Convenience store is located on grounds and a nice restaurant, Spiffy's, is located just 1/4 mile away. The draw back here is it floods in the winter months including when I was here. The south half of the rv park goes under water and there are massive standing puddles in most of the sites when it rains, and remember, this is Washington. The site host is friendly and doing what he can to make this a nice campground. But more work is needed to keep it dry. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This has to be the worst KOA we've ever stayed at. The park is full of permanent residents
and is very run down !! We would have moved but it was July 4th weeekend and were stuck. The entry roads and sites are gravel/dirt mix and full of large pot holes. Although we got a 40 footer into our pull thru site, it was very tight - 2-3 feet max between sites. Our levelers sunk 6+ inches due to a "known" water leak under our site. Note: This Kampground claims to offer 50amp service, a pond, and more that doesn't exist - it's all planned future expansion and upgrades. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not easy in or out. Appeared rather seedy look CG. Electrical hookups, at least our site,
are poor. we weren't even able to run l A/C due to low voltage on their 30 amp outlet. It was a tight, limb-scraping turn for our 36-ft MH. Certainly not
room for MH longer. Would never stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All sites are small and narrow. Poor upkeep very noisy next to I5. No TV reception and no cable. It an old KOA. We camped here in a camper.