If you like boating, camping and drinking, this is the place for you. Never a doll moment on Kelly's island. Nice facilities and great people.
- it is only about 20 years old and in good repair, clean, well kept, friendly, and close.
- it has its own beach,
- it has a boat ramp
- fishing is great
- shipwreck diving right around the corner
- in town bakery is very good
Cute island for a 3 days runaway!
The campgrounds are quite large, and as it was quite late in the season for camping we had a lot of space to ourselves. The campsites are located close to one another, and there is little tree cover between the sites which could potentially make for a less enjoyable experience at busier times of the year. The bathroom has pretty nice showers, though I would recommend showering in the evening (the water runs quite cold in the morning).
Our site looked out across the water which made for quite a different camping experience than my usual, but it was a beautiful experience that I would greatly recommend. The island really has something to offer for everyone, and the ferry ride over is something worth experiencing for those who don't have the opportunity very often.
The campgrounds are located next to some Glacial grooves which were quite interesting to see, and as the island is not very large, you're not far away from everything else either.
Clean facilities, nice shower houses. Store across the street for misc forgotten items. Beach is nice and shallow for kids with a long walkout pier for fishing. About 1.5 miles from downtown.
Sites are generally larger than many state parks.
Remember that your Golden Buckeye card gets you half off on weekdays.
Disappointed to hear that two of the prime lakefront sites will have cabins built on them in the near future!
We reserved 2 sites for 3 families (10 total people). Grounds were clean, well monitored, etc.
sites 75 & 76 have very little shade mid-day and no trees for hammocks.
all around great location for families
We will definitely be going back! Campground is on the lake and is beautiful! So many things to do! The camp is clean, has a playground, and movie night. Bath house is a typical campground bath house. We had a tent site and it was huge! Sites come with fire pit and picnic table. Beach is within walking distance of campsite.
Kelleys Island State Park is a small, family friendly campground with a beautiful beach. There are kayak rentals available, many nature trails, and fun things to do in the town as well. Be sure to check out the glacial grooves! You can bring your vehicle over on the ferry, or rent a golf cart when you get there.
The toughest part is getting there, the ferry is expensive. The part was empty when I went, and the wind off the lake was pretty strong so dress warm.