How to Get Here
The Seattle Tacoma campground is located just south of Seattle in the city of Kent, Washington. We are approximately 25 minutes from Tacoma and 20 minutes from Seattle tourist attractions and airline transport. For vacations to Seattle, this place is perfect!
From Interstate 5
- Exit 152 on Orillia Road
- The campground is located 2 miles east on 212th Street
From Highway 167
- Exit on 212th Street
- The campground is located one mile west
5801 S 212th
Kent, WA 98032
Information (253) 872-8652
Fax Number (206) 872-9221
Links We Like
There is so much to do in the Seattle and Tacoma area that we recommend planning your visit to ensure you make the most of it! Provided is a list of links to the area’s major sites, Seattle tourist attractions, and festivals you won’t want to miss!
A list of current festivals will be coming soon!
Places to See
See 51 planes that won't lose your luggage at this popular Seattle tourist attraction. In the historic “Red Barn” birthplace to the Boeing Company, relive flight's greatest trials and triumphs up to the brink of World War II. See aircraft dating from the dawn of aviation to the space age. Discounted tickets are available at our KOA.
The premier Thoroughbred-racing venue in the Pacific Northwest with live racing from April to September. During off-months, the track offers multi-card simulcasting with races from racetracks around the nation.
This Seattle tourist attraction is a great place to catch dinner and a movie! There is a 14-screen AMC Theatre, several shops, and fun restaurants. The best part is: it's only about a 5 minute drive from the campground! You can also take the bus!
Pike Place Market is one of the oldest markets in the U.S. There are over 200 businesses, shops, and restaurants in this popular local and tourist attraction. Fresh seafood, fruit, flowers, jewelry, art, and homemade goods are just a few of the items available.
This is a must-see for Seattle vacations! Visit the United State’s fifth national park, established in 1899. Mountain meadows, hiking trails, glaciers, and Mount Rainier make this a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
Safeco Field is the new home to the Seattle Mariners baseball team. Guests are treated to a 19.59 acre outdoor baseball park with real grass and a retractable roof. Tours of the stadium are available and include touring the press box, luxury suites, field, dugout, visitors' clubhouse, and more.
Built for the 1962 World's Fair, this 605 ft. structure is a unique and world famous symbol of Seattle. Visitors may ride a glass elevator to the observation deck, and then dine in the revolving restaurant 500 ft. in the air. The Space Needle is one of Seattle’s most popular tourist attractions.
Information on the city of Kent.
A complete guide to visiting the Seattle area!
The official tourism site for the state of Washington.