We went at the end of September, off peak season. Instantly notice how huge this KOA was. Whole rows of the various types of sites, lots of cabins and housing as well. Lots of kids activities as well.
We stayed at a deluxe pull thru. Very nice, good space between neighbors. Overall good KOA, no issues and we had a great trip.
Things to note: It has a very large seasonal section There are train tracks in front so you will hear the train several times a day. Very little shade (consideration for summer) Close to Cedar Point
Nice site in Northern Ohio!
Very kid friendly. Clean bathrooms. Full hookups available. My kids had a blast!
If you like KOAs nd want to be close to Cedar Pointe tthis is the campground. Much cheaper then the Cedar Pointe campground.
This campground has lots to do on the weekends. Fairly large campground. Has nice clean pools, lots of things for the kids to do: play at the parks, rent bikes, swim, jumping pillow….all the workers that drive around are super friendly. Clean bath houses with laundry facilities and minutes away from Cedar Point.
The cabins are spacious with tons of outdoor space on each cabin lot. Fishing, boats, hot tubs, and lots of other activities on the grounds. Fun things to do in the surrounding area like Perry’s Caves.
The campground was in pretty good shape. It's location is amazing for getting around the area. We took trips to Vermillion, Put-in-Bay and Cedar Point. All within about 30 - 60 minutes of driving. The restrooms could use updating, but apart from that it's a really great campground.
The campground is clean and well organized. Lots of options available. We had no trouble booking a Pop Up site last minute.
WiFi weak lots of close train activity.
sites with full hookup are very tight nice playground with jumping pillow Very Friendly staff Nice list of Craft activities Train does go by frequently and the tracks are close. The noise didnt bother us. way cheaper than staying at cedar point and worth it.
We’ve stayed here a couple of times and rented one of the cabins. It’s a clean and well maintained KOA, but it’s gets crowded.
They have a nice campstore, restrooms, playground and and pool. It’s a good location for fishing, exploring Lake Erie or hitting Cedar Point.
It doesn’t feel like camping to me when we are so close to everyone.