Another nice little county park. Little hike down to the water. No hook ups. But nice place to come to. Sites are small and not always level.
The Willapa Bay KOA was a great place to stay for a long weekend. The owners did a reasonably good job providing some privacy between sites given that it’s a typical field with some trees. The decor and theming shows a real effort in making the place welcoming and family friendly. There is a short trail to the beach to watch the sunsets and search for shells. They have a small store with some supplies and a free dump site if you are camping there.
Wonderful KOA covered in trees and close to bay/beach.Great campsite and customer service. Beautiful walk to beach. Nice store for necessities and ice. The Hosts very hospitable. Bathrooms too very clean. We really enjoyed our 4 night stay and they have a Husband and wife who are Vol. Firefighters and EMT's so they have you covered for saftey We loved the attention to detail. We got a very good Verizion signal(4 bars) for our Hot spot and 2-3 bar signal for our AT&T hot spot. Our site was clean and well maintained I would recommend
Your basic KOA with the amenities: flush toilets, showers, dog park, gift shop, kids activities, etc. but comes with the price $38/night basic primitive tent camping. No complaints otherwise and very friendly staff.
I had a great stay at the KOA! Even though the weather was a little rainy, i was tent camping, i enjoyed this campround. All the little details they put up all arround the campground made me smile every time i passed them. One of my favourite photos of my six months travel photography trip i took there. The leave with the raindrops.
When we go crabbing it is usually our of Tokeland. We checked out Bay Center and were so pleasantly surprised by this KOA. This place really has it all!!
-Full Hookups, complimentary showers, wifi, cable, and a snack bar.
They have clam beds just for campers, or a day fee for those wanting to rake without camping. Some of the sites are pretty open but if you went with a large family it would be perfect. You can only have 4 people to a tent campsite and 6 to an RV site, which puts some limitations on people.
They have spaces for RV's and trailers, tents, cabins, yurts and even have trailers you can rent to stay in on site!
This is a great spot for families who do not necessarily want to rough it and want to enjoy a smooth weekend being cared for by great hosts!