Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA

1100 Northwest Ridge Road

Hammond, OR 97121

Reserve: 800-562-8506

Info: 503-861-2606

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Local Area Attractions

Fort Clatsop National Memorial Photo

Fort Clatsop National Memorial

Fort Clatsop was the winter encampment for the Lewis and Clark expedition December 7, 1805 to March 23, 1806. Several special events are held throughout the year. Summer hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily (mid-June to Labor Day). Winter hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (September to mid-June). This Memorial is closed on Christmas Day.

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Fort Stevens Historic Area Photo

Fort Stevens Historic Area

Enjoy many military artifacts and interpretive displays at the Museum along with guided and narrated tours during the summer months. Special events include Civil War Reenactments, Military Vehicle Collectors Club, Friends of Old Fort Stevens Picnic and Weekend Living History and cannon firing. Summer hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily (April to November). Winter hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily (November to April).

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Columbia River Maritime Museum Photo

Columbia River Maritime Museum

Special events include Lower Columbia Row-In, Holiday Open House, Kern Room special exhibits and lectures. The museum is open 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day).

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Astoria-Megler Bridge Photo

Astoria-Megler Bridge

The Astoria-Megler Bridge, which was formally dedicated August 27, 1966, stretches 4.1 miles from Astoria, Oregon, across the mouth of the Columbia River, to Point Ellice, Washington. Its construction was an impressive feat. The bridges main span is 1,232 feet in length, the longest continuous truss in the nation.

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Astoria Column Photo

Astoria Column

The Astoria Column has served for over 80 years as a beacon on the Pacific Northwest Coast. It sits in a wooded area 600 feet above sea level on Coxcomb Hill, Astoria, Oregons highest point.  It was erected in 1926 to commemorate the westward sweep of discovery and migration which brought settlement and civilization to the Sunset Empire.  It is open daily from sunrise to sunset with free admission.

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Local Area Activities

The North Oregon Coast is just a spit of beach and some rain right? Not even close! Near the mouth of the Columbia lies the most deadly bar and the greatest little town on the coast. whether you're an outdoors enthusiast or have an interest in history there is a lot this little town has to offer. Zip line tours, paragliding, helicopter tours, theater, museums and so much more. Come stay enjoy the view and some great food from large list of great restaurants in our area. Secluded in the country with downtown amenities you will be happy you came to stay.

Boating/Water Sports Photo

Boating/Water Sports

Take your family out for a boating picnic, or go fishing with friends at Coffenbury Lake. Go boogie boarding in the ocean, or how about surfing? Do you like to kayak? How about in the Columbia River?

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Crabbing & Clamming Photo

Crabbing & Clamming

Love seafood? Try it fresh - catch your own dinner! You can go clamming with family or friends. You can also go crabbing at 12th Street Bridge in Seaside located 15 miles south of our campground. If you don't have any equipment, check at the campground store--we have rental equipment available for your convenience! We sell OR Hunting, Fishing & Shellfish Licenses!

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Storm Watching Photo

Storm Watching

Have you ever watched a storm rolling into land on the beach? It is quite the sight. This is nature at its best. Enjoy big huge beautiful waves crashing on the beach--best during winter seasons. You might even find treasures that wash up when the tides are just right.

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Beach combing Photo

Beach combing

For the best beach combing you will want to visit during low tides. Best results are right after storms. You can find agates, fossils, driftwood, artifacts and even the exclusive and increasingly rare Japanese glass floats from old fishing nets come ashore. You never want to explore the beach by yourself. The "Sneaker Waves" are very swift and fast--you will never know before they get you.

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Deep Sea Fishing/ Lake Fishing/ Jetty Fishing Photo

Deep Sea Fishing/ Lake Fishing/ Jetty Fishing

If you like to deep sea fish, we are the campground you have been looking for. We have several fishing charters close to us. Right by the mighty mouth of the Columbia River, why would you want to fish anywhere else. The real question is Salmon or Sturgeon? You can also fish from our famous Oregon Jetty. For lake fishing try Coffenbury Lake right across the street.

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