Geneva-on-the-Lake, located on the shores of Lake Erie about an hour's drive east of Cleveland, is one of the area's premier summer resorts. The community combines 1950s-style fun with beautiful lake views, wineries, and antique stores. If you're headed to Geneva-on-the-Lake this season, check out these camping and RV sites as a great alternative to pricey hotels.
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Geneva State Park, located at the west end of Geneva-on-the-Lake, offers 89 electric campsites, four full hook-up sites and seven non-electric sites for tent and RV campers. Prices range from $26 to $35 per night with a 14-day maximum. Facilities at the state park include a coin laundry, showers and flush toilets, and basketball and volleyball courts. Limited pet camping sites are available.
Reservations are strongly encouraged and available online or by calling the park camping office. The state park campground is open year round, with limited spaces open during the winter months.
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Willow Lake Campground
Located just two miles south of Geneva-on-the-Lake, Willow Lake Campground is open from mid-May to mid-October and offers 125 RV sites, all with full hook-ups, on 70 wooded acres. The campground also offers a limited number of primitive tent camping sites. Facilities include a swimming lake. Check the campground's official website for daily rates for RV sites and tent sites. Weekly, monthly and seasonal rates are also available.
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Indian Creek Campground, open year-round, sits on 110 acres two miles east of Geneva-on-the-Lake on Lake Road. The campground features 600 total sites, 350 of which have full hook-ups and 20 of which are tent sites. Sites are available on a daily, weekly, monthly, seasonal and annual basis. Facilities include coin laundries, heated swimming pools, a security gate, boat and RV storage, a miniature golf course, a snack bar, children's playgrounds, restroom and shower facilities and an ice cream parlor. Internet access is available in designated areas. Indian Creek Campground is pet-friendly.
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Located on 146 wooded acres about 15 minutes away from Geneva-on-the-Lake, Kenisee makes a good base for exploring nearby wineries as well as Lake Erie. The campground offers 300 sites as well as four recreational lakes, a clubhouse, and two pavilions. Kenisee is open from late April until mid-October and sites are available on a daily, weekly, monthly or seasonal basis.