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Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA
457 Bay Center Road  Bay Center, Washington
19 CampedThere Reviews

A scenic nature trail leads from the campground right to the beach, where you'll enjoy bird-watching and beach-combing. Your pets will love running on the beach too! Swim in the tidal bay, rake for delicious steamer clams (license required) and work up an appetite for the area's famous Willapa Bay oysters. You're close to lighthouses and the Pacific, just on the other side of the peninsula that shelters the bay. Take a ride on this KOA's three-wheel banana-peel bikes--they're a blast! Play a game of volleyball, basketball, badminton or horseshoes. Enjoy ice cream socials every weekend (Memorial Day through Labor Day). Then finish your perfect day with a beautiful sunset over the bay.

Please contact our campground for information regarding your group!

Burlington / Anacortes KOA
6397 North Green Road  Burlington, Washington
15 CampedThere Reviews

The spectacular Pacific Northwest scenery alone would make this KOA worth a visit. But wait until you see what there is to do! Take a scenic drive along Samish Bay. Hop a ferry to the San Juan Islands or Victoria, B.C. Join a whale-watching expedition. Visit the picturesque 19th century fishing village of La Conner. Play a round of golf at any of the dozen area courses. At KOA, join in bingo and pancake breakfasts (most weekends), KOA Mud Pies and a wealth of activities on holiday weekends. RV groups appreciate the rec hall. Enjoy the cool waters of Friday Creek, which winds through the campground, or relax in KOA's indoor pool and hot tub. Stroll across the bridge to a 12-acre meadow frequented by deer and bald eagles.

Concrete / Grandy Creek KOA
7370 Russell Road  Concrete, Washington
11 CampedThere Reviews

Enjoy a beautiful natural setting at the base of Mount Baker with easy access to North Cascades National Park and Grandy Creek. Take a day trip to Bellingham, the San Juan Islands or British Columbia-the beautiful Northwest is at your disposal. This newly redesigned campground features long pull thrus (up to 90 feet) as well as tents and Kamping Kabins. Enjoy a game of mini golf, volleyball or basketball, swimming, a hayride and the new Jumping Pillow. Hike the campground trails and make new friends in the family center or at a pancake breakfast or ice cream social.

Reservations: (360) 826-6320 or (888) 562-4236

Dayton / Pomeroy / Blue Mountains KOA
2005 Tucannon Road  Pomeroy, Washington
4 CampedThere Reviews

Our KOA is situated in the beautiful Tucannon Valley on the edge of the Wooten Wildlife area and Umatilla National Forest. As you travel into the valley you will be tracing Lewis & Clark's route through the area. We offer the best in Washington RV camping with our available 70-foot pull-through sites. No RV? No Problem! We have scenic tent camping sites and cozy lodges, too!

The Dayton/Pomeroy KOA is in a gorgeous country setting, only minutes away from 8 stocked lakes and the Tucannon River and hiking trails. Whether you are relaxing in the park watching the deer and wild turkeys or enjoying one of the lakes, you will experience an outdoor adventure. If you need a "city" fix, you'll be close to Dayton & Pomeroy with antiquing, shopping, dining, golf, museums and more available.

Start your day with a pancake breakfast (most weekends) or espresso at our coffee bar. Hike the scenic countryside, enjoy a swim in the river, and finish the day off with an ice cream social, a movie under the stars at our outdoor theater, or both! These great events are held on weekends & holidays in the late spring through summer./p> Come and enjoy the "GREAT" outdoors with us. You'll be glad you did!

Ellensburg KOA
32 S. Thorp Hwy.  Ellensburg, Washington
20 CampedThere Reviews

Set on the Yakima River, this KOA is a great base camp for fishing or rafting. Shuttles for boaters/rafters are available for a fee. You're well-situated for touring the Clymer Museum of Art, searching for the Ellensburg blue agate, enjoying a concert at the Gorge Amphitheatre, hiking the John Wayne Trail, stargazing on Table Mountain or visiting Roslyn, where Northern Exposure was filmed. Central Washington University's campus and Chimposium also are located in town. Visit during Jazz in the Valley last weekend in July and the Ellensburg Rodeo on Labor Day weekend. This KOA features wooded sites, some right on the river. Check into the new cozy two room Kabins (air-conditioned) or settle into a prime spot and relax. Wireless Internet is conveniently located throughout the entire park.

Ilwaco / Long Beach KOA
1509 State Route 101  Ilwaco, Washington
5 CampedThere Reviews

New owner and managers have made many great changes to this campground. There are large campsites, private fire pits, tables, grass, and space! Every RV site has an 70+ foot pull-through. This is a family oriented and pet friendly campground. The store is well stocked and competitively priced with gifts, sundries, beach toys, games, and KOA's exclusive City Brew coffee! Get firewood bundles at a reasonable rate. Store and restrooms are newly renovated, and a large, bright, clean laundry facility is available. Enjoy the cozy, family oriented game room or the large wooded area for volleyball, horseshoes, tether ball, or badminton. Enjoy wide open spaces at our fun, friendly KOA! Great people, great camping! We make vacation great!

Located in southwest Washington State across the Columbia River from Astoria, Oregon, this 37-acre wooded KOA campground has a nearby beach that is protected from the wind, just a short drive away. From the Ilwaco Harbor, go deep-sea fishing in the Pacific Ocean or fish the Columbia River. Visit during the Bluegrass Festival in the spring, the annual Garlic Festival in June or the Booming Bay Fireworks in July. Enjoy the Washington State International Kite Festival every August and the Rod Run in September. Or attend the annual Cranberrian Fair in October. The area has an airport, two lighthouses, National Coast Guard training station and a state park with views of the Pacific Ocean and the Columbia River. From Astoria: Cross the bridge to Ilwaco.

Leavenworth / Pine Village KOA
11401 Riverbend Drive  Leavenworth, Washington
47 CampedThere Reviews

Welcome to Pine Village KOA, set at the foot of the Cascade Mountains amid 30 acres of pine trees, wildflowers and grassy meadows. This is a place for recreation and relaxation. The Wenatchee River curves 770 feet alongside the campground, where guests may take advantage of its sandy beach. Just enjoy the beach or rent one of our inner tubes for a nice afternoon float. In the evenings, enjoy a movie at the social event area alongside the river. A playground, 81° heated pool, hot tub, bike rentals, tie-dye and hayrides delight children.We offer everything from tent and RV sites, to one or two-room Kamping Kabins, and for a little more luxury, try our Kottages and Lodges. The pavilion area, with propane barbecues, is ideal for rallies and reunions. Also, check out Kamp K9 for pets. Free firewood and Wi-Fi are available. Families enjoy the Espresso Cabin, where ice cream, smoothies, pizza and coffee are served. Breakfast is available May-October for a minimal fee. Take the free shuttle to Leavenworth's Bavarian Village for easy shopping and dining. Leavenworth hosts many festivals and cultural events.

Leavenworth has something for everyone. Come visit us in our 31st year in business.

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Longview North / Mount St Helens KOA
167 Schaffran Rd  Castle Rock, Washington
13 CampedThere Reviews

The new Longview/North Mt St Helens KOA is the gateway to all attractions at the active Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument,  Visitor Centers, numerous lakes, hiking trails, and view points which are located along Spirit Lake Highway. While staying here enjoy the awesome view of the Cowlitz River Valley from your own hillside terraced camping site.  Also, take pleasure in our spectacular sunsets setting behind the Willapa Hills to the west and our quiet park setting background surrounded by natural growth Cedar and Douglas fir trees.   This peaceful country campground is conveniently located.  Many campers use this site as a base camp to explore the numerous attractions in this beautiful area of the Pacific Northwest.  Come to our campground and make memories to last a lifetime.

Lynden / Bellingham KOA
8717 Line Road  Lynden, Washington
17 CampedThere Reviews

The breathtaking scenery of Washington and Canada surrounds you here, from the San Juan Islands to the drama of 10,778-foot Mount Baker. Lynden's windmill and Pioneer Museum reflect the area's Dutch heritage. The historic waterfront town of Bellingham offers everything from acclaimed restaurants to Victorian mansions. There's also plenty of waterfront at the campground, including three fishing ponds graced with weeping willow trees. Campers celebrate with fun events like Mardi Gras in August, a Labor Day '70s street dance and a Victoria Day men's beauty contest. The campground's birthday demands its own three-day party in August. With a setting and celebrations like that, no wonder this KOA has been featured in Trailer Life magazine and Go RV'ing ads.

Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA
1002 McGowen Road  Newport, Washington
7 CampedThere Reviews

The park is just a short drive from the many attractions in Spokane and nearby North Idaho including fine dining, museums, golf, mine and winery tours. Coeur d' Alene is the "tourist capital" of Idaho showcasing many festivals, water sports and of course, Silverwood Theme and Water Park.

With Little Diamond's warm summer weather, lounge by the pool and spa or try fishing or a paddle boat ride on the lake. The resort offers a spacious family center, great hiking, biking, frisbee golf and a driving range. Kids will enjoy summer weekend activities including crafts and bonfires with s'mores. The park offers the best in RV camping with 70' pull thru sites. Many pea gravel pad tent sites are available and there are several modern rental accommodations. There are a limited number of sewer sites available. The Newport KOA can host your next family reunion, wedding or special occasion event at the Granite Lodge.

Pasco / Tri-Cities KOA
8801 St. Thomas Drive  Pasco, Washington
5 CampedThere Reviews

The summer light lasts longer and the winter nights are milder in Pasco, Washington. The confluence of the mighty Snake, Yakima and Columbia Rivers creates a natural environment that demands exploration and provides recreation for boaters and fishermen. Located in a high desert region, the Pasco KOA is centrally located in the Tri-Cities region so campers can easily move from event to attraction. The area has ten nearby golf courses for the beginner to the pro. For a bit of history, look through the eyes of Lewis and Clark's Shoshone guide as you tour her namesake interpretive center and meander through a traditional Wanapum village at Sacajawea State Park. Discover why Washington calls itself the "New World" wine region by touring the many vineyards in the Yakima and Walla Walla Valleys. Visit Kennewick's Columbia Park known for its festivals and hydroplane races. At the end of yet another fulfilling day, relax at the Pasco KOA-your Tri-Cities home base.

Port Angeles / Sequim KOA
80 O'Brien Road  Port Angeles, Washington
22 CampedThere Reviews

The Olympic peninsula and Olympic National Park are among the most spectacular destinations in Washington, and Port Angeles/Sequim KOA is the perfect vantage from which to enjoy them. Explore forests, glaciers, hot springs, lakes, waterfalls and the Olympic Mountain Range-whose majestic peaks are visible from every part of the Port Angeles / Sequim KOA. The quaint town of Sequim is a must see with the vast Lavender Farms that have put this town on the map as the "Lavender Capital of the Country" Or maybe you dare to Venture into Vampire Territory, the place where it all took place in the Twilight Saga Novels by Stephanie Meyers.

Just across the water is our neighboring country of Canada where the beautiful city of Victoria awaits those who have passports. The Port Angeles/Sequim KOA is a destination unto itself, with loads of fun-filled activities during July and August. Campers from all over the world have labeled this to be "One of the most beautiful destinations to ever be seen." So don't hurry through. We invite you to take your time, and step out into the Beautiful Northwest, and be blessed. We thank you for checking out all policies before making reservations.


Seattle / Tacoma KOA
5801 South 212th Street  Kent, Washington
37 CampedThere Reviews

Camp just minutes from downtown Seattle at the Seattle/Tacoma KOA. Sign on with a guided tour from the campground to enjoy the extraordinary array of Seattle sights and flavors, including Pike's Place Market, Puget Sound, the Space Needle and the Seattle Seahawks' home at Qwest Field. Wake up to a hot breakfast served up at the campground, then jog or bike along KOA's paved route that connects with Seattle's extensive bike and trail system.  Public transportation stops are also located nearby to make it easy to hop a bus and see the sights on your own. Bring binoculars to bird-watch at the bird sanctuary next door. The campground offers plenty to keep you busy: a heated pool, fun-bike rentals and summer activities. Whether you want to go to Seattle, Mount Rainier or just hang out at the Seattle/Tacoma KOA, there's something for everyone!

Spokane KOA
North 3025 Barker Road  Spokane Valley, Washington
15 CampedThere Reviews

With so many beautiful lakes, parks and mountains to explore, it's easy to forget the shopping and fine dining of the big city are just minutes away. Take a gondola ride over the Spokane Falls at the site of the 1974 World's Fair. Enjoy a round of golf at a nearby course, tour one of the region's fine wineries, visit a museum or gallery or play at the local casino. For a thrilling adventure, spend the day at Silverwood Theme Park or feed a tiger at Cat Tales Zoological Park. Go hiking or biking on the 37-mile Spokane River Centennial Trail, located within walking distance of the campground. At the Spokane KOA, take a swim in the pool, have some fun on the sports court, rent a turbo bike and indulge at the ice cream social.

Starbuck / Lyons Ferry Marina KOA
102 Lyons Ferry Road  Starbuck, Washington
7 CampedThere Reviews

Outdoor lovers & history buffs will love this KOA! Lewis and Clark explored our area in 1805 on their way down the Snake River, but Native Americans lived at the confluence on the Snake, Palouse, and Tucannon rivers for thousands of years before that. Our campground and marina are located at the historic Lyons Ferry crossing. The Ferry crossing was used from the mid 1800's until the 1960's as a major route along the Mullen Trail, a route supply military forts in the West. Nearby, see Joso Rail Road Bridge (almost ¾ of a mile long). Visit Palouse Falls and view the splendor of the 200-foot waterfall. Hike the canyons of the Palouse or fish along the river. Nearby towns of Starbuck, Dayton and Pomeroy let you slow down and enjoy what small town America is all about. Family owned shops, restaurants and more await.

Don't forget your boat! The marina has 84 boat slips, surrounded by impressive views and rock formations. Enjoy more than 5,000 feet of river frontage and fish for bass, salmon, steelhead, walleye, pikeminnow and catfish. Check out the nearby (2 min. by car) Corp of Engineers river front day-use area with hiking trails and picnicking. Stock up on groceries, snacks and gifts in our fully stocked Kampstore or grab a great meal in our restaurant. The Snake River Grill is a great family restaurant with homemade specials, deserts, espresso & more! The dogs will love our large doggie play park! Come, stay & play!

Tall Chief RV Resort
29290 S.E. 8th Street  Fall City, Washington
0 CampedThere Reviews

Winthrop / N. Cascades National Park KOA
1114 SR Highway 20  Winthrop, Washington
8 CampedThere Reviews

This Old West mining town, set on the Methow River, features boardwalks through downtown. Many welcoming restaurants, galleries, museums and shops are set up in the early Western and mining tradition. Explore the surrounding mountains and forest on miles of hiking trails or by horseback, mountain bike, kayak or hot-air balloon! The staff makes it easy to explore with a daily complimentary shuttle to town and information on expert guide services. You may be hard-pressed to leave this campground along the river, featuring lots of trees, grassy sites, Kamping Kabins and its Western style playground to please the young cowpokes. You'll also enjoy the heated pool and free Wi-Fi. It's the Old West, 21st-century style!

Acres Mobile Estates
13401 NE 28th St # 16  Vancouver, Washington
0 CampedThere Reviews

Al's Rv Park
521 N Lees Creek Rd  Port Angeles, Washington
0 CampedThere Reviews

Alderwood Rv & Boat Storage
14007 N Newport Hwy  Mead, Washington
0 CampedThere Reviews

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