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Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $35.00
We spent a week here with our grandchildren around the corner a few spaces away. Can be a beautiful place if the friendly and relatively new owners get it updated. Pool is brand new and very nice. Lots of shade trees and playground area, which, by the way, needs some updating. Having said that, this CG has very few available sites for travelers. 20 or so. CG is LOADED with something like 110 seasonal RVs. Without the grandkids close by, I doubt we would have enjoyed our stay too much. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $37.00
We have been staying in campgrounds in the U.S. and Canada for the past month and this campground has been a pure pleasure. We stayed here for 5 nights while visiting family. Campgrounds in this area are few and far between so this was a lucky find. It is about 5 miles off I-90 and the last mile is a dirt road but not much of an issue for us. It is under new ownership the past two years and they have made great improvements. The grounds are spacious and well-maintained with plenty of room between sites. They have community activities within the park on a daily basis as there are many full-timers here. They drive around at night to enforce quiet hours if needed and are wonderful owners. There is free Wi-Fi near the office, otherwise it is a paid service for $2.50 a day. It was slow on the weekend when the park was full but the rest of the week it was great. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $34.00
Came for the Fourth of July festivities. Great fun, and was glad to see new owners continued the fireworks show. It is really great! Only complaint was the constant traffic of cars speeding, yes, speeding! Even the golf carts fly around. Apparently no one enforces the 5 mph limit. Several times I had to jump away or get run over. I was afraid to walk to the bathhouse at night for fear of being run over. Otherwise it's a nice park, that is being updated. I could give this park a much higher score if a couple improvements were made. The bathrooms are disgusting and covered in cobwebs. With that many people they need to clean them more often. There was plenty to keep kids busy, but would have liked to have something like putt-putt where parents could participate with kids. All in all, its a great park, and since the owners seem to be updated it more each year, I'm sure it'll be a "10" park before long. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.
Closest park to Cleveland, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Amish country, and Wineries.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $30.00
Very nice park around a small lake. Owners very friendly any park clean and quiet. Would recommend to all for short or long term stay. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $31.00
This is a largely seasonal park located well off the Interstate, but worth the trip if you're visiting the area. A large park. The landscaping is nicely maintained with large areas of grass. Two lakes provide fishing and swimming, and there's a nice store/office. The owners are very friendly and seemed intent on making our stay memorable. The transient sites are long pull-thrus with large grass areas and trees to give more privacy than average. Wi-Fi is a fee service, except for around the office area. No cable and little broadcast, but clear views of the satellites. Verizon cell and data were strong. Warning - If coming from I-90, the signs will take you down Ledge Road for over 2 miles of dirt/dust. Instead, stay on Rt 528 to the town square, then take Thompson Road to the south entrance to Ledge Road, a portion of the dirt road much shorter and less dusty. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $37.00
This campground has a lot of potential. Apparently there are new, younger owners so hopefully they'll spend the time and money to make it a destination park. The access roads are gravel and dusty. You will get dirty. Our site was very long and wide enough to give some privacy from neighbors. We assumed the site had 50 amp; however, it was 30. Luckily, the weather was cool enough that it wasn't a problem. If 50 amp is important, make sure to ask as it's only available on a few sites. There are many long term, seasonal campers but everything appeared well kept. We loved the quiet location. This is a large park with lots of room. The WII-FI needs attention. Even with our WI-FI extenders we couldn't get a reliable connection. Verizon service works fine. There are some wineries nearby and others not too far away. Lots of places to ride bikes. The countryside is beautiful! We will stay again if we pass through this area in the future. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $25.00
Jewel of a campground!! Picturesque, clean, landscaped and big fields surrounded by woods. About 50 percent seasonal but very friendly. Two lakes: one catch and release, one swimming. Activities on weekends and located in Ohio wine country with lots to see and do. Seasonal rates about $1200 with amenities. Great Wi-Fi at $25 a month. We are full time RVers and stay 5 to 6 months. See you here!! We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $22.00
Very quiet and picturesque with fields and ponds stocked for catch and release. Maintained well, helpful staff and gated. GPS sends you on a gravel road but there is a paved way to go from Thompson square. Will stay for the season summer 2012. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $25.00
Quiet rural location. Beautiful grounds with ponds and fields. Owners here for over 40 years but still kind and flexible. $550 monthly and low cost Wi-Fi, gated, shaded and sun locations. Not all locations have sewer. Really like the owners/staff. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $32.00
The county road to the park is dirt (read mud). There was another way to the park but the owner didn't like a hill on the paved road. The owner tried to put us in a site the had a tree limb hitting the RV so she picked another site which has no problems at all. The park is gated and they were just installing new Wi-Fi while we were here. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $29.00
This park should be an 8 or 9, but when the restrooms are disgusting, a 6 is generous. Maybe the season is just getting started and things will improve, but the restrooms are not heated, have only a screen door, small non-private showers and plenty of graffiti. This is a shame since the park is beautiful, with lots of grass and trees. We got off to a bad start since we had reserved a pull-through and were told we had one when we checked in. They led us to what they call a "pull-through" that was nothing but a wide place in the road that circled the camp meaning that the passenger side could not be used due to the heavy traffic. We requested a different site and were led to a nice one, but to reach the sewer you have to climb under a prickly bush, holding the hose in one hand, the bush in another and your third hand to open the sewer. Later as we were walking around, we came upon a large area of the park that had a number of empty, level, really nice pull throughs. Wonder why they weren't available. The roads are very dusty and since you have to drive over a mile down a dirt road, plan on washing coach and toad when you get here and when you get to the next stop. Not sure the beauty of the park outweighs the negatives. Doubt we will return. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2009 - $29.00
Although we were just stopping for the night in June between destinations, we felt it was a place we may go back to. Price was okay. Quite remote (watch the road signs so you know how to get out!) very quiet. Seemed very clean. The lady who checked us in was so very nice.? Very quiet. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $30.00
A little tough to find in the dark, but a very patient, helpful, and understanding pair of hosts. We loved this park--stayed three nights. We would go back. They don't advertise wi-fi, but it is available near the office. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2008 - $27.00
Owners were very accommodating. Our site was "nose to tail" right on the road but not objectionable. They had some planned activities, and the small town had a great parade! The campground was quiet, and the other permanent campers were friendly. We would return. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2007 - $27.00
This is a nice park, with the exclusion of two items that caused us not to want to return. The first was the dirt/dusty road that seems to go on forever to get here. Everything was covered by a thick layer of dust when we arrived. The next was that they charge $2.00 a day if someone wants to come visit, ( not stay overnight). Our daughter and granddaughters came to visit, and it cost us each day they came. We camped at Heritage Hills Campgrounds in a Motorhome.Undo
Closest park to Cleveland, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Amish country, and Wineries.LovinFT • December 2014
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