This is a typical "campground". There are lots of fishermen in the park with lots of boats. They tend to camp together as a group and stand around the campfires and talk late into the nights. The Wi-Fi does not reach through the campground. You have to go into the office to get the free Wi-Fi. Water pressure was very low. We had to supplement with our pump. We were in site 18 which was at the end of a loop in the road so we did not have any adjacent neighbors. The managers never drive or walk through the park. Our hookups were in the trees and they had no idea where they were. It is mostly young adult kids that work in the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay at this park and camped in pull through site 21. All facilities were more than adequate, although a bit cramped. Grass on the sites could have used a mowing. Staff was very nice and most helpful. We would return if we come back to the Kenai. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not sure of rate, we were part of a caravan. Not a bad, little park. As mentioned the owners are wonderful people, and put on a great Steak / Crab fry for us. Both were outstanding. But this is a very tight little park. You will be ok as long as there is not a caravan there. We just packed our 22 rigs into the place. About half of us then depended on other rigs leaving first. It is that tight, but a nice little place to spend a night on the way in or out of Homer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park and the hosts are friendly too. There is a restaurant associated with the office that serves a nice breakfast. The sites are quite large allowing for slide-outs and people seem to stay for a while and commute to other locales around the area. Fishing is nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.