Dining The Toledo area has great dining opportunities. Many restaurants featuring fine dining to family type fare are within a short distance from the campground. And of course we have at least one of every fast food chain nearby!
Put-In-Bay/Lake Erie Islands Take the Miller Boat Lines ferry to Put-In-Bay (South Bass Island). Relax or party food, fun and sun. There are activities every week. For more information see www.millerferry.com .
History Buffs Visit the historic Wolcott House Museum complex, or day trip to the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont, Oh. You can also tour the blockhouses at old Fort Meigs high above the Maumee River and picnic in the beautiful park there.
Fine Arts Theater performances at the Toledo Repertoire Theater, musical performances by the Toledo Symphony Orchestra and the Toledo Jazz Society, "Music Under the Stars" every Sunday evening in July and August at the Toledo Zoo featuring various well known performers. The Toledo Art Museum is a fantastic place. There are exhibits and events for all ages and interests. Admission is free.
SHOPPING The new Fallen Timbers upscale mall and Levis Commons await exploration. Visit the quaint local towns of Luckey and Pemberville for antique and small town shops. The Toledo Farmer's Market is open on Saturdays in the summer season. Shop for fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers and baked goods. Guy's shopping includes Cabela's in Dundee MI (30 minutes, plus shops for ladies) and Bass Pro is minutes from our KOA.
Sporting Events Baseball is great fun at the state of the art Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo, home of the world famous Toledo Mud Hens. The National Tractor Pulls ("Pulll-Towwnn!") takes place at Bowling Green in late August. University of Toledo basketball and football and Bowling Green University sports are also close by. Come see the Toledo Walleye hockey team play.