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Jim Oliver
We have been staying at Pier lon for about 5 years, April thru Oct. Camp gound is always clean and well kept. It is close to Cleveland, ( about 40 minutes), and about 15 minutes to Medina. Yet is country like with nice woods and fields. This is a Christian kind of camp ground with church services weekly and other activities. A very quiet place. Utilities have never been a problem. Campers and staff have always been nice, pleasant, accomodating, and helpful to us. We camp in a 44 foot 5th wheel.
Kay Brown
Our 10 years tenure has ended. Wonderful Campers and host. We will miss you! However, ownership/ management has changed to one individual who shouldn't be around campers. Shame on you pier-lon park for not taking the safety concerns and well-being of your loyal customers seriously. Shame on you.