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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
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Where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean, Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA is a family-friendly RV park in Hammond. It features an indoor pool and hot tub where you can relax after a long day exploring the Oregon coast, as well as an outdoor pool to cool off in during the summer months. A jumping pillow, children’s playground, and mini-golf course will keep young guests entertained while pets are welcome to stay with you and utilize the on-site dog park. A basketball court, board games, and pool tables are among the recreational facilities, together with arcade games and a ping-pong table.
Camping at Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA includes your choice of 30 or 50 amp electric service and full hookup sites, with the space for RVs up to 90 feet in length. There’s a picnic pavilion and Kamping Kitchen available, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi access and cable TV connections. You can pick up ice and firewood at the small on-site store, with bicycle rentals also available here.
RV camping at Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA includes access to themed events throughout the year, with kid-friendly games and crafts during the summer vacation months. When you’re RV camping at the KOA, you’ve got easy access to everything the Oregon coast has to offer, including whale watching, clam digging, and kite flying.
When you camp in an RV near Hammond, you’re on the doorstep of Fort Stevens State Park, which forms part of the Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks. It centers around a military fortification that was built near the end of the American Civil War to guard the mouth of the Columbia River and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Learn about its role in World War II at the on-site museum, enjoy a swim at Coffenbury Lake, or cool off in the waters of the Pacific Ocean from the adjacent beach.
Just to the south is the Sunset Beach State Recreation Site, which hugs the coast along the Clatsop Plains. It marks the western trailhead of the historic Fort-to-Sea Trail that recounts the experience of Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery in the winter of 1805. There are spectacular views across the Pacific Ocean throughout the recreation area, as well as direct access to the beach for swimming and relaxing. A stone’s throw inland lies the Cullaby Lake County Park where you can swim, fish, or go birdwatching.
If you’re motorhome camping at Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA, you’re also within easy access of the Saddle Mountain State Natural Area, which is situated in the Northern Oregon Coast Range. It’s named after the peak of Saddle Mountain that can be accessed along a 2.5-mile-long hiking trail, with views of the Pacific Ocean and several Cascade mountains being your reward at the top. While exploring the natural area, keep your eyes peeled for the herd of resident elk regularly spotted here.
The Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA camping site is just five minutes’ drive from the small city of Warrenton, which lies on the banks of the Skipanon River. It was originally inhabited by the Clatsop tribe of Native Americans and first settled by Europeans in the mid-19th century. There’s a large supermarket where you can pick up grocery supplies and a couple of gas stations if you want to fill up your campervan rental, as well as a handful of global restaurants for dining out.
Just to the south of Warrenton is the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park where you’ll find a replica of Fort Clatsop, an encampment where the Corps of Discovery spent a winter during the early 19th century. There’s a visitor’s center with exhibits detailing the history of the expedition, as well as surrounding nature trails and ranger-led programs during the warmer months.
Across Young’s River lies the port city of Astoria, which serves as the seat of Clatsop County and is the oldest American settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. Climb to the top of the towering Astoria Column for panoramic views across the coastline, then admire the murals that illustrate the region’s heritage. Astoria has a number of excellent museums to explore, including the period rooms and landscaped gardens of the Queen Anne–style Flavel House Museum. If you’re traveling with kids, don’t miss a visit to the Columbia River Maritime Museum where they can delve into the shipping and military legacy of the city.
Whether you’re interested in the Corps of Discovery history or spending time on the Oregon coast, book an RV in Clatsop County and start planning your next vacation.