This is a very nice campground. The staff was friendly. Our full hook-up site was large and nicely shaded. We stayed here over the 4th of July weekend, and there were a lot of activities for children, included fireworks and a dance. One minor issue was that it was a very crowded weekend, as you would expect, and the tent camping sites seem to be jammed in all over the place. It made it appear to be very crowded. The pool could be cleaner, too. All in all, still a nice campground and we would stay again.
We have been coming to Cedar Point for years and this was our first stay in this campground. This campground is what the reviews say it is. We had an electric only site in the older section of the campground. The sites in the older section are very small and crammed together, but they are paved and level with plenty of shade. We fortunately had an end site that was well shaded and a little larger than most sites in the older section. The restrooms and showers were old and fairly clean, but not spotless. The newer section of the campground has full hookup sites that are a little larger and have more updated restrooms and showers. You can’t have bikes or campfires. This is basically a place to sleep and rest when visiting the park. You pay for the convenience of being able to walk into the parks directly from your campsite.
This campground is a little expensive. It has a very large lake and a lot of sites, many of them seasonal campers. There are a lot of activities for the kids. The full hook-up sites in section N are pretty tight. We stayed in section E and had a little more room. One complaint was that we had some heavy rains while we were there and our site got a little flooded. The water ran through our site and collected in a low spot behind our site. The campground was very busy, almost too busy if you are looking for a relaxing atmosphere. The park is also very large, so you’ll need bikes to get around, especially to the swimming section of the lake. You can also rent golf carts. The pool was warm and decent sized. There was not always a lifeguard on duty at the pool, though.