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21 RV Parks near McKinley Heights, Ohio
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of McKinley Heights. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near McKinley Heights in the left hand column.
Aug 2012 - $25.00
We stayed one night on our way to NY. The grounds were neat and clean. The eight pull-through sites did not have sewer. There were bees inside the electric box when we hooked up. The 30 amp electric tripped when we ran the microwave and coffee pot in the morning. There were some low hanging branches on one side of the road going out. We would not stay here again. - D&R
Jun 2010 - $25.00
Traveling on the I-80 we needed an overnight spot and this was perfect. Beautifully kept large grassy park with a lake and facilities to large gatherings, spots for long-term visitors, and a large grassy field for pull through overnighters like us. Perfect. Lots of elbow room and a friendly staff. The owners are working to improve the park and decided to not sell it to developers and keep it as a park. What a good thing. The WiFi doesn't work on site but our Verizon phone worked good and satellite TV on the roof came through so we were happy. We were charged $25 but asked that if we used our AC to come back to the office and pay another $5. That was fair. We will certainly stay here again for a night or two if traveling though the area. - Bearpaw
Apr 2009 - $25.00
Lovely setting and friendly host. This was an excellent, quiet setting for an overnight stay in one of their pull thrus. The water and electricity functioned properly. We enjoyed our stay. - classy
Oct 2016 - $31.00
Super friendly staff/owner. The facilities were OK basic showers and restrooms.
This park has a lot of semi permanent residents who don't keep their sites the cleanest. The person who was in my site prior left pieces of lumber, flip flop and bits of trash everywhere.
Given the fact that the owner was super friendly I would stay here again. - ETCTA
Jun 2014 - $31.00
We had no problems with tight spaces, our pull through was long and wide. A very nice and friendly campground, will stay here again when in the area. - DRF
Sep 2012 - $25.00
We were caught in heavy rain, which slowed us to the point that we could not make it to our planned campground. We called Hubbard and they confirmed they had large, open, level spaces for a 40' motorhome. We arrived after dark and discovered this was a campground we had been to some 10 years earlier in our new 38' MH. We got stuck, the sites were so out of level our jacks would not level us enough to open slides and branches scratched the sides of our new MH. When I recognized the campground we left in a hurry. I wish they had been truthful about the condition of their campground. We spent the night at a nearby Flying J. - we_rv
Aug 2017 - $26.00
Seems like a very nice park, only downside would be the one shower house with flush toilets. Only stayed one night as we were passing through but am tempted to stay here again for a longer stay, it sounds like there are a number of water activities available for rent (kayak, sup, etc).
Spot was good for the night but it may have been different if someone was in the site next to us. Positive of being in open section is we could see the kids at the playground from our site so they could get some energy out while we set up. - TDC
Aug 2017 - $26.00
Very pretty, well-maintained campground with most sites in forested area. A handful (mostly in camping area 1) have lakeside views. A few sites at the start of each camping area are in the sun. The only thing preventing a score of 10 was that for more than 230 sites total, they have just one shower house with flush toilets (and a couple of laundry machines). There are vault toilets in the camping loops (which I could smell when walking by some of them). Easy drive or bike ride (or a long walk) to the marina and, a bit beyond that, the dog park/beach (which looks really nice). Good Verizon and OTA TV signals. Two-way road throughout park and camping loops so very easy to navigate. Most sites are roomy enough for larger rigs. - aowcarol
Jun 2017 - $27.00
My wife and I really enjoy this park. It does not have a lot of amenities, but it is clean with large semi-secluded camping spots cut into the forest (most of the sites are in the forest) however, there are some sites in an open area. If you want one of the more secluded sites I would avoid 1 - 4, 37 - 47, 93 - 106, and 128 - 131. The campground has 1 rather nice bathroom/showerhouse with laundry machines. The rest of the park has vault toilets which I find to be unpleasant. If you are tent camping here I would recommend a site close to the showerhouse. - GregT44266
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We were here for just one Saturday night. It was a pull thru site with full hookups, just lined up in a grassy field. No frills. Lots of families seem to like coming here, and it was okay for an overnight stop, but we wouldn't go out of our way to come back. - dbcordello
May 2017 - $45.00
Convenient to I-76, but not much road noise. Back-in sites are noisier. Lots of seasonals, but everyone seemed friendly enough. - VA Jim and Barbara
May 2017 - $55.00
Very friendly and secure, multiple things to do for the family. - Tcowboys
Jun 2017 - $43.00
Be warned the park does not have WIFI or cable TV. Verizon HotSpot did work. Satellite TV did not work but using the Verizon, we could stream Netflix. Park is large, sites large enough, very wooded. We didn't use any other facilities so have no opinion. Park is clean and quiet. Convenient to the highway. - UllaPool
Jul 2014 - $35.00
We picked this park because it had a playground and a place to swim. The playground is excellent with numerous apparatus for different age levels. The lake not so nice, the bottom is slimy and the "beach" is nothing but dirt. The campground is mostly level but the roads are very rough, The sites are gravel and uneven so water tends to sit after it rains. The wires in a few places are low, so much so, that I watched someone coming in get caught up in the wire crossing the road. The "pull thru" sites are front back ones making them a little confusing, especially the connections and which to use. Our neighbors were very noisy into the evening with their motorcycles and music, the park seems to cater to lots of seasonal and day workers. The sites are mostly treed. - HRambler
Jun 2014 - $35.00
Arrived late and left early, due to tight travel plans. Lots of tall trees, very level grounds, gated. Didn't have a chance to meet staff, but they were super helpful over the phone. Tons of vintage playground equipment, a bit rough around the edges, but kids didn't mind. Swimming pond looked nice but we didn't have a chance to use. Easy pull thru sites. - GMC_STRIPES
Jun 2018 - $42.00
We have a permanent site here and love it. The owners go above and beyond to provide plenty of amenities for everyone including an environment where total relaxation can be enjoyed. There is plenty to do for the kids and the adults. Kids Crafts, putt-putt golf, shuffleboard, paddle boats, fishing, swimming pond, Gaa gaa ball, tether ball, hay wagon rides, bingo, sip-n-paint, horseshoes, July 4th firework display, basketball, playgrounds, live bands, pig roasts, kids carnival, Haunted Forest, Trick-or-Treating. Wacky Golf Cart Race, Drive-in Movie Weekend. Dog park, DJ music & dancing. You won't find a better campground with these many activities and still find time to relax and enjoy nature. - Gene - Linda
Aug 2017 - $49.00
Nice park in northeastern Ohio. Many full timers here, well kept sites. RV and tent sites. Park has three main areas on each side of a corps of engineers dam and lake. Free paddle boats and canoes. Short term RV's are in the first section to the right. Sites gravel, level, small wood decks. Most all pull throughs. Satellite friendly. Since the campground is on both sides of a small lake, you will need a golf cart (rent) or car to get around the park. No pool but a nice swimming lake. Very large well kept K-9 off leash area. New upgraded wifi, park wide that works. Park very quiet. Many planned activities. Mostly a weekend park. Interior roads gravel, easy to navigate. Small camp store, basic soda and munchies. Verizon and T-Mobile signals. FHU's to rear of site good. This is generally a local campground, but worth a stop if your in this area. Found staff and residents very friendly. - wtravlr1
May 2019 - $43.00
NOT for big rigs!!! Too tight, gravel, not level. - Jose Gautier
Aug 2018 - $22.00
The restrooms were older and probably a little harder to keep clean, but they were acceptable. Our site was level with central hook ups. The wif worked ok at the site as did the tv antenna. Reception for AT & T phones was good. Use the directions in the PA book as GPS will take you to a low overhang. - Al and Anne-Marie
Jun 2018 - $23.00
This is a beautiful park, lots of trees and a gorgeous, private lake in the middle with a fountain that was lighted at night. You felt like you were way out in the woods, the sites are very generously spaced and partially shaded. There are lots of squirrels running around, one afternoon I just sat out and watched them. The only complaints I have are that one morning the water pressure was really low, and the last day there were intermittent whiffs of a horrible stench from the sewer. I walked to the office and reported it to the girl, who said "the guys are doing something with the sewer, I will talk to them." It was better after that. Also, entering the park, a couple of the turns were a little tight for us (42 footer) and my husband had to stop and back up a couple of times in one turn due to some full timers marking their flower beds with rocks and bricks, but once we got to our site, we were fine. They have a gated entry which is nice so you know everyone driving in the park has an RV there. I would certainly camp here again! - overogal
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This is definitely an older park made up mostly of seasonal/permanent residents. We had reservations and were told the store wouldn't be open but they gave us a # to call. We got voicemail when we called so it took awhile to get checked in. The roads are narrow but we didn't have any problems getting to our site. There is little chance of getting satellite as it is fully covered with trees. Utilities worked well. The sites slope to the back so our front end was almost on the ground. Also it had evidently rained recently and there was some mud. Sites are gravel/dirt. Verizon and AT&T worked well. The grounds are kept up good. We were here over Labor Day weekend and it was packed with kids. There were about 3 cars at every site, so it was hard getting in and out of the park. They did have activities going on the whole weekend. Like I said, the park is older, but it is ok for a short stay. Residents were cordial. Other reviews mentioned the dragstrip...they had races going, but it wasn't that bad. Inside, we never heard them.+0\ - jacknpeg
Oct 2011 - $24.00
Rate is for 30 amp FHU back-in site. Roads are gravel, sites gravel or grass, in a heavy woods, with escort to site. No satellite reception, though Verizon cell and 3G were excellent. Campground is almost all seasonal campers. This is not a four star resort by any means, but it was more than adequate to serve as a home base while visiting in the area. The drag strip, Quaker City Raceway, that an earlier review commented on was here some 50 years ago when I lived in the area as a teenager, so it isn't likely going away anytime soon. We stayed during a time of heavy rains and they parked us on an older site with well packed gravel. The RV next to us sunk into the mud through the thin layer of new gravel on their site. We could stay here again if in the area, as long as we could get the same site. - Big Moose
Aug 2011 - $26.00
We arrived on a Friday for a two night stay. After checking in a man on a golf cart escorted us to our site. He help me back in and warned about the noise from the drag strip that was a mile away. The noise from the cars and motorcycles was annoying. It went on until after midnight. Saturday we were out and came back in the early afternoon. That noise from the drag strip went on all day until after midnight again. This is not the fault of the campground. This has driven a lot of seasonal campers away. The locals would like to shut the racetrack down. We asked for an activity sheet but they were out of them. They had a hay ride, corn roast and pot luck diner that we did not know about. They also had fireworks. This is an older campground and the buildings show it. The restrooms and showers need to be remodeled. The lake is nice for fishing or a small boat. We did not see anyone swimming even though they have an area roped off for swimming. - psrujak
Jun 2017 - $12.00
The Shenango Rec Area is a really nice facility. They don't try to pack them in, leaving nice private spaces between the sites. They offer electric in some sites but there are no full hookups available. Trash bins are located all through the campground and all the roads are nicely paved. My only complaint: The dogs. While most dogs were well behaved and quiet, one dog, just two sites over, barked incessantly. It was making us upset to the point we were going to report the owners but we didn't. We will use this campground again. A reminder to all seniors. June 30, 2017 ends the one-time $10.00 fee for a lifetime pass to all the national parks and most federal parks. The senior pass is good for the cardholder and three others in the vehicle. Our campground site at SRA was half price! - Have Camper-Will Travel
Jul 2016 - $12.00
Friendly staff, all that one expects from the Army Corp parks! Clean site, facilities. Senior pass rate always a welcome value.
OTA and Verizon both good. Stayed two nights and was so pleased I stayed another two.
Will be sure to return yet again. First come sites are great for travelers! - Wicked Witch
Jul 2016 - $24.00
This is an old Army Corps of Engineer campground that is in need of upgrading. Of the 321 sites, only 109 have 30 amp power. There is no 50 amp electric or water at the camp sites, however you may be lucky enough to have a site close to a water hydrant that you could tie into with a "Y" or "T" adapter. There is no sewer at any site although there is a dump station with two access points.
The electric sites are situated very close together. The non-electric sites are more spacious, especially those that back up to the water. Those are lovely sites if you want to/can boondock.
If you camp at an electric site, plan on taking leveling blocks with you as many will require side to side leveling. Also you may need blocks for your rear stabilizers because some of the sites "drop off" in the back.
The restrooms/showers are very old and need major refurbishing. The restrooms were clean and serviced regularly, we didn't use the showers.
The rates vary for the campground: Electric-$24.00; Lakefront non-electric-$21.00; Other not-electric0$19.00; and Multiple Family Site-$34.00. They do accept the "Golden Access" and "America the Beautiful Access" cards which gives you a 50% discount.
All in all, it is an okay campground and we will stay there again. - dmoore1108
Aug 2018 - $5.00
Coast to Coast Premire Members beware! This campground is 98% long term and permanent members. Seems the association is trying to pick up some extra cash for short term stays. The "volunteer" hands out a park registration document for you to fill in that requires $10 per night for an RV site with water but no electric. Another $5.00 per night, for electric. The C2C reservation system correctly indicates zero points per night. So don't let them play you for the extra $10! - GaHoosier
May 2018 - $15.00
Campground outside of Cleveland mostly old permanent sites. Coast to Coast has a limited number of sites available. Rugged terrain. - Masterchiun