Camping at Fort Stevens
We camped at Fort Stevens State Park for 3 nights and visited Astoria.
|Fort Stevens State Park in Oregon - what a beautiful place! We got an up-close and personal tour of the old guardhouse/prison||The tank testing area||At a wildlife blind. We biked throughout the whole park on the day that we rented bikes||This section of the fort - Battery 245 - is IDENTICAL in structure to the battery at Fort Ebey||The rifle range||The wreck of the Peter Iredale||Miles and miles of beautiful windswept isolation is possible here...||We really enjoyed biking through the park||The bikes we rented from the nearby KOA campsite||The observation tower||A living history demonstration||The old barracks||The moat at the Parados - old civil war era earthworks||Went down to the Columbia river to have our snack||No idea what this is||Mine loading building||Picnic in the grass||Getting ready to roast some marshmallows||Kenny is giving Peter "points" for giving him a head massage||Beautiful views from the Astoria Tower||They sold 1$ gliders to be flown from the top - they were a big hit||We had tuna fish and chips here - interesting, but I prefer halibut||During the tram ride through downtown Astoria, we saw the old staircase from the Astoria Column|