1 Park near Gig Harbor, Washington
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Spots range from a 1 to 7 or 8 . We were in a side by side spot , rigs literally less that a foot apart, i would rate a 1. Wifi was ok at times and not working at times, close to town. The town is great, many restuarants and plenty of shopping. Hardly any grass in the entire park.
Gravel,gravel,gravel!!! Way overpriced . - 580747
Aug 2015 - $48.00
Beautiful forested park close to Gig Harbor situated on a terraced hill. It is not a resort, but it is a nice RV park. Paved roads and gravel sites. We will definitely return, but not for extended stays where we have to rely on the quality and performance of the Wi-Fi in order to work. We tested multiple access points throughout the park and they all suffer the same problem. Wi-Fi performance varies greatly from so slow that you can't even browse the Internet to find a local restaurant, to just OK, all in the span of 60 seconds. Multiple tests throughout the day didn't reveal improvements even at 5 am. Still a very nice park, just don't expect reliable Wi-Fi. Verizon 4G/LTE was a solid 3-4 bars with good data performance.
We had no issues with our reservation made 4 months prior to our visit. The park is very big rig friendly, and was in fact full of 40 foot units. We visited in a 35 foot class A motorhome towing at Honda Fit. We were in pull-thru site 13, which we found was very level. - Celtic Safari
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is a nice, popular park. It's a bit hilly, but OK for big rigs. Sites are a tight, but again OK. Plenty of big trees. Pool looked nice. The town and water is about a 30 minute walk away (downhill to getting there, UP HILL coming back!). We would stay here again. - RVBeast