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14 RV Parks near Warrensville Heights, Ohio
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Warrensville Heights. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Warrensville Heights in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $20.00
We were traveling in late November and every RV Park within 30 miles of the Interstate was closed for the winter, so we opted to overnight here. Since it was snowing and freezing, we were glad to have 50-amp electric hookups to keep our heat working and our batteries charged overnight. Our 41-foot motorhome with four slides easily fit in the site, with our tow car parked alongside. Things would have been snug if we had neighbors but we were alone. Our site was completely level, and the 50-amp power worked well, though voltage was a bit low (~112V) when we had multiple appliances running. It's an Interstate Rest Area, so there isn't much to say other than it was convenient, not too noisy, and got the job done. There's a free dump station and fresh water fill as well. We refilled our diesel at the Rest Area before leaving in the morning. The only inconvenience was the need to unhook our car and back into the site. - LifeRebooted
Aug 2015 - $20.00
We travel in a 40' MH with a small towed vehicle, so keep in mind my comments are from that perspective. This particular service plaza RV area (eastbound, Brady's Leap) is not a great value. We have stayed at two Ohio plazas with RV accommodations this year, and this one is at the bottom of the two by a large margin. First of all, not every spot has 50 amp. It appears that every other spot is wired for 50 amp, but I won't swear to it. I did not realize this until after I had set up the MH and attempted to plug in. We moved to another spot that did have 50 amp, but discovered that one leg of the 50 amp plug was dead. Our third attempt was the charm. The RV sites here slope severely front to back. Normally, I would not deploy my levelers in an area such as this as a consideration/courtesy to the provider, but I paid $20 and the slope was way more than just noticeable. I could not get level without lifting the rear wheels off the pavement, which we all know is a no-no for a MH. I leveled to the extent I could do so safely, which left a lot of room for improvement. I applaud the Ohio Turnpike commission for having areas set aside for RVs. I think that is a great thing and I have not encountered that before in my interstate travels. I only wish the sites were more level and consistent with the electric. If the rates were $10 or even $15 I might not be so critical, but $20 is a threshold amount and I expect more at that price. I do not think we will stay at this particular plaza again. - USMCRET
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Cash only ($20) at self-pay ticket machine. Located at westbound mile marker 197. Back-in only. Convenient for overnight stay. Each site has room to extend slide outs and to park towed vehicle. Some toll road traffic noise, but located away from truck parking. We slept well, even woke up late the next morning. We would stay here again when traveling the toll road. - Dave51
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Site G2 $30 (cash only), full service pull-through. Ever wondered what an RV park filled with dilapidated seasonal RVs looks like? Welcome to Willow Park. These charming seasonals line the perimeter of the park, with the overnighters side-by-side in the middle of the compound. Sites have some gravel but are mostly grass with old picnic tables and a wheel well for a fire ring. When I asked where the laundry was located, the response was: "it's broken and won't be fixed". The internet did not work, there is no pool or cable. I walked into the shower room just to see what it was like - disgusting. I would never shower there. And 'believe it or not', they charge for the showers. Why did I choose this place? It was the only RV park within an hour's drive of the R&R Hall of Fame that had a vacancy - now I know why. Stay elsewhere. - driftdiver1
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 - $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
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