Don A

No Avatar
  • Review Count 34
  • States Reviewed 20
  • Helpful Reviews 1

User Map


Reviews

Date of Stay:

The rate reflects the campground's recent association with Passport America. You will need to ask for it! The sites are level even though they don't visually look like it. Interior roads are a bit tight, but passable with care. The campground itself is very pleasant in appearance with its layout. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful when we discovered that our site's electric was fried and had to move. Location is exceptional for easy access to Fall colors. Would definitely stay here again.

Date of Stay:

Rate reflects a 1/2 day discount for a four night stay. The setting is lovely with back in sites only. The vast majority of sites back directly to the river's edge. We were here in the fall and the location and surrounding areas were fantastic for leaf peeping. Both Wi-Fi and cable TV were good. If you are an angler then you can enjoy casting ten feet from your door. Staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. If coming from the east on route 33, turn right just before the four lane. A highway sign at the turn showing camping "left." Ignore it and make the right hand turn. Would definitely stay here again.

Date of Stay:

The rate reflects an out of season discount prior to the park closing 15 October for the winter. Both the Wi-FI and cable worked well. The setting is an island one mile into Lake Ontario is has exceptional views from just about every site. Because of the distance from shopping, the ability and desire to remain in the park for your activities would be helpful. Though I would certainly stay here again, I would not be willing to pay their normal rates.

Date of Stay:

The rate reflects a blended discount using Passport America. This park is not a good choice if you are simply looking for a spot to stay overnight. It is too far from the Interstate. If, however, you need or desire to stay in the area then it is the best, if not the only choice available. The Wi-FI is offered, I was never able to get a strong enough signal to use it. Owner admitted the signal is weak. If you want TV then you will need your own satellite dish as it is too remote to receive over-the-air signals. We have stayed here before to enjoy the area that is predominately Amish farms.

Date of Stay:

This is the perfect spot to travel the east Cleveland area. No children, no noise, no hassle. I missed not having Wi-Fi, but my AT&T hotspot worked just fine. Chagrin River valley and Metropolitan Parks reasonably close. Would definitely stay here again. Owner/manager very responsive to requests.

Date of Stay:

I have mixed emotions about this park. There are three parking levels. The office level (which we stayed on), and an upper and lower level. This is a Very busy park with many fifth wheelers and trailers. Therefore, there is a significant number of diesel p/u trucks transiting going to the dumpster, coming and going out of the park, etc. I believe that I would request the "lower" or as a second choice the upper area. The staff is very friendly and firewood is provided. AT&T service is almost non-existent. WiFi service is good.

Date of Stay:

This is probably the closest campground for easy access to the Columbus area. I believe the price is only justified for this reason. The sites were quite narrow and both the road and train noise was apparent. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi worked well. I would stay here again, but prefer quieter surroundings.

Date of Stay:

Rate reflects a weekly rate. This is a nice spread out park located in the countryside. There are a fair number of long term residents, but we transients pretty much have our own area. The check-in process and site assistance could not have been more personalized or friendly. It is very quiet and the neighbors are warm and friendly to strangers. Would definitely stay here again.

Date of Stay:

One of the quietest parks I have ever stayed. A beautiful setting on two ponds. Though the county road goes right through the center of the campground there is virtually no offensive noise and our site was the close and right next to the road. I would have stayed here much longer if only there was WiFi available. Even ATT cell service was spotty so using the Iphone HotSpot was not an option. If it had WiFi I probably would have given a Ten rating. If Internet access is not important to you then I would suggest that you don't miss this park.

Date of Stay:

Only good for an over night stay. The greatest asset of this park is it's close proximity to the Interstate. Though close, highway noise was not a problem. The reason for my relatively poor rating is the rate in conjunction with the fact that I have never been so close to my neighbor as I was here. I had only the tiniest amount of room to pull out when departing. Quite a few long term tenants with work trucks taking up a good deal of space and crowding the roads. I think that I would look for an alternative park if I was to travel here again.

Date of Stay:

The pull-thru sites are extremely long. We could have put another 40' MH and toad on the space along with our own. The sites are also very wide. The park was relative quiet even though it was Labor Day weekend. The reservation staff was extremely friendly AND helpful when we needed to extend our stay. One word of advice, however, is ask for directions to your campground. We found the roads and signage to get to the campground confusing. Certainly would stay here again.

Date of Stay:

I don't believe that I have ever rated a site as TEN, but this place deserves every star. The rate reflects a disabled veteran. Though it did not offer Wi-Fi my Iphone hotspot worked just fine as did the cell phone reception. Each campsite is well built and designed to survive the test of time. The sites are adjacent to the lake and it is totally quiet and peaceful with well paved access roads. We may alter our trip plans to go back through Arkansas and stay here or perhaps other state parks that are purported to be good.

Date of Stay:

Convenient park just off the Interstate. Owner came around to each camper to ensure they were happy and didn't need anything. I like that personal touch. This is a new (2 yrs old) park that is well maintained, quiet, and clean. Would definitely stay here again as an over night stop.

Date of Stay:

The rate reflects a Passport America discount. Without that benefit I would have rated this park much lower. We are a 40' motor home towing and it was very tight maneuvering. Low branches hit the top of our coach. If it rained the pull-through spots would be mud holes. The Wi-Fi was too slow to be of any use. Though there was a page of rules, there was no diagram of the spaces. I misunderstood the directions given at the desk which required me having to exit the park, go down a divided road until a u-turn could be made, come back the other direction, make another u-turn to get back into the park and go to my spot. It is about 6 miles off the Interstate so I would definitely stay here again.

Date of Stay:

This park is a very old property on route 66 in town. The owners were friendly and helpful. It was adequate for a short term overnight stay. Its biggest advantage was that two doors away was Del's restaurant which was very popular and served good food. It did not have many spots for a big rig, but we were alone during our stay. There are other parks closer to the Interstate, but the couple of extra miles to drive into town were probably worth it.