Price reflects winter rate. Park is locally owned and operated, owners live on site and are extremely helpful and friendly. After finding that a nearby campground had raised it's rates from $10 to $21/night for primitive camping it was a no brainer to come up here and have full hookups and wifi. The park has roomy, grassy sites and is very well kept and clean. There is a small store/office and the owners were adding a large room off the side for group gatherings while we were there. During the off season the owners have been very gracious to allow us to park our truck/boats in a site next to our RV or in the adjacent storage lot they also own at no extra cost. We love the area for bass fishing and being able to have room for not only the RV but our boats and tow vehicles is an added bonus. Water pressure and electricity was good. Wifi costs extra but is generally acceptable if not a bit slow. Long and short of it, we will from now on only come here and choose to give our money to the small local family rather than give it to the corporation that has taken over the nearby campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
On top of the bluff overlooking Keller Ferry and the marina. Outer sites near the edge have a nice view of Lake Roosevelt, however most of these seem to be permanently filled with full time residents. Sites are almost all large pull troughs and are grassy with lots of shade trees. Shade is nice but also means there are very few sites where your satellite antenna will work if mounted to your roof. Staff was very friendly and due to the fact that it was after labor day they even allowed us to park our car and bass boat in the site next to the motorhome so that we could get power to the boat to charge it's batteries. A small on site store has a few of the essentials as well as made to order espresso and lattes. There is also a deli with burgers, sandwiches and Schwan's ice cream. Wi-Fi worked well at our site on the outer row but due to the fact that it is satellite based they do ask you keep the uploads to a minimum. This is the only RV park near Keller Ferry with hookups. If we need power we will stay here again when we return for more great fishing on Lake Roosevelt. We camped here in a Motorhome.