Date of Stay: June, 2014
Easy access, and good signs on the way. Very rustic campground. All hookups were adequate, the water spigots are below the ground in a hole. Beware that for every two campsites, the hookups are on the same posts, therefore each camper pulls in different. And you will be facing your neighbor. Very awkward. As you and your neighbor sits under the awning, you seem like you are camping with them. Weird. The pool was nice but dirty. Every day we took our fishing minnow net and skimmed the pool and got all the bugs out before we went swimming. Typical run down campground. The owner is extremely nice and doesn't put up with rowdy, noisy people. He accommodated every request we had. The internet was very reliable. It was a good place to spend the night, but not an extended stay destination. If you have a visitor to visit, they will be banned from the pool, I guess liability issue? The campground needs a lot of work. We would possibly stay again if we needed a place to sleep, but not stay long.
Date of Stay: May, 2014
We have been coming here for years and still love it. They renovated the pool concrete surface. Very nice. They still don't have lounge chairs to lay in, we just bring ours from the camper. They have a brand new, much needed website w/ reservations. Very nice employees that are helpful, Wi-Fi was good. Not extremely fast, but enough for what we need. Most sites were level and graveled. Everything was really clean.
Date of Stay: August, 2013
This large campground is almost full of permanent campers. Most are older models that are really ran down, which makes the whole campground look bad. Sites are very small and difficult to extend slides and awnings without hitting trees or camper next to yours. Low hanging tree limbs hanging down. Pools are nice. Cable is good. Bathhouse's are nasty. Only wireless is near the pool and at the office. Power went off two times during our stay. One major problem are the mosquitoes. Teenagers on golf carts are a problem. Staff are very friendly, and know that improvements are needed. But with a large corporation owning this campground, funds are limited on their behalf. Beware if the clouds get thick, the manager will close the pools for hours, anticipating a storm. We will probably not return.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Resort is well maintained, groomed, and clean. All concrete pads. The resort is very busy, and doesn't allow bicycles or golf carts. Very pricey, but worth it when buying theme park ticket packages. Shuttle bus takes you any where you want to go in the park. Never had to wait longer than seven minutes. But then again, the theme park is walking distance anyway. Check in wait was around twenty minutes. Being right on Lake Erie had awesome views. Be warned that there is one way on and one way off Sandusky, so, traffic is a nightmare during peak park hours. Requesting certain sites or areas even a year in advance, is not even considered we learned when we checked in. Free wireless would have been nice, at the cost of these camp sites. Overall, very nice resort.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Excellent campground. Stayed here for three nights. Nice facilities. Very quiet and family oriented. They have a LONG list of rules, and were appreciated for a nice, quiet stay. They will guide you to your site. Cleanest bath houses on the planet. Pool was very clean, warm, and monitored. The young owners live onsite and were here all the time. Grounds were well maintained. Free wireless worked great. Big rig friendly. Wished we lived closer to enjoy more often. GPS was accurate, and signage wasn't an issue. Has state signs going all the way to the campground.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
Used to be Thousand Trails membership campground. New corporation ENCORE bought it. It is still just an average older campground, that needs a lot of work. Most sites are small, and the bigger sites are filled with seasonal campers. The staff were very nice and helpful. The pools were ice cold and the sites were grown up with weeds. Wi-Fi is not free. Hot water in the bath house runs out fast. Overall, a decent campground.
Date of Stay: November, 2011
Very nice and clean campground. We really didn't take advantage of the amenities, since the weather was cool. We were looking for a place to take the kids camping. After arriving, we were informed that campfires were not permitted. The next morning, we left to go to another campground that allowed campfires. We might stay here again if looking for a place to sleep only.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
Campground was right beside the interstate, but the noise wasn't bad. I guess the trees absorbed the sound. The park is clean and the staff was friendly. It is an older ex KOA campground and could use some touching up.The pool had just been remodeled and was very nice. Looks like they do not mow the grass too often. There are several permanent sites that need to be removed. The trailers look terrible and ruin the campgrounds reviews. The wooded sites are average size, but the pull-through sites are really narrow for RV's with slides. The location is perfect for overnight sites. Not really a long stay destination. We will stay here several times more this year.
Date of Stay: August, 2011
The campground is old and the sites are narrow. Just about all sites are on a hill. It looked like they never mow the grass or maintain anything. The bathouses were somewhat clean. There is no soap, paper towels, or toilet paper in the bathouses, I guess you are suppose to bring your own. The pool was nice, but there wasn't much chlorine in the water. If you are a big rig I wouldn't try getting into this campground. The staff was nice, but not overly friendly. The next time we are in this area, I think that we will look for a better campground.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
Nice campground but crowded. Most campers were from Quebec and speak mostly French. The Super Sites are a must but are too expensive. The rest of the park is wooded and muddy. Streets are paved and they have four pools. Wi-Fi cost extra. You would think at this nightly rate, everything would be included. Even maid service. The campground staff wasn't very friendly, long lines for check-in. The beach was 2.5 miles away. The reserved parking lot for 160 vehicles was really handy. The bike path was very nice, but just a little too long for children to ride to the beach every day. The fighter jets flew often, but we loved them, just knowing that is the sound of our freedom. The water pressure is extremely low during peak times. The super site area is very well groomed. We have never paid $80.00 a night before and never will again. We will not return.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
Campground is nice and clean. The shaded pull through sites (30/50 amp) will take two or more sewer hoses to reach. The facilities are really clean, staff is friendly, activities for the children were great. Yogi Bear was present. No golf carts allowed was a blessing!! Overall, the campground was a typical Yogi Bear facility, charge extra for everything. Paying extra for children is really too much. Before long, I am sure they will start charging extra to use the bath houses. The train does come by, but it is at a distance and didn't pay much attention to it. We probably would look around for another place to stay if in the area, that didn't charge extra for everything.
Date of Stay: June, 2011
Good small campground. It is a very old campground, but it was well taken care of. The new owners were making improvements. The pool was remodeled and clean. New electrical and water was being upgraded. The Wi-Fi worked well. No bathhouse available, just a bathroom with one shower. And they were run down a bit. Probably clean, but we chose not to use them. Great playground for the children. A pet donkey was interesting. Well stocked store onsite. Overall, a good quiet place to stay. We will stay here again if in the area.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
This campground should be the standards in the camping industry. The sites are level and spacious. Trees are between each site for a lot of privacy from your neighbor. All facilities were spotless and in great working condition. The owners are always around and very friendly. Activities were planned all weekend for everyone and a nice church service on Sunday. If you are in this area, you have got to stay here.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
Looking for a campground to go tent camping and picked Claboughs Campground. Not very impressed with the tent section. 20 foot of gravel in between the road and small creek.The campground has a major problem with ducks near the creek. Duck droppings every where. There were near 100 ducks quacking all night long. The bath house was clean and air conditioned. The pool and lazy river was great. The staff were perfect and very friendly. I think we will not be back. It would probably be OK if you were in a camper.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
Well, after seven different visits to this campground through the years, hoping it would get better, this was our last visit. The restrooms were nasty, no paper towels, bugs everywhere, and dirty. The water slide needs cleaning, and they need to get all the debris out of the catch pool. All the rental boats were half full of water and have never been cleaned. The whole campground is almost full of permanent sites. Believe me: everyone here has a golf cart. A lot of the golf carts are gas operated and are extremely noisy. And they ride their carts all day and half of the night. A loud band shows up on the weekend and blasts the music through the campground. The campsites are extremely tight. Last visit, my awning was touching another camper. The sewer pipes are an odd size PVC and sewer odor escapes around the connector, causing a bad odor. The only reason that we rated them a three was of the pool for the kids. They advertise being big rig friendly. Not true. If your RV is over 30 foot, be aware that you might not fit. We will not return to Lake Myers Campground!