of bike paths • Ten miles of hiking trails • Northern trailhead for the Oregon Coast Trail • Wildlife viewing platforms Rates are subject to change. You can get up-to-date information by calling 1-800-551-6949 or visiting www.oregonstateparks.org. Driving on the Beach Motor vehicles are prohibited on the beach from the Peter Iredale access point to the South Jetty from noon to midnight, May 1–Sept. 15. Motor vehicles are allowed year-round between the Peter Iredale access point and the Gearhart beach ramp. Maximum speed is 25 mph. Smoking in Oregon State Parks is allowed only in personal vehicles, RVs, campsites and portions of day use parks along state highways that are designated as safety rest areas by the Oregon Department of Transportation. Shipwreck remains: The wreck of the Peter Iredale lies near the southern beach access parking area. The English sailing ship ran aground during a storm in 1906. More History Survives Nearby Visit the Fort Clatsop unit of Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, where the Corps of Discovery spent the winter of 1805-06. Astoria, the first permanent European-American settlement on the west coast, features Fort Astoria, a reconstructed fur-trading outpost; several museums, including the Columbia River Maritime Museum; and historic homes. Support your parks by becoming a member of the Oregon State Parks Foundation. Free 12-month day-use parking permit with your membership. oregonstateparksfoundation.org. Astoria Fort Stevens State Park Wildlife viewing platform Military museum and batteries Observation platform Hammond Swash Lake wildlife viewing platform North loops Wreck of the Peter Iredale Coffenbury L. 30 Hammond Columbia R. Military museum: The Military Museum contains artifacts depicting the history of the fort. 503-861-2000. Guided tours: Enjoy tours of the underground Battery Mishler and the back of a restored 1954 “deuce-and-a-half” army truck. Tours, special events, and museum services are courtesy of the nonprofit Friends of Old Fort Stevens. Columbia R. Warrenton Sunset Beach State Recreation Site Fort Clatsop 101 Campground entrance Gearhart Seaside . Other Park Features The Fort Stevens Military Reservation guarded the mouth of the Columbia River from the Civil War through World War II. Explore the gun batteries and climb to the commander’s station for a view of the Columbia River and South Jetty. Trestle Bay Clatsop Spit e Rd Four campsites (#77, 78, 89 and 90 in the North loop), eight of the 11 cabins, and all but five yurts are accessible according to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Western snowy plovers nest along some parts of the Oregon coast— watch for special signs during nesting season. Summertime programs include Junior Ranger activities, evening campfire presentations, and guided kayak tours. Explore the Historic Military Site South Jetty Ridg Universal Access Watch waves breaking and big ships crossing the famous Columbia River bar from the observation platform near the South Jetty on Clatsop Spit. Wildlife viewing platforms on Clatsop Spit, overlooking Trestle Bay, and near Swash Lake are excellent places for birdwatching. Please note: All dogs must be on a leash March 15-July 15 (or longer) on a short stretch of Clatsop Spit. Driving and vehicles are also prohibited. Look for signs. 63400-8121 (2/19) South loops Pacific Ocean Tsunami Assembly Area (Warrenton Soccer Fields) Warrenton Tillamook Head Ecola State Park Cannon Beach  Trailhead parking 101 26 Portland Visiting for the Day? Fort Stevens State Park requires a day-use parking permit year-round to park in the Coffenbury Lake Day-use Area and at the Historic Military Site. You’ll need to display a daily permit, a 12- or 24-month permit, an Oregon Pacific Coast Passport, or your camping receipt, which is valid for the days you are registered. Purchase a daily permit from vending machines in the park. The 12- and 24- month permits are sold online at store.oregonstateparks.org and at major state park offices. Coffenbury Lake has two swimming areas, a picnic area, restrooms, and a boat ramp (please respect the 10 mph boating speed limit). Fort Stevens  L39 L36 L38 (48) L40 (45) L32 L34 (47) L31 (45) (43) (42) L30 (42) L28 (40) L42 (48) Host L26 (40) (42) L37 L41 L35 L44 (46) L25 (44) L33 (56) (60) (66) (57) L29 L45 (39) L24 (44) (50) L27 L43 (58) (52) L23 (57) L46 (40) L22 (46) L47 (54) L48 (46) L21 (57) L20 (41) L50 (44) L19 (32) L49 (60) L17 (50) K17 Host K18 L5 L9 L1 L51 L7 L18 (46) L13 (62) (54) (52) (52) (36) (53) Loop L Loop M M48 M50 M46 M47 M40 M42 M44 (41) (44) (44) (54) M51 M38 (43) (44) (52) M36 M37 M34 (46) (48) (49) (43) (48) N53 N54 M52 Host N51 O45 O47 M45 M49 (53) M32 (50) N47 N49 (54) (57) (41) O51 M43 N45 (60) O44 (50) (48) (60) O53 (49) M41 (54) (47) N41 N43 (49) (49) O54 M39 (44) N56 (51) (48) M54 (44) M31 (48) (49) N39 (56) O42 M33 (64) M35 (48) N36 N37 (48) (47) (55) M53 (47) (54) (56) (51) O40 (48) M56 (57) M30 (47) N52 (38) N57 (47) M29 (65) (50) O38 O43 O46 Host M55 (58) N48 N50 N55 (38) O48 M28 (47) N46 O41 (46) (39) N59 (52) (39) M5 N44 M27 (54) O36 (46) O50 O52 N40 N42 (41) (37) (36) (39) N38 N34 (44) O39 (50) M7 (48) (50) N58 (40) M26 (53) Host O37 (44) (41) N35 (41) (37) (39) (40) M1 N61 (49) M9 (57) (68) (48) M23 (56) M2 (38) O34 N60 (38) (57) M11 M3 (42) N32 (52) Host (48) O35 (46) N63 (46) Host M25 (50) M21 (68) M13 (60) M4 (43) Host N33 (46) N62 (40) O32 Loop O Loop N O33 (43) (60) M6 (46) N31 (47) M24 (48) N65 (46) (51) M17 (61) M8 (50) O31 (47) N64 (37) M10 (47) O30 N30 (51) N29 (44) M12 (48) (52) O29 (46) M14 (40) N66 (41) N27 (39) N28 (43) M15 (41) M20 O28 O27 O23 O21 O19 18 (46) M19 M18 M16 (48) (48) (45) (49) (40) (42) O17 N25 (42) N21 N19 N17 N15 N13 N11 N7 (53) 19 (51) (58) O3 20 O5 N26 (47) O15 N6 (34) (46) (52) (50) (53) (51) (40) (37) O26 O7 (43) (37) (61) O13 N23 (48) (48) O9 (45) N8 (52) (42) O11 (44) (45) 13 O25 (46) N9 (50) O24 O22 (52) O1 (44) N10 ADA van accessible (52) O20 O18 12 O4 O2 (55) N24 N22 N20 N18 N16 N14 N12 (49) (54) (47) (48) (49) (51) (44) (51) (45) O6 (53) (56) (49) O16 O14 7 11 O8 9 O10 10 (53) (43) (50) O12 (46) (57) (47) Yurt Village ®  N40 (39) Electric site K5 (Max. site length in feet) (Max. site length in feet) Tent site Deluxe cabin  Yurt  Hiker/biker camp  Accessible camping  Pet-friendly facility  Shower  Restroom  Ranger station  Parking   Firewood  Amphitheater  Playground  RV dump station Information To beach, wreck of Peter Iredale, and Coffenbury Lake center  Recycling Bike trail   Walking trail Trails Yurt village footpath  Loop H (Sites 1-32) 16 (53) 15 (49)  Tsunami evacuation route • Campground quiet hours are between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. A curfew for visitors under age 18 is in effect 12–5 a.m. • All vehicles must be parked on pavement. • Bicycles are permitted on park roads, but must be ridden with the traffic flow. Riders under age 16 must wear helmets. • Pets must be physically restrained at all times when not confined in a vehicle or tent. Leashes must be no longer than six feet. All waste must be properly removed. Check-in after 4 p.m., Check-out by 1 p.m. 9 (69) 10 (55) 8 (54) s South loop ops lo h rt No 29 (56) 11 (61) 12 (48)   19 21 24 (60) 17 (60) (60) (60) 27 (43) 14 (57) 13 (61) 7 (57) 6 (59) 22 (53) 20 (51) 18 (49) 23 (41)  Host 4 (54) 1 (50) 5 (52) 30 (67) 32 (45)  3 (55) Exit  80 (56) 28 (47) 78 (56) 31 (44) 77 (53)  Loop J (Sites 170-203) 89 (46) 85 (47) 187 (65) 90 (59) 82 84 86 (54) (58) (48) 87 88 91 (52) (45) (39) 79 (44) 93 (56) 76 (44) 96 71 70 (66) 73 (63) 72 (60) (68) (41)  186 (60) 92 (56) 185 (60) 94 (59) 183 (60) 95 (57) Host 75 (44) 74 (60) Host 42(46)  43 (55) 101 103 (42) (50) 45 (53) 40 (44) 41(54) Host 50 (50) 67 52 (41) (56) 65 69 (48) 62 59 57 55 (51) (30) (43) (48) (41) 68 (44)  54 64 63 61 60 58 56 (41) (37) (36) (41) (39) (43) (39) 47 132 (50) (60) 49 130 (37) (50) 51 (49) 129 (53) 53 (46) Loop C (Sites 40-69) RV OPERATORS: Please use this dump station instead of a campsite connection to empty your holding tank. 189 (65) 192 (60) 182 (50) 179 178 176 (55) (60) (40) 105 (53) 107 109 (42) (43) 102 104 100(55) (60) (50) 131 (48) 127 (55) 125 123 (33) (50) 106 (50) Host  128 (50) 126 (55) 124 (56) 175 (60) 177 (64) 180 (60)  174 (50) 110 111 (48) (43) 118 (43) Loop D (Sites 100-132) 173 (55)  117 (46) 114 (50) 163 (55) 116 (52) 162 (55) South Loops 199 (45) L M N 143 (48) 141 (63) Host 164 (62) 161 (50) 144 (50) J C D E Host 145 147 (42) (52) Loop K 149 (45) 151 (50) 158 (47) 155 (45) 154 (47) 156 (50) Loop E (Sites 140-165) 148 243 (55) (50) 152 239 (55) (56) 153 (63) 237 (49) 236 (45) F 216 214 (45) (60) 234 (45) AY TWO W      Entrance  G  217 (48) 218 (55)   150 241 (55) (62) loops South h loops t low) Nor (see be (cabins and tent sites) K 215 (60) 213 211 (53) 219 (53) Host (60) 210(50) 221 (46) 244 (45) 223 (47) 242 (50) 225 (53) 240 (42) 227 (50) 238 (49) 235 232 230 (35) (50) (40) 245 (50)    212(50) 146 (53) 157 (45) I   159 (44) K9 K8  142 (55) 140(58) 160 (50) Entrance  171 (65) H North Loops 201 (50) Host   K11  K2 Yurt Village 202 (50) K7 K6   O 203 170 (60) (45) 112 165 (60) (55) 108 113 (50) (45) 115 121 119 (65) (43) (41) 122 120 (52) (42) 172 (65) K15    197 195 (48) (60) 200 (52) K12 K13 K14 K4 K5 K3 K1 Host 198 (45) 196 (58) 194 (62) 184 188 190 191 193 (60) (52) (52) (55) (55) 181 (60)  Host 46 48 44 (54) (51) (49) 66 (49) Entrance parking  26 (58) Host    83 (50) 81 (51) 2 (63)    Loop I (Sites 70-96) 25 (58) Host 17 2 15     3  4   6             ADA accessible parking  Full-hookup site Host Host    K10      L16 L15 (43) (39) L14 L12 L11 L10 L8 L6 L4 L3 L2 (44) (42) (40) (46) (41) (40) (43) (44) (47)    23 (60)  To beach, wreck of Peter Iredale, and Coffenbury Lake 233 (40) 287 (45) 220 (53) 284 (46) 222 (50) 282 (58) 224 (47) 280 (48) 226 (45) 278 (50) 228 276 (53) (65) 229 231 (56) (40) Loop F (Sites 210-245) 250 (43) 251 (42) 255 (41) 253 (42) 256 (50) 254 257 (65) 258 (58) 259 286 252(52) (48) (39) (47) Host 261 260 (65) (36) 285 (68) 263 262 (58) (49) 283 (50) 264 (62) 266 281 (62) (58) 265 (58) 267 279 (45) 268 (60) (49) 273 270 (37) 277 (48) (47) 269 (53)   275 (38) 274 (48) 272 (45) 271 (63) Loop G (Sites 250-287) All information or fees subject to change without notice. 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