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This is an attraction with lots of history on the Oregon coast. My grandson and I went and checked it out. He had a great time running around I had a wonderful time taking in the history of the site. There is more to it...More
We found this location to be even better than Fort Stevens because we could walk around inside the various rooms. Wish there were more plaques to explain what we were looking at, though. Be prepared for stairs.
Ruins of this battery are very easy to visit/ tour. It is one of two batteries located at Fort Stevens State Park. This one is the small one. And because of the trees you can see Pacific which is actually right there.
Battery Russell is one of the many places we stopped by during our time camping in Oregon. It is a really cool little battery that was used in WW2. It is creepy walking through it on your own but at the same time very cool....More
This is another place that's great if you like history and imagining what it must have been like for the people back then. It's interesting, but you can see it all pretty quickly if you're with people who really don't care as much as you...More
Battery Russell is a true monument to World War II and the Japanese involvement. Here is a spot on the continental US that truly saw action.
This is actually quite a beautiful piece of property. Knowing the story behind the shelling of American soil is...More
This is my FAVORITE place to visit on the Oregon Coast. No matter if you are into history or not this place is amazing. You will find yourself wandering around every nook to see what the different rooms look like.
I definitely suggest mosquito spray...More