Pricey, but worth it for a family trip. We stayed in the Lighthouse Point section of the campground, which seemed to be a litter less cramped than the other section. Sooo convenient to be right next to the park which you can walk to, or shuttle to. You also get to enter the park one hour early staying at the campground; we rode the most popular rides (ie Millenium, Top Thrill Dragster) in that hour rather than wait hours for those particular rides later in the day. It was wonderful to go back to the campsite during a brief rain storm and rest up, eat home made food and then go immediately back to the park again. Note; there are grills at the sites, but campfires are not allowed (so no s'mores). It's OK, because staying at the campground allowed us to stay in the park until absolute closing time. After a whole day at Cedar Point we didn't care too much about having a campfire. The park is clean and kept up. Bathrooms clean. The campground is not really "pretty" but that's not what we're there for, however, there are trees and shrubs. Lake Erie is right here and its nice. Soak City was fun and not very crowded. We enjoyed our stay here and would do it again; we recommend it.
Bath house dirty, smelly and dark. Paper toweling all over the floor. Not clean, period. One shower (pay) out of 3 worked, and the water never even got warm. Drain very slow and had to stand in 2" of standing water throughout shower. Yech! Would not recommend this park, nor return.
Hilly, landscaped beautifully, flowers everywhere, wooded, very clean. Workers around all over everyday tidying things up. The pool was huge. The showers (pay/bathroom were always exceptionally clean and water hot within seconds, and stayed hot. The owners nice and on site every day. Seasonal campers friendly and welcoming. Very lovely park, and we enjoyed our stay very much. We would recommend, and return to this park.