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Old 08-19-2013, 09:18 PM   #31
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Forgot all about this thread. We had a great time. we had a nice level cement pull through in the Light House section. Personally I think this campground is nicer than Fort Wilderness, albeit on small scale. 2 issues.... check in was slow and needs to be changed! 10-15 RV`s in the waiting area with a line of the same amount of people at the check in office is unnecessary and the small store is too small and has very little of what is actually needed for RV`ers. other than those 2 somewhat minor inconveniences this is an awesome campground. we were in the park mon.-wed. after the 4th and there were no lines. we ate at the camper most days because it was so close. My neighbors friend was there thurs. and fri. after we left and he said it was packed!!! from what I hear mon-wed. are the days to be in the park. pool and hot tub were nice and we loved watching the ships come and go. and it was nice sitting by the RV having a couple cold ones listening to the coasters and screems from everyone having a great time.

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Old 08-21-2013, 04:35 PM   #32
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We just got back from 6 days at Cedar Point and had a great time!! 3 days in the park. Camping on site was great, made it very convenient for the park. Campground was very clean and the free shuttle service was a big help.

We also took the Jet Ferry over to Put-In-Bay and Kelly's Islands for the day. Rented golf carts and drove all over the islands, My kids thought that was awesome.

The only draw back was that anytime you had leave it took ten minutes just to get out of the park area. Other than that I would highly recommend going there for a family vacation as long as you like roller coasters!!!

We were there the same week
I was looking at your rig every time my wife and I were walking the dogs (Two little Shih tuz maybe you saw us)
I was going to come over and ask about your trailer but every time we went by it looked like no one was there (So how do you like it) I am going to go to the Hershey show and check them out.

Anyway we were at Cedar Park for seven days had passes for three
I have to say it was the most relaxing vacation I have had in awhile
The kids would leave at 9:30 to go into the park and we would not see them again till after lunch time. It was great walking the path along the water.We ate at the camper every meal except one pizza night. One other night my son wanted Nachos so they went to TGIF over at the Hotel and brought them back.
We were parked in the Lighthouse Point small circle backed up to the pool (It was like having a pool in the back yard) Bathrooms and laundry were clean. The place was very clean (They came and cleaned the BBQ grill every morning) I would defiantly go again prob only stay four nights not seven. 9hr drive from home here in NJ

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Old 08-21-2013, 05:04 PM   #33
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Great reviews. I've lived in OH all my life and have never been to cedar point. Have talked about it all the time, but never went. This is going to be on my list for next summer. A few days there, maybe hop the ferry to Kelley's island for a couple days, then a loop down through PA, and back to Oh.
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Old 08-22-2013, 08:40 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by thetiler View Post
We were there the same week
I was looking at your rig every time my wife and I were walking the dogs (Two little Shih tuz maybe you saw us)
I was going to come over and ask about your trailer but every time we went by it looked like no one was there (So how do you like it) I am going to go to the Hershey show and check them out
That is great. WE love our camper!!! Had a Jayco 29BHS prior to this, this one pulls better. Ours has the two bathrooms, which my wife loves. The boys have their own bedroom, TV and bathroom in the back. That was the selling point for us. The only thing that is a pain is the three sewer points. I was able to convert it down to two. If you dry camp this could be a problem. The galley tank is small, I usually just leave it open.

The only other thing I want to do if I ever go back to that area is put my rig on the ferry and camp a couple of days on the state park on Kelly's Island. Just to say I did it. My wife is not so keen on putting our camper on ferry. I think it would be fun!!!!

Also we broke the trip on the way out and back. Did not want to drive 9 hours straight. Stayed at Yogi-bear in Milton on the was out, went to Knobels and stayed at the KOA in Bellfonte (sp) on the was back. KOA was perfect, right off of RT 80, very nice place....

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