From exploring the winter home of the Lewis & Clark Expedition and Fort Clatsop to experiencing the beautiful ocean, hiking trails, outdoor crab festivals, and the vibrant personality of the local communities, camping at this Oregon KOA Campground will be a memorable vacation for the entire family, as well as a relaxing coastal retreat for those escaping the hustle and bustle of nearby cities. Open year round, Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA caters to both locals and vacationers alike.
- Pull Through
- Near Fishing / Hunting
- Groceries / Ice Onsite
- Laundry Facilities
- 50 Amp Hookups
- High-speed Internet Access
- TV Cable Hookup
- Cabin / Cottage Rentals
Great family campground
Excellent place to camp with the kids. Lots of fun amenities and very friendly staff. The place is well kept and very clean. The Halloween festivities are a lot of fun. If you're there between April and October make sure to get some Gray's Comfort Q. One of the best brisket sandwiches I've ever had. Very tasty.
Drove our RV (trailer) down to Astoria (Warrenton) and was not given the opportunity to camp next to our friends. Horrible site that was not anywhere near level. The sewer dump was so far from our camper that I thought I would have to buy an extension. Not worth the cost at all.
Even though say they work with groups, I found this to be untrue. Jamee is extremely rude, condescending, insulting and not at all helpful. She lacks decorum and people skills. We tried for several months to coordinate a large family reunion with Jamee and unfortunately were unable to do so. After many emails when the time came that we could book she was unwilling to reach out via email to let us know we could proceed. Wasn't asking for anything special just a little courtesy. On the plus side we found another camp ground willing to work our large group. And the group coordinator is awesome, maybe she can give Jamee some schooling!?
My family and I stayed in a rustic cabin for a week. The cabin was located near the play area which was awesome for the kids. The cabin and the grounds were clean and inviting, we had a great time and it's definitely worth it. There is 2 pools, indoor and outdoor activities, lots of washrooms, laundry....really everything you need is there. The store and the paid activities are fairly pricey which is the only reason I gave 4 stars and not 5. Worth going for sure!
Best way to camp
Had a great time at the KOA campground. We stayed in a deluxe studio cabin. Was very pleased with the facility. Lots of storage space. There was a wheelchair ramp at our cabin which was so helpful. Also, a BBQ area with table and chairs. The others we were with had motorcoachs. We had a group of 35. The children had lots to do.