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Fort Columbia State Park, Naselle

(4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Fort Columbia State Park is located in Naselle. Use our Naselle itinerary planner to visit Fort Columbia State Park on your trip to Naselle, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • If you haven't visited a gun battery, this is a good example. There is also a museum which was closed when we were there; so I do cannot review that. There are signs explaining the history of the gun ...  more »
  • This is a former fort that is now a state park. In the summer there are tours and other activities. If you visit at another time of the year I would suggest only stopping if you plan on visiting anoth...  more »
  • A very interesting part of history of an old Fort, re used again for World War II. Volunteers here were very knowledgeable and there is a short movie about life at the fort Interesting historically bu...  more »
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  • I've been bye (literally under actually) this place soo many times. NEVER realized it was there. Which is exactly what they wanted.. Was there at dusk so didn't get much time. But the grounds were amazing, bathrooms clean. AND the ONLY weaponized fort that I know of.
  • Large areas to camp in & great sights to see in any direction we went!
  • This place is awesome!! Spent an hour exploring the Fort!!
  • Really cool, dilapidated remains of bunkers. Many you can explore. Bring a flashlight and your sense of adventure!
  • Clearly the victim of significant budget cuts. Only 1.5 miles of the 5 mile trail system is maintained. Summit trail is completely impassable unless you are in the mood for some pathfinding practice. This park is one mushroom hunter away from a SAR case.