General Campground Information

EMERGENCY PHONE 9-1-1 for Fire-Sheriff-Ambulance

A Red EMERGENCY PHONE is located to the left of the campground office door which will dial 9-1-1 for Fire-Sheriff-Ambulance

When the office is closed, and there is an EMERGENCY NEED (such as a disturbance), phone 330-705-7560 for a manager.


If you have a reservation and are arriving late, a map will be left on the KOA Store Door showing your Name, Site Number and Directions to your site, kabin or cottage.  You may register the next morning.

Quiet Hours

Quiet Hours from 11:00 pm to 8:00 am    No Loud Music or disturbances any time.

Check-in and Check-out times

Campsites.......................... Check in: 2:00 pm    Check out:  Noon
Kabins and Cottages..........Check in: 4:00 pm    Check Out:  11:00 am

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding is available Friday, Saturday and Sunday by reservation.  Phone 330-484-3901
Closed Monday thru Thursday. $50 hour per person for an hour long guided ride. 280# weight limit. 
Children must be 8 or older to trail ride.  Pony rides for under 8 years by reservation.

Visitor Policy

Visitors must check in at the KOA Campground Office.  There is a visitor fee of $10 for Adults, $5 for Children 5-17 years per day.

ATV TRAILS (nearby)

ATV TRAILS LOCATED 1/2 MILE FROM KOA are open Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 7 pm.  Weekdays by reservation 330-484-3901
There are no rental ATV's, just the trails. NO ATV RIDING IN THE KOA CAMPGROUND!

Firewood Policy

Campfire wood must be purchased from the KOA Campground.  $8.50 bundle for 12-14 pieces.

Paddle boat Rentals

Come to the KOA Office to rent paddle boats.  $5 1/2 hour, 2 can ride at a time. Life jackets provided.

Pool Hours

Poor hours Memorial Day thru Labor Day are 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
There is no charge for registered campers but you must obtain a pool band BEFORE going to the pool EACH day.
The pool is open to the Public.  Register at KOA Office  Adults $10, Children 5-12 years $5

Store Hours

Daily Store Hours are posted outside the KOA Store Office

Meet Your Hosts

The Soehnlen Family

There are all kinds of things to see and do here!”

Leo and Carol Soehnlen's restaurant created a need for a different kind of amenity-a KOA campground. They purchased a church camp in 1968 that hosted the restaurant and many family activities, and soon realized they needed a place for visitors to stay. This prompted Leo and Carol to build cabins, cottages, and RV sites, thus creating their KOA campground. "We developed the campground into a family recreational facility," said Carol.

One endearing quality of the campground is its close proximity to many tourist attractions. Area attractions include world's largest Amish community, chocolate factory tours, the McKinley Memorial, Lehman's Hardware, as well as the most popular, "National Pro Football Hall of Fame," added Carol.

Customer service is very important to Leo and Carol, and they attempt to influence their employees to think the same. "We encourage our employees to go out of their way to find the answer to any problems that arise. If they don't know the answer, they find someone who does," said Carol.

The couple has ten grandchildren they enjoy spending time with. Carol also enjoys cooking, landscaping, and singing and because the campground is open year-round, Leo spends much of his time working.