Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $68.00
At first reading all the other reviews we almost didn't bother with this place but I had a work meeting so we had to stay here. Worried, we drove to the park but once there we realized that it is just fine. The office people were fine, the park looks fine, the driveways are ok, not the widest we have seen but we have a 41 ft motorhome and had not problem. We got site 153 (back in) and had at least 8-10 feet between our slides to our neighbors beside. Not sure what with the other reviews??
$60 plus tax is steep so we will not stay here again.
There is some road noise but not major problem. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
Filthy. Sewer smelled surround our site. Neighbors had to take awing down so we could park. Other vehicles had to move so RV's and trailers could get in and out of the sites. Poorly maintained. Embarrassed to have visitors. Never stay here, and will share this info with all our friends in the RV clubs. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
If you must stay close to Seattle, this is the only game in town. Really tight, could hardly get my slide out,and was blocked in buy a huge 5th wheel. I had to back out. Office person on duty had a line and the manager could see the line and just sat in her office.
If this is a coporate park you would think that they would put more pride in the park. As a VIP KOA member, this is the worst! We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
Seattle / Tacoma KOA was the last RV park we stayed in on our way home from a 14-month-long road trip around the U.S. that included 118 campground stays. I would rate it in the bottom 10 of all the places we camped. It's the most overpriced, overcrowded, under-staffed, dirty and poorly maintained KOA campground we stayed in for sure. There's barely enough room between spaces for a picnic table. Not enough room to put out the awning. And parking for tow vehicles is so minimal that everyone sticks out into the lanes, making for very tight maneuvering. Entry to the campground was often blocked because there are inadequate check-in lanes-making it a hassle to get to our campsite. WiFi was very poor. Cable TV was the bare minimum of stations. Staff was friendly enough but stretched thin by the number of people trying to check in.
Last, but not least, the $57 per night charge for this dump is outrageous! We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Absolutely the worst rv park I've ever been in. Dirty, crowded, tiny sites, on top of your neighbor. Roads made for cars not rvs, parking is awful. Sites are too small to keep your towed vehicle by you, terrible location in a residential area with nothing Seattle even remotely close by. I can't believe KOA has thier name on this place. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
At check in you are told you have to disconnect your tow vehicle before driving to your site "because the roads and sites are very tight." Boy, they were not kidding. Very hard to get to or into my full hookup pull through in a 37 foot motorhome. No room to open slide or awning. Nearby perm doing loud carpentry work on his rig with hammering and power tools until 11:30pm. Lots of traffic noise. Extra charge for dog not disclosed at reservation time. Common areas like pool, laundry, kids playground attractive and well maintained. Left after only one night. Would not stay again. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
This is a large and busy KOA in a convenient location to Seattle area. It's three miles off Highway 5, so no highway noise. The spaces are close together and most of the sites are level. The laundry has lots of machines. The pool was small and very busy. Nice staff and large store. My Verizon Wi-Fi worked great and their TV was sufficient but would have liked more channels. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Worst RV park ever!! Took forever to check in. Long line with only one person working that knew nothing about what they were doing. Very crowded sites. Could hardly get RV in site it is so tight. Very dusty!! Jalopies parked all over place that look like they have been dragged in from a junk yard. Electricity went off both nights we stayed. Had to use generator. Would not refund any of the charge for a full hookup. Advertise cable TV but does not have it. Never answers phone. Has option for maintenance manager but told they don't have one. Drunks and parties everywhere. Police were called out to get rid of some people. Owners/managers very rude and unhelpful. Inconvenient location. Do not stay here. Go to Walmart and sweat it out!!! You will be happier and more comfortable!!!! We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $38.00
I would describe this park as "average". It was convenient to where I was going but there was nothing special about it. Road noise was pretty bad, even late at night. The only real reason to stay here is it's as close to downtown Seattle as you can get. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $58.00
I stayed here with a large group for a 49ers/seahawks game. The staff was great as they put us next to another diehard 49er fan and we had a great time hanging out with them. It's too bad we had to stare into a dirty field/street/chain link fence. So the biggest knock is the grounds were not pristine. The bathrooms were clean, however. We had to back in to the spot, which was a little tight to get into but not a problem for our expert driver. The grounds were gravel, from what I remember. Not a great value but not the most terrible stay. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $29.00
Location, location, location. A little tight, but the location trumps all. Very nice people, well kept grounds. We have stayed there several times in the past 12 months. They have weekly and monthly rates. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $58.00
Extremely tight roads, sites & turns. Sites extremely short for a so-called modern RV park. A large RV will probably have to back out of their "pull thru" site. Only about a 1/3 of the sites have cable and only 3 or 4 with 50 amp service have it. Greed drives this park as the prices are high, the service is low, and there are tents pitched all over the place including the lawn. If we had to return to Seattle again, we would probably grudgingly end up here as there are few other close-in choices. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
Sites are very tight as expected. Quiet time is said to be 10PM but we are parked near the playground and there was no oversight as kids were screaming until 3am. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.
This park needs to really be torn down and start all over. The so called deluxe sites are not what I would call great. They are not that easy to get into and some have depressions that fill with water and dirt. The interior roads have holes. The cable for television is lousy. Channels have hums in the audio so you can not watch them. At the time we stayed some the staff was right outside our rig doing work and using foul language. For the price this park should be perfect in all aspects. Contacted KOA head quarters and didn't really receive any satisfaction. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $59.00
Very expensive for what you get. Sites are small, we have a 34' 5th wheel and barely fit, we had to park our truck in another spot. It was a pull through site, but we backed out because it was so tight. There were larger sites in the back but there was no cable for them, but it turns out that cable meant only a dozen channels so we should have moved. Next time I'll keep driving. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Fifth Wheel.