We booked our stay at the Burlinton/Anacortes KOA, the only campground in the area that had availability at our late booking.
The arrival was a little rough for a KOA, they did give us a map but we still were not clear on where our campsite was. We drove down a wrong lane and had an incident with a pole, but we won’t go into that…
We found an employee who guided us to our spot and set up.
The site was gravel and level, grass on the entry side and a good sized patio for a walkout area. It was full hook-up with 50 Amp service.
The campground was up to the KOA standards we have experienced with all the amenities and well maintained.
The connectivity was good, we could stream tv and had no internet issues.
One issue we had with this canpground was the water, it smelled of sulphur and I did not care for the taste. We purchased bottled water for drinking water.