It is a great place, and you can't beat the price.
Large lovely clean town park. Closest park to Cuyahoga Nat'l Park. 35' max size, some sites not level. 20 amp electric only, water spigots and dump. Large park but campground has private entrance. 1st come 1st served, 5 day max to 1 site, 15 day max. Trails, ball fields. Helpful friendly staff. Crowded on weekends.
If your rig needs 30 amp, the spots are probably taken. No water. Only port a potties. You'll save money staying at a Walmart parking lot and then you'll have nice bathrooms.
Nice small park with shaded campsites. Wish they had more 30amp sites, but it was so quiet and the gentleman that checked us in was very helpful and gave us maps for seeing the sites in the park.
Silver Springs Campground is a community owned campground that s part of a larger town park. Very pretty and peaceful. On the plus side: it s very reasonablely prIced at $15/night for non-locals, sites are spacious, setting is pretty, close to Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Also not too far to First Ladies NHS, James A Garfield NHS. Host is frIendly. Minusses: most sItes are not level, the sItes are grassy allowIng them to be somewhat soft (easy to get tIres stuck), 20 & 30 amp sItes, porta potties only. Other revIewers have said limited to under 35 - I d say under 30 .
There is water and a dump nearby though. Sites vary a lot in size. Also near some good walking trails in the woods and a field and playground.
Had a great introduction to camp. Just picked a wrong spot. Due to the weather the ground was a little mushy. The guide should reflect no big rigs. I m in a 36 but it s a DP so might be just a bit big for site. On a side note when the big tow truck comes let them know not to bring the 800k truck because it won t make the turns.