13 Parks near Geneva, Ohio
Jun 2016 - $34.00
Looked like a beautiful campground. BUT there is no satellite access. No cable TV and you can't get any local TV channels off your antenna.
Also, no Wi-Fi. We would not stay here again. It could be okay for overnight if you don't watch TV or need Wi-Fi.. Could not level even with 6 blocks under our jacks. Even with the blocks our wheels were 4" off the ground. - Micki
Jul 2015 - $35.00
We needed an overnight stop. This campground is close to the highway and quiet. We requested a pull through site and were assured they had one 100' long. Our site was long, however, it was definitely NOT level. We were just barely able to get out car into the site without unhooking (which we did not plan on doing just for one night) We were not able to really level our coach, but managed and were very glad to be staying one night. Almost all of this campground is seasonal sites. - Sojourner1986
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Beautiful park in quiet location, convenient to I-90 and Lake Erie. Well landscaped and very clean. Mostly seasonal spaces. Short-term spaces are all pull-through but not at all level front to back and some have trees to negotiate. We parked towards the back of our space and did okay. No antenna-tv reception. Must pay for wifi - $3/1 day, $5/2 days, etc. Also must pay to use AC. They do not allow electric heaters at all so beware in cool weather. The very long list of "DO NOTS" plus no tv and extra charges for wifi and AC irritated us so much we will look for another campground if back in the area. - all4pets
Aug 2016 - $40.00
An attractive and quiet campground. Entrance is gated with a keycode needed for entrance. From I-90 exit 218, drive 4.2 miles north on Ohio 534 which will take you through Geneva, OH. Signs on the left. Local roads are typical asphalt/concrete with some bumps and jiggles but nothing bad. Nice staff. CG roads are a mix of packed gravel and crushed asphalt, sufficiently wide with some trees lining the route. Turns are gentle; no overhead obstacles. Sites are long and spacious, crushed asphalt with mowed grass between sites. Good for big rigs. FHU-20/30/50. Level with water and electric at the rear and sewer nearer the middle. Picnic tables but no patios. Transient sites have ample sky for satellite antennas. Fires are permitted in fire rings. Firewood at $8 for a big bundle. Low pressure, municipal water with okay taste. Office store has trinkets, souvenirs, some RV supplies. New, clean, modern restrooms with pay showers; $0.25 for 3 minutes (score "A"). Propane sold by the tank; $23/20#, $28/30#. No laundry. Big, super playground, apparently new with something for all ages. Surface is shredded tires. No pool or spa. No cable. Free Wi-Fi which works well. Verizon coverage at 3-bars. Single stream recycling dumpster takes everything except Styrofoam. Fishing lake with a separate swimming lake. - StephenK
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We came in on Thurs and left Sun. Picnic table and fire ring on sites, nice space between sites. The only issue we had was the seasonals walk thru our site literally within in inches of where we were sitting on our site. We asked them to walk around and they got snarky. I talked to the office & they said ok. then the manager came over to us and said we swore at them. We did not. Then we had friends over, not extra fee. With the incident of the seasonals not sure we'll be back. You get a full 2 pg paper with rules they say are enforced, they are not. - Ohiojude
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Nice wooded park with large spacious sites. Seasonal sites are separated from short term sites. We moved to this park from another park in the area. Much preferred this park. We would stay there again. - Bobo Pruns
Aug 2016 - $31.00
This is a small campground geared more for medium to small RVs and tents although we did see a couple of larger motor homes enter the campground. RV would fit on site but there is no place to park towed vehicle or large truck. Bathhouse was extremely old but kept clean. The weird thing is that there are toilets/sinks in the camping loops but one must go to a centrally located shower house/laundry and most people had to drive or ride a bike to use as sites are electric only. Definitely very inconvenient. Beach area is very nice though there were no lifeguards. Washers and dryers were fairly new and $1.50 each per load. However, do not just leave your clothes in the dryers because they are smoking hot and it took only 30 of the 60 minutes to dry. Sites really do not have any vegetation to separate you from your neighbor. Verizon cell service was ok. We really did not like this state park that much and would not return. - roadking
Jun 2016 - $31.00
This place had some similarities with Maumee Bay State Park, the sites were paved back in's and a lot of grass surrounding the pads. Lots of tall trees required breaking out the portable satellite dish to get Direct TV signal. This state park is set up in 2 loops. The first loop has just a restroom, but the second loop has restrooms and a shower house. If you stay in the first loop, it's a bit of a hike to the shower house. Here once again, the cell signal was pretty bad. Even raising our antenna mast only allowed weak WiFi signal at best. It was better in the early morning and late evenings though. The restroom and shower facilities are handicapped accessible. There is a beach area not far from the campground and a walking/biking path that goes there. Dogs are allowed on the west end of the beach area. It was pretty popular and busy all during our stay. We paid $31 a night for the site. All are back in's. There are some sites that are set aside for "walk in's only" and not reserve-able. We were here over Father's Day weekend. As expected Friday and Saturday were packed, but on Sunday the place emptied out and stayed that way up til we left on Wednesday. I would stay here again. - SargeW
Oct 2015 - $33.00
This was a great park. The sites were spacious and reasonably well separated. We had good ATT signal and both OTA channels and satellite TV. The laundry facilities were some of the cleanest I've seen. There are 3 sites that are full hook up and this was one. There is a grocery 5 miles away. Although the park is on Lake Erie, the campsites are not. The hiking trails are nice too. - cascan
Sep 2016 - $58.00
Only an over night stop. Their season runs until Sept 10. This is primarily a seasonal camper resort, but of a higher quality than we've seen this season. FHU site with cable TV, free WiFi, a patio slab and picnic table. All worked as they should. Verizon and ATT, both voice and data were excellent. Bathrooms are immaculate. Tile floors and some tile up the walls. This facility even has a gas station. Ate a nice meal at the site cafe. - moderate camper
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Great resort park near Lake Erie with tons of amenities, and a nice pull through with full hook ups for $25 with PA. Here in a Monday, so nice and quiet...we had the pick of several sites. - Ron and Terri
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Passport America was for 2 nights only during the week. Mostly seasonal. Two pools, 1 for families and 1 for adults. School had started so it was pretty much empty. Would be packed during the summer. The place is Huge! The whole place is very well kept up. All the supplies and food you will need is available. No access to the lake, but a small deck to stand on. - russ1102
6445 Ledge Rd Thompson, Ohio 44086 (map) | (440) 298-1311
Sites: 120 | Latest Rate: $35.00 | 22 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We are locals who stayed here during a family crisis. This is the kind of campground I would look for when I travel. The park was clean, the people friendly, the Wi-Fi better than a lot of parks we have stayed in. The park is some distance from I-90 but worth it. If you plan to explore the local Grand River Valley wineries this is a great place to base your exploration. If the park has one drawback it is the gravel road you need to take to reach it. But that isn't the fault of the owners and by using Mosely Rd to get to Ledge Rd you can cut down on the amount of gravel road traveled. - tomboy257
Sep 2016 - $39.00
This is a new KOA but the park has been around for several years. It was an easy 4 miles off Hwy 90 although the last mile is a mixed gravel and asphalt but no real big deal - you are in the country!
The park is exceptionally well-maintained with a lovely lake in the center. Everything was spic and span clean and tidy, the on-site owners very nice and helpful. Wifi worked just fine, the site was level - no complaints. Although we just stayed overnight, there seemed to be plenty of amenities for the whole family. Lots of seasonal campers - all who kept their sites is great condition. We'd come back in a heartbeat! - alm
Oct 2015 - $40.00
I would give this park a better rating except that I am sitting here listening to loud music from the campers across the street who not only play their hip-hop loud but also have disco lights emanating from their stereo. The site is difficult to level with air only leveling as it is not level front to back. We are on site G11 and if your sat dish is in the rear of your coach you will get satellite but if it is in the front you won't. Also, trust your GPS when you tell it to skip gravel roads. If you follow the campground signs you get 2 miles of rough gravel roads. So if you don't mind an out of level, party campground, you will enjoy it here. - Vagabond
Jul 2015 - $25.00
The name of this campground now is LILY OF THE VALLEY CAMPGROUND. Please see our review of Lily of the Valley. - DANANDHISBETTERHALFJUDY
Jul 2011 - $8.00
This is a small campground, family friendly with a pond where campers can go fishing. Across the street is the Thompson Ledges Park, which is a lovely place that few people know to appreciate. It is not far from Geneva Ohio, there are nearby coffee shops with Wi-Fi access. The campground has a washer and dryer, the owner is friendly and outgoing. We camp there each summer and enjoy the family friendly atmosphere as well as the outgoing staff. It is small, not ritzy or new; but it is a nice, not overpriced campground. Any time I have had issues or concerns the staff there has dealt with them quickly with a smile. - gypsysojourner
Sep 2016 - $3.00
Our first stay at this park, and we would definitely return. The park is well kept (outside of the potholes that seem to be common at all TT parks). While there are a number of seasonal sites, they seemed to be very well kept, with each one having had improvements done to it.
The nightly rate is reflective of us holding a family courtesy card and getting the site for just the $3/night additional charge for 50A.
One caution if you are coming in the fall of 2016: if you are using the directions on the website, route 45 is closed just north of the intersection with Jefferson Eagleville Road, and Forman Road is closed to local traffic only (passable but torn up) just south of route 307. We found that Allen Road was an acceptable route from route 45 to Forman Road and allowed us to avoid both of these construction projects. Hopefully construction will be completed "soon". - pattic777
Jul 2016 - $3.00
First time here, we found it to be very well kept, grounds are beautiful. We are TT members and wanted 50 amp hence the $3 charge. Stayed here for our 14 days. Staff is very friendly. AT&T worked well. Sites are big (we stayed here in a 40 footer), included fire pit and picnic table. Good power and water pressure. - walt66
Oct 2015 - $1.00
Last camping of the season. Received Thousand Trail membership with purchase of our new motorhome so thought to give them a try. Was after the "season" so pool and other amenities were already shut down. But the campground looked very nice with lots of open space. This is primarily a membership resort with a few spots available for non-members. Many sites were occupied with "permanent" guests. Club house looked like it could be enjoyable in season. Noted that pool and facilities were quite a distance (300 - 500 yards) away from the sites.
Clean and well cared for. - Tireman9
Aug 2015 - $25.00
I stayed 3 nights, the gentleman that greeted us was very friendly.
There are so many old dilapidated trailers,campers,machinery and junk at the site it is like sleeping in a junkyard. Our water was one of three hoses off of another hose. There was a dump station, but the road to get to it was so bad I didn't want to drive my 5th wheel on it.
When I was looking for a campground on another app I searched for Thompson Ohio. This one and another came up. They both had four star rating, one was $40 and this one was $25. I got back on the app and showed my wife all the great pictures of the place, she hit the map and it came up Thompson road in Virginia, wrong park. - Lindas Old Man
Jul 2015 - $25.00
I spent two and a half months at this park as a seasonal. I set the bar pretty low as to customer satisfaction after talking to the manager. The live on site manager is a good man that works hard trying to keep this park running. He is fighting and unfortunately losing a uphill battle with the owner. Most of the improvements that the manager has attempted to get accomplished working through the owner has failed; most of the roads in the park are only partially gravel covered and are uneven and full of potholes making only higher ground clearance vehicles able to navigate them well. None of the underground waterlines have been repaired, leaving a bunch of garden hoses running over a significant portion of the property. I water hose was one of three, yes a tri-gate. My space was across the road from the single garbage dumpster on the property. It was only emptied after a very stern complaint to the manager. The space that I occupied was level and pretty well graveled, but is was only one of five in the park. When I arrived I was promised that a grey water drain pipe would be installed by the work crew. It never happened. Finally, the WiFi that was provided by a private company that you subscribe to was very good but was shutdown without any notice to the campers because the owner didn't want to pay for a telephone land line any more. He refused to reimburse me for my lost WiFi costs. Lily of the Valley is adequate for overnight camping, but then so is a truck stop. I rated this campground a "3", with the manager earning a "10" and the owner a "1". - DANANDHISBETTERHALFJUDY
Jul 2010 - $41.00
Staff is most agreeable and helpful. We got lost and were very late arriving. We called her and she waited for us, led us to our campsite near the restrooms/showers and made sure we were set up before she left. Facilities clean and small lakes inviting. We were very pleased with our stay both nights. We used this as a base for touring the sites in nearby Kirtland. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. The Canadian geese were plentiful and so was their droppings, but by staying in the gravel driveway and walkways we could avoid it. This is really a nice place. - jlp9mm
Aug 2016 - $13.00
Rate reflects Coast to Coast plus friend rate. Check-in was delayed because electric gate was down and no one was in the guard house. Another camper behind me came up to tell me that I had to press a button to get an answer. Once in, the check-in at the office was easy.
We were directed to the camping area that is advertised as pull-through. It is pull-through only if there is not another camper on the other end of your site. It is "first come, first serve" and many campers had taken too much space, so that limited the options on which sites were actually usable. Available sites were back-in, so unhooking the toad was mandatory.
Our neighbors at the site informed us that another motor home had pulled into the site and left after a short time. We soon learned why. Hooking up to the water was an ordeal because the wooden support for the hose bibs had rotted off at ground level so that left the outlet hose as the only support for four outlets. The 30 amp service was not usable. Measured voltage was only 103 volts at the pedestal. Attempting to change the refrigerator from gas to electric reduced the voltage in the motorhome to 85 volts. Clearly, the attempted use for the AC unit would probably damage the unit.
Complaints to management resulted in them reassigning us to a different section of the campground, with the caveat being that they couldn't promise anything. We inspected the newly assigned sites and they were normal household 20 amp receptacles. Before moving the unit, I measured the voltage which was only 104 Volts.
It was clear that staying at this campground was not a viable option, given the temperature and the need to use our normal appliances without risking damage to them.
This campground was well kept for the permanent residents. The section for others was anything but that. The grass needed mowing and the water and electric service was abysmal.
We left and will never visit this campground again. - Lakewood90
Jul 2016 - $49.00
After looking at the website for Millbrook RV Resort, we drove 1 1/2 hours to check out the facility in person before driving our Class A there. Upon arrival we learned that this is a CAMP COAST TO COAST park and is NOT open to the public. Don't waste your time driving to this park if you aren't a member. - Tammy7
Aug 2013 - $10.00
Rate reflects RPI rate. Nice park, lots of long term residents but sites are kept neat and tidy. No junk laying around. We do not understand why there are no sewer hook ups. Not even for the long term spots. Everyone was having to use their 'blue boys'. We were there for only two nights and probably will not return. - User2209