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Was surprised that this campground was listed as a KOA. The only campground in the area with availability which is understandable. There was nothing but a field with no privacy and bathrooms that were clean. The camp hosts were very friendly which made our stay...More
We stayed here for 5 nights while my husband and friends were salmon fishing. Good location as it is close to Ilwaco, Chinook and Long Beach. We were in a full hook up spot, and while it did not provide much privacy, it was fine....More
We stayed for 4 nights in August. Nice grassy but not many trees on the RV full hook up side. Only about 5 spots had level gravel pads. The rest were uneven grassy.
It has 3 showers in bathroom. Clean but old. Laundry. Cute cabins...More
While this KOA site is large, clean and conveniently located next to the 101, it feels like staying in a field. All amenities are there, but the location isn't the greatest and the site doesn't feel cozy for a longer stay. I was travelling in...More
Nice large campground with few amenities. We came for the beach though so amenities weren't as important this trip. Little pricey for the off season (not fishing season) and campground was only about 10% booked and most were tent campers. Nice staff and clean grounds....More
Situated on a thin sliver of land between the wide-open Pacific and the protected waters of Willapa Bay, this is just the place to enjoy beaches, the boardwalk, the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, lighthouses, fresh seafood and charter fishing in the ocean or the Columbia River. The Washington State International Kite Festival is held just two miles away in Long Beach every August, and there's a Rod Run in September on the peninsula.
KOA's rustic campground offers quiet nights and campfires under the stars. It's a place where families, groups, clubs and reunions can gather, for plenty of fun on land and sea.