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Fort Stevens State Park Campground: Walk or Bike to the Pacific Ocean
Set among the trees that are slightly inland from the beach, you will find 174 full RV hookup camp sites, 302 electrical hookup only sites, 19 tent sites, and 15 yurts.
Reservations may be made by calling the reservations number on the park web site, below.
This is an extremely popular campground, especially in the summer season.
The dense forest helps block the wind that comes in off the ocean, and you will find that the area here is quite pleasant. There are paved walkways / bike ways that lead to the ocean and all around Fort Stevens State Park. There are also some equestrian trails and hiking-only trails.
The campground is extremely close to coffinberry lake, and a walk to the Pacific Ocean takes about 20 minutes.
During the peak seasons, you will find that there is a manned pay station for helping all the visitors find and work with paying their fees for the camp sites. However, during the lowest of seasons, some sites will be first-come first-served self-service pay. In that case, you use an envilope filled out at the pay station to register for the camp site you choose.
Camping facilities are extensive here due to the popular nature of the park. Please see the map of the campground on the "Park Brochure" available on the state parks web site, below.
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