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27 RV Parks near Norwalk, Ohio
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Norwalk. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Norwalk in the left hand column.
May 2019 - $41.00
Great place and staff are great to work with. All hookups worked and no problems encountered. Site is gravel is easy to set up. Variety of site sizes based on RV or trailer size. - Catastrophie
Aug 2018 - $40.00
This is an older park, nice wide spaces on gravel. Staff nice and helpful. There are a lot of full time residents that live here. Very convenient off the interstate and still close enough for sort road trips. This is a great place to stop for a night or two. The only draw back is there is no WiFi. I was able to go to their office and use the hot spot. We went for a day trip to Port Clinton and Marble Head. Beautiful coastal towns on Lake Erie, within 20 miles - Tom-Sandy
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Convenient overnight stop near turnpike. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Very nice campground, well laid out and maintained by husband & wife team. Biggest problem, grass sites very unlevel and soft and although it was a pull through, the neighbors were very close. No sewer connection, but owner does come with his "honey wagon" and pumps you out Mondays & Thursdays. There is a small pond on the property to "catch & release", the nearby town of Bellevue had virtually nothing, but only about 15 miles up the road was the town of Sandusky on the banks of Lake Erie where there was EVERYTHING. - Retired Wanderers
Jun 2018 - $34.00
This campground is a "jewel" along U.S. Route 20 and worth the 17 mile detour from I-80. Wonderful and helpful staff. Although there appears to be many seasonal and longer-term residents, the campground is remarkably clean. The internal roads are a bit narrow but navigable. - dandd
Jul 2017 - $19.00
Beautiful wooded park with pond and very nice pool. Close to highway but very quiet. - TJJ
Jul 2017 - $38.00
If it is for just one night and you don't have any other option, well....but this really is a place full of seasonal, no sewer in the sites, and only 4 pull thru spaces, the back up spaces are not levelled....lots of mosquitos, and a lot of dog poop all over. - Didi5122
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a huge park that is almost all full timers in house trailers, travel trailers, etc. Many are boaters with docks at the sites. There are a few primitive sites and trailer sites for nightly use. If you are stuck, during the week is acceptable. Small sites, no privacy and little vegetation. The power went out constantly and it was in the 90s; so that caused a lot of concern being gone during the day with a fridge full of food and a pet in the trailer. The staff is exceptional, very friendly, professional and helpful. If it is a weekend, opt for the rest stop on 90 as a more enjoyable one night stay. My last night was a Friday. The site behind me (since they are so small, on my site too) had about 40 people drinking, cussing, and playing corn hole. Also a lot of really bad country rock Karaoke. Folks constantly walked directly through your site to get to where they are going, in addition to unsupervised children . Really about the worst camper etiquette and management oversight situation I have encountered in 45 years of camping. Considering the size of the park, they really need to have some type of night supervision on site to keep things in check. - Robi
Jul 2014 - $44.00
It is a seasonal campground. Only 4 pull thru sites. Bath house marginal and right next to very smelly dump station. It was quiet (no one there) but nothing else good to say about it. - Ascolo
Sep 2011 - $30.00
Nice park but they placed us in a back-in site on a narrow one-way lane with the site slanted in the wrong direction and long term site across with flower box made of timbers right up to the road. My frustration almost drove me to leave while trying to park. Hook-ups were very deep in the site with one connection spot for four sites. They charged extra $2 a day if you wanted to run your A/C (never heard of that before). They advertise Wi-Fi but the only place you could pick it up was inside the office or standing outside by a window. Nice place for seasonal camping not so much for short term. - JTBuckeye
Sep 2011 - $28.00
This was our first trip there, wasn't too bad. Sites weren't real big but seemed well maintained. Staff we encountered were friendly, store was tidy. Most of the permanent campers were very nice. Getting around with a big camper may be a little tough. Restrooms could be a little bigger. - hink64
Sep 2005 - $30.00
We stayed here Labor Day Weekend. The park was crowded as expected. We stayed in the full hook-ups area. There are not many sites open in the full hook-up area, because of seasonal campers. The seasonal campers are neat and well kept like the rest of the park. The bad things about the campground were the narrow roads and the fishing pond. A huge fishing pond but only very little is open to fish from because of brush. Nice place for a group of tenters or smaller travel trailers. - coorslight
Apr 2018 - $18.00
Nice, quite, clean park. Friendly, helpful owners on-site. Owners just bought the park and are planning to add pull-through site, office, clubhouse and bathroom/showers. Would visit again. - Polgara1961
Aug 2018 - $50.00
We stayed here one night and found it perfectly acceptable, about average/typical for a KOA. As expected, sites are pretty narrow with a strip of grass between each. Ours had a raised wooden patio, which looked nice, but meant we couldn't open our motorhome's cargo bay doors because they'd hit the patio. The campground had lots of amenities (pools, sports, etc.) which we didn't use. There's a pretty noisy train that comes through fairly often, but didn't bother us while we were inside our rig. The campground was mostly deserted during our visit just before Labor Day. One part of the campground near the bay was under water, but it was far from our site. Both AT&T and Verizon worked well. For an overnight stop, it was perfectly fine. - LifeRebooted
Sep 2017 - $40.00
We selected this site without reading the reviews. I agree with all of the reviewers who found the sites very narrow, lots of perminant resisdence, lot of cabins. It appears this KOA caters more to cabin users than RVers. Was just here for 2 days visiting a friend in the area. When I return I will not use Sandusky Bayshore KOA. - RB-KB
Sep 2017 - $57.00
We truly enjoyed our stay here. I felt it necessary to give our review due to many negative reviews about the park. We had plenty of room for our RV, tow vehicle and the towbar. No dog breed discrimination. All sites included a little patio with fire pit, table and chairs, along with an umbrella and even a 2 person rocking bench. I can not comment on the drainage, as it did not rain while we were there. - Dksnapshots
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Rustic camping at Resort Prices! When we booked our stay here we were expecting a really nice place for the price quoted but when we arrived it was just very average. With all the dead branches and leaves that were brown (they had been there a while) you could tell that grounds maintenance was not a priority. The pool and the bathrooms/showers are dated and need an upgrade. You don't get much privacy in the shower area. The worst thing though is that the campground is right beside a 4 lane highway (Route 2)! It is very loud day and night. If you rent a cabin here you would be just steps from the highway. They do, however, have location, location, location which I imagine is why they charge so much. It is one of the closest campgrounds to Cedar Point Amusement Park. This is not a destination resort but a decent place to stay for a few days if you're going to Cedar Point. Thank God we're Passport America members and only paid half price! - Ct yankee
Aug 2017 - $45.00
This is an older dated campground. Not designed for bigger rigs. Roads are narrow with tight turns and obstructions. They have a lot of 1 room cabins in the park. No cable. Water pressure was good. Wifi was slow and that was IF it was up. Had a hard time getting out of my site because it was tight with trees, narrow road and other vehicles in the way. A lot of permanent sites. - endlessreach
Aug 2017 - $24.00
Rate reflects a weekly rate with passport. The sites were well marked, grass and very level. There were lots of trees but we had no trouble backing our 30' motor home in the spot. The interior roads were gravel and paved. There are a lot of cabins and a section for tents. Staff was friendly and very helpful. They do a pancake breakfast every morning for $4.50. This is a very busy place. Many come here to go to Cedar Point. - esta34950
Aug 2011 - $24.00
We only camped here because we were attending a wedding. Lot's of really strange people living throughout the park, loud, rowdy etc. The showers were disgusting and looked like they hadn't been cleaned in sometime. The sites were big, but our 30 amp service kept tripping. My husband did use the pool and he said it was real nice and kept up. We would never stay here again. I am only guessing on the amount of sites, most of the sites are permanent, the ones out front are for transients, there could be about 30 of those. - User755
Sep 2015 - $37.00
We stayed 3 nights to see the area as there weren't any other options that were centrally located for us to reach the sites we came to visit.
The park is better suited for long term residents. The park was built on agricultural land and is surrounded by farming operations. Access from US-20 is either three quarters (from CR-175, S Ridge Rd) to a mile (from SR-101) along a paved, single lane farm road. Don't know if the shoulders of the road would support the weight of a Class A diesel pusher if there was opposing traffic that required leaving the paved portion of the road but the slope of the shoulder really didn't invite pulling onto the shoulder to find out.
Check-in included signing a 4 page agreement and providing proof of insurance for the RV (and towed vehicle). There was an escort to the site.
The access gate posed a problem due to the type of gate (pivoted up into the air) and the location of the key pads.
The interior roads and site parking pads were constructed of large crushed repurposed asphalt/stone. The roads/parking pads are still settling. Almost all of the corners are tight 90 degree turns. There is only one pull-through site, which has a 90 degree turn to exit. All of the remaining sites require a 90 degree back in to get on the parking pad. The sites (which included the parking pad & adjacent open space) are very wide. Privacy between the sites is based upon distance. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50 amp), and sewer. The utility connections were spread along the parking pads. The water was generally at the back of the pads. The sewer was generally towards the front of the pads. The electric was about midway down the sites. This layout required a lot of hose/cable (going in different directions) to reach the connections.
They do not accept credit cards. Cash or check only. Ended up paying an additional $5.00 due to calculation error at time of check in.
There were no trees to obstruct satellite reception. Didn't try to receive any broadcast channels. - bsb814
Aug 2015 - $22.00
The rate reflects a 2 week rate. This is a fairly new Campground. The owners live on site and make sure the rules are adhered to. Boisterous loud activities are not permitted. Party animals may not be happy here. The roads and spots are gravel and very level. There is a lake for swimming, which is very clean. It looks like the Campground was carved out of a farmers field, so there are no shade trees. Young ones have been planted for future shade. There had been a lot of rain just before we got there so a lot of the grass ares were mud holes. Things dried up after a couple of days. Most of the campers are seasonal and very friendly, quiet folks that watch out for each other. The water is county water and pressure is good. The entrance is gated and we felt very safe. We will go back. - esta34950
Jul 2018 - $47.00
$47/day FHU gravel sites with picnic tables Pros Large park in the middle of farms with over 360 sites Sites are very long - plenty of room to park multiple vehicles on site Indoor pool on site 21+ game/puzzle room with electronic slot machines/board games Laundry (1.50 wash/dry) Play areas for kids including volleyball/playground Small camp store - candy/soda/ice cream available Cons It appears a majority of the sites are occupied by full time residences Spotty Verizon cell service (iPhone and Android) WiFi only available at main office "Lake" is really a fishing pond - no swimming allowed Though bathhouses were cleaned daily they were far from "nice" - hopalongrving
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Best part was the indoor pool except the outside lights were not in working condition. Men's bathroom/shower had drywall falling off the wall and all over. Sites are close together , one shower house/bathroom in pool area rest are flush toilet without sinks . They take cash or checks only. No camp store so don't forget any supplies. The catch and release pond was nice . They do have a basketball hoop and volleyball court but poorly placed by the pond . The playground was pretty outdated. The picture on their website shows a pretty water fall , well it's not on site you have to drive about an hour to get there. That was disappointing. - Hollie
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We enjoyed our stay at Timber Ridge and would return if we were just driving through the area and needed a place to park for a night or two. It was easy to navigate the roads and back in to the sites. The indoor pool was nice, and fellow campers were friendly. There was a nice activity schedule and playground. There were good bathrooms and showers at the pool, but the restrooms near the campsites were basically outhouses with plumbed toilets (no sink or showers). Most sites were on grassy fields with no shade or privacy. There are saplings planted, but it will take years before they provide any coverage. Our site had broken glass bottles and trash in the fire pit and an old corn cob on the pad. It clearly wasn't cleaned before we checked in. It was also flooded a bit from a recent storm, and it took a couple days for it to clear. They gave us a gate key, but the gate was always open, even in the middle of the night. There isn't a camp store, and half the games in the game room were broken. There was a nice pavilion for events, though, and a sweet porch with tables and rockers to enjoy. We got the sense that this place was a work in progress, and it will continue to improve because the staff seemed to genuinely care. It was also priced accordingly. - scrunchie99