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26 RV Parks near Orwell, Ohio
We did however find 26 campgrounds within 25 miles of Orwell. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Orwell in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $1.00
This park has major water issues. Everywhere you walked (let alone drive) was a marsh. We were told first come first serve, picked a site, got set up, then told we had to move that someone else requested that site. Roads are narrow and sites only have gravel enough for under camper. Tried another site and was so narrow and wet our truck and camper sank and nearly got stuck. They have low power lines at back of sites (which are also not long enough for most 5th wheels). Indoor pool is nice, but no restrooms anywhere. Lake is very nice. Joined as coast to coast, nothing but lies. Sites are very close together. Just upgraded electric so it is actually usable now, but they charge an additional fee per night now. Terrible campground! - Djesky
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
Sep 2018 - $50.00
Mostly seasonal sites but a few for overnighters. We stayed 4 nites, visiting friends and family in the area. $5.00 per person visitor is a bit much. No sewer but does have a dump station or someone comes and empties tanks for you for $25.00, which we did. Site was large and had a fire ring and picnic table. Quiet, clean park and will stay here again. Its end of season so I am assuming why most residents weren't here. - Ohiojude
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
Jun 2018 - $42.00
We have a permanent site here and love it. The owners go above and beyond to provide plenty of amenities for everyone including an environment where total relaxation can be enjoyed. There is plenty to do for the kids and the adults. Kids Crafts, putt-putt golf, shuffleboard, paddle boats, fishing, swimming pond, Gaa gaa ball, tether ball, hay wagon rides, bingo, sip-n-paint, horseshoes, July 4th firework display, basketball, playgrounds, live bands, pig roasts, kids carnival, Haunted Forest, Trick-or-Treating. Wacky Golf Cart Race, Drive-in Movie Weekend. Dog park, DJ music & dancing. You won't find a better campground with these many activities and still find time to relax and enjoy nature. - Gene - Linda
Aug 2017 - $49.00
Nice park in northeastern Ohio. Many full timers here, well kept sites. RV and tent sites. Park has three main areas on each side of a corps of engineers dam and lake. Free paddle boats and canoes. Short term RV's are in the first section to the right. Sites gravel, level, small wood decks. Most all pull throughs. Satellite friendly. Since the campground is on both sides of a small lake, you will need a golf cart (rent) or car to get around the park. No pool but a nice swimming lake. Very large well kept K-9 off leash area. New upgraded wifi, park wide that works. Park very quiet. Many planned activities. Mostly a weekend park. Interior roads gravel, easy to navigate. Small camp store, basic soda and munchies. Verizon and T-Mobile signals. FHU's to rear of site good. This is generally a local campground, but worth a stop if your in this area. Found staff and residents very friendly. - wtravlr1
Jul 2018 - $1.00
This campground has many nice campsites. The big rigs have some really long pull through, 50 amp, FHU sites that are out in the open. There are also a number of back in sites suitable for most any sized rig. Other areas of the campground have more trees. Most of those sites are 30 amp FHU sites. Many are big enough for bigger rigs, but are popular with those with smaller rigs. Kenisee Lake is an unusual Thousand Trails in that campsites are assigned rather than the usual pick-your-own-site approach. It works here because those with larger RVs are happy to park in the big 50 amp sites. Those with the smaller rigs are happy to park in the prettier sites near the lake. Everyone likes the set up with people being assigned suitable sites. If there was a mixture of FHU and W/E only sites there would be a lot of pushback about this campground breaking with the Thousand Trails first-come-first-served policy but, as it is, people are okay with this approach. It might be worth noting that the big rig portion of the campground has no restroom or bathhouse. Also, as is the rule rather than the exception, there are many sites that have been sold to seasonals. The main feature of Kenisee Lake is, well, Kenisee Lake - a pretty lake. There is also a small pool, nice mini-golf course, basketball court, Activity Center, and other amenities. The tenting area is more popular than we usually see at Thousand Trails. My Verizon signal was usable but not strong. Data throughput was slow but workable, especially using the signal booster. I had no problem getting satellite TV. During our stay the weather wasn't great. It seemed to be either raining or, when the rain ended, very hot and humid. While the gravel surface of our campsite kept us above water the rest of the campsite tended to go underwater. Of course, we can't blame the campground for the weather but it would be nice to not have to wade through water to get in and out of the RV. - nazpaz
Sep 2017 - $3.00
Overall appearance is good. Grass was mowed and good general maintenance throughout the campground. There are seasonal RVs but in good condition without trash around them. Our pull through site was level, 50 amp service had voltages of 123v on both legs. Water pressure of 78 psi. Verizon cell worked well, but there was no Verizon Data at all. The free WiFi at the office did not work at all. Good paved roads at front area of campground and good gravel roads leading the the pull through sites. Now to the negative. While there during a Saturday night there were three loud parties going on at the same time that lasted well past 1 AM. Lots of golf carts parked everywhere. I rated this a 5 because of the loud parties and the lack of campground WiFi or Verizon data. Be careful when driving to this campground. There is a 10ft 8in low clearance bridge on Mill Creek Rd. Take SR 45 to SR 307 and turn left. Turn right on Forman Rd. Watch out for low hanging power lines! Turn left on Mill Creek Rd. Go to the Thousand Trails website for directions to this campground. - ETB
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 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
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 2018 - $54.00
This is a large park with a wide range of sites. Our site had a covered patio with table, fire pit and a gas grill. The site was quite long with a good gravel base and level enough not to need cribbing. The interior roads do need some work to fill in the holes. When approaching this park on Route 528 from I-90 you will see a sign directing you to turn left after a couple of miles. I don't recommend you take this as it becomes a rutted dirt road. Continue on into Thompson, go around the square and onto Thompson Road to Ledge Road which is also a dirt road but you only have to travel a half mile. This is a good park for families. Although it's a long (one hour) trip into Cleveland, there aren't many other choices in the area. - Rd yacht
Jul 2018 - $54.00
One of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed in. We had a deluxe site with patio, table and chairs, swing, barbeque, nice patio, potted flowers and a fireplace. The grounds are well taken care of and pleasing to the eye. The wifi was good, Verizon worked well, cable was OK, OTA did not work well. Power located at the rear of the site. It may take an extension cord or extra hose for some RVs. Small store with pizza and other items to eat. We would stay here again. - Windshift
Jul 2018 - $42.00
This a beautiful park. Well maintained and managed. Do NOT trust your GPS coming from the west on 90. It takes you way out of your way if you take exit 200. Take exit 212 and it's only 4 miles. - Alan S
Jul 2007 - $15.00
This is the worst campground I have ever stayed at. There are only primitive facilities available, and these outhouses are filthy! There are no glass bottles allowed at this park and they will search your car and cooler when you arrive. There is trash all over the sites. The other campers are rude and permitted to do whatever they want. Most did not sleep and partied very loudly all night. Many did not purchase firewood, but chose to tear down branches and knock over saplings in our campsite in the middle of the night. We were not able to sleep at all due to the screaming and loud music. The staff did warn us about the more "wild kids," and we did attempt to camp as far away as possible. It did not matter. Thank goodness they don't allow glass bottles. I would never bring a child to this campground and will never be returning myself. The kind of people that this campground attracts have ruined the nearby and beautiful Nelson Kennedy Ledges State Park. - dneidert
Sep 2011 - $30.00
What a great hidden gem. The friendliest campground we have visited. Lots to do. They had a potluck/soup lunch with a huge screen showing the OSU football game the weekend we were there. This was an inside pavilion. They also have a large outdoor shelter house which is used often. My only complaint is that this is not really big rig ready. We reserved a pull through for our 42 ft couch with a pull vehicle, only to arrive and 2 small campers were already there. The site they finally found for us was very level but a bit of a twist and turn to get the RV into. Very open with trails for golt carts. Now that I know what to expect, I would visit again but see if a better spot could be found first. - LifeIsShort
Apr 2008 - $23.00
Roads are tight. Spaces are narrow and small. Electric is 25' away, water is 30' away. We sank about 6" into pad and about 12" in grass. If we didn't have to be in the area for 4 days we wouldn't be here. If you need to stay in area for 1 night use Wal-Mart. - cat3126B
May 2014 - $30.00
Although Kool Lakes Campground wasn't fully operational when we visited at season opening (we'll forgive them for a bad preceding winter), we had a great time. It has some newly renovated restrooms, but also some shabby, in-need-of-repair facilities, as well. The playground and swimming lake were great. Access to Nelson-Kennedy Ledges was awesome, just minutes down the street. Our campsite was spacious and we took advantage of the big ball field across the way. - JPolisena
Jul 2011 - $30.00
This is a nice park mostly seasonal. Very nice seasonal sites. Weekender sites are grass with some stones. Swim lake is very clean, bathrooms are clean. Owners are very nice. They have a phone on the front of the office that rings to one of their cell phones so they can be reached 24 hours. The kitchen is open on weekends: the cheese steaks are great. They also live on site. We will camp here again. - camper1
Jul 2011 - $30.00
We also were charged more then the rate stated on the web site. We asked why and were ignored. Site was not level at our "premium" site. Gravel roads dusty. Restroom facilities are OK in center of park. Lots of traffic all day and night. Good Wi-Fi. Close to am Amish community which had a meat market EXCELLENT meat but priced much like a grocery store. Here for a week; probably NOT stay here again. - Trikki Rikki