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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.Undo
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.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $55.00
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.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $65.00
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.Undo
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.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $58.00
This is an urban campground, not a destination park. Sites are tight, roads are narrow, corners are tight -- be very careful lest you skim an overhanging eave or tree (like we did, darn it). Restrooms are cleaned daily, but people do track in bits of grass and dirt. Showers nearest the office are in the restrooms and have curtains, a hard rubber mat in the stalls, and a somewhat slippery floor, but hot water was plentiful. Showers near the community room are individual, lockable, and ceramic tiled, but usually had grass and dirt after the morning rush. There is road noise. Cable is available on one side but not (mostly) on the other. There are shade trees and landscaping, and staff is very helpful and friendly. Most sites are pull-through although you likely will need to unhitch. Some back-in sites near the entrance are larger and blacktopped. We were on a gravel site, but it was level. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $65.00
Our first impression was poor. The gal at the counter was extremely unwelcoming, so much so we almost turned around and left. This was a very old park with very small spaces especially for a 40 foot motorhome. We were told our pull thru space was 54 feet long. Our 40 foot motorhome barely fit. Very small area for parking a tow car. The cable TV was so snowy, it was not worth watching. We had to use our personal hot spot for the internet to work. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $55.00
This campground is very overpriced for the location and amenities. Fifty to fifty five/night for a 30 amp with no cable. The dog park is unsanitary and smells so strongly of urine we would not take our dog there. The sites are very cramped. The main reason I will never stay at this park again is the extremely rude staff at the front desk. We noticed a mistake in our bill and had to move sites because we couldn't get DISH reception and we were treated so poorly when we went into the office to make the changes, we ended up canceling most of our stay and left early. Stay at the local state parks nearby and save a lot of money and hassle. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $61.00
The best thing about this park is it's location. It's right off the 5 freeway about 20 minutes from Seattle. It is very kid and pet friendly. That being said, it has some major problems. The spaces are too close together. The "Deluxe Patio sites" don't have a patio. It is a blacktop pad that connects in the back of the space to the space next to you, which makes a little BBQ area. There is about 10 feet between the RV's in the deluxe sites. The water hookup is in the middle of the next persons outdoor area. The electric and sewer are where they're suppose to be, but the water is all the way over to the next person's area, so much so that you step on it when you come out your door. We seriously questioned whether the utilities installer was drunk when they installed them. No two sights have the utilities in the exact same position; some are worse. The place is way overpriced for what you get. Charging $1.50 per pet, per day is ridiculous. The interior roads are too small. There were 3 accidents that we know of, while we were here. There is no room to park a car, if it does not fit on the space. The office car spaces are always full. People's cars hang over into the narrow streets as the sites are too short and placed too closely together. With the cars hanging into the narrow streets and RV's trying to get by, accidents happen easily. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $50.00
Most sites are narrow and close to one another. Some shaded, some not. Limited sites have 50 amp or cable, but the over the air stations are numerous. Close to a bike path and river. Not far from Seattle. Would consider staying again if in the area. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $50.00
WiFi connection is great in certain sections of the park. 45 minutes from downtown Seattle, but buses run every half hour in front of the KOA. Clean bathrooms, and a great pool. Great place for kids. Your average KOA, but definitely catered towards the kids! We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $61.00
Sites are too close, WI-FI really bad, cable has humming sound on one third of stations, large hole at entrance, wood chips and dirt at site and tight turns. Not Big Rig friendly. Roads are paved and site is paved with small patio, the rest of the site is a combo of gravel, dirt and mostly small wood chips. This is a mess when it rains and it rains here a lot. Way overpriced for what you get. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $47.00
$46.51 was the Military Discount, with tax it came to $52.09, wasn't worth it. In the Seattle area you are very limited where you can stay with an RV. That being said this Park is very outdated. Most sites are blacktop and around 39 foot long. We had a 35 foot 5th wheel so there was no place to park our truck. Had to park it up at the office. Only wanted to stay 3 nights but since the 3rd night was a Friday I decided to stay another night because this campground was completely filled up and if I tried to hook up there would only be about 2 feet between the end of my truck and the RV in front of me. Too hard to maneuver. My plan backfired because I expected the campground to empty out Sunday morning but it didn't. Luckily the RV in front of me pulled out and I just followed him out of the park. One must be very careful that you don't hit another vehicle in this park. Restrooms very clean, our site didn't have cable and wifi was slow. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $51.00
Tent campers beware! Noisy near busy road with large trucks day and night! Packed in like sardines. High priced with few real amenities for RVers. Saw damaged vehicles because of tight spaces and roads not completely big rig ideal. Probably will not return unless as last resort! We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $60.00
This is a family/kid friendly park with lots of kid activities (some activities with fees). This campground was established in the years when pop-up campers and small campers without slides were popular. The sites and roadways are super tight and there are few 50 amps hookups. Not all sites have cable. The restrooms/showers were overused when we were there and needed some serious maintenance repairs. There are only a few spots to adequately park big rigs. The staff was very friendly and helpful. If you have kids and want to make them happy, they will love it here. You can go into Seattle downtown via a bus/light rail trip if you prefer not to drive and the bus stop is right at the KOA. We camped at Seattle / Tacoma KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
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