Leavenworth / Pine Village KOA Holiday

Enjoy Luxurious Camping in Leavenworth, Washington!

Camp in Leavenworth, Washington, for a truly unique experience. Relax with mountain and river views by the cascades or explore a Bavarian Alpine-style village for a travel-abroad experience without leaving the United States. Ski the mountain slopes, take an exhilarating whitewater rafting adventure or relax around a fire at your comfortable campsite. Kampgrounds of America offers a fun and relaxing getaway in Leavenworth's peaceful mountains away from the bustling city.

Escape, Relax and Make Lifelong Memories Along the Wenatchee River
Escape to Leavenworth KOA to enjoy camping with sprawling views of the Cascades and the sounds of the Wenatchee River rushing by in a family-friendly campground in Leavenworth, Washington. Explore an Alpine-style village for a taste of Old-World Bavaria. It is the premier lodging hub in Leavenworth with terraced Deluxe Cabins and big-rig-friendly sites. Enjoy peaceful nights, exciting adventures and family fun.

Ways to Stay
Traditional campers can enjoy Tent Sites, while RV travelers can take advantage of Pull-Thru and Back-In RV Sites with full hookups. 

You can also stay in comfortable Camping Cabins in Leavenworth, Washington, when you stay at KOA. If you enjoy extra amenities while camping, you can stay in a Deluxe Cabin with features like a full bathroom, kitchen or patio.

Make your camping trip easy, fun and carefree with convenient amenities. At the Leavenworth/Pine Village KOA Holiday campground, you can enjoy convenient amenities such as clean campground bathrooms with hot water, laundry facilities, friendly and helpful staff, a KOA store and playgrounds. 

RV travelers can take advantage of our 50 max-amp hookups and RV Sites with a 65-foot maximum length for big rigs. We also offer RV Site escorts, garbage pickup and cable TV at some sites. Campers can purchase firewood and propane when they need it, and the campground provides a pavilion for special gatherings. Campers can also enjoy beautiful mountain and river views for a relaxing camping experience.

When you get hungry, try some delicious coffee, smoothies, ice cream or crepes at the Cascade Cafe, then grab some lunch at the campground snack bar. 

If you are looking for a pet-friendly campground in Leavenworth, Washington, KOA allows dogs at certain campsites. Campers can also let their four-legged companions roam and play at KampK9®, a special dog park where campers can relax while their pups run and make new canine friends. 

Campground Recreation
Take a refreshing dip in the Wenatchee River, splash in the pool or rest and relax in the hot tub and sauna. On certain dates, you can also enjoy planned campground activities

Grab some blankets and chairs for fun outdoor movie nights. Let your creativity shine with fun tie-dye days, pillowcase crafts, rock painting, scrapbooking, coloring and Build-a-Buddy stuffed animal making. Enjoy field sports and inflatable jump houses on special days, or visit during one of our exciting themed weekends.

Local Area Attractions Near Leavenworth 
Explore downtown Leavenworth's unique Bavarian setting for year-round shopping and dining, or stroll downtown streets in the winter to see the town's gorgeous Christmas lights. Peruse through weekly outdoor art exhibits and Bavarian Village shops. Traveling abroad never felt so close. 

Enjoy skiing, mountain biking and hiking at the Stevens Pass Mountain Resort, or enjoy cross country ski trails, ski jumping, downhill skiing and snow tubing at the Leavenworth Winter Sports Club. In the summer, rush down the river on an exhilarating whitewater rafting adventure with Osprey Rafting Company.

Embark on a horseback riding excursion at Eagle Creek Ranch, or soar down the mountain at Leavenworth Ziplines, a zip line park located at the Mountain Springs Lodge. Opt for a more relaxing adventure with a Lake Chelan Boat Tour on the Lady of the Lake.

Book a Stay at Leavenworth/Pine Village KOA Holiday
Enjoy a fun and relaxing camping adventure in Leavenworth's Alpine-style town when you stay at Leavenworth/Pine Village KOA Holiday. Enjoy convenient amenities, fun campground activities and nearby local attractions. Book a stay at KOA with your hosts, Recreational Adventures Co. to begin your camping getaway. Reserve your site online or call 800-562-5709 today!

User Reviews

Jewel Gonzalez

April 29, 2022

Beautiful park with great walking trails, especially down to the river! Cabins and bathrooms are super clean and all the staff are friendly and kind. We loved watching and seeing all the deer, squirrels, birds and the occasional rabbit! Perfect location with close distance to safeway and to the free shuttle, but you can easily walk to downtown as well!

Kelley Vice

April 03, 2022

One of the top RV campgrounds we have visited. Numerous pull-through spaces with 30 and 50 amps, reliable utilities and great amenities. Easy walk to the river and close to downtown.

Amanda O'Luna

May 03, 2021

Stopped by to use the showers, which were very clean and hot. 7$ a shower, and you don't have to be staying with them. The gift shop was neat and looked as though they have lots of community events.

Kristene Heeney

March 23, 2022

Nice campground in a beautiful town. The sites in monthly rental area are pretty tight and tricky to get into if you have a large rig. Not a lot of parking space. This campground is expensive given the inflated cost of the area. Tons of wildlife. We saw turkeys and deer daily, all winter long. If you are a nightly rental they will pick up your trash at your site and provide snow shovels, however if you’re a monthly rental they will not do any of these things, which is unfortunate. Great close location to Safeway and the bus stop for the free bus that takes you through town or into Wenatchee. Short walk down a trail to access the beautiful river that runs by the campground.

Feather E.

April 22, 2022

It's really obvious this is no longer a family owned campground. And so sad. The previous owners were exemplary but now that it's corporate, the heart is gone and the experience is basically at the mercy of whichever employee happens to be available to help - or not. The place is crowded, overpriced and staff seem to not even know the campground. I was initially denied a space because they were unfamiliar with my equipment type and their attitudes sent us packing. You can stay in prettier spots on the side of the road here, why would I pay these money grubbing, largely incompetent corporate coldhearts for a piece of their parking lot??