We are open and looking forward to seeing you! COVID 19 will bring many changes to the normal operation of our season, but camping is still that wondertul time that families can spend together making forever memories.
Happy Campers, We are grateful to live and work in such a beautiful area and indeed feel blessed to be open for campers.We are all having to make major adjustments to living life with COVID19. The Washington Governor has set out a plan to reopen the state and this is how OPPA KOA fits in with it.While the list of things to do at OPPA KOA remains long – ping pong, air hockey, billiards, monster bike rentals, horseshoes, tetherball, playground, big open field to fly your kites, etc… many things will remain shut until our county is open with no restrictions: the swimming pool, some weekend OPPA activities, outside visitors and Pavilion group gatherings.In order to help with social distancing, you will also see some changes when you arrive. We ask that those of you with RVs and trailers use your own personal bathrooms whenever possible allowing tenters and cabin campers better access to the KOA restrooms. Everyone will still have laundry room access. Currently most state and county parks are open for day-use including Dungeness and Salt Creek Recreation areas. Remember to take your own toilet paper and hand sanitizer. Go to the Olympic National Park website for specific details there. Most of our local restaurants are open and would love to see you. Making marvelous memories is still “good to go.” S'mores around the campfire, star gazing, hiking, playing games, relaxing ….We thank you in advance for helping in our efforts to keep everyone safe, healthy and happy.We look forward to seeing you! Lana and Marty