If you have the chance to stay on a lake front site, do it here! My family has been going to Kelleys Island for over 150yrs, and we live it to this day. The sites are the perfect size, with enough parking either at your site or the extended parking lot by the Ranger station. Kids get the most out of this campground, with Ranger learning experiences, theatre on the weekends, and Ranger educational hikes throughout the week. This is my ultimate happy place because the Island is 5 miles by 5 miles, so bicycling is key, there are many trails for bikes and foot traffic. The quarries are beautiful, the history is so amazing. If you vo the last week of July, they usually have a huge festival called, "Islandfest". Which is a must see.