Make no mistake, Campers Village is NOT a campground but more for RVing. Last week was our 2nd stay at Campers Village in as many yrs. and we will probably go back next yr. I'd recommend that you try to get into the new section since the sites are much nicer (full service sites, concrete pads, better drainage, and many pull throughs) and a just a bit more roomy. The only downside is much less shade so if you don't have A/C, it can get pretty warm inside an RV. Pool is nice but overcrowded frequently. Shuttle is great to get around and usually short wait times.
All the grounds are kept very clean inside & out of the amusement and water parks. But the one significant, and common, complaint is the bathrooms and showers. Last yr the bathrooms/showers were consistently filthy. This yr. they frequently were out of toilet paper as well-a pretty basic thing for a bathroom. Took 2 days of complaining to finally get them to service them properly. So plan on bringing your own toilet paper and being grossed out by plugged toilets. Since we camp in a PopUp, we require usable bathrooms. And to save a few bucks, the hot water is almost non-existent. Lukewarm at best even after midnight. Kind of ridiculous considering the rates you pay.
- 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