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Lets start out by saying that it could have been worse. Not sure how much but it could have been worse.
Started out by arriving at the grounds.
You need cash for everything. This place is scaming someone. I'm sure they the government is not getting what they should be with an all cash…
The owner, male portion, is very crabby and annoying. Got poison ivy off of their firewood, the store is very understocked, and the place is pricey. We stayed 1 night out of 3, family emergency.
Example: as we are eating outside, my fork literally in my mouth, the owner yelled from his golf cart…
We arrived Friday and stayed through Sunday. Beautiful shaded sites that were litter free. Everyone was very respectful of noise except the campground next door, Hearthside. It was like they were having a concert Friday and Saturday until 11pm. Would highly recommend staying here though.
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There’s only a few sites available. The rest are seasonal sites. The campground is adjacent to the small community park and baseball fields. Very well maintained and quiet. As an added bonus it is right next to Lake Erie.
The campground was nice, clean and had friendly faces. There is plenty to do-disc golf, sand volleyball, basketball, playground, dog park, not to mention the lake and beaches. There were a lot of dogs the weekend I went but nothing to complain about. Fire pit was nice and functional and the…
Beautiful beach on the campground side. Good sized lots, plenty of space between sites. A little pricey for overnight. Wonderfully clean hot showers and bathrooms with coin laundry available.
Beautiful water, amazing folks, great food vendors, wonderful concerts, Swimming, Cliff Diving, very free and fun!
Our first visit to this campground and we actually found from using this website! We wanted a secluded site and close to Pittsburgh.
We arrived around 7pm and there was no check in, we drove around for a while trying to find a spot with a fire ring per some helpful campers. There are two…
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As with most campsites, depending on your site the situation varies greatly. We stayed at site 136 which is great if you are looking for semi-decent privacy and lots of shade. Sites are close but with your fire ring off the back at this campsite you have plenty of trees between you and the next…
Kozy Rest was our first stop with our new TT. It was a wonderful first experience! Employees were happy to help and just to chat. Great camp store and super clean bathrooms and recreation hall. LOVE!
We loved our stay! We definitely lucked out with one of the best campsites; we were right next to the creek, it was super spacious and super private. There’s rough terrain so typically these sites are walk in but there wasn’t many people so they allowed us to take our truck which was very…
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We stayed here for a quick overnight stop. We have a 40’class A and flat tow a Jeep. We use both the RV Garmin 890 & RV Trip Wizard and both had us doing some crazy side roads to get into the KOA. Be sure to use the park’s directions for an easier drive in. Totally fine when we left using their…
Stayed over Mother’s Day, super wet weekend. We stayed at site 72 and was by far the wettest site in the park. The trees were fantastic and the walk to the lake is amazing! We love Geneva for the food options.
Only 2 tent spots available & prepaid in advance, wanted to stay longer but couldnt.
I think the above description written by Katie was a very authentic and eloquent way to describe the ledges quarry park separated from the actual state park. To me the ledges quarry is heaven on earth, anyone is family and all are welcome.. ✌✌also they hold AA meetings there on tues at 6p. 😊