Cutty’s is good old fashioned family at its best! They’ve been in the business for years and it shows! From catch and release fishing to laundry facilities, the staff at Cutty’s has thought of everything.
Nearby attractions are: The Hartville Kitchen (seriously worth it), Hartville hardware (again, worth it - believe me), Quail Hollow State Park, Football Hall of Fame, McKinley Museum, and Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
As far as the camping, you can expect a lot of golf carts, big campers, and a bit of evening noise. Big it’s really okay. Everyone is pretty friendly and there’s actually a real sense of “community” owing to the seasonal campers.
You can easily spend a week here without feeling bored - especially if you’re with the family :)
Quick tip: The welcome brochure mentions area attractions for a reason: Get out there and enjoy!
The place was very clean and everyone at the campground was very friendly highly recommend this place to anyone
The people and the place were really nice. The main thing is the spots are soooo small. You open your door and there is a picnic table and then the next camper. Really no room. Little outside snack area has good food. Pool is only 3.5’ deep. Mainly for kids, which is alright but wish that information was on there site.
We stayed here a week after we sold our home, constant rain ( thought I was back in Washington State !). The site near the front wasn’t kept up, just messy, weeds and junk on one side. The staff hooked up our TT to a tractor to put it in the site because the grounds were very soft. The man on 1 side said we were on his property, we didn’t park the TT the staff did, he then parked so close to our truck door we couldn’t get to it, in or out. Later I talked to him, we were traveling with 3 senior medical rescues dogs, he moved his truck.
Many crafts and things to do for the kids. A bit too crowded for my individual taste and no shade in area for non seasonal campers.