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21 RV Parks near North Canton, Ohio
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of North Canton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near North Canton in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $88.00
Was attending the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend and needed a campground in the Canton area and decided to try this campground based on previous experiences with another Yogi Jellystone Campground. Staff escorted you to your site upon check in. Site was near level with a gravel base, all hook ups were in a convenient location (sewer connection was a bit high but not too extreme). Concrete pad patio was very nice to setup chairs and grill. Site 42 had great shade on the passenger side of the site with full sun on the driver side. Verizon signal was ok, and was able to get satellite signal from site. There were plenty of activities and things to do for the kids. Only real gripe is with the pool, and that was the lifeguards went on break every 2 hours for 15 minutes at time (pool was only open from 11a-7p as it was) and everyone was made to get out. We have camped at numerous campgrounds and never encountered this (all other campgrounds have had sufficient staff to handle breaks for staff without shutting down the pool). Not very likely I will camp in this area again but, if I did, I would camp at this campground again. - SJEAGLES609
Jun 2017 - $35.00
I spent an entire summer here in the seasonal section and loved it. Plenty of activities and the pool and miniature golf is included and they have the best ice cream for miles around. This is a great park for families with kids - great playground and organized activities. The activity director is the bomb and keeps the kids busy! WiFi was very good in my section and nice level spot with full hookups - they come and empty an in-ground waste tank every week, very nice staff and very helpful. Plus Yogi and BooBoo run around all the time. I will stay here again. Hard to post my rate as I paid for the season! - Capt Jim 2
May 2016 - $69.00
For our family of 2 adults and 4 kids, this was a value as everything was included. If we would have had to pay for the amenities separately it would have been more costly. If you are camping here with 2 adults, it is overpriced, in my opinion. The water park/swimming pool was nice and is included with the site. The mini golf was in pretty good condition and was included. The kids loved the activities: gaga ball, playground, late night movies. Definitely a family park. The main camping area was full so they put our group in the seasonal section across the road. It was farther away from the attractions and shower house, but much nicer. Our sites were much larger and shaded, compared to the others that were in the full sun and tight together. - breakingwind
Aug 2012 - $22.00
This park is part of Portage Lakes State Park. It's located some distance from Portage Lakes State Park. I initially went to Portage Lakes State Park only to find there was a sheet with directions to Nimisila. It was not possible to follow the directions and drive a motorhome. Neither the street address or a geographic location was on the sheet for us Garmin and Tom Tom users. I finally figured out the intersection of Christman and Nimisila Roads. The actual address is 5550 Christman Road. Only 6 sites have electricity. - grafxman
Aug 2018 - $48.00
They charge extra for more than 2 people. We had to pay $4 for each kid per night even though they say they are a family park. They have a restaurant, library, pool (unheated), kids place to play inside, air conditioned/heated recreation hall, tennis courts, fishing lake, many restrooms, camping story, grocery store, and many other things. The park was great with paved roads. Our site flooded when it rained, about 1/4 of the site had deep. - Stacie C
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Large RV park but mostly permanent and long-term residents. Nightly rate is based on weekly rate of $283. The park is gated with a key-card access gate. Section K were all back-in sites. Sites were close to each other and not long enough for both trailer and truck. Parking was parallel to road in front of rig, which made for very crowded conditions when backing in the 5th wheel. Wi-fi was available for a fee. Verizon reception was good. The laundry room was clean and reasonably priced, but very busy at the time I used it. The park filled up on the weekend with family campers. The park has a nice looking pool (did not use) and planned activities. Convenient restaurant accessed from the park. - AZ-Rick
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Rural campground near Canton with mostly seasonal sites. Lots of family activities with large 3' deep swimming pool and adjacent spray park. Sites are grassy and close together. The back-in sites we were offered were not level, so we chose the best of the lot and managed OK. The many pull-thru sites looked fairly level and we would choose one of those if we pass this way again. The on-site laundry and restaurant were excellent and reasonably priced. Nearby Alliance had most national chain stores and restaurants. - Appleknocker
Oct 2018 - $42.00
Clay's resort was the only RV park in the Canton area that we could find a parking site for the full month we planned to stay. All the other parks we checked had no sites over the weekends, which are booked all the way through when they close after Halloween. Clay's Park was the most expensive ($41.66 per night, no discounts)), did not include sewer, WiFi or cable TV. The addition of sewer would have been an additional $1000!! But pump outs twice a week were only $165 a week. We pulled into the park using the OH 93 entrance. When we arrived, we were met at the entrance gate by the staff that rudely told us to pull forward but not to block anyone. With a 61-foot long combination (Trailer and truck) and no place to pull off the road, that was impossible, but the young lady did not understand. When we checked in, the same young lady handed us the package from the mail forwarding service that we had arrange to be sent ahead and told him this one was a special case and that they would not accept any more packages. There is no such restriction explained on the website, nor was anything said during the reservation call. She suggested we should go down the road and get a PO box, any packages received would be sent back. Not a very friendly reception. We received plastic bracelets we were told we had to wear whenever we were in the park! We also found out that any visitors we had, even though they were just coming to visit us and not use any of the parks other attractions, would be charged $17 for a day!!! They did not provide an escort to our site. The park is huge and the sites are not marked very clearly. Once off the main entrance/exit roads, the roads are gravel or broken pavement, lots of potholes, washed out and very narrow with many speed bumps. - BBGuy
Mar 2018 - $50.00
Huge park with high percentage of permanent residents. Local schools, businesses and organizations bus kids for picnics and day use of park's water park, which is very nice but crowded. Escorted to site, which is necessary if you've never been here before. Due to size and use of park by non-campers it is noisy and rules are not consistently enforced. Site had drainage ruts, severe incline made it impossible to get level. We stayed so our grands could enjoy the swimming pools and water park. Snack bar was large and expensive. - Movgfwd
Jul 2017 - $70.00
When we reserved we were told that the rate would be $51/night for a primative site (no electricity, no water, no table). Since there was no other camping nearby, we agreed. Upon arrival we were charged $70/night for two nights (two night minimum apparently). After being escorted to our site (which was nice, by the way) we discovered that although we had been told that no electric sites were available, there were a bunch on the other side of the roar. A campground host agreed to let us move to an electric site on the other side of the road. Anyway long story short-- massively overpriced if only camping and not using the waterpark but good customer service. - Vanman
May 2012 - $40.00
Altough a very pretty park, it is designed for seasonal campers, with many existing campers falling apart. Weekend campers are just pull in and set up, very little in the way of designated campsites. Although there are 50 amp service sites there is a panel with 4 outlets of 50 amp service, and unless you have a long long cord, you won't have 50 amp service. Restrooms were filthy dirty, with most toilets not working, showers rooms dirty. Although they claim to have dump stations, one is not accessible, and we had to pitch a fit to get the other one pumped, even though we were there at the opening of the camping season. When we complained about not having water, the manager, who was drinking, made it clear that we we were just lucky to have him there to complain to. I would under no circumstances stay there again, and give it anything but a poor review. - bounderdays
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Older park, mostly uphill, not easy to park, problematic during rains. Deluxe patio site next to sewer field!! Pool not close to campground but clean. Restrooms next to pool terrible. Restrooms and washer/dryer next to office dated. - Roadkraut
Jul 2016 - $83.00
I guess when you are the only game in town, you can soak folks. On top of the pricey rate they charge extra for kids. $93.00 a night in the sticks is criminal. And for that you can tote your own rubbish, as they don't pick it up. They don't escort you to your site and the "store" is the most dismal excuse for a camp store. It's even dusty.
On the plus side they have good directional signage off I-77.
We had a lovely site. But as the case, a little too close. These patio sites are nice, but have a grand view of A HUGE regional landfill. The buzzards circled several times. There had to be 50 to 100 buzzards in the air.
Then there is the air. Don't know if it's there septic system or the landfill. It stunk so bad we could not enjoy the outside facilities.
The design separates seasonal and over night guest. It a pretty good design. The mini golf looks (we did not play) among the best.
A nice KOA. But the Keep on Adding on, kills the deal. - wdw
May 2016 - $75.00
Stayed over a popular weekend, as we traveled across the country. We were told only a premium site was available when we called ahead to make reservations. A "premium" site was a narrow pull through site with roadway on both sides of us. When we pulled out our awning, it was into the roadway at the front of the motorhome so we ended up not using the awning. Restroom had a severe sewer odor the entire weekend, even after office staff was advised. The "pond" is really a water runoff collection site with unusable equipment sitting at the edge. No phone reception or internet access even though we were among the closest sites to the office. To add insult, there was a premium charge for having 2 children with us. This is not a place I would stay at again. We travel for months at a time and have done so for years. This review is not because I am overly picky! - Ms Winnie
Oct 2018 - $37.00
This park is old and needs upgrading. The sites are only 30 Amp. This park is NOT Big Rig Friendly. Although the pull thru sites are big enough. The internal roads are extremely narrow. It is very hard to make the turns with low hanging branches. The water pressure was so low I had to fill my tank and use my pump. WiFi at the site is extra. The site was gravel and not even from side to side. We stayed there in a 36ft 5th wheel 3 axle. I had to go off the road and onto the grass to make any turns. - roybrody
Jun 2018 - $41.00
First off this is not a big rig friendly park as the roads are narrow, turns to pull thru sites very tight (scraped bushes to make turn), and sites not level. When using levelers, wheels come off ground. Very hard to find a level spot even with levelers. Upon leaving park, again tight turns, hit same bushes when I entered. To enter you need gate code. Nice clubhouse and good access to nearby lake. Roads are one way and near exit gate is where trash can is located. It's a nice park just not big rig friendly. - Tracy Bounder
Jun 2018 - $50.00
The staff is very lovely. They have owned the campground for 21 years. The showers are very very nice. The pool is nice. Lots of activities for children. Easily accessed off Interstate. Very quiet. There is a gate that you need a code to get in if you are coming in late. Make sure you have the code. The best part is there is a path to the lake path on Lake Mogadore. It is beautiful. It is almost 5 miles long one way. Great for running, walking or a fat tire bike. Close to Akron: about a 15 minute drive. - Zeus16
Aug 2018 - $36.00
Mostly permanents. Nice little lake. Level gravel sites. Average campground, but OK if touring Akron area. - Bjb1775
Jul 2018 - $36.00
Check in was good, staff is very helpful and cordial. We didn't read prior reviews before arriving so we did the "tour" through the private homes at Hilltop Rd. When heading south on 43 do not turn left at Hilltop as the GPS will direct you, continue south on 43 for about another mile and you will arrive at the campground. The park is tree covered but our site, D9 had sun to the southwest so we connected to satellite. T-mobile cell was good. The roads are gravel and easy to maneuver. A $4.00 charge for the use of AC is added to daily rate. We were there over the weekend so didn't hear the construction noise in the morning. The campground is clean and we would return if in the area. - Nautilus
May 2018 - $34.00
First of all, to get to the campground, do not follow your GPS and turn into Hilltop Drive. It is a newer residential development and does not connect with the campground. A hundred or so yards past Hilltop is the entrance and it is well marked, so if you are driving south on Route 43, pass Hilltop and look for the sign and driveway on the left. This is an older park with a lot of seasonal units, many of them are in dire need of a good cleaning. I was a little hesitant when we first entered the CG...I guess I'm always looking for the neat and clean, but I didn't see too much of that here. But, the "sleep-ability" was good, until 6:30AM when the heavy equipment started in the gravel pit next door to the CG. I enjoy sleeping with the windows open, but this particular morning my alarm clock sounded mighty like back-up alarms. We did not use the facilities, so I can't comment on them. - Love To Travel 2
Jul 2018 - $25.00
We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting Lehman's Hardware in Kidron. I think the campground was originally built to support attendance at the, now defunct, Wild West Show arena next door. Most of the sites appear to be occupied by seasonal campers, but sites are neat and well maintained. Our site was grass and fairly level with 30 amp electric and water. There is a dump station on the exit road and a pumping service is provided for a fee. The staff and fellow campers were courteous and friendly. There is a well maintained swimming pond and a pond for fishing. We would stay here again if we were in the area. - BounderPounder
Aug 2015 - $23.00
The park has 60% season campers, all very friendly. No sewer, everyone uses the dump station. 20/30 amp electric only. Has a large pond with two slides and sandy beach. Stayed four days and would go back. - Lindas Old Man