Reviews for Thompson / Grand River Valley KOA

| Awesome family getaway!

By user-6438909... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2014-05-19 to 2014-06-11

The new owners Cheryl and Don are so totally excited and friendly to revel all the new amenities they installed and improved upon! Their excitement is contagious! The new heated pool, the ol' hometown miners theme is so fun for kids! The fish are always biting in the pond, the many planned activities for kids and grown ups make the time just fly by! A weekend is just not enough time to do everything! The wineries and golfing are exceptional! Campsites and rv sites are flat, mostly gravel, good size lots. Showers are clean with good hot water supply! Plenty of washing machines keep you from taking home dirty clothes. I travel all over to many campgrounds and I highly recommend this one for all kinds of campers. General store is well stocked, grounds are nicely maintained! I will be a regular visitor for sure! Linda S from Va

| Heritage Hills KOA

By user-5900766... on 2017-10-23.

Beautiful park, friendly owners, very quiet. Sites are level with great water pressure with 30/50 hookup. Playground is excellent. Pass by the others, this one is the best.

| Best KOA ever

By user-6057646... on 2017-10-23.

We are full time RVers and have stayed at many KOAs. This is by far the best we've seen. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. They are constantly making improvements. Swimming pool, fishing lake, great kids playground,cabins and teepees, fenced dog run and much more. Very large campground with mostly level gravel sites and lots of grass between sites. 38 miles east of Cleveland, 5 miles south of I-90. You can't miss with this park.

| Friendly

By user-6194901... on 2017-10-23.

Came for a couple of days. Bathrooms were primative but clean. No cable TV. WiFi was run independently with very poor reception. We asked for 50 amp were given a 30 amp. Family came to visit and we were charged $4 each even for 2 kids under 2 years of age. They only stayed 2 hours. Activities were abundant but you really need a golf cart or bike to get around since the grounds are large and spread out.

| In my top 5 across the country

By user-6136885... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-03 to 2018-06-04

Very large KOA Resort, very large sites with lots of elbow room, tons of amenities. Big rig friendly (We are 72'). Seriously one of the best places we've ever stayed, even has a modern, clean dog wash building that's super cute. A few minutes from I-90. We just stayed the night, but wanted to stay a week. Tips, take 258 to Thompson Road to avoid 2 miles of dirt road on ledge road. If you do get on the dirt road, don't worry it's fine, we are 13'6" tall and heavy, no issues. There are a lot of seasonal sites that are very well taken care of. This place is gorgeous!

| Very nice KOA

By user-5932601... on 2019-08-09.

Well maintained and accommodating park. Staff was great. Only negative was the gravel covered road that you had to travel over to get there. Not their fault. Just go slow to keep dust and stones down. Would definitely return. We have a 45 Class A and had plenty of negotiating room and space in our site.

| Excellent campground

By user-5274513... on 2019-08-09.

Had truck trouble and arrived very late at night. Had truck towed and they let us stay another night. Very nice campground with big sites. A little off the beaten path but easy to get to. Would stay again if out that way. Stayed near the end of August so not many kids around.

| First Trip

By user-5247445... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-09-20 to 2018-09-22

We went on our first trip with our travel trailer, we are new to the camping life. Staying at the KOA was our first stop of a two week journey to the New England States. When we checked in, I mentioned that we were newbies. The response was, "if you need anything let me know, and I'll send my husband". Sure enough within an hour he was at our site to fix a broken fixture under the kitchen sink. What awesome people!