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My family has enjoyed camping on one of the lakefront camping sites for over 20 years and gladly paid the higher price for one of these sites. I have enjoyed the 1) sound of the waves 2) the view of the stars at night These...More
This was our first visit to this campground. It is quiet and clean. Great home base to explore the island: the glacial grooves are literally just across the street, nice beach, walking/hiking trails to explore the island or to bike.
Awesome campground right on the lake!
Very nice and clean shower houses.....only has two though for the whole campground.
Biking distance to downtown!
No wifi even though it says it has it at the camp office......never worked for us.
Be careful......my husbands phone alerted him...More
Tent camped here in site 92, right on the lake in August. The site is right by a nice, modern and clean shower/ restroom house. No glaring outside lights, but rather some subtle lighting that doesn’t interfere with trying to relax next to a campfire....More
We visited the Kelleys island state park campground for the 3rd time. We really enjoy the trip. The campground was clean& well maintained. The fishing was good. We did not see any raccoons this year which was great. The island is just so beautiful. Definitely...More
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If you're a regular bike rider, I would say it's do-able. The campground is right next to the beach area and the rock walkway (you can go out to this point to look back at the beach area). It's also next to the... More
If you're a regular bike rider, I would say it's do-able. The campground is right next to the beach area and the rock walkway (you can go out to this point to look back at the beach area). It's also next to the glacial grooves and a couple of hiking trails. To get to the main "downtown" area, there's a direct road, or you can take Lakeshore as a scenic route, but it would be a much longer bike ride. People see the whole island by golf cart, so I would think by bike is definitely a possibility. Hope this helps! I'm sorry I can't give a better estimate, we're not bike riders and had two small kids with us, so we we got around by car. :) Have a great time in August!