Jim L.


Aliquippa, PA

Joined March 2020


From route 19 north read this

I have to put this on here…… If you are coming from route 19 north about 10 miles from intestate 79 past the Stonewall Resort there is a huge dip in the road. I missed part of the huge dip that swallowed my camper and left it bouncing around the road This is just a FYI 😁 Good luck and happy camping

A wonderful holiday

What a wonderful weekend and 4th of July holiday. We booked this site A12 a little bit late and didn't get to pick a water front property. The A & B sites seems to be the original camping area. A&b are a little bit run down and very tight with some tricky parking for a rv or camper. The rest of the park is wide open and looks like very easy parking. We were happy to get to see fireworks on the 4th even though our dog didn't care for them. Everyone we came in contact with was friendly Would recommend to visit

Carp carp and more carp

I'm not sure why they have this as a separate camp but this is where the spillway is

Where ducks walk on fish

Save that old loaf of bread so you can feed the carp. Look up to spot a bald eagle beautiful sunsets and sunrise's Have to go at least 1time to this park. I will bet you that you will come back

Great park but no rv sites

This is a great place just of interstate 79. Been going there since I was a kid. In fact my family used to own property near by. This park has an awesome trail system for walking or biking

Excellent location

This place is a great place to watch the sunset. Lake Erie has the best sunsets east of the Mississippi lots of things to do from fishing for walleye or perch or just out on a watercraft. This property is maintained by the Erie Port authority.

This place is packed

I used to really enjoy this beautiful Campground area. I would normally give it a 5 star but this last trip I had to lower my rating. 1st off felt like I was being watched by 1 of 14 camp host's in fact the one I had to deal with in the 1st loop was just not nice and rude. Then there's the neighbors we had. OMG they were aweful. They even called the rangers on us for an extension cord plugged into their box. I was just trying not to have it out in the open for my kids, wife, and grandkids to trip over cause it's plugged into my box. LOL, it's not like they are getting charged for it and we both have electric.
So, it's kinda tight most of the sites. But there are a few that are really nice too with lots of space

Great place for whatever your passion

My wife Tammy and I just got back from the outflow rec camping area this is a perfect place to see Ohiopyle and the Laurel Highlands

Family fun for everyone

Great place with a lot of things to do for everyone Pool Fishing Hiking

Awesome location

This is a quiet little park right on the water

Awesome sunset

Great place to camp, fish, boat, and do much more. I love the fact that you can tie your boat or wave runner right at most of the sites. Just no booze

Dog Friendly

This park is one of my favorites in Ohio at this time. Most of the sites are some what private. There are many trails and even a fog park next to the lake.

Great place

This is an excellent ran Army Corp camping area. Great fishing and great family place

Almost Heaven

Very friendly place except for the firewood lol yes it just didn't want to burn other than that it a beautiful place great trails beautiful scenery Gods Country

Can't wait to go again

Great place

Great place to park fish and enjoy wildlife. Bring your camera fishing rods or hicking boots


This place is a dump. The owner is a donkey. Avoid at all costs

Raccoons raccoons and deer

This is my go to spot for camping when I have to just get away from it all. It's close to home plus it is a great place to take the dog out to swim and chase geese and ducks. A great little beach area to lay out and enjoy the 🌞 sun. The hiking trails are in excellent condition and the park keeps them clear of fallen debris.