Read the preceding reviews, must have gotten lucky. The park was quiet, no dogs barking. The seasonals had a bonfire but were quiet. Did not check the showers or bathrooms. I was greeted politely by the lady at the counter, as a matter of fact she called me earlier the day to find out my arrival time and to advise me that there was a severe storm warning for 4:30. Sure enough I arrived at 4:30 and was in the middle of the storm. Sat in parking lot until it let up. Was given a shade site so no TV, decent 30 amp. Did not hook up to water as we are here for one night before moving on. AT&T had good signal. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $30.00
We've been campers for many years and this campground was the worst place we've ever stayed. The dogs barking all day, and into the night was bad enough, but the owners lack of caring was worse. The seasonal campers do whatever they like is complete disregard to others around them. The bathrooms were a disgusting mess. No one is cleaning them. I know this because someone left a filthy razor in the shower soap dish and after a week it was still there! The bathroom is dark with very few lights working. The female owner is rude and very unprofessional. They take your money, promise you a very quiet stay and it's very far from it. The dumpster says "no fish" but smells like it's a dumping ground for dead fish. Unfortunately the tenting sites are right next to the stinky dumpster. The best part of this campground was in my rear view mirror. I would rather sleep in a parking lot then ever stay at this campground ever again. For a championship golf course you'd expect the campground to be nicer. Huge disappointment. Save your money, don't stay here! We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Tent.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $25.00
Horrible camping. The seasonal campers allow their dogs to run around off the leash, bothering my dog, on my site, who was on a leash. They allow their dogs to bark for hours on end, and the bathrooms are a dump! Lights not working, dirty showers. Dumpster reeks of rotting, dead fish. Overall the place sucks. Not worth returning. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $14.00
This campground leaves a lot to be desired. First the seasonal campers are rude. Barking dogs at all hours. Campers leaving their dogs unattended for 6 or more hours, leaving the campground sounding like a kennel. Seasonals do not leash their dogs. The place is terrible. Restrooms are dated, dirty and downright disgusting. We left early just to get away from all of it. The best part of this campground is seeing it in your rear view mirror. Don't waste your money. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Tent.
Unless you want to golf here, pass this place up. The sites are little more than a grass field with scattered electrical boxes. Many have ratty old trailers parked on them. The ground must get very soft in wet weather, as there are tire tracks indenting the ground everywhere, which leads us to believe that it could be a problem getting in or out during periods of rain. If you do stay here, the RV park is located down the gravel road you see JUST to the left when you drive in. DO NOT drive a rig of any size past this road, unless you want to back back down it. Also, should you drive up toward the Pro Shop, watch out for the low hanging electrical wires! Park and walk up to the pro shop to register. The golf course is nice, and well maintained. They really should put some work into the RV park section. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $25.00
We love amenities: Wi-Fi, sewer, cable, etc. This campground lacked them, but we liked it anyway. We got a site where we could see the golf course, and we had all the room in the world. We are golfers, so we used the 'stay and play' on the 2nd night. There is a winery close-by with wonderful food. And Conneaut is a fun town to visit also. Hosts are friendly and helpful. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $12.00
We stayed here for most of the month of August, so they gave us a monthly rate of $300, which worked out to about $12.50 a day for our stay. We stayed on site #48 which is a huge back in just as you enter the campground area. A gorgeous view of the pond (with fountain), horse barn and golf course. Staff was very friendly, stopping to chat when out and about taking care of business. They have a honey-wagon service...every Monday the honey wagon comes along and takes care of the tanks for $12.50. Even though the dump station was less than 100 yards from our door, we appreciated this service! The campground is a hike from pretty much anything. And there's nothing as far as a pool or hiking trails (no one is allowed on the golf course unless they're golfing). However, this is the second time we've camped here and we'll no doubt be back. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We're not golfers and were only looking for an inexpensive two overnight stop. The campground is a bit long in the tooth, as well as in the grass. In spite of an earlier review, there are still 10+ seasonal units, including one or two that appear permanently attached to the ground. We appeared to be the only transients over two weekday nights. There are no restroom facilities in the campground; instead, one goes to the pro shop at the golf course, a fair walk. The people in the pro shop were very friendly and welcoming. It took two bags of lego blocks to level the motorhome. We had electric available but for water, the nearest connection was on the other side of the adjacent site (50 feet). For mid-week golfers, definitely worth it, but for transients, the $15 was plenty to pay. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Motorhome.
If you are golfers, this is a great place for you, but if you are looking for children’s playgrounds, swimming pools, and hayrides, then you won’t like this campground. The new owners have been concentrating more on golf course improvements but you can see that they are starting to make some headway on the campground. Nearly all of the permanent sites have been cleared out. The owners and staff were very helpful and went out of their way to make us feel welcome. The golf course is extremely nice with 18 of the best-maintained greens I have ever seen and it is very reasonable, particularly if you get their $49 Weekday Stay and Play package, which we did. Then we stayed another night with our Passport America for $15. So for $64 we got two rounds of golf and two nights camping. We would have stayed longer but our schedule didn’t permit it. I couldn’t rate the campground higher because it doesn’t have sewer but the dump is very conveniently located for use on your way out of the campground. We stayed in site 48 and it was a very large and level site. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Motorhome.
We stayed here overnight on our way to Niagara Falls. We had a lot of rain and had water all over our site. It was gone in a couple of hours. This would be a good place to stay if you love playing golf. We might stay here again. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2007 - $13.00
Found this campground thru Passport America directory. It is small with mostly seasonals, but they do have sites available. Ours was a decent sized pull-thru. This place is for self contained units, the bathrooms are over at the golf course. The campground abuts the golf course and they have a great stay and play package. $49 for 1 night and two rounds of golf with a cart. $12.50 is the PA rate. Very nice golf course but the campground leaves a bit to be desired, but OK for our purposes. We camped at Windy Hill Golf Club and Campground in a Motorhome.