Oregon Hotel Reservations
Fort Stevens State Park
Constructed during the Civil War, Fort Stevens State Park now serves as an ideal destination for hiking trails, scenery, bird watching, and fishing along the Oregon coast. Set just a short drive west from nearby Astoria in Hammond, the 4,200-acre park yields fun-filled day for all.
Once a major defense system at the mouth of the Columbia River, Fort Stevens was in operation until the end of World War II. Today, open year-round, visitors are welcome to fish, swim, boat, go horseback riding, and catch a glimpse of the Peter Iredale Shipwreck.
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