Great Adventures!! Great Museum and Visitors Center! Great Gift Shop!
For one, “The BEAST”, a 5-ton military truck, will be ready to take visitors on a one-hour tour of the fort while sitting on padded troop benches no less! (There is a modest fee for the truck tour. Call for times.) For another, underground tours of the one-of-a-kind Battery Mishler will be available. (There is a modest fee for the Mishler tours. Call for times.)
Walk through the only enclosed Civil War era earthworks on the West Coast! Maps for self-guided tours are always available. CALL (503) 861-2000. Email email@example.com.
Our Spring 2019 Newsletter is available! The Fort Stevens Review is published by the Friends of Old Fort Stevens, an Oregon 501(c)3 Organization, helping to preserve the history Of Oregon’s Fort Stevens State Park.
Excerpt from this newsletter: "In Their Words, Recollections of Those Who Were Fired Upon – Edited by D. Lindstrom
This is the season to remember the 1942 attack on Fort Stevens by the I-25, a Japanese Submarine. By this time most readers are probably asking, “What else is there to say?” Rather than interpreting it again, first hand experiences are presented here without interference! These individuals were at widely separated locations and as expected, the reader will find differing views of the incident. The following recollections were made fifty years later, so memory and the “fog of war” is at play…."