Seattle / Tacoma KOA

(4) Reviews

5801 South 212th Street, Kent, WA, 98032

Seattle / Tacoma KOA is located in Kent, Washington. It features full or partial hookup campsites that are big rig friendly for vehicles of up to 55 feet. Many of them accommodate slide out RVs. The park provides free WiFi and cable TV, is pet-friendly, and has a dump station.


Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include a pavilion, bike rentals, a swimming pool, a snack bar, a bird sanctuary, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.



The campground is near attractions like:

  • The Space Needle
  • Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
  • Pike's Place Market
  • Seattle Seahawks Stadium

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

Propane Refilling Station

Cable Hookups

Fire Pit


50 Amps

30 Amps


Kayaking & Canoeing



5801 South 212th Street, Kent, WA, 98032
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Jody B

Price-gouging may not be illegal in Washington state but it is unethical and its shameful that KOA, a company that promotes family camping would put there name behind such immoral and boarding illegal business practices. Because this is the kind of business KOA condones, I will never visit a KOA again. See other reviews that report the managers charge them more than quoted. I spent 20 minutes on the phone making a reservation for a month long stay so I could help my aunt after she got home from the hospital. I was quoted $850 with a $200 deposit for power. I paid a deposit to secure my reservation and made my trip up from LA. When I arrived the manager on duty proceeded to tell me that monthly rates only run from the 1st to the 1st. My reservation was for Oct 11th to Nov 11th. The manager proceeded to tell me that I would need to pay $65 dollars a night for the remaining days in October and then I could pay the monthly rate on Nov 1st. I tried explaining that I don’t want to live there I am just camping for 30 days and I will not pay more than I was quoted and put a deposit down on. She told me “Your not staying here then” I asked her where should I go after driving all the way from LA and making my reservation several weeks in advance because a lot of parks were filling up. She told me she didn’t care and it wasn’t her problem. I reported these immoral and dishonest business practices to KOA and they told me they don’t care because that park is ran by some affiliate company. Ok, KOA I will make sure every RV’er I meet knows how dishonest KOA is. I also reported these immoral business practices to the Attorney General which is going to investigate the company for price gouging. I hope they shut you down. Run away from this trailer park, do not stay here. Go down the road to the Puyallup Fairgrounds where Amy is more than happy to help you have a pleasant camping experience at a reasonable rate.

B Dev

This place is one giant mud puddle. The laundry room is mediocre and not all that clean. I had to trudge back and forth to do laundry. Ended up buying a pair of rubber boots just for laundry. Also for walking to the car. The spots are so tightly packed, the grounds unkempt, that I almost twisted an ankle wearing heels. There are no lights after dark. The staff are rude and got our reservation mixed up. No apologies which made it worse. A good RV park should have decent slots for parking and hooking up, and take care of the roads. This place has priorities backwards

Norman P

5.0 star rating I have stayed at a few other RV sites in the past, but I must say the Seattle/Kent KOA is by far the best. The facilities are clean and the staff is friendly. I have had no issues at all and the other fellow RV'rs and campers have been both helpful and polite. The grounds are kept up even with the wet weather and trees shedding their leaves. The pull thru spots are level and a bit wider than some I have stayed at in the past. There is a dog walk area, playground area and everything is kept up nicely. Now there are no gold doorknobs or silver lined walkways here, but what they do offer is a close proximity to Seattle, sporting events, the Unlimited Hydroplane Museum, I-5 and SR-167 which both can take you to see all the wonderful sites that this nothwest area has to offer. So if you are looking for a pampering, keep on looking because it doesn't exist, but if you want a great place to stay whether in a 5th wheel, camper or RV make sure you stay here. Good job, I'm a "happy camper"!

Stephen J Brown

We've stayed at KOA in Kent. We typically avoid KOA parks since they are rarely worth the price. This one was great though since it had a bus pickup that takes you into downtown Seattle. It was less than a year ago and's overpriced but location is great! We also liked the breakfasts and ice cream socials. We've been to 40 states in the last year and this is the only koa we would stay at again. Just try and get something far from the busy/very loud road. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group