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.
- Groceries / Ice Onsite
- Near Fishing / Hunting
- Cabin / Cottage Rentals
- Pull Through
- Laundry Facilities
- 50 Amp Hookups
- TV Cable Hookup
Phenomenal RV resort
One of the best KOAs to date, parking spaces are tight but other amenities make this park the one to visit. Lots for kids, close to town, Wi-Fi is outstanding, nice shade for the spaces, close to town, just across the street from a state park….highly recommend!
We stayed in the tent village and was a good amount of space for my husband myself, 5 year old and large dog. The boarder was great the kiddo respected the boundaries. The cover was great our tent fit under and we used the countertop to cook on. There is storage under either which was a nice surprise we had a padlock to leave things more secured. Everything was great until we got the neighbors from hell. But we didn’t let it ruin our time. We actually extended a day so the kiddo could enjoy all the weekend activities at the park. She used the indoor pool, game room, mining, mini golf, bounce pillow, multiple playgrounds, they had a monsters inc movie night, a dance party train/quad pulled kids around. She got to stuff her own unicorn, tie dye items. She had a blast alot of stuff was free some of the activities did cost. But we had alot of fun. Such a great way to start the summer camping season. Bathrooms were clean. It was nice to be able to communicate with the koa with text message. Our neighbors were very loud and obnoxious at night there dogs got loose it was disappointing nobody seemed to be around to quiet them down. But would very much like to stay here again. And would recommend.
Great for families!
This is a nice Koa, for families! They have a tie dye station, they had games and basketball court, mini golf. A jump pad, they had a “train” ride which is like the caterpillar going taking kids on a ride through the park. They have giant chess. They are across the access to bike riding and hiking in Fort Stevens. I liked that they had spots for tents. RVs, and cabins! Oh I saw a dog park too! Indoor and outdoor swimming pool, out door is certain times of the year.
These are all Cute little towns. Astoria being the cutest of course. Turn of the century architecture a bunch of large bridges and way too many taverns. I was there on a Friday night and it seemed pretty hoppin downtown. I've only been here a couple times but, I guess it's worth the drive
STAY AWAY FROM THIS KOA!
I would give this campground a ZERO if I could! This is one of the most expensive KOA's we ever stayed in and yet their internet access is limited and slow, if you have a site with tv access you only get a fuzzy 4-6 channels. Most of their sites are decent except the back row where the sites are small, and the road is too narrow to drive in and out and it's hard to park a trailer without asking people to move their trucks. Depending on who is working the desk, but there some that are terribly rude people. They don't like to be bothered with questions or concerns even though their website invites feedback! We have camped in many, many KOA's all over the country and this by far is the worst one and we will NEVER go there again.