The two RV Gypsies did not take any photos at the Sandusky Bayshore KOA campground, but here are a few comments about the park.
- It was a pretty big KOA park. There was a security guard at the gate and 24-hour security.
The roads into the park were easier to maneuver a big rig through than at most KOA's.
- A really great feature of this KOA is that the roads in the park were all paved, and so were the individual sites. That is a rarity at any campground.
They had unsecured Wi-Fi at sites, but the two RV Gypsies were unable to get the Wi-Fi to work at their site. Luckily, they had their own Wi-Fi.
The workers asked that nobody drive their vehicle to showers, restroom or game room as parking is limited. All vehicles should remain parked at campsites unless entering or leaving the campground.
Children must be in their sites by 11 p.m. Picnic tables are at sites and the cleaning of the picnic table is the camper's responsibility. Any willful damage to picnic tables will be cause for eviction and criminal action. Tablecloths were available at the store.
No radios after 11 p.m. |
Check-out time was NOON for campers, 11 a.m. for cabins.
- Like most KOA's they put all the RVs side-by-side, close together, even if there was plenty of room in the campground.
-Water pressure was good.
- Campground was only about 3 miles from Cedar Point Amusement Park
Comments do not make the campground good or bad in general. They are just statements about the experience of the two RV Gypsies on said date.
The biggest negative at this KOA is that trains were almost constant all night long, blowing their darn horns and making it hard to fall asleep and stay asleep. This is not unusual at KOA's anyway.