This is a gravel lot, all back in. The driveway is wide and the area quiet. That is the end of the nice things to say. There is no sewer. They only take cash. And there is an astounding fee of $40 to dump, even when you stay. I have never seen such a fee before and will never stay here again. Only 30 amp service.
This KOA is very nice, and I am usually not a KOA fan. The camp host was very nice and helpful. They have 10+ sites that are pull through, and very wide for slides and awning. Plenty of room for my 40' MH and 3/4 ton Chevy Crew Cab Tow Vehicle. There are trees on either side, and it was a bit difficult getting into my spot. Once I was in, I went to the front desk and asked if they could trim the trees. They did it right away, and did a great job. All of the trimming that needed to be done was new growth, and the host apologized profusely that he hadn't done it already. He said it was hard to know what to cut without a vehicle there, which I agreed with. This is only 30 amp service, and their 20amp has GFI so cheater boxes will not work. The camp is very clean, the Wi-Fi works well and is free. AT&T works very good with 3G service. The kids playground is new, and maintained well. There is a Kamp Kitchen, and a splash station in addition to the pool. Overall a great park, I would highly recommend this one.
I am always scared of KOA's, because it's like a box of chocolates..you never know what you will get. We made the reservation based on the website, and arrived late, after closing. The entrance is not well marked as to which way to enter, so we stayed to the right. This caused a problem, because at the top there is a tree to turn around, which had low overhangs, and required backing up and going forward. Since I tow a truck behind me, we had to detach, and take 5 minutes just to turn around. Had we gone up the middle, this would not have been such a big deal. The sites are very tight, and although they say they accommodate big rig, I question it. We did fit, but the site was not level for a big rig, but rather for a 24-30 footer, which is mostly what was in here (aka: Rental RV's). I had to use 3 sets of orange blocks to get my rig level enough to extend the jacks without raising the wheels off the ground. Whats worse, there is no room for a tow vehicle, and the other rigs like mine where parking their TV's on the road, making it even tighter. I took the kids to the game room, and discovered that all of the games are broken, and not working properly. The driving games don't turn, and shooting games aim is off. The owner's obviously know about it, as they have signs on every game "NO REFUNDS". The playground is dangerous to get to, as it is down a steep slope, and a rutted dirt path. For the price of this KOA, it should be better maintained, about the only thing I saw any caretaker doing was getting after someone for parking in front of the office, because that is where his golf cart need to be parked. This person was trying to check in, but decided better of it. The Wi-Fi costs $6.00 per day, and is marginal at best. I would not recommend staying here.
This is the best looking campground in the Klamath area. We looked all around at the other parks, and this one stood out like a diamond in the rough. Very well maintained, friendly staff, and nice large spaces. They have 100 pull through spaces, and all of them are capable of big rig. Upon arrival, the park host took me in the golf cart to select a site, and let me know that they try to keep 1 space open on either side when they are not busy. We were under trees, and they were well cut, leaving plenty of room for awning and slides. The internet worked very well, which was good, since our AT&T wireless did not work at all in this area. The only place for cell service was 20 miles north or 15 miles south. The river was a 400 ft walk, and while there we saw a Gray Whale and calf. We got lots of great pictures, this made the kids very happy just seeing that. Later that night a black bear came out of the woods to the fish station and poked around for trimmings. After the bear left, a wild cat (not sure what kind) came up and got the left overs, very cool! I forgot to mention the Pizza, when you arrive you will be "informed" about the home made pizza, and how great it is, etc. The information ends with the question "how many do you want?" Kind of funny, but I refused it on the spot, not liking the sales pitch approach upon arrival. I was mistaken, as we ordered the second night, and I would have ordered both nights if I knew how good it was, truly very good pizza, and they deliver to your door! I would stay again.
The access to this park is horrible for a big rig. I am rating this poor because after talking with the owner, and telling him what we were looking for, he said he had plenty of room. Upon arrival it looked like Sanford and Sons Lot, with old vehicles, mobile homes, and junk spread around where "campsites" where. There is camping in the trees, but they did not look like anything well thought out, or easy to navigate with my rig, or for that matter anything over 24 ft. We did not stay, and moved on
The park host was very nice, and waited for us to arrive after their closing time. The park is a gravel lot, with small trees. Easy to navigate, and easy for big rigs. The Wi-Fi was poor, and very slow. It did work, but not very well. I would stay here again when visiting the area.
The park is situated in trees, with very high-cut branches, so there is no risk of damage to your MH. The roads are tight, and parking for a big rig plus tow vehicle is cramped, but I have a 40' MH and a 3/4 Ton Crew Cab Pickup as my Tow Vehicle, so most places are cramped. The park is very picky about the campsites, and will not allow anything on the ground except for a welcome mat. This is on the same property as the amusement park, and the noise during park hours is almost not tolerable, but we were in the park, so it didn't bother us. After hours it was very quiet, and relaxing. Although it only has 30 amp service, each box has 2 30's, so if you have a cheater box, it works well to give you 50 amp. Great news for us, since we wanted to use our Washer/Dryer and keep the AC running! I would stay here again.
The location of Belfair is great for visiting the Seattle area. The park itself is a wonderful park, and is well maintained. Very laid back, and I was impressed to see the volunteer workers cleaning campsites as soon as a camper left, prior to new arrivals. They do enforce the no check in before 2:30p, which was not a big deal. We are in a 40' MH /c 3 slides, and the spaces are limited for a rig our size, but there are several to choose from. If you don't need services, there are great sites without hookups that would easily fit our rig. The ferry terminal was a 30 minute drive, and we got to Seattle in 1 hr, shopped, and got back without any traffic hassle. Don't attempt to take your MH to the ferry terminal, parking is very limited. We left ours after checkout in the day use area and went on the ferry for the day.
Very friendly staff. Newly installed Wi-Fi. We arrived late, 2am, and paid the next morning. They also have an "honor system" payment available for those leaving before the office is open. Roads are easy to navigate. Water pressure was good. Would stay here again.
Trees were cut back nicely which allowed the motor home to get in easily. It was not a pull thru site, but there was plenty of room. It was easy in and out with big rigs. Sewer sites are only for the camp hosts, so these cannot be reserved.