August 31, 2022 - reviewed by thenauticalnun
Park is Beautiful. Air Quality Horrid
The campground is beautiful! Large, private, paved sites with electric pedestals, dump station with water fill, laundry, miles of beautiful paths and bike trails, beach, nature center with boardwalks through the marsh, bathhouses with free hot showers. The only problem is there are dozens of refineries and chemical plants nearby. Of the 6 days we were there, 2 were filled with such horrendous stench that even wearing a mask did not prevent our noses from burning, headaches, and sore throats. The area is so unbelievablely polluted that we didn't feel safe to get in Lake Erie. So sad and disappointing, especially after spending the summer on Lake Superior. Ohio needs to clean up and hold these million dollar corporations responsible for ruining this area.
November 17, 2021 - reviewed by Taylor A
Clean sites with clean restrooms but was quite the hike to get there, fire wood was wet and took along time to get checked in and thru the line
May 28, 2021 - reviewed by Patrick
Incredible Park And Campground!
They let us put our bird feeders up and we saw Tons of birds right from our campsite. The Park is awesome with so much to do. The sites are level and large, with lots of space and privacy between sites. The campground Staffel were A#1. I Highly recommend this place.
June 24, 2020 - reviewed by Kevin Grassel
Great Campground Near A Refinery
Beautiful campground and beach on Lake Erie! Sites are almost all private... very well groomed and maintained with shrubs, brush and trees seperating practically every site. Lots of space between sites, too. I don't know who decided that covid 19 should be the reason to close all of the full hook-up sites but that was a mistake in my opinion. Now we all have to congegate at the dump station and share germs...I'm so glad the park manager is smarter than the rest of us and is protecting us from ourselves because heaven knows we can't figure out how to sanatize a water spicket and keep from getting ourselves sick in the summer time when the flu disappears and covid is becoming nonexistent. Yay.
Other than this great campground there is nothing here except for the oil refinery and coal burning power plant 4 miles away. This campground would be amazing if it had other local attractions like a national forest, amusement park, restaurants... something other than a refinery.
June 18, 2020 - reviewed by Matt M
Nice sites. Lots of room on each site, with privacy. Large state park. No playground
August 20, 2019 - reviewed by Barbara
Large level concrete sites. Restrooms were immaculate with hand soap and free showers. 30 Amps $29.
July 8, 2019 - reviewed by Jen F
Wonderful campground! Nice big sites. It has a long paved bike trail, too, which worked out well for my kids. Gorgeous scenery. The park has a lodge with two pools (one indoor and one outdoor) and an indoor splash pad that campers can use for an additional fee. The only thing we were disappointed about was the lack of a playground.
June 24, 2019 - reviewed by MIFamily
Stayed this past weekend, Site 155. Check-in process quick, water/dump station upon entry, all sites clearly marked and easily accessed with angled back-in. Camp store fully stocked with reasonable pricing. Saturday night camp-wide ice cream social was fun for all ages. Lots of space and privacy between camp sites, very dog-friendly. Beach was marked for no pets and that was NOT followed by many so perhaps a dedicated area for the four-legged family members would be great!
February 22, 2019 - reviewed by Lisa
We love staying here. Only complaint no full hookups. Not a big deal to us but know it would be for a lot of people. Love the beach area.
September 26, 2018 - reviewed by Aixa
Love this park the rv park are so spacious.. no water or sewer but bathroom are clean..
September 16, 2018 - reviewed by Michael Roe
I lived in Ohio several years ago, live in Phoenix now, am back here visiting family. It is in deed a nice park. Only wish they had water and sewer at each RV camp site. Guess I’m spoiled.
September 1, 2017 - reviewed by Mandi
Sites With Privacy
I love that most the sites are surrounded by trees. Definitely the nicest and most peaceful state park!
May 22, 2017 - reviewed by Jill
This is one of the nicest state parks we"ve ever visited. The sites are large and paved lots of space between them easy drive or bike ride to Lake Erie plus lots of other little ponds around the park. Really a lovely place to stay. Electric hookups plus easy access to water and dump station. I must stay if you're in the Toledo area
February 9, 2017 - reviewed by Jack
This is a very nice park. The sires are very roomy and have plenty of privacy. The bike and walking paths are very nice