We stayed here two nights while visiting friends. We had a back in site with electric. There are no water or sewer hookups here. We were gone during the day. Since this is an off season, we were the only unit on our loop. So this was a very quiet park and the rangers did drive by to check on things several times during the day. We would stay here again and are glad the state parks are open year round. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park; paved streets, adequate to large sites, and a lovely setting in a very wooded environment surrounding a lake. Cell phone signal spotty, shower house is just OK, latrines throughout the camping area not to great. Limited activities, electric hookups 20-30-50 amp, no water or sewer, good area to ride bikes with paved roads, nice trails, friendly staff and host. Overall a nice state park, $28.00 a night. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This large park offers plenty of activities for the camper, including hiking, swimming, boating (only boats with electric motors, canoes or kayaks are permitted), fishing, trail biking, and disc golf. The well-spaced, nicely laid out campsites are located well away from the highway. The park is outside of the Cleveland – Akron sprawl so there is no over-air TV reception. I was also unable to obtain a Verizon wireless signal. The base rate for an electric site (no water, no sewer) is $25 for Sunday through Thursday nights, and $26 on the weekends. Making an online registration adds an additional $8.25 to the total fee. My recommendation is not to bother with pre-registration for stays during the week – particularly during off-season. When I arrived on a Thursday night in September there were dozens of spaces available. I was informed that even on Labor Day weekend the park was not entirely full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park; paved streets, adequate to large sites, and a lovely setting in a treed environment surrounding a lake. We were helped by hosts that were very friendly. Only a few sites are big rig friendly: the data on the reservation system is not entirely accurate, although we did appreciate knowing which sites were DirecTV friendly. Verizon AirCard and Cell service were marginal but usable. Nice trails, great dump station, and good fishing access. This would be a "10" for us if it had water and sewer hookup sites. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely large Ohio state park on Route 58 slightly south of Lorain, just south of town of Oberlin (home of Oberlin College). Many sites, excellent paved roads, many long hiking trails, lake, very wooded, good facilities. Convenient and good dump site and water available. Enough room for everyone to bike, hike, relax. Quiet, easy to find. Go south on 58 through lovely farmland area and see Amish carriages on the road with you. We camped here in a Motorhome.