Date of Stay: July, 2008
Awesome place, wish we would have had more time to stay there. Just stopped here overnight on the way to Ocean City. Had a nice pull thru site, very spacious, easy in/out. Great amenities, pools, hot tub, sauna, big screen tv, restaurant, mini golf, game room. Friendly staff too. You could book tours of DC right from campground. I will definitely visit this park again.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
Camped for five nights here last week. Please note that the address on the brochure is not the location of the campground. Had a hard time finding this place, there is not an entry campground sign on the main road indicating where to turn. Campground is down a winding road (next to airport and golf course). Two pools both small; one of which I believe is a saltwater pool. Beach is small but you can walk out to sandbars in middle of bay: pretty neat. Wi-Fi signals are very poor. All in all, nothing special or luxurious about this place. If you have stayed in any Myrtle Beach campground, this place doesn't even come close to luxurious. Also, no night life or activities, pretty boring place, kids were pretty bored. The location is not bad, very close to the bridge to get to the OC boardwalk. I probably will try a different park next year.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
This is a great place for families. Camped here with husband, two children, 12 years old, and 1 dog. What a blast had by all. The kids were busy all the time which made it nice for the adults! The only thing that I did miss was cable TV, that would have been nice. I will definitely go back to Erie KOA
Date of Stay: July, 2007
If you have a boat or jet ski, this is the place for you. We felt that without having a motorized water vehicle we did not get the full appreciation for this campground. The sites are very narrow and situated up high and when you step out of your trailer you may end up dropping down a very high embankment. The campground does not have a pool, however the water park is available for a price and is not worth the price at all. Very outdated and I actually saw many children bang their heads off of the walls of the water slides, my daughter and I felt it was unsafe, as compared to newer high tech parks. There is not to many close places to shop for grocers, beer etc... make sure you bring your own. Also, no shopping malls, movies or entertainment close by. My daughter 12 yrs old, and was bored stiff. I highly doubt that we will ever go back to this place.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
Nice campground situated at the entrance of Presque Island, Lake Erie. Connects directly into a wonderful bike trail & bay. Across the street (busy main street) is the beach side. No swimming pool, very crowded, limited things for children to do, but very close to the wonderful State Park. Close to amusement park, restaurants, shopping, beach access. Great sunsets over the lake!!