Land Swap With Seattle/Tacoma KOA Is Approved (3/7/2019)

Story by Woodall's Campground Management

The Seattle/Tacoma KOA is going to give up 30 sites in a land deal that will eventually allow the park to construct 30 new sites. The Seattle/Tacoma KOA is going to give up 30 sites in a land deal that will eventually allow the park to construct 30 new sites.

The Kent (Wash.) City Council approved a resolution at its Tuesday (March 5) meeting to authorize a land exchange with the Seattle/Tacoma Kampgrounds of America (KOA), according to ilovekent.net. 

The council also removed restrictions on the surplus land and authorized the KOA to construct, maintain and operate replacement campsites as part of the Lower Russell Road Levee Imrpovement Project. 

The KOA will lose about 30 sites needed by the King County Flood Control District to expand the levee. The KOA has 189 sites at its Kent location, which opened in 1978.

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