Campground Review: L.L. Stub Stewart State Park, OR

“Beautiful Oregon State Park and Spacious Campground!”

LL Stub Stewart Campground

LL Stub Stewart State Park

Our visit to L.L. Stub Stewart State Park the first of June 2018. A well laid out park with a typical Oregon wooded environment. There is a large fenced dog run at the day use area. We are always glad to see a fenced dog run for our Dane Maggie.

LL Stub Stewart State Park Dog Park

Awesome Trails

One thing we enjoyed the most were the hiking trails through the woods. Very secluded and peaceful walks with our dog. Spotted a deer a time or two as well which is always neat.

LL Stub Stewart State Park

Spacious Sites

The campground is spacious with sites large enough to comfortably fit a semi-truck RV hauler and fifth wheel., we actually saw one come into the park. 🙂 Camp hosts were very friendly and worked hard to keep the grass cut and the campground in tip top shape.

LL Stub Stewart State ParkLL Stub Stewart State Park

1 hour from the Beach

Stub Stewart is in-land we drove about an hour to get to Cannon Beach and Ecola State Park on the Oregon Coast which was simply breathtaking. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will definitely stay at L.L. Stub Stewart State Park when in the area next time.

Cannon Beach

Nightly Cost: $32
Days Stayed: 6
Hookups: Full hookups
Reservations: Recommended
Pad Type: Asphalt
Pets: Allowed

WIFI: Cell coverage was good and our Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile service all worked really well in the campground. Our weBoost cell booster was on standby just in case the signal strength wasn’t strong enough but was not needed.

 *This is our review/opinions of our stay at L.L. Stub Stewart State Park*

You can find all of our Campground Reviews here on our 2018 Campground Reviews page along with a map of the places we have stayed.

L.L. Stub Stewart State Park, Oregon GPS: 45.7373, -123.1925

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