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Review | Burlington/Anacortes KOA

KOA Burlington / Anacortes

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Address: /td> 6397 N Green Road, Burlington, WA, 98233
Phone Number: (360) 724-5511
Website: KOA Burlington / Anacortes
Latitude   48.55226    
Longitude   -122.33428    
Campsite Information
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Site Quantity: 56 Pad Type: Gravel
Price: Quality: Great Campground
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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KOA Burlington / Anacortes Details

The spectacular Pacific Northwest scenery alone would make the Burlington/Anacortes KOA worth a visit. But wait until you see what there is to do!

  • Burlington / Anacortes KOA features an indoor pool.
  • Take a scenic drive along Samish Bay.
  • Hop a ferry to the San Juan Islands or Victoria, B.C.
  • Join a whale-watching expedition.
  • Visit the picturesque 19th century fishing village of La Conner.
  • Play a round of golf at any of the dozen area courses.

At the Burlington/Anacortes  KOA, join in bingo and pancake breakfasts (most weekends), KOA Mud Pies and a wealth of activities on holiday weekends. RV groups appreciate the rec hall. Enjoy the cool waters of Friday Creek, which winds through the campground, or relax in KOA's indoor pool and hot tub. Stroll across the bridge to a 12-acre meadow frequented by deer and bald eagles.

Recreation near KOA Burlington / Anacortes

Berry Picking

Sakuma's Market Stand - Nestled in the beautiful and fertile Skagit Valley only 60 miles north of Seattle, the Sakuma Market Stand is the county's premiere berry grower. Sakuma Brothers farm is also one of only two tea plantations in the continental United States and the only tea plantation west of the Mississippi River.


There are a dozen golf courses in the area ranging from very challenging to average difficulty. Nine, eighteen, twenty-seven holes or just the driving range to practice those hole in one shots. All located five to thirty minutes driving time from the campground.

Skagit Valley Casino

The Skagit Valley Casino Features all of your favorite games including slots, bingo, blackjack, poker and fine dining. Located 1.5 miles form the campground.

Scenic Drives

Scenic drives include Chuchanut Drive, the North Cascades Pass and Deception Pass.

Skagit Speedway

Skagit Speedway - See the Northwest’s most exciting sprint car dirt track racing, April through September. Some of the event include Super Dirt Cup and Thunder in the Valley.

Horse Back Riding

Take the family horse back riding at Langs Pony and Horse Farm.

Lake Whatcom Railway

The Lake Whatcom Railway is a dedicated living preservation of the Pacific Northwest’s railway heritage. The coaches date to the early part of the century and were used for many years on Northern Pacific Passenger Trains out of Seattle.

Directions to KOA Burlington / Anacortes

About an hour north of Seattle

20 miles south of Bellingham.

From I-5 Northbound Exit 232: north on old Highway 99 3.5 miles.

Southbound Exit 236: Left Bow Hill Road, right on old Highway 99.

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KOA Burlington / Anacortes, 4.2 out of 5 based on 9 ratings

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6 Responses to KOA Burlington / Anacortes

  1. Donna on July 20, 2017 at 9:29 am

    Stayed at Burlington KOA in April 2017 & had a wonderful experience. The staff was friendly, exceptional service and very accommodating. We needed to cancel 1 night early & rebook for 3 months later. No problem & we didn’t loose any deposits. Now the time is here to arrive & we were on our way (16hr Drive) and our vehicle broke down. We are 5 days away & cannot make it for our scheduled arrival date & they will not transfer our deposit to a later date. They require 7 days notice. Unbelievable. Do they not take unforeseen circumstances into consideration. Is there no such thing as customer service anymore. Was going to rebook for a later date but not now.

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  2. Paul on August 4, 2011 at 10:05 pm

    The Management of this campground sucks, terrible and rude. Music is a big part of haaving fun, and we were not allowed even softly. This is ridiculous. I think even seniors like some music, but not the management (Connie). So if you think of having fun and would like music, forget it as you will be treated like a nobody.
    I will never go there again.

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  3. helga on August 4, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Just a note to say that our group of 60 that consists of families with teens young children and grandparents, we spent the BC longweekend at the KOA-burlington site. Due to our last years wonderful experience we decided to return once again expecting the same warmth and fun.

    Sadly to say under the new managment Connie, who was very rude, uncompromising and very impolite to the point of implying my way or the highway we will never visit this KOA again. We only stayed the whole weekend to accomodate our kids as it would be a terrible disappointment to them if we left in the middle of our holiday. She stopped our singsong with no compromise even though we were singing during regular hours quiet time is supposed to be after 10pm and it was still 830pm. She put water on our campfire and yet when we walked around we found that other campsites had their campfires lit yet she only picked on us ..leading us to think that she is rascist.

    The pool was not heated although their website claims heated pool. The hot tub was not working even though we let the management know about it no repairs were done. The showers at the poolside were dirty.

    I hope that this email will help improve the attitude towards your future customers.

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  4. John Doe on August 3, 2011 at 10:24 pm

    We are a group of 16 families who annually visit different KOA sites. Last year, we camped at KOA Burlington and we planned to camp there again in 2011 since everybody had a good time. We booked all the cabins and tent sites. To our dismay, we encountered a very discriminating attitude from Connie.

    On night # 1, she asked to shut off the movie that the all families were watching after dinner as it had just passed quiet time (10pm). We cooperated since it was passed quiet time. The following morning at 11am, we were playing some music (The Beatles and other Oldies) which some other campers seemed to enjoy and compliment us. To our surprise, Connie came and asked us to turn off the music even when quiet time was not in effect. That same evening at 6:00pm, we were playing a quiz game amongst our friends before dinner time. Connie showed up again and asked us to disperse the gathering (even when we made nearly no noise) at which point we questioned her to explain to herself in regard to her actions. She simply replied “I’m the owner and you have to do as I say or you can check-out and go home”.

    On night # 3, since it was the last night we sat around our camp fire. Once again, Connie appeared at 11:00pm and poured a bucket of water on our campfire as she told us to “hit the bed”, while we saw other campers who’s camp fires were still active. We had checked prior to that evening as to when our camp fires were allowed to burn and the response was “However late you want, so long as you’re quiet”.

    Every attempt we made to keep our spirits high and enjoy our holidays were ruined by the Boot Camp Sergeant, Connie. It was a disgrace to KOA’s well known reputation for hospitality and “great” customer service.

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  5. Brittany on January 7, 2011 at 6:47 pm

    One of the best campgrounds i have been to! The staff is very friendly and knows how to treat their customers. The 12 acre field is very well kept aong with their newly updated sites. Everything was well kept and clean. I felt very welcomed and could always find somebody when i needed help!

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  6. 5starcampgrounds on June 16, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    I had the opportunity to drive through the Burlington / Anacortes KOA and briefly speak with a staff member. The campground is clean and well maintained. The employee at the front desk was polite both with me (in person) and a customer (who had lots of questions) over the phone. The campsites are both grass and gravel with adequate room between the sites. The campground has plenty of mature trees for shade and for those who enjoy the Pacific Northwest sun, there were also sites with full sun exposure. The campground is pet friendly and has an area for walking your pets. They also feature an indoor swimming pool.

    One thing to keep in mind, the name of this KOA is the Burlington / Anacortes KOA. It is located in Burlington but Anacortes is over 20 minutes away so keep that in mind if you plan on visiting primarily Anacortes.

    There are many recreational activities to do within 30 minutes of the campground so you should be able to keep yourself busy.

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