This was our second time staying at site 9 and while this was a quick overnight stop for us, we were happy to see that others have discovered this lovely location. The spaced out sites had happy campers across the Christmas tree farm and Carol was the same gracious host that we remembered. Perfect location to explore the National Park or kick back with the family. I added several photos of site 9 last summer so be sure to check them out!
Review for site 9. It was raining when we arrived and Carol met us at the car to introduce herself and give us directions to our site. The site was perfectly off by itself with great pines to hang our hammock, a large firepit, picnic table and wood wrapped in a plastic bag. We set up and called an Uber to a concert at Blossom Music Center and came back to fall asleep to the sound of crickets and woke up to birds, bees and the sun shining into our tent. The 12 sites are spaced out across the beautiful property and while there were other guests our site was very private . The portable restrooms are very clean and near the parking lot. The overall location is perfect for time spent in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and after a long hike, we came back to nap under the pines until we built a fire with the bundle of wood that was dropped off while we were hiking. Beautiful location, kind host and great two nights spent under the stars. We will be back.
If you like hearing water, being on water and hoping in your kayak when you wake up then you should camp at Fish Creek Pond. Huge fans of the Adirondack Mountains and the miles and miles to explore, this is a well kept state run camp ground. Smaller sites for tents, we were on 273 and almost shared the space with the neighbors but they left early and we were able to space out. Incredibly nice people everywhere and I love the ice cream truck driving through at night and a coffee truck in the morning.