This is a wonderful campground! We got a lake-front spot and thoroughly enjoyed our two nights here. We have to have Wi-Fi because we home-school and work from our RV. Although you have to pay for the service, it worked flawlessly and met our needs. The employees were professional and courteous. You could not beat the view. The only negative was the tight campspots.
This KOA is what you would expect with four notable issues. First, the bridge connecting this RV park to the nearby Interstate 90 exit is under construction. Thus, you must get off at another exit and wind your way through a big industrial park to even find them. This is not their fault but a fairly annoying issue. Second, the park is close to a major rail junction. I think I counted five *very* loud freight trains which came through about every 90 minutes throughout the night. This was the biggest problem and again, nothing they did wrong but another major strike against this KOA. Third, the swimming pool was so cold in mid August as to be unusable. Either it is not heated or the heater is busted and has not been repaired. Each family I observed would come to the pool, put their feet in, and then leave. Fourth, we have two young kids. This Spokane KOA charged us extra for our 2nd grader. We are newer to camping but I could not believe this. I found this $3 assessment to be the most obnoxious thing about this campground. On the plus side, the camp store was well equipped and the laundry facilities were fairly priced. They showed a movie on a giant blow-up screen which was nice. Our campsite was snug but adequate and being pull-through is nice. The Wi-Fi was so-so. (Advice to the campground mgmt: change channels on your park Wi-Fi to channel 1. My scanner found four other Wi-Fi units all using the same channel as you. That is why your Wi-Fi is not doing well.)