Our first stop upon returning to Oregon was in Astoria. We stayed at Fort Stevens state park which is located in the northern tip of the state. The campground was pretty full so we did not get the best site, it was basically attached to our neighbors site. This really didn’t matter though because it was kinda drizzly and raining off and on most of our time in the park. Luckily we had enough non-rainy weather that we could still get out and explore the area.
It was a really neat park with many things to see and do. The beach wasn’t to far, although it was a bit of a walk (about 1 mile each way). On our first visit to the beach we walked, but decided to drive after that due to the not so ideal weather. At this beach there are the remains of an old ship wreck. It is accessible to the public during low tide which the kids thought was pretty cool. It’s popular so right near the wreck was a little crowded, but further down the beach the people were all spread out. It is also a driving beach with four wheel drive access points, so we took the kids for their first drive on a beach. We had a great time visiting Oregon beaches, the kids even found buried treasure. We are looking forward to seeing more of the Oregon coast in our future travels.