Originally Posted by OhioMark
Congrats and great looking trailer. Good tow mpgs too!
We've talked about staying at Evergreen. That place is pretty much as good as it gets in terms of campgrounds.
Also, you need to get to Bayshore in Andover on lake erie and my favorite is the KOA in Mansfield. Just nice people running the place and lots for the kids to do. Free (donations requested) wine tastings on Saturday night for the adults! Was KOA of the year a couple years ago.
IN my opinion, there are maybe, 2-3 campgrounds in Ohio that are as nice as Evergreen.
The Shelby/Mansfield KOA has a reputation second to none and anyone I talk to about camping seem to always bring it up. It can be difficult to get reservations as it's popularity grows.
Believe it or not, there were patrons booking into 2016 at Evergreen. We booked into 2015 already and I'm telling anyone reading this now, that place is a 10+. The shower house is probably the laid out, cleanest facility I have ever seen. Anywhere. Period! I know the KOA is closer to home for us, like 20 minutes, but I just may consider Evergreen my "home" campground it's that nice. Plus, you can't beat all that good Amish cooking down there.
As luck would have it, we parked next to the only other sunset trail in the park that weekend. A nice couple, Scott & Suzette, who frequent Evergreen often. They had a 3 y.o. st32rl I think. She told me how much she loved it and hated it, the problems they have had with the trailer itself and with the dealer we both bought from (in Akron, hint hint). Told her about the forum and encouraged her to join and share her experiences and get some advice from others here.
We'll be staying at Mohican State Park in a couple weeks on one of their full hook up sites, I'll report back on that too. Always had pretty good luck at Mohican but it will be a new experience with the 270bh.
Thanks for the tip on Bayshore, we'll check it out.