first let me start with the positives. most sites are nice and large, the pull thous are long enough for the largest of rv's or, a simple travel trailer and 2 vehicles, the sites are all paved and have grills steel picnic tables to seat 10, also on a cement pad. awsome view of Lake Erie and very nice setting for sunsets. free shuttle to the parks entrance or a brisk walk will get you to the nearest gate at soak city, i recommend the bus to the main gate especially with early entry to cedar point. The pool was nice but, needed some attention to clear the cloudy water at 90$ per night i expected crystal clear water, there is also a hot tub but then again lots of kids in it.
now the bad points, being that cedar point has mostly seasonal students working the drive into the park was crazy, they had no idea how to route traffic to the hotel nor the campground so there you are towing your coach, in my case 50 feet total length, through the parks main parking lot, when they could send those like us straight through. check in was a task due to students not knowing how to check people in with out cell phones texting, and lack of knowledge of camp grounds.
so over all i will recommend to camp here just for easrly entry to the park then you get the no line waits on all major coasters.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Camp at One of the Greatest Parks in Our Nation. That’s what it’s like at Camper Village, where you can “rough it” just steps away from the most exciting rides and attractions anywhere. Your site will be close to Cedar Point, and also Soak City, Challenge Park and Cedar Point’s famous Lake Erie Beach. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Camper Village At Cedar Point Hotel Sandusky
- Camper Village At Cedar Point Sandusky, Ohio