We stayed here for 4 nights on a Coast To Coast rate of $10 plus a $2.50 surcharge per night. I requested a site with enough room to open the rear ramp door of our toyhauler and received a large pull through. Park is well kept, friendly staff and campers. Lots of activities and walking distance to 2 casinos. Only negative is poor wi-fi, insufficient signal strength to be used very often in the RV.
We stayed here one overnight just to shorten the trip to the WA coast. Park has easy access off I90. It appears a little rundown i.e potholed roads, mostly gravel, little grass, several old units and old clubhouse. But this may change as in speaking with members, they indicated the resort has been sold to the Sunrise Group. We found both staff and campers friendly and helpful.
Resort is a park like setting; reminded me of a state or provincial park with lots of trees and large private sites. No sewer service at sites but has 3 dumping stations. Very nice place to stay versus resorts where you are parked cheek to jowl with others.
Staff was friendly and accommodating for our request for adjacent sites with friends who were arriving later. Park is grassy, treed and has many almost tame deer. Grounds and facilities are well looked after.
We stayed for 3 nights at the Coast to Coast rate. Upon arrival the front desk lady was pleasant and cooperative. We have a toy hauler with a rear door so requested a pull through. She provided a top of the line site with all services. There are many small back to back sites with close neighbors and no space with any privacy so we felt very fortunate. We also saw the sites on gravel and were glad we didn't get placed there. So I've learned that there's no harm in asking for what you want-you might pleasantly receive it. The resort is spotless everywhere; campers are friendly and considerate. I would have rated a ten but the wifi signal strength was very poor and the cement base for the picnic table is right beside the neighbors sewer pipe. I had a look at several other sites and the tables are all placed at the sewer rather than further up the rig at the door. The resort discourages anything being placed on the grass-mats, tables etc Excepting the above, Pier IV is close to perfect, as long as you have one of the better sites.
This is a very pretty park about 9 miles from Keystone-its important to access and egress using Hwy 40 and Playhouse Rd rather than the challenging 16A. About 1/2 the sites are tents and popups so the bathrooms/showers are busy. No mobile phone service and Wi-Fi was available only at the store/office. About 15 of the RV sites have full services with remainder having water and electric. We stayed on the C2C rate and enjoyed our stay as both the employees and campers were friendly and helpful.
This a large park; part of the K/M group and is very well kept with modern buildings and facilities. Propane and RV wash are available on site as is Wi-Fi for a minor charge of $1.09 for 24 hrs. The office closes at 5 pm but the security staffer was helpful. The sites are mostly pull thru with shade and plenty of room. We stayed here on the C2C rate.
Park has 3 or 4 turns off hwy 127 but they are well signed. Very helpful and friendly manager, Marilyn, keeps all areas neat and clean. She is also a wealth of information about local attractions and directions to them. There is a common washroom with showers which work very well. Also a coin laundry on site. Sites are large enough and most have some shade trees. Good camping for adults as there are few activites for children.
Lovely family run campground set amoungst tall shady oak trees with plenty of room between sites. Very pleasant and helpful camping hosts (Harvey and Joanne) made our 2 night stay very enjoyable. Common washroom building is older but is clean and the showers are hot and spacious. Good value for a quiet stay and we'd certainly do it again.