Seattle / Tacoma KOA Journey

Camp along the Green River just minutes from downtown Seattle!

Camp just minutes from downtown Seattle at the Seattle/Tacoma KOA. Sign on with a guided tour from the campground to enjoy the extraordinary array of Seattle sights and flavors, including Pike's Place Market, Puget Sound, the Space Needle and the Seattle Seahawks' home at CenturyLink Field. Wake up to a hot breakfast served up at the campground, then jog or bike along KOA's paved route that connects with Seattle's extensive bike and trail system. Public transportation stops are also located nearby to make it easy to hop a bus and see the sights on your own. Bring binoculars to bird-watch at the bird sanctuary next door. The campground offers plenty to keep you busy: a heated pool, fun-bike rentals and summer activities. Whether you want to go to Seattle, Mount Rainier or just hang out at the Seattle/Tacoma KOA, there's something for everyone!  Your Host:  Karen Rosier & Recreational Adventures Co.

User Reviews

P E

October 30, 2021

Closed forever It's a great campground. It is centrally located, good staff, great guests, grounds are well maintained. Many of these reviews cancel each other out. One person complains they can't drive over the grass the next complains about the mud caused by the person driving on the grass. One person complains because their rv is too old the other complains because they think other person's rv looks "like a homeless person's". Then you get the people who are obviously bending the truth and presenting only one side of a story because they don't like following rules or they are trying to get away with paying a lower price or get something for free.

Krista Blaisdell

July 29, 2021

We stayed here for 2 weekends in July. Even though they were completely full and super busy, Karen, the manager, still found room for us. We were right next to the office so interacted with many of the staff members. Everyone was super accommodating, helpful, and nice. The vibe at this KOA is friendly and fun. There was an outside movie every night which our daughter really enjoyed. If we are ever in Seattle with our camper again, we will definitely be back! Thank you for a great stay!

Yahel Ferrians

July 12, 2021

We read the poor reviews and were not expecting much, but we were really pleasantly surprised. To all those people out there leaving nasty comments, for your information, KOA is an economy family campground. You get what you pay for. And in this case, so much more. Nightly outdoor movies, 25¢ popcorn, $5 kids bike rentals, and endless gorgeous, perfectly manicured gardens. Yes, you’ll be packed in like sardines. Yes it’s on a busy loud street. That is exactly what to expect from a campground in the city, or a KOA. KOA is not a national park. Nor is it a $150 per night hotel. It’s a great deal, particularly for families with children. Your kids will be endlessly entertained, with a playground, pool, Bounce House, life-size chessboard, sand toys, trikes, four wheelers, movies, popcorn, the list goes on and on. Also be forewarned, not every site is a full hook-up for campers. Some sites have electric and water but not sewer hook-up, although they do have a dumpsite at the campground. Some sites do have full hook-up, some are 30 amp, and some are 50 amp. Bring a converter. The whole campground has a feel of being in another country. It reminds me of European campgrounds, particularly in Greece. Yes there are full-time residence; construction workers, and employees of the Amazon warehouse across the street. There are also tents in the courtyard. For anyone who has camped abroad, this will be nostalgic lovely memories. The gardens are particularly mind blowing. Obviously a labor of love. If any of this is a turn off for you, please, by all means, go stay at a hotel.

David Kaga

September 10, 2021

PLEASE NOTE: THIS PARK WILL BE PERMANENTLY CLOSING ON 10/31/2021 - Too bad... It appears that the land is more valuable as a warehouse and parking lot than a family friendly campground It's a good enough place for a few nights to do business in the Kent area. Staff is super friendly, some of the spots are a bit run down and no longer level, but I certainly understand that they don't want to put any more money into the place for 6 more weeks...

Dan

August 20, 2021

Let me make this perfectly clear, you don't wanna go here.. The list of reasons why not is extremely lengthy and if you really want to know the answer of what they are try and spend a night here and you'll be telling people the same thing I'm telling you, you don't want to go here. Small spaces and I really mean small. Holes in the road that haven't been fixed for a year. Next to a main road which starts getting noisy around 5:30AM. This place is selling so they are letting it fall apart, because they have their money coming already. Ya , "Go KOA"