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
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 .
Sailing Charters Have a fun day on Lake Erie fishing for walleye and perch. Many different Charter boat companies are available.
Antiquing There are about 15 antique shops in Stony Ridge, Pemberville and Perrysburg, all within 10 miles of the campground. There are even more shops in Toledo.
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.
Meet Your Hosts
"We want our campers to enjoy their stay, and plan to return."
Bill and Carolyn Miller welcome friends old and "not yet met" to come stay with us for a day or a week. Originally founded as "Rustic Acres" campground, Toledo East / Stony Ridge KOA has matured over the years. A recent expansion provides new Super Sites for 85 ft rigs. Now the KOA is updated and camper-ready. "It's a happy, quiet place," said Bill. Treating customers well is a top priority. We escort guests to sites, haul wood, fill propane tanks, and give them tourist related information. "We want our campers to enjoy their stay, and plan to return," added Carolyn.
Local attractions, including the amusement facility, Cedar Point, keep campers busy and having fun. Bill says people come from all around the world to visit the world famous roller coaster park. "I've met people there who were from Great Britain." People also enjoy visiting the nearby zoos, art museums, and conventions in Toledo. "We are located close to both major east-west and north-south interstates, so we get lots of people going out west and snowbirds heading south." said Bill, "Part of our fun is meeting lots of people passing through."
While closed in the winters, the Millers like travel. Bill enjoys amateur astronomy, Carolyn loves murder mysteries and making earrings and necklaces.