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Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $40.00
This is your average KOA. Nightly rate includes value card discount. About 2/3 of the sites are occupied by permanent or semi-permanent residents but they are in the back section of the park. We reserved a pull-through site in advance but were told it was not available when we arrived. It appears that the campground doesn't actually have pull-through sites as advertised. You pull through into your site from the site behind you. If that site is occupied then your pull-through site becomes a back-in site. Management was accommodating and very apologetic and got me into my site without disconnecting my toad. Trash dumpsters were inconveniently located outside the park gate on the entrance road. Wi-Fi and Verizon cell worked OK. Park is located about five miles off of the interstate and you need to follow the directions on the website, depending which direction you are traveling. We probably wouldn't stay here again. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $45.00
Very friendly staff, clean park, nice swimming pool, but not a lot else to do. We also reserved a specific campsite but upon arrival was "escorted" to a different site, far away from the friends we were camping with. Told by the manager that there was a mistake made, and that there were only a few alternatives; they tried to work with us, but unfortunately the options weren't to our satisfaction. Our camping neighbors had a pitbull that would charge, growl, and bark whenever anyone walked by, drove, by, etc, starting at 6am until middle of the night. It even charged one of their employees. But since it was a "friend" of the owner, all we were told was that the dog was a big teddy bear, and wouldn't hurt anyone (famous last words). Anyway, my kids were scared to leave the trailer because of the dog, and I was afraid to have them anywhere near there. Spent a lot of time in the trailer. Very disappointing response, especially when it states in the "rules" about aggressive animals. Would not recommend this campground, due to the reservation issue, the animal issue, and the lack of activities (hiking was a walk around a pond). We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $32.00
While the staff was very friendly and helpful, we were taken aback when the staff member leading us to our site asked where we had been placed. When we told him, he asked if we would object to being placed in a site that was level. Given that, and the fact that they are so far off the beaten path and damned near impossible to retrace your steps to the Interstate, we wouldn't return. Unless, like this visit, we needed a place to stay, that had decent reviews and was in the time frame that we needed for our trip. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $40.00
Lovely quiet park in a country setting. It almost feels like you are staying at a rural farm. Easy to get to off I-71. Staff very courteous and friendly. Clean park with lots of room for walking the dogs, and if we had children, there was lots for them to so. There is a pool almost complete, a swimming lake, a fishing lake, a large open field next to a stream for exploring and even a small baseball park. We stayed for just one night, but will be back with the grand kids . We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $35.00
Beautiful park, nice quiet location. Staff was very friendly. Over air TV was OK. Pretty level sight. Good for a few days. The negatives were poor internet reception, only at the office. The trash containers were located outside the park. We clean up after our dogs and like to keep our RV clean. There is a loud pump that runs all night. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $45.00
This campground is being converted to a KOA. It is a very pretty campground, and the staff is very nice and they go out of their way to be helpful and considerate. We stayed twice, each time a 1 night stopover en route to another place. They were happy to give us a one night stay on a Friday which we appreciated. The first Friday night was Father's Day weekend so all 3 kids were free and there was a pancake breakfast Saturday morning before we left, and Dad ate free! They had a band playing on Friday night at the pavilion, and they sounded good as we were checking in. But we were too road weary to stay and listen. I wondered if we would be bothered by noise at our site, but we did not even hear them. There are lots of seasonal campers, but the sites are kept up nicely, and we found people to be very friendly. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $25.00
We stayed here mid week and there were very few people in the park. However, it looks like there are a lot of seasonal campers and the weekends would be busier. The restrooms were very nice and clean. They have a shower, toilet and sink in one personal unit. There are six of these units located in the middle of the park. Our site was on gravel but fairly level and shaded. This campground is in the country but not very far off of I-71. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $28.00
After 2 weeks in Washington DC we wanted some peace and quiet for a couple of weeks, and wanted to be close enough to Cleveland to go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. We found this place in our Passport America book and they had a spot for us even over July 4th weekend. Great owner, beautiful area (although it is in middle of nowhere) large grassy sites. I almost never give a "10" but I just couldn't find a reason not to here. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $30.00
We had a very bad experience with this park. You can only get Wi-Fi at the main office or at the pavilion. When my husband went to the pavilion with his computer, he was attacked by dogs that were not on a leash. Even after he notified the park owners, the dogs were not tied up. Their only response was that those people would be leaving the next day. In addition, the pump from the sewage treatment facility runs day and night, and kept us awake. Most of the people here are permanent residents, and not at all friendly. It's too bad, because the bathrooms were the cleanest we had seen since we left California. We will not stay here again. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $36.00
This park is a gem. Very neat, clean and well maintained. Has a nice view of the fishing lake. In the country, but not hard to get to. Helpful, friendly owner and staff. Lots for kids to do. Peaceful, quiet surroundings. We loved it. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $17.00
Best Passport America Campground that we have camped in! Lot better than the KOA that we paid $45 for the night before! Clean--not a speck of trash! Large, level fully grassed sites. Plenty of room in the park to explore--plus even a baseball diamond and bleachers! The few "permanent" sites were neat and pleasant appearing. The previously-mentioned sewer system has been completed. The laundromat only has two rather old washers and dryers, though. Before you go, remember that Passport America rates do not apply on week-ends. The owners reserve the right to refuse campers with vicious breed dogs but were very accepting of our springer spaniel and our beagle mix. A little off the beaten path but worth the drive. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $17.00
Ditto on the last reviewer (dtd July 09). Extremely clean CG and most gracious hosts. Guided us to our site and leveled us off with their on-site equipment. Would definitely recommend this CG to any traveler for any length of stay. Looking forward to our next stay if in the area. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2007 - $12.00
This place was the best. Only bad thing was no sewer but there are plans in the works. Will go back and enjoy the family atmosphere. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2006 - $25.00
Extremely clean and well cared for. Grassy, roomy sites. Clean clear swimming pond, and fishing lake. Showers excellent, management and staff helpful and very friendly. Will stay here again. A little off the beaten path, take 301 N off I-71 to Crawford Road. (approx 6 miles from I-71) Well kept Secret! Passport America Sun-thurs. Best campground ever stayed in. We camped at Homerville KOA (formerly Wild Wood Lakes) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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