21 RV Parks near Lindsey, Ohio
May 2007 - $25.00
Actually - we left. It was very crowded with lots of vehicles coming and going on poor gravel roads. Not much width or turning areas. Seemed to be lots of seasonals. Friendly bunch, but way too crowded for our tastes. - CacheMann
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This Park is now Seasonals only. No nightly, weekly, or monthly. - DoggieDaddy
Aug 2011 - $30.00
We stopped here for one night and ended up staying for three. Extremely nice hosts, and a very well kept park. While not near some of the major restaurants there was an Applebes, and Bob Evans fairly near by. A great bakery is in downtown Gibsonburg too. If you want a quiet leisurely place to stay this is it. Water pressure and electric was very good, and the sites reasonably level with a good distance between campers. We would have rated it higher if they would have had a laundromat and Wi-Fi. - buckeye1268
Jul 2011 - $35.00
Used as overnight stop only - fairly long drive from I-80. To get into park you have to navigate around low overhanging and decorative boulders on the road edges and corners. Pull through sites only available for overnight stays, $30 for 30 amp, extra $5 for 50 amp. Note: pull through sites are better set up for truck towing 5th wheel or trailer, rather than motorhome towing a vehicle due to the placement of the hookups. Fire pits are positioned mid way on the site, not front or rear, so no air flow between sites. No security on site after hours, or anyone to contact. I would not go back. - annmarieh
Aug 2016 - $20.00
The Wyandot Service Plaza is a very convenient place to spend an overnight when traveling on the Ohio Turnpike. The RV lot is a paved parking lot with pull-through sites and 20/30/50 amp electricity. A dump station and potable water are also available. Cost is $20 in cash at a self pay kiosk. There is some road noise so you may want to run a fan overnight for "white" noise. It is a short walk to the service plaza which has restaurants, a coffee shop, a convenience store and bathrooms. There is also plenty of green space for walking a dog. There are several of these RV travel facilities on the Ohio Turnpike and we have found them to be satisfactory. - JoyceM
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Easy overnight place to stop while traveling East on the Turnpike. It's nothing more than a blacktopped parking lot but it does have 50a power which worked fine. The parking lanes are just long enough to handle a 40' rig but you will have to disconnect your tow/towed. There is plenty of room to park a vehicle alongside. There is a dump station if needed. The potable water supply was not useable though - it's a hand pump and I couldn't get suction to start the water flowing. When's the last time you used one of those! Given the amount of traffic that flows in and out of the service plazas and that the camping lot is not secure, we felt a little exposed especially when the door handle on the RV rattled around midnight. Nothing happened and we didn't see anyone around but it did unnerve us a bit. In a pinch, we'd stay at one again. - Born2Roam
Sep 2014 - $20.00
This is a parking lot with electric pedestals. It is a nice level lot, well laid out, and has a dump station. The restrooms available are in the main service plaza building. This is a good place for a night of sleep and a good value in our opinion. - Full Timer 2006
Aug 2005 - $10.00
Nice primitive camping site. We enjoyed this scenic place. There are some nice walking trails. You are surrounded by trees and right next to the river. Lots of room for the family. The bathrooms were typical for s state park. - TomG
Sep 2015 - $1.00
A delightful place to stay. We had a pull though site with full hookups. It was very quiet and an easy place to find. We took the ferry to Put-In-Bay and to see the peach memorial. This place has a small golf course, a hotel and a cafeteria. I would recommend this as a good place to stay. - rolling homeless
Aug 2015 - $10.00
Sites are level and spacious. Interior roads are paved and easy to maneuver. Park grounds well maintained but pool areas are lacking (sauna not working, outside whirlpool dirty). The park was perfect for us as we did not spend much time in the park due to sightseeing in the area. Park was like a ghost town given the time of year. No planned activities. Pools were open. Check in at security building. Day shift shift security guard not friendly or welcoming, thus low service rating. No other service provided. - Mustcamp
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Stayed here 6 yrs ago and doesn't seem to have changed much if any. Security comes on strong, but doesn't seem to enforce much. Conditions for hookups is still poor...water hookups bent, electric boxes in poor deterioration causing concern and not being fixed or cared for as evidenced by more than 20 boxes looked at all needing replacement due to elec flashing. Sewer hookups , many many broken yet serviceable, when security contacted, explanation was lawn mowing caused it. Wifi was so slow, used my smart phone. Reservations were for Coast 2 Coast practically unavailable (only 3 slots) and yet park was less than 20% filled! To be fair, campsites roomy and easy access. Location for local amenities is what drew us back a second time, but have initiated another look for other sites. My Coast 2 Coast got me a $ 30 slot instead of a $10 per my membership. Not much value for a campground in obvious decline with so much to offer. Reservation help does not seem too concerned about customers concerns. - rahangman
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Small, very well kept park. Sites are very long, paved and very wide. Grass is good with young trees. Water pressure is good. You need to check in at the conference center which is a large building Northeast of the RV park. Be advised that pets are allowed in the RV park only, nowhere else on the post. If your dog needs a long walk you will make a lot of circles in the park. - KD7UCH
Apr 2017 - $1.00
RV Park is located on Camp Perry base. Every weekend is like the Fourth of July due to firearm range on the base. Expect military drills. There is a nifty arrangement of tanks, helicopters, etc. near the PX. Public rifle range but air rifles only. Pistol range is minimum 50 yards. Sites are 45 feet long and paved. They are all back in. Grassy, well kept, level sites. Shade trees have been planted but they are still pretty young. Power stayed on even in storms. Water pressure decent. Very near Lake Erie and the pier. You must register at the conference center which sits right on the Lake Erie shore. Dogs are permitted ONLY in the campground. Wifi is available only in the conference center but it is very good and free. Sewer connection a little different as there is manhole type cover and there is no pipe style connector, just poke your sewer line down into the hole. We did not leave our sewer connected. We were volunteering for The Biggest Week in American Birding and were housed here for the month of April. During that time we were generally the only campers. - arizona drifters
Aug 2016 - $29.00
Park is located on the Camp Perry base, but is open to the public. Sites are concrete, level, and extremely long, and each has a picnic tables and fire ring. Power was reliable and water pressure was good, but water was terrible! Sign on water spigot said to let it run for 30 seconds before hooking up and turning on (we did), but it didn't make any difference. We had to change our water filter after we left, and we had just put a new filter in the week before! The water is a brownish color that tastes terrible! I would HIGHLY suggest using bottled water during your stay!
The park is quiet and sits directly on the shores of Lake Erie, but there is no water view from the park. There is, however, a fishing pier with easy access and a short walk from your site. - CWinLV
Oct 2017 - $40.00
This is a really pretty park. We only stayed on an overnight stop, so I really can't say too much about it. We did have a little wooded walk to take our dog on. - Calteri
Jul 2017 - $41.00
Stoney Ridge/Toledo KOA, Perrysburg, Ohio This KOA campground is not exactly a good representative for the brand. It is a mix of back-in and pull-through sites, some with full hook-ups, some with water and electricity, some dry, and some tent sites. There is a dump station on site, and they sell propane. There is a small pool that is open seasonally. Trash pick-up on site several times daily. The back-in sites with 200 and 300 numbers are back-to-back with shared utility pedestals and the back end of the site. The sites are narrow gravel/soil and not very level. They are very close together, so there is not much chance of privacy when outside. Roads are gravel with lots of holes - holes that holds rainwater for days. Access to the back-in sites can be a problematic because of the right-angle lay-out and narrow roads. The pull-through sites are much better - long enough for big rigs, and they seem fairly level. - Jensvilhelm
Jul 2017 - $47.00
I didn't have access to my computer and had to rely upon RVParky on my smartphone. This mediocre at best campground had a positive review which it didn't deserve. One of the shabbiest KOA's I have been to. Rutted roads, not very level site, and an electrical pole so poorly designed that I almost could not plug in my 30amp line. For this price I expect much better. The restrooms were clean, but old and worn with some stalls with doors that would not close fully. To position my trailer close enough to the sewer connection to reach with my 15 foot hose I almost could not get my 25 foot water hose to the spigot, but just managed to do so. Wifi is free but very weak and, in my opinion, not worth using (I have the option since my IPad can function on the cellular phone line). We stayed one night and would not return to this RV park in the future, and it made me question the value of being a KOA member. - David642
Jul 2017 - $41.00
Entry Road is in awful shape, very rutted and with heavy rains campers get trapped from either entering or leaving. The water smells bad. Would not use for cooking. It was windy and there was a sewer smell through out the campground. It did have a nice playground and some activities for kids. No pool, just a pond. People swam in it but not me. Lots of golf carts driving around and some recklessly driven in the woods. If you like live music and loud music you will be happy because there was a band playing till 11:30 pm at night. Camp sites aren't bad, average size and stone. Some were grass. I would definitely fill my fresh water tank and not hook up to their water. I would use my own clean camper bathroom also. Bath/shower house not very clean. - Old Crash
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Entry road extremely rough. Good wifi signal. Level site, Good gravel narrow interior roads. Very busy on week-ends. Stayed only two nights. - runamuka
Aug 2013 - $31.00
Pros: 1) Good hook ups on nicely graveled pull-through sites. 2) Very friendly, helpful staff. 3) Good WiFi is available for a small fee. Cons: 1) At least 80% of the sites are for seasonal (full time) campers. 2) There are some steep hills at the entrance to the campground. 3) The pull through sites are not very level. Blocking is requires. We would consider a short stay at this campground again. - Byron Bailey
Sep 2015 - $37.00
We stayed 3 nights to see the area as there weren't any other options that were centrally located for us to reach the sites we came to visit.
The park is better suited for long term residents. The park was built on agricultural land and is surrounded by farming operations. Access from US-20 is either three quarters (from CR-175, S Ridge Rd) to a mile (from SR-101) along a paved, single lane farm road. Don't know if the shoulders of the road would support the weight of a Class A diesel pusher if there was opposing traffic that required leaving the paved portion of the road but the slope of the shoulder really didn't invite pulling onto the shoulder to find out.
Check-in included signing a 4 page agreement and providing proof of insurance for the RV (and towed vehicle). There was an escort to the site.
The access gate posed a problem due to the type of gate (pivoted up into the air) and the location of the key pads.
The interior roads and site parking pads were constructed of large crushed repurposed asphalt/stone. The roads/parking pads are still settling. Almost all of the corners are tight 90 degree turns. There is only one pull-through site, which has a 90 degree turn to exit. All of the remaining sites require a 90 degree back in to get on the parking pad. The sites (which included the parking pad & adjacent open space) are very wide. Privacy between the sites is based upon distance. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50 amp), and sewer. The utility connections were spread along the parking pads. The water was generally at the back of the pads. The sewer was generally towards the front of the pads. The electric was about midway down the sites. This layout required a lot of hose/cable (going in different directions) to reach the connections.
They do not accept credit cards. Cash or check only. Ended up paying an additional $5.00 due to calculation error at time of check in.
There were no trees to obstruct satellite reception. Didn't try to receive any broadcast channels. - bsb814
Aug 2015 - $22.00
The rate reflects a 2 week rate. This is a fairly new Campground. The owners live on site and make sure the rules are adhered to. Boisterous loud activities are not permitted. Party animals may not be happy here. The roads and spots are gravel and very level. There is a lake for swimming, which is very clean. It looks like the Campground was carved out of a farmers field, so there are no shade trees. Young ones have been planted for future shade. There had been a lot of rain just before we got there so a lot of the grass ares were mud holes. Things dried up after a couple of days. Most of the campers are seasonal and very friendly, quiet folks that watch out for each other. The water is county water and pressure is good. The entrance is gated and we felt very safe. We will go back. - esta34950