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14 RV Parks near Seven Hills, Ohio
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Seven Hills. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Seven Hills in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $30.00
No frills overnight spot about 5 miles off I-80. First come, first served. Clean park with all grass back-ins with no demarcations between sites. FHU sites are not level front to back, water/electric sites appear to be. After turning into fairground property off Bagley, take second turn to right through open gate in chain link fence; RV area straight through second open gate. Single gravel road down center. Spaces on right are water/electric; ones on left are FHU. Make sure you have extensions for hoses as water and sewer are at back of sites with electric. Office only open till 3 M-F. To pay, walk through open gate on left side, about 1/2 way down fence. Go to right around buildings and then left down paved driveway about 1000 feet to Fairground Office. Metal drop box on side of building next to office door. Rated it a 6 instead of 7 only because no restrooms, except during fairground events. Utilities worked well. We would stay overnight again. - LoneWolf
Sep 2015 - $30.00
This is about the closest place to stay to Cleveland. Very convenient.
The sites are overgrown grass. There is power (50 amp) behind each site on the fence. There are water and sewer but unless you have some long hoses you have to move to reach all three hookups at the same time. We had a full tank of water and didn't bother with sewer. For three days, not a problem for us.
If you want a place to stay that is close to Cleveland and don't care about amenities, then this place will work just fine.
We felt safe, received satellite reception, lots of OTA tv stations and it was quiet. We could not get the wifi to connect.
The office is open only MWF 10-3, so we just left a check under the door of the office. - JoeVinnie
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Easy access off of I-71 exit 235, go west on Bagley 1 mile. On the left side you will pass a Hospital and a Bank, then you will see the fairgrounds entrance road with a white fence running along both sides of it. Turn left there and then take the second right, it goes thru a gate in the fence just before the white fairgrounds buildings and the RV sites are straight ahead. Nothing fancy here, all hard packed somewhat level grass back ins. The sites on the left side are full hookup sites. The sites on the right are mostly electric only. One thing I noticed was there are no 30 amp outlets. The 6 electric posts I checked, all had two 50 amp outlets and a couple of 20 amp outlets. You will need an 50 to 30 adapter for 30 amp service. WiFi is available, but costly starting at $1.99 for two hours. Verizon cell and broadband were both excellent. There is a cell tower on site as well as a windmill. They have a weekly rate of $150. - Bob and Inga
Jul 2011 - $15.00
We affectionately call this one "Camp Wonderful" full of the noises of trains, planes and automobiles. The spider webs in the bath & laundry room spook you. But it was cheap and close to where we needed to be for home inspections. There is a pond, but we were chased out by one the mobile owners who said we were trespassing. Looks like they parked their trailers there decades ago and let the grass grow over them. The owners are very caring. The only thing for little ones are the ability to build a fire and roast marshmallows. We are now looking for an alternative! - BuckeyeBarb
Jun 2008 - $25.00
This was the worst campground that we have stayed in during the last 10 months. There are potholes everywhere leading into the campground, and it is not paved. The sites are a good size, but the campground is run down and it looks like it is occupied primarily by full time residents. The water smelled very sulphury (I believe the campground is on a well), and the shed where the bathrooms were housed looked too scary and rundown to even want to check them out. But the worst part of the campground is that it sits directly next to a railroad and the Ohio turnpike. Trains run all the time and the traffic noise from the turnpike is non-stop. We were unable to get a decent night sleep either night we were there. There is absolutely no way that we would stay here again. - Millermw
Jun 2007 - $25.00
The entry road is covered with a fine concrete like dust that totally trashed the truck and trailer as we came in. It had been raining. This is an old mobile home park with mostly permanent residents in campers. It is sandwiched right between the Ohio Turnpike about 100 feet out our back window and a railroad track on the other side of the park a couple of hundred feet away. I counted three trains in the first hour. The host lead us to our space, helped me back in, pointed out the connections and left, saying he'd be back later for the rent. - glsurratt
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Been coming here for years. Lots of activities; bingo every Friday night, live band every other weekend, poker runs, free breakfast for Mother and Father's day, playground, putt-putt golf, tractor rides, golf cart tournaments, fishing and swimming lakes, plus many holiday special events. Park is older and many campers are yearly sites so yes we are getting older too but you won't meet a group of nicer people. - Cheryl Cox
Jul 2011 - $30.00
Family friendly park, but the trees need to be trimmed back. Low branches along the roads & sites make it difficult to avoid getting the rv all scratched up. - beamer 704
Jul 2011 - $37.00
What a dump. We “reserved” a “full hook-up” pull through site. When we got there, we learned that they don’t have 50 amp, sewer, or pull through sites. Can’t figure how we reserved one, though. In any event, after navigating VERY cramped streets and low-lying trees, we got to our site. It was only then that we realized that we didn’t get what we reserved. Called the office, who basically said, “Oops, did she tell you that?” Long story short, we left. Will never stay here again - would prefer a Walmart parking lot. - Texas Family
Jul 2006 - $20.00
We stayed here for a weekend get away as it is close to our hometown. We were very pleased with the atmosphere here. We had our pick of campsites we were asked only to tell them in the morning which one we had gotten ( we got there about 10:30 at night) The staff was friendly but young. It rained most of the weekend and we stayed fairly dry throughout the storm. Great two night package deals. Highly recommended. - Mr Smurf
Jun 2007 - $20.00
I don't even know where to start here. At one point in our stay the restroom door got locked in teh middle of the night and there wasn't anyone around to unlock it. When the door was open it was a disaster. - Loopy
Jul 2006 - $25.00
This was out first outing in a tent. We had an excellent time. Park staff was very friendly and park was well maintained. Will stay here again in the future. Great package deals with Geuaga Lake. Used to be the Silverhorn Camp. But when Six Flags sold to Cedar Fair they re-named it to Geauga Lake. - Mr Smurf
Jul 2018 - $49.00
Adequate. But as we were there over the Fourth of July the power was severely limited by hot weather and demand. Unable to get the 50 A we paid for. Our site was located in a low area. One rainy day was enough to cause the site to have standing water everywhere. The people across from us had to move as they were flooded. - Motorhome girl
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Nothing special here, no satellite at most sites but they do include cable. The escort to the site seemed like an obligation rather than helpful, as the girl simply pointed out electric and sewer, and drove off as we were still in the road. Probably just as well because she didn't seem to understand larger RVs turn radius, etc. This KOA is not too good for large RV, but doable with narrow roads, yellow boulders at the corners to make it harder, and sparse gravel. Sites are fairly level, and come with a full page of Rules and bible verses. - zcaptain
Jun 2018 - $55.00
We stopped here for one night only just passing through. Park is not too far from the Ohio Turnpike. Check-in was easy and they escort you to your site. We had a pull through with full hook ups. Lot of seasonal campers, but all seemed friendly and decently clean. Look like a couple may be permanent camper/residents. Did not use anything else, place was quiet at night and easy to exit and maneuver with truck and camper. - bloomis
Jun 2018 - $21.00
Great "no amenities" park. FHU with no wifi, pool, showers, putt-putt or anything. What you get is a good sized back-in concrete or gravel site for $20 per night! The utilities are slightly towards the back and required 2 sewer hoses. There are about 1/2 dozen sites for transient RVers in a sea of very nice mobile homes. The dog walking area is limited; you have to go towards the street to get more. Lot of retail and fast food nearby. We used this as a base for exploring Cleveland. - darwinmoore
Oct 2017 - $20.00
We stayed 9 nights. We paid $20/night plus 6.75%. Avg nightly rate came to $21.35. The reservation process was easy. Check-in is easy with the envelope on the door. Our site was level and all hook-ups worked perfectly. We had solid Verizon cell and mifi and we were able to obtain a DirecTV sat signal (although I suspect not all sites would get a sat signal due to trees). Prior reviewers have described Maywood correctly. The owners are lovely as are all of the residents we encountered. It is clean, quiet and safe. We were able to have a package shipped to our site. There are many conveniences within 1-2 miles (grocery store, drug store, gas station, post office, etc). Numerous big stores (Costco, Target, Petsmart, etc) are about 4-5 miles away. Downtown is about a 25 minute drive. We enjoyed our time here and would love to stay again. - GottaGoNow
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This is a great little spot, and as close to Cleveland as you can get, actually. No "frills", just the basics (W/50amp/S) but that's all we needed (& all back-ins). But level, shaded and quiet. The owner couldn't have been nicer too. We had 5 days there, and could have used more to see all their was to see and do in Cleveland! It takes about 20++ min to get into town without traffic. Sure can't beat the price. We sure were lucky! - MarieB
Jun 2018 - $15.00
A very fine city park that allows camping. Sites have little designation so you kinda have to make your own in the grassy areas and you will need leveling. Electric pedestals down the center of three 'loops' and water spickots (4) at the top and bottom of loop 1&2. Loop 3 best for larger rv's and several (2-3) of the pedestals do have 30 amp plugs and breakers, you have to look for them. Dump at exit. 5 day limit per site -- 15 day limit in campground. Down the hill at the ball parks you do have access to restrooms if needed. Excellent county host will collect fee nightly. We enjoyed this park very much ! - SailorGolf
Jul 2016 - $12.00
This is a small campground (about 36 spaces) with private entrance in a large town park. Without regular hookups, pads, porta potties for "restrooms", etc., I really couldn't rate it higher, BUT it has 20 amp electric, very clean, grassy sites, some with shade and some sunny, trails, etc. Our 35' motorhome did fine but that is about the max size. It is the closest park to Cuyahoga Valley Nat'l Park at about 20 - 25 minutes. A private park is similar distance but $45.00, so unless it is very warm and AC needed, we did just fine at Spring Lake and saved about $35/night! - BandD
Sep 2010 - $20.00
We would stay here again - on any clam-bake night! 5504 Colorado Avenue, Sheffield Lake, OH. Watch for the lighted sign at the entrance road. Most of the RVs are permanent. Site is not well kept - dirty. The entire campground needs to be raked for garbage. The clambake was amazingly tasty. We would go back just for the clambake. Nothing about the campground is updated. It is an easy 45 minute drive to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Not a resort. Most people would turn around and not stay the night. Dirty. - AluminumCloud