13 RV Parks near Geneva On The Lake, Ohio
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Geneva On The Lake. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Geneva On The Lake in the left hand column.
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
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We managed to get a corner lot which was really nice. Even without the corner lot, there was plenty of room between the lots. This campground puts the full timers in the back of the campground which was also nice. They do keep up with the full timers here as there were very few that had dirty campers and there were no messy lots that I saw. Overall this was a very clean campground inside and out and the staff was extremely friendly. This is a gated campground and if you want to stay out past midnight you deposit $20 for an after hours card. We chose this option just in case and had no problem getting our deposit back. They have a doggy park as soon as you enter the campground so you can let your pooch out to exercise as you are checking in. There is an open area with a playground for the children. They have a swimming pond but no pool. There is no cable and the over air channels were spotty but the Wi-Fi was excellent and allowed streaming live television to your devices. The showers cost 25 cents for every 3 minutes. Be careful not to put more than one quarter in at a time because some people said that it did not give you more than 3 minutes. The pads for the pull through lots are gravel pads and all hook ups are convenient. Each lot has a fire pit and picnic table. The area has more wineries than you can visit in a week and there are charters for walleye and perch fishing on Lake Erie at the state park down the road. It's hard to go out on Lake Erie and not limit out on perch so happy fishing. Geneva On The Lake will take you back to the 70s for downtown strip entertainment with souvenir shops, game rooms, putt-putt, bars, etc. We would definitely stay here again. - buckeyetaz
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Closest we could get to Lake Erie, but only about 6 miles from Geneva-on-the-Lake. An adequate campground, with not a whole lot of amenities, but did have a nice playground for the kids. Rained quite a bit one day (1+"), and our site was surrounded by water for a couple of days. Positive, is that campground is gated, and must have code to get in. Power and sewer good location, but water spigot at rear of site, had to use 50' hose. - JJ & CC
Aug 2017 - $47.00
We stayed here for almost 2 weeks. The park is quiet and clean. You do have to pay .25 per 3 minutes of shower time. The rest rooms are very well taken care of. Grocery store is 5 minutes down the road. Large pull through sites. fire ring and picnic tables. - melcrena
Aug 2017 - $28.00
This is a nice campground close to the lake. The sites are asphalt and mostly level, but manageable with a couple of leveling blocks. Sites 1-37 do not have as much shade as the sites on the back loop. All sites have electric, we had 30 amps, but not sure about the other sites. There are water spigots around the campground to fill your fresh water tank, no sewer hookups but there is a dump station. NOTE that there are only 4 fhu sites out of the 100 sites. Showers and restrooms were clean, plenty of hot water. This park has some nice hiking and bike riding trails. The beach is a short drive from campground. Overall we like the location and the campground and will stay again. Also big rig friendly.. - smoky40
Aug 2017 - $28.00
Nice place; mediocre campground. If you use the bathrooms and showers like we do, you will probably be disappointed with this campground. Dated and dingy. Campsites are adequate but hardly overwhelming. You can enjoy the park without paying to camp. Worth a visit but not a repeat. - jerry6
Jun 2017 - $25.00
It's a nice park but a bit crowded, although the sites are decent size there really is no separation from your neighbors. Nice having a boat ramp right in the campground. There is a small beach although we did not use it the kids enjoyed it. We would consider staying there again. There is a pair of nesting eagles yearly in one part of the campground and they shut that part off during the raising of the eaglets. They were pretty close to being fledglings, we were in the kayaks and you can see them and the nest from the water. Site was off level front to back by probably 10" over the wheel base of our 30' motorhome. - knightab
Sep 2017 - $54.00
Spent only one night on our way east. Had a very level, gravel pull-through site so did not have to unhitch toad. The people are super friendly and very helpful. We left our surge protector behind and they mailed it to us. The campground is very clean and has lots of activities. There are a number permanent models and it's clear that people take pride in their sites. Our big disappointment was that there is no lake access, just a deck overlooking the water. - Peglegtraveler
Aug 2017 - $67.00
We were originally put in spot 234 by the pond. It was pretty muddy from the massive rain storm the day before. We asked to be moved in the open area towards the front and were given site 88. The site was open, great for satellite, able to accommodate our 45' mh and large truck with no problems. Clean park for being mostly seasonal sites. Big pools. Laundry, store, restaurant on site. - Patdrin
Aug 2017 - $59.00
Large campground. They are doing a lot of renovating, putting in many new pull throughs toward the rear in what was formally a wooded tent area. Newer sites are large and level gravel with grass in between. Two pools, one adult, one children. Many seasonal campers, well kept. Pond with ducks and fishing. Church on premises. Many activities for children. I think the sites to the rear of the camp would be quieter than the older smaller sites toward the front. But it is an active weekend campground. Lots do to for children. Nice well stocked camp store for food, wine etc. Restaurant on premises. Park is much quieter during the week. Very good new wifi throughout park. Good Verizon signal. Most new sites are satellite friendly. Gas station in the front good for gassers. FHU's good. Park cable on some sites. Roads compact gravel and easy to navigate. Park is pricey but has a lot to offer. Make sure you ask about cancellation policy as it is stiff. Look up camp map, as the reservation staff don't seem to know much about the different sites. Rt. 45 off interstate a bit easier than going though town. Staff is friendly and about as helpful as they can be. - wtravlr1
Sites: 120 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 29 Reviews
Sep 2017 - $38.00
We stayed at Thompson KOA for only 1 night in a pull thru. We pulled in to check in and on the side of the fence was grapes growing! We were escorted to our site and the owner showed us some of the amenities in the area. Great Kamp K9 for the pooches too. Great WiFi. We took a walk to the well stocked camp store and sat and relaxed in a swing right beside the huge lake. We saw tee-pees and many cabins. They have the most amazing restrooms I have ever seen at a campground! They were immaculate and had character! They even have a doggy wash area. I wish we could have stayed longer to enjoy the trails and the area. A bit off the beaten path but so worth it! This was one of our all time favorite campgrounds. - Weld304
Aug 2017 - $44.00
Loved this place. The water, the friendly service, the cleanliness of the restrooms and showers. Beautiful setting. Great Service! We were only there one night but wished we could of stayed longer. Out of the way but WELL WORTH IT!! - okhind
Aug 2017 - $44.00
Nice campground and staff. 20, 30 and 50 amp. Cable TV. Good Wifi. Good water pressure. I was in a new area that had a long pull through and spacious site. 2 sewer connections also for those that need it. Staff kept the campground clean. Nice place for an extended stay. - endlessreach
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
Jul 2017 - $40.00
We were traveling through Ohio, and we were very grateful they had a spot for one night. It is a peaceful and quiet campground to stay at. The site was A16. We stayed here in 2016 for a few days before, and now again in 2017. There are several seasonal people who stay here for the summers, but they do provide several sites for traveling RVERS. Our site was clean and had a picnic table. There is a swimming pool, activity room eith TVs., and a small lake for fishing. Our Over-the-Air TV picked up a few TV channels. Check in was efficient, and the staff was very friendly. We had full hookups with 30 amps. All the utilities worked well. They have a clean laundry room, but we did not use it this time. It is a little pricey, but it is to be expected being a Thousand Trails. We felt safe staying here, and we would stay again while traveling I-90. - Lindy White
Jul 2017 - $1.00
First stay here since the new manager took over, extremely nice person who REALLY cares about the park. Had a great conversation with her about plans for the park and hope what all she wants to do does happen. Now sites are good but could use fresh stone and better aprons for getting in & out of, will help end folks tearing up the grounds and getting stuck. The park was one of the cleanest parks we have stayed in, the staff takes pride in the grounds even down to the gentleman who cuts the grass. Wifi needs help but our Verizon worked fine. All in all a wonderful park. - DBLR
Jul 2017 - $3.00
Wide open spaces. Large sites. Well maintained. The limestone roads are a little dusty but not terrible. - The Penguin
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
Aug 2017 - $38.00
This park has been renamed "Hidden Lakes Family Campground". Stayed here for 2 nights while attending the Great Lakes Medieval Faire. A good solid place to stay. Hidden Lakes is geared more for seasonal campers, but does have a large selection of non seasonal sites. "Pull through" site is actually 2 back in sites. Site had 30 amp electrical and water. No sites have sewer, but they have a dump station that is easy to use or a truck that comes around and will empty you tanks (for a fee). Wi-Fi is available for a fee ($4 per day) I did not use the Wi-Fi so I cannot comment on whether is is good or not. We would stay here again. - BounderPounder
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
Jul 2017 - $1.00
If I had not read the reviews I would not have known how to get in the gate. The lady who checked us in was nice but seemed to be in a hurry it was 2 pm... she rushed through signing us in. We had to ask where we were to go and if there was anything going on. She never gave us a code to get back in if we left and the office wasn't open the next day. They also close pool on Tuesday's...ridiculous!! You can't get to anything on Tuesday...nothing! Can't get into fitness area to workout. Now the good...electric was new and good, hookups were good. Site was nice. The park itself was very clean. We would come back again. - DebT
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