We have camped by tent, pop up, and now a cabin. By far the cabin with 6 kids and 3 adults was the easiest all around. Anyone who is used to camping can relate to a campsite when it is raining or cold out and having to walk to a bath house. Having the cabin made things much easier. If you are looking for a lot of room to socialize and spread out, the cabin is not for you. It is not a hotel room. It is great for the fact that your clothes are dry, you can sleep in a bed with air or heat, there are bathrooms (major plus for those trips in the middle of the night). There is tv for the kids for when they complain that they are tired and bored. And having a kitchenette, although small, was very convenient for preparing meals. Even if we had a camper again. I would probably vote for the cabins again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Lighthouse Point - featuring an RV campground with full hook-up sites, standard cabins and cottages and Deluxe Cabins that accommodate up to 10 guests. If you’re looking for accommodations with a summer-cottage feel, you'll be right at home. A cozy waterfront community of 64 cottages and 92 cabins, Lighthouse Point is located close to the fun, on the west bank of the Cedar Point Peninsula. Just look for the historic 1882 Cedar Point Lighthouse, and you’ve found us. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lighthouse Point Hotel Sandusky
- Cedar Point's Lighthouse Point Sandusky, Ohio