Hammond Marina RV Park
Located Next to Hammond Marina, full hook-ups, low rates and close proximity to recreational destinations.
Hammond Marina RV Park is a small, full service, quiet park that is located adjacent to the Hammond Marina. Hammond Marina RV Park is close to the historical Fort Stevens officer’s quarters, Columbia River observation point, and the biking trails at Fort Stevens.
The park is a favorite to fisherman who find the convenience to their boats and the launching facilities unsurpassed. Hammond provides moorage for sport fisherman and boaters who return year after year for the salmon fishing and the moderate temperatures at the coast.
Hammond is a small town of about 550 people. The town was incorporated into the City of Warrenton. The town provides the essentials of groceries and restaurants within walking distance of the Park. The ocean beaches at Battery Russell and the south jetty observation point are about 3 miles away.
Hammond is located on the very NW corner in the State of Oregon. It is where the Columbia River merges with the Pacific Ocean. The port of Hammond served as port for constructing and operation of Fort Stevens and the building of the south Jetty. The military post for Fort Stevens and two other forts served as strategic military installations to protect the mouth of the Columbia River and the ship building in Portland from foreign attack during the two World Wars. Fort Stevens is the only fort in the continental United States to be fired upon by a Japanese submarine.
The South Jetty is over 5 miles long. It begins at the west of Hammond Marina. The jetty was constructed and is maintained by the Corp of Engineers. With two other jetties on the Mouth of the Columbia it provides stability to currents, tides, and shifting sands. The Columbia River Bar is an awesome force. The Columbia River Bar has been referred to the Graveyard of the Pacific for all of the Shipwrecks that have occurred over its history. The Area was also the inspiring destination for Lewis and Clark and their two visits to the Northwest
Keywords:camping, Recreational Vehichle, camping, Ocean fishing, salmon fishing, claming,clamming, tides, SOLV, bike riding, civil war reenactment, Fort Stevens, Battery Russel, State Park, Buoy 9, Fort George, Chamber of Commerce, RV Parks,South Jetty, Construction, lodging, clatsop County, Astoria, Hammond, Warrenton.
We are the closeest Park to:
Civil War Re-Enactment Labor Day Weekend—-Fort Stevens Battle Reenactment and Living History
Labor Day Weekend:
View a YouTube video clip of a battle at Fort Stevens
The Northwest Civil War Council and the Friends of Old Fort Stevens will host their annual Battle Reenactment event on Labor Day Weekend. This reenactment takes place in the historic area of the fort each year. Fort Stevens is the Northwest Civil War Council’s largest event, drawing reenactors from all over the northwest, including Washington, California, Nevada, Canada and Idaho. The reconstructed earthworks, originally built in 1863 – 1865, is Oregon’s only direct link to the Civil War. It’s appropriate that this is the site of a battle and living history encampment honoring that link. The battlefield is located in front of the Spanish American War concrete batteries. The public will be able to view the battles from the top of the west battery near the park museum. It is a crowd pleaser and a great camera viewpoint.
See Spectator’s Guide to getting the most enjoyment out of this event!
- Hammond Marina RV Park
- 320 Lake Street
- Hammond, OR 97121
- Map & Directions on Google
- (503) 861-0547
Features & Amenities
- RV Park/Campground
- Extended Stay
- Accept Weekly/Monthly Renters
- Laundry Facility
- Bicycle Friendly
- RV Hookups
- River Access