Travel Blogs from Fort Stevens State Park, United States

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Tillamook Cheese Factory, Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

Tillamook Cheese Factory

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

... ago we've been big fans. Kelly's been reading their biography to the boys in preparation for this part of the country. Fort Stevens state park is the prettiest park we've seen along the way and we learned it's the largest state park in the country. ...

Chris's 40th birthday, Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

Chris's 40th birthday

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

... presents, we went to breakfast at the 'Pig-N-Pancake' in Astoria, OR. We continued north over the Columbia, into the state of WA,  after breakfast to the 'Lewis and Clark' Interpretive Center at 'Cape Disappointment.' It is fascinating to learn ...

Highway 101 - Oh Wow...!, Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

Highway 101 - Oh Wow...!

A travel blog entry by lisaontheroad

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... engineering enthusiasts as it's riddled with towering and helluva long water-body-crossing structures from one end to the other. Fort Stevens State Park – just a few kms from Astoria – is nestled up in the northwestern corner of Oregon and we ...

May 21, 2013, Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

May 21, 2013

A travel blog entry by cjhans2

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Day 6 & 7 & 8, Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

Day 6 & 7 & 8

A travel blog entry by cjhans2

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... to be in Oregon. The camp grounds are half the price and free showers! Day 8 will be my down day doing laundry. Will walk around the beach and park & it will just be nice to be off the bike. I hope the weather will break and finally be sunny. ...

Check out the local area, Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

Check out the local area

A travel blog entry by gvw

... 2 hours, cycling to different parts of the park, looking here and there. I went for a ride in the arvo too. At least this warms me up. This time I went for a ride to the  old Fort Stephens settlement. Quite a few concrete ruins around. ...

We came, we saw, we left., Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

We came, we saw, we left.

A travel blog entry by keshiak

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This was just a special stop along the way, gave us time to get out, stretch our legs and check out an old ship wreck. The beaches here go on for miiiiiiiiiiles; white sand, hardly any shells, no rocks, some driftwood, and so far - no Fukushima treasures ...

NE Corner of Oregon, Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

NE Corner of Oregon

A travel blog entry by gvw

... park.  Nice park with lots of bike and hiking trails and flat tarred sites for RV's. We had a drive around the Fort Stevens State park.  It’s right on the peninsula at the mouth of the Columbia River.  A very cold wind blowing down ...

Gunkholing in an RV, Fort Stevens State Park, United States travel blog

Gunkholing in an RV

A travel blog entry by beadledove

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... of cheeses. Of course, their ice cream was pretty tasty also, so much for dinner tonight. This night we stayed in Fort Steven State Park, right at the mouth of the Columbia River. We had visions of watching the Columbia River Bar all evening long, but ...

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