Burlington/Anacortes KOA Good Sam Verified Campground

6397 N Green Rd, Burlington, WA 98233

Good Sam Verified Campground
(3 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 7.5
Restrooms 8.5
Appeal 8
(3 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
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Address

6397 N Green Rd
Burlington, WA, 98233

Open all year

Contact

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Facility

Type: Campground
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Big rig sites
Spaces available: 96
Site length: 77
Max length: 77
Gravel sites: 71
Pull-thru size: 24 x 77
Pull-thrus: 61
Back-in size: 20 x 70
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 71
Number of water: 25
Number of electric: 25
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Fire rings
Fire rings

Swimming
Body of water: Friday Creek
Hot tub
Playground
Enclosed game room
Playground
Enclosed game room
Horseshoes
Heated pool
Heated pool

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing

3 (3 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Facility
3.6
Restroom
4.5
Appeal
3.6
What is being rated?
2 2 out of 5 stars 08/29/2021

We stayed 5 nights to visit nearby attractions in the area. This was our second stay. The park is a short drive from I-5 (either Exit 232 or 236) along the old highway through rural areas. Limited parking area for check in. The interior roads & parking pads are gravel. The sites are a mixture of back-ins, P/T’s, tents and cabins. There is a single lane narrow bridge with steep approach to the aprons between the older section & newer section. There is little to no margin for error on the bridge.... Read More

We stayed 5 nights to visit nearby attractions in the area. This was our second stay. The park is a short drive from I-5 (either Exit 232 or 236) along the old highway through rural areas. Limited parking area for check in. The interior roads & parking pads are gravel. The sites are a mixture of back-ins, P/T’s, tents and cabins. There is a single lane narrow bridge with steep approach to the aprons between the older section & newer section. There is little to no margin for error on the bridge. In the 201 to 227 section, the interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. These sites were long enough to stay connected to a toad. These sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The orientation of these sites don’t allow RV’s to cast any shade onto the patio side. The parking pads are generally flat & level but some required adjustments to get level. They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were towards the middle to rear of the sites. The sewer connection fitting was at about ground level so establishing a downhill flow is dependent on the discharge point. Distance and grassy areas establish privacy between the sites. All sites have an outside table & fire pits but fire were prohibited by the local fire authority. There are trees throughout and along the edges of the park. The only area where the trees pose no obstruction to satellite reception is sites 201 to 227. The other sites have a low to zero possibly for satellite reception as the trees pose significant obstruction depending on site assignment and dish configuration. We were able to get satellite reception in our site with a portable dish. But had to set it on the edge of the site along the road. There is no cable service. The park information didn’t mention anything about OTA broadcast channels. Only able to receive about 5 OTA broadcast channels (line up didn’t include any of the 4 major networks). The park provided password protected WiFi was adequate for email & research. Didn’t use the NET10 phone so don’t know about reception. There was one designated fenced pet area in this area with a gravel surface. There was a bag dispenser and collection station for waste near the fenced pet area. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park’s roads. Fees: $15.00 to select site from those available at time of booking. $5.00 per child per day. $15.00 for early arrival fee for getting there about 1.5 hours before check in time of 2 PM. Didn’t get a refund for early departure leaving before 8 AM. Laundry was located at the office. Required driving there but only parking was outside of the park (through the access control gate) in front of the office. The facilities were clean & neat with low usage early in the morning. Wash was either $1.75 or $3.25 depending on size selected. Dry was $2.00. TIP: Seemed to be a popular place so reservations would be recommended. Quite a few activities for children primarily on the weekends during a prior stay. Had a good time with the rental bikes around the park even though the bridge posed a substantial obstacle. Informative park brochure about the local area.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 09/21/2019

We stayed 3 nights to visit nearby national park locations. The park is a short drive from I-5 (either Exit 232 or 236) along the old highway. The interior roads & parking pads are gravel. The sites are a mixture of back-ins, P/T's, tents and cabins. There is a single lane narrow bridge with steep aprons between the older section & newer section. In the 201 to 227 section, the interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV's. These sites were long enough to stay connected to... Read More

We stayed 3 nights to visit nearby national park locations. The park is a short drive from I-5 (either Exit 232 or 236) along the old highway. The interior roads & parking pads are gravel. The sites are a mixture of back-ins, P/T's, tents and cabins. There is a single lane narrow bridge with steep aprons between the older section & newer section. In the 201 to 227 section, the interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV's. These sites were long enough to stay connected to a toad. These sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The orientation of these sites don't allow RV's to cast any shade onto the patio side. These sites are flat & level. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were towards the middle to rear of the sites. The sewer connection fitting was at about ground level so establishing a downhill flow is dependent on the discharge point. Distance and grassy areas establish privacy between the sites. All sites have an outside table & fire pits. This area is surrounded by trees but they are far enough away as not to pose an obstruction to satellite reception. The park information didn't mention anything about cable or OTA broadcast channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels. The park provided password protected WiFi was adequate for email & research. Our Verizon WiFi hotspot worked well. Didn't use the NET10 phone so don't know about reception. There was one designated fenced pet area in this area with a gravel surface. There was a bag dispenser and collection station for waste near the fenced pet area. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park's roads. TIP: Seemed to be a popular place so reservations would be recommended. Quite a few activities for children especially on the weekends. Informative park brochure about the local area.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 06/16/2018

Despite # of calls, they didn't tell us about the road closure. Mentioned that at check-in, and was told they assumed we were using GPS directions we weren't as don't have smart phone. Major changes since our last visit, have expanded park, upgraded facilities. Always enjoyed camping amidst the tall trees, and picking blackberries out by the creek. Bit taken back by all the security and rules obviously reacting to some prior events. Had we had our family visit as in prior years, it would have... Read More

Despite # of calls, they didn't tell us about the road closure. Mentioned that at check-in, and was told they assumed we were using GPS directions we weren't as don't have smart phone. Major changes since our last visit, have expanded park, upgraded facilities. Always enjoyed camping amidst the tall trees, and picking blackberries out by the creek. Bit taken back by all the security and rules obviously reacting to some prior events. Had we had our family visit as in prior years, it would have been difficult.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/29/2021

We stayed 5 nights to visit nearby attractions in the area. This was our second stay. The park is a short drive from I-5 (either Exit 232 or 236) along the old highway through rural areas. Limited parking area for check in. The interior roads & parking pads are gravel. The sites are a mixture of back-ins, P/T’s, tents and cabins. There is a single lane narrow bridge with steep approach to the aprons between the older section & newer section. There is little to no margin for error on the bridge.... Read More

We stayed 5 nights to visit nearby attractions in the area. This was our second stay. The park is a short drive from I-5 (either Exit 232 or 236) along the old highway through rural areas. Limited parking area for check in. The interior roads & parking pads are gravel. The sites are a mixture of back-ins, P/T’s, tents and cabins. There is a single lane narrow bridge with steep approach to the aprons between the older section & newer section. There is little to no margin for error on the bridge. In the 201 to 227 section, the interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV’s. These sites were long enough to stay connected to a toad. These sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The orientation of these sites don’t allow RV’s to cast any shade onto the patio side. The parking pads are generally flat & level but some required adjustments to get level. They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were towards the middle to rear of the sites. The sewer connection fitting was at about ground level so establishing a downhill flow is dependent on the discharge point. Distance and grassy areas establish privacy between the sites. All sites have an outside table & fire pits but fire were prohibited by the local fire authority. There are trees throughout and along the edges of the park. The only area where the trees pose no obstruction to satellite reception is sites 201 to 227. The other sites have a low to zero possibly for satellite reception as the trees pose significant obstruction depending on site assignment and dish configuration. We were able to get satellite reception in our site with a portable dish. But had to set it on the edge of the site along the road. There is no cable service. The park information didn’t mention anything about OTA broadcast channels. Only able to receive about 5 OTA broadcast channels (line up didn’t include any of the 4 major networks). The park provided password protected WiFi was adequate for email & research. Didn’t use the NET10 phone so don’t know about reception. There was one designated fenced pet area in this area with a gravel surface. There was a bag dispenser and collection station for waste near the fenced pet area. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park’s roads. Fees: $15.00 to select site from those available at time of booking. $5.00 per child per day. $15.00 for early arrival fee for getting there about 1.5 hours before check in time of 2 PM. Didn’t get a refund for early departure leaving before 8 AM. Laundry was located at the office. Required driving there but only parking was outside of the park (through the access control gate) in front of the office. The facilities were clean & neat with low usage early in the morning. Wash was either $1.75 or $3.25 depending on size selected. Dry was $2.00. TIP: Seemed to be a popular place so reservations would be recommended. Quite a few activities for children primarily on the weekends during a prior stay. Had a good time with the rental bikes around the park even though the bridge posed a substantial obstacle. Informative park brochure about the local area.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 09/21/2019

We stayed 3 nights to visit nearby national park locations. The park is a short drive from I-5 (either Exit 232 or 236) along the old highway. The interior roads & parking pads are gravel. The sites are a mixture of back-ins, P/T's, tents and cabins. There is a single lane narrow bridge with steep aprons between the older section & newer section. In the 201 to 227 section, the interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV's. These sites were long enough to stay connected to... Read More

We stayed 3 nights to visit nearby national park locations. The park is a short drive from I-5 (either Exit 232 or 236) along the old highway. The interior roads & parking pads are gravel. The sites are a mixture of back-ins, P/T's, tents and cabins. There is a single lane narrow bridge with steep aprons between the older section & newer section. In the 201 to 227 section, the interior roads and turns are sufficient to maneuver larger RV's. These sites were long enough to stay connected to a toad. These sites had sufficient room for opening slides. The orientation of these sites don't allow RV's to cast any shade onto the patio side. These sites are flat & level. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50/30/20 AMP), & sewer. The utility connections were towards the middle to rear of the sites. The sewer connection fitting was at about ground level so establishing a downhill flow is dependent on the discharge point. Distance and grassy areas establish privacy between the sites. All sites have an outside table & fire pits. This area is surrounded by trees but they are far enough away as not to pose an obstruction to satellite reception. The park information didn't mention anything about cable or OTA broadcast channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels. The park provided password protected WiFi was adequate for email & research. Our Verizon WiFi hotspot worked well. Didn't use the NET10 phone so don't know about reception. There was one designated fenced pet area in this area with a gravel surface. There was a bag dispenser and collection station for waste near the fenced pet area. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park's roads. TIP: Seemed to be a popular place so reservations would be recommended. Quite a few activities for children especially on the weekends. Informative park brochure about the local area.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 06/16/2018

Despite # of calls, they didn't tell us about the road closure. Mentioned that at check-in, and was told they assumed we were using GPS directions we weren't as don't have smart phone. Major changes since our last visit, have expanded park, upgraded facilities. Always enjoyed camping amidst the tall trees, and picking blackberries out by the creek. Bit taken back by all the security and rules obviously reacting to some prior events. Had we had our family visit as in prior years, it would have... Read More

Despite # of calls, they didn't tell us about the road closure. Mentioned that at check-in, and was told they assumed we were using GPS directions we weren't as don't have smart phone. Major changes since our last visit, have expanded park, upgraded facilities. Always enjoyed camping amidst the tall trees, and picking blackberries out by the creek. Bit taken back by all the security and rules obviously reacting to some prior events. Had we had our family visit as in prior years, it would have been difficult.
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6397 N Green Rd, Burlington, WA 98233
Coordinates: 48.552238, -122.333329
Elevation:

Directions
N-bnd: From Jct of I-5 & Cook Rd (exit 232), Go 100 ft E on Cook Rd to Old Hwy 99, then 3-1/2 mi N on Old Hwy 99 to N Green Rd (E frontage rd), then 0.1 mi S on N Green Rd (L)

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