We've been to many KOA campgrounds, all over west of the states. One unique than the other, in a really positive way! But.. we never used to pay more for less service than that campground here. Think carefully if you really wanna stay there overnight, they won't give you money back within 48h. I'm not sure bout the other campgrounds condition but if you like the lovely sound of trains, highway and airplanes the 60$ full hookup per night are definitely worth it!
It all started when the owner said we had to pay a pet deposit for our small dog to stay in the cabin. I asked what that was for and she said in broken English "that what we do" I asked again and she repeated the same. Please note that there was no poop bags anywhere, no dog park, and no place to walk the dogs. And the children's play area was tore apart. Also the indoor pool and hot tub was closed. The cabin was dirty with cob Web in the corners and ceiling. This use to be one of our favorite spots but Never again with the rude new owners.
In reading the other reviews, I wonder if new owners were just getting "on their feet"? We stayed two weeks using it as a convenient mid-point to many things we needed to accomplish. It is 1/2 hour to Bellingham: 45 min to the Anacortes ferry to the San Juan Islands and 10-15 minutes to any services you might need in Burlington including two large RV service centers and a good mobile RV mechanic. We found the owners very responsive. There were usually 5-6 staff members working on park projects every day. Camping spaces are very limited within this 50 mile radius and frequently unavailable. This park just doubled their space and often head some openings when no one else did. The older portion is nicely shaded and closely located to the pool, hot tub, small mini-mart, laundry and activities. The pool and hot tub were open and well maintained. The spaces in the older section seem to be a bit smaller but comfy. This is definitely the area you want if you are tent camping or desire shade. There are several cabins along one side. The new part of the park is on the other side of the creek and is wide open which is good for satellite access, but lacks shade. On one edge is a pasture with a small herd of cows that provide a pastoral feel. The back edge is against lovely tall cedars. There is also a fenced small dog park, second kids play area, new bathrooms with separate showers. Each space in this area has a concrete pad with new picnic table, nice patch of lawn and small fire pit. Some sites include a glider swing and round picnic table with umbrella. This area is especially good for large rigs with towables as most are pull thrus and very roomy. They will be adding more cabins to this area back against the trees. There is obviously a lot of money being invested in all the upgrades. There are great riding trike "cars" for the kids and opens spaces for bike riding. The prices are on the higher edge for the area but with spaces at a premium, they seemed to have no trouble filling up on weekends. This is located in farmland, but very easy access from I-5. Consequently, there is a farmer two farms over who seems to enjoy shooting for target practice and on two of the days during our two week stay there was about an hour of shooting which may or may not bother you depending on how you feel about guns. We will be coming back here in a few weeks to finish up some RV repairs and have enjoyed our stay. They are working very hard on daily improvements.