Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA
Fee Info
Adults 18+, Kids 12-17, Free 0-11
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA is located in Oregon
46.1843 N
-123.9565 W
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14 Reviews of Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA

I love the location of this Koa. If you’re use to staying at KOA’s this is a lot like the rest of them. You have WiFi, activities, clean restrooms and a camp store which is good to have the consistency.

Nice place, but...

Great park and awesome amenities. The guys at the front area checking you in are awesome. That said. The trying to get out of the far back loop is a nightmare. Staff doesn’t seem to get that they need a person to direct traffic on a busy weekend. Let them know but got the company line and dismissed just as quick. Plus the speed nazi is on patrol!! Dude is an ass! Turned on his little lights like some kind of nerd and Feebly attempted to display the power that he did not have. Wasn’t even speeding, was kinda funny to watch reminded me of a bad episode of trailer park boys anyway nice place but be on the look out for homie the clown.


Every time we come here, we know exactly what to expect. Always clean, hasn’t been too crowded when we come and they allow most dogs. (Depending on the breed). Not too far from seaside where there’s plenty of fun to go and have.

Good for kids

When we Stayed: Mid April, Thursday-Saturday

Overall Experience: I've stayed here a few times with family - when staying with kids I'd definitely come back, otherwise I would not.

Campground: It's a huge park with a more private, wooded camp ground and then another that's open and next to all the kid's stuff and amenities.

Sites: if you want to be near the pool and kids activities, choose a site near the middle. It's very loud and lots of traffic. The upper sites are wooded and more private.

Amenities: the camp store is great and well stocked. The park has tons of stuff for kids- a pool, playground and more.

What a great KOA

We really love KOAs. This KOA is the best. It’s perfect for families because they have tons of lot of activities. The indoor pool was very clean and we enjoyed it several days. The kids played on the playgrounds and even our pup was happy with the trail walks. We visited Fort Stevens and the shipwreck on the beach and had so much fun doing it.

KOA Luxury

This is a great KOA…probably the best I’ve been to. It’s very big with a lot of activity options including an indoor pool, playground and trails. Fort Stevens is right across the street and has a lot of great day activities as well. Very clean and spread out with different options for your camping experience including cabins. Cable and internet are definitely a plus!

Great KOA with lots to do and awesome location!

While not usually KOA kampers, we had a great, private stay at the Astoria KOA. This place is huge! While mostly an RV campground, the lot features severely more primitive tent sites, which we stayed at. The tent was set up on a wooden platform, which worked really welll and was easy to do. The KOA featured all amenities (showers, restrooms, laundry, pool, restaurant, kid activities), but we did have trouble finding a place to refill drinking water and wash dishes. Overall, we give it two thumbs up and plan to return again!

Family friendly with many activities. Walking distance to beach and great

Clean with a large variety of camping options.


First time in a KOA and it was very nice. Feels like camping in a hotel. Very friendly and helpful staff

Group Visit

There is no privacy and not much to do. Great campstore and close to lots of other attractions.