15 RV Parks near Lake City, Pennsylvania
Oct 2015 - $27.00
We stayed at this park after a snafu with a reservation at another campground. It's not listed anywhere. It is located on a cliff overlooking Lake Erie with a long flight of stairs going down to the beach. We couldn't get DirecTV due to the trees, but there were about ten local channels. There is a Wi-Fi hotspot in the office. There is a large heated pool and there are probably a large number of campers and day visitors in season. It is very convenient to Presque Isle State Park. - RVerMJ
Oct 2017 - $40.00
This is basically a 55+ community with each home consisting of a trailer or motorhome, with accessory buildings/decks/porches/garage/etc built around it, and 15 transient sites. Most of the sites are huge and shaded. When we were here, we were the only transient unit. The place is extremely quiet, which was a relief for us after a series of "family" parks. It is not geared toward children. There is an old, worn-out set of play equipment. A paved road goes back to the shore of Lake Erie, where you can peacefully enjoy the lake and watch sunsets. NOTE: They take cash or checks only. The owners/staff were very polite and accommodating. As older adults, we loved this place. I could happily live here. Roads are asphalt in excellent condition. Sites are gravel, with healthy, green grass. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table. - pompomgirl
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Very neat and clean, pull through sites, easy in and out, just about every site has a shade tree, no sewer but easy access dump station. Great sunsets over looking Lake Erie. Paved roads and level gravel pads. - ragsland
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Camp Eriez is a fishing village, but don't let that fool you. There are 15
pull thru sites dedicated to the overnight stays. All the access roads are black topped and the site pads are around 55' long, level, and gravel. The patio is grass. Site width is about 35' with a full grown maple tree planted mid-site for shade. Each site has a campfire ring and all the picnic tables were in great shape. The 50a power was stable, water pressure was around 45psi, there is no sewer at the site however the dump station is conveniently located. Our hotspot got a decent signal for internet purposes. Being the end of summer, some of the grass in the patio area was beaten up. We arrived after a rain storm and the sandy soil had absorbed all standing water. The campground and surrounding seasonal village is well kept and maintained. While some of the seasonal fisherman have their collection of gear, the place had a purposeful, lived in feel but was not junky. The swimming pool had just closed for the season and will undergo renovations for next year. They have a little viewing area overlooking Lake Erie equipped with benches for watching sunsets. We were pleasantly surprised with this campground and would definitely come back again. - Born2Roam
Oct 2008 - $29.00
The good thing about this place was we were backed up to Elk Creek and could watch fisherman fishing for steelhead. Then this place goes downhill and fast. The bathrooms both men and woman were not cleaned, smelled and the you had to turn on the lights after you walked in and locked the door. The "street lighting" was on all night and was right behind us. We were spaced on top of each other, too close to put up the awning, no picnic table, no fire ring. Would not recommend this place nor stay here again. Too expensive for what is offered. Clean it up, bring the price down and maybe. - Ohiojude
Sep 2017 - $40.00
The staff was very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are in a open field, with little shade. Our site was sloped front to back but a few blocks took care of it. The sites are big rig friendly and the owner leads you to the site. Our site had 30 amp with full hookups and all services worked good.
Their WiFi is not bad even with a full campground. There was no cell service ATT. We got about 10 over the air channels.
The shower and restroom was up the hill behind our site but it was clean and had plenty of hot water. It is a gated park that you get a access card for a $10 deposit. Overall the park is quiet, a little off the beaten path but manageable, and the trains in the distance are a nice touch but they do run day and night.
The biggest asset here is the views of Lake Erie and the fantastic sunsets. Just sit and enjoy the view during the day and the stars at night with a campfire. We would return if in the area. - smoky40
May 2016 - $43.00
Great views of Lake Erie! I've been tent camping here for years and will definitely go back. I think it's a little on the pricey side for what you get, but the view alone makes it worth the money.
RV parking is in a large almost entirely open field. There are a decent number of seasonal campers. They have some great fishing off the old dock, as well as kayak rentals on-site. It's a family run business, and they are great people. Very nice to talk to. Very strict on the 5 MPH speed limit. (I learned that my first trip out there many years ago.)
I would definitely recommend. It's worth checking out. - Bill from PA
Sep 2013 - $43.00
Absolutely gorgeous!! Waterfront sites in soft green grass. Fire rings! Full hook ups. No cable, but who needs TV with this experience. We stayed one night due to our schedule but if we had known what was waiting here we would have planned longer. You can walk and enjoy the shoreline and nature. Call for directions! They were right on track and we didn't have any problems. The GPS would have messed us up. Staff friendly. There are a lot of full time campers but the pull through sites are all in their own area. I would book a week here next time. - Susan A.
Oct 2017 - $38.00
Stayed here for several days. This is a privately owned campground that is part of a "seasonal" trailer park. The transient camping area is about 100 yards from Hwy 832. There is some traffic noise, but it isn't bad. I-90 is approximately 3/4 mile away. The park is undergoing some aesthetic improvements like new patios. The sites need some leveling. The utility pedestals by the pond appear to be new. We stayed on a back-in site next to a pond with views of nice sunsets. Sites could use some more gravel as recent rains made things a bit muddy. Strangely, we had to share hookups with someone else who was parked in the field about 8 ft. from us. I would stay here again but would not want to share my hookups. Several large speed bumps as you enter campground. - jl2000
Oct 2017 - $32.00
Due to wet weather during our stay, mud everywhere. They are putting in cement block patios, and when all the work is done it will be very nice - and a lot less mud I am sure. Manager was very friendly and helpful. - EnjoyinLife
Sep 2017 - $64.00
Older park with a lot of permanent sites. Good for an overnight stop off I-90. No cable. Wifi was slow. Water pressure problematic during peak times. Very nice office staff. - endlessreach
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Erie KOA is probably a lovely park to stay in during the summer season if you have young children and an RV smaller than 40 feet, or wanted to make use of their cool-looking teepees or basic cabins for rent. We, however, have a 40 foot motorhome and found the park layout extremely difficult to navigate. We were warned not to attempt exiting past the dump station, as it apparently is quite hard on RV owners who risk it. Our assigned site was angled exactly the wrong way to follow the approved exit path, but with some maneuvering we were able to get our rig pointed the right way and our tow car hooked up. Even though our space was a pull-thru, it would have been impossible to leave the car hooked up. This park does recycle. The dumpster for that purpose is located behind a fence at the back of the property. Cable TV worked fine and we were able to get broadcast channels from nearby Erie. We did not use the park WiFi. Our Verizon service worked well. Sabo's Pizza will deliver to the park, but is not admitted past the entrance, thus requiring campers to meet the delivery vehicle there. - The Borgs
Aug 2017 - $58.00
Excellent property! Super clean, well maintained and mowed, good gravel roads and level sites. CG is laid out in a ring around a nice size pond. Lots of folk were "fishing" with kiddie poles. Paddle boat and bike rentals are available, and Pygmy goats are in a pen for your amusement. Three huge teepees are available for rent, along with cabins of various sizes. A small dog run is located behind the far bath house. Heated pool and playground are in the center. Pretty landscaping and flower beds throughout, although not between all the sites so privacy is site dependent. Far enough from the highway so there's no traffic noise, but easy to reach from I-79. We were very pleased with Erie KOA as an overnight stop! - Flying Mantis
Aug 2017 - $61.00
Small older park. Tight spaces and narrow roads for larger rigs. Entrance and exit are very tight getting in and out. Not too much room to maneuver. Cable TV. Wifi was very slow. Good water pressure. - endlessreach
Jul 2017 - $45.00
We stayed here for 2 nights, midweek. We found our site #104 to be everything we need for a short layover. We used the laundry and found it very clean and easily accessible. One thing that impressed us the most was the handicap ramp at the pool. We are full-timers and have rarely found a cg with this accessibility for someone who needs that kind of access. We firmly believe the cg is worth the cost and totally disagree with previous review. Yes, there are many permanent residents, but compared to other campgrounds in the area, our site gave us plenty of pull-through space for our 40' MH with full-size truck. We would definitely return; went into Presque Isle State Park for sunset boat tour and found this cg met all our needs! - Steve & Linda
Apr 2017 - $32.00
This place has terrible interior roads, skinny with sharp 90 degree turns into muddy, gravel sites separated by muddy grass. Impossible to get a big rig into sites without driving over mushy, muddy, grass, I almost got my 40' MH stuck, rear wheels spinning and digging big ruts in the mud. Many utility posts appeared to have been hit by rigs and were leaning. Many sites looked way off level too. They offer propane but when I requested it, the staffer said the guy who does that was not available that day. Baths are dated, but were clean. Not much to do in Erie but visit Presque Isle State Park. We will not return. - rvrrat520
Sep 2016 - $37.00
This is a mix of long term residents and one nighters. Many of the long term sites also have a boat on a trailer. Based on the number of residents leaving before 6 am, many must have jobs.
The bathrooms are very dated, peeling paint and wet floors. They seemed to be clean. Nice camp store but they were out the door at 6 pm. Five minutes after my arrival.
The overnight area was fairly empty so there was some space between units. Previous reviewers are correct in that during busy times we may have bump out issues. - fudge_brownief
Aug 2017 - $34.00
Just stayed overnight so didn't see much of campground. Very crowded but with access to beach. Definitely a place to use as a jumping-off point for visiting beaches and attractions nearby. - GregAndKatie
Oct 2016 - $18.00
We were packed in like sardines with campers, dogs barking, children playing and smoke from campfires filling our Airstream. (I am allergic to smoke.) We did not mind the children playing and all the campers were friendly. Little room to walk our 20 lb. leashed pup! Loved being close to the beach but it was so inconvenient to cross the road for office and laundry (which was in sad shape). The staff acted like we bothered them when we checked in or asked for help. All the attractions and shops were closed, except for a pizza shop. - GailMOH
Jun 2015 - $30.00
What can you say...it's Sara's. The only camping before you enter Presque Isle State Park. It's not for everybody, but I love it. Love the location for bike riding. No need for a car, get on your bike and do the 14 mile peninsula. Kayaking in the region although I drove to it, is fabulous. There's Sara's Ice Cream and food, pizza shop, light groceries right there. Waldamere Park just up the hill.
Rest rooms new and clean. The camping is tight though. If you're looking for location, location, location, Sara's is your girl. If you want seclusion and large campsites, go to Hill's Family Campground about 5 miles from Sara's.
Have camped at Sara's many times, and will be back soon! - JeffKruzic
Sep 2017 - $22.00
I had a pull through site that was long enough so I stayed connected to my tow vehicle. I did have to put a 2x6 under one side to level the trailer. There was no cable TV but all the rest of the services worked well. There was plenty of room between sites that you could put out your slides and awnings without any problem. - Cardinal owner
Aug 2017 - $22.00
We stay here every year in our travels because it is conveniently located off I-90 in Ohio. 50 amp service and good water and some shade. The sites aren't all pullthrough, but if you get there before your neighbor, you can drive through as though it were a pullthrough. No sewer in the area we were in, which is usually where one nighters are put, but there is a dump station. There are mostly people who spend the whole summer here, but it is pretty quiet. There are some trains, but fortunately they are far enough away they don't wake you. Sites are nearly level gravel. - Ginny H
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Entrance gate is a little tight and the first turn is a bit tight with low limbs (reason for average score). RVs smaller then 40 feet will probably not have issues. There are several permanent sites but they are well maintained. Park is well maintained. - Mustcamp