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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamp Sandusky
This was a nice place for a campground, we had a sirete that had a small wooden barn-like house that was about 10'x10' and had a single bed on the left upon entry through the two part door, it remined me of a stable or something seeing as you could open the top half of the door but leave the bottom shut. A bunkbed was perpendicular to the first one to create an L shape in the corner of the room. Then there was a small bench along a wall with two power outlets above it, and that was as furnished as it was. Really nice and simple. We had a picnic table outside beside a small fire pit. Most of our time wasnt going to be spent there so I didn't really care where we stayed. It was a fun experience.
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... We pretty much had our pick of tent sites at the KOA and Anthony found a beauty on the edge of a marsh in front of Sandusky Bay. We didn't have much luck building a fire for lack of kindling, but we were too tired to care. After setting up camp, we quickly made some sandwiches and put some food and beer in our bellies and hit the rack about 9:00PM. ...
... and we headed down the interstate.
First day out is usually just a travel day as we are in areas close to home with out much new to see. Today, however, we decided to venture off the Pennsylvania Turnpike and go to the Flight 93 Memorial from the 9-11 attacks. The memorial is not complete as they are building a visitor center and educational center. The plane nose-dived into the ground and the crash site is marked with a large boulder. ...
... all day to decide to try the Top Thrill Dragster coaster. This ride accellerates to 120 mph within a few seconds and then climbs straight up to ~400' and then straight down and back to the station. There are no appropriate words for this ride that are suitable for a family blog. Suffice to say that this ride is a rush.......
No pics as it would have been too much of a hassle to bring in a camera to the park.