Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
For any of you out there who is a music fan, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is the perfect place to go. As you approach the museum, you will hear music blaring out of speakers, and there is quite often a band playing in the grounds. The design of the building is spectacular, the highlight being a glass pyramid. There is so much to see here that you should reserve the whole day for visiting. You can go to the cafe and get a light lunch, while looking out onto the lake. There are quite a few floors, so it's probably best to start at the basement. Here there is plenty of music history and many artifacts, such as instruments and clothes belonging to the stars, as well as original song notes, personal effects, and recording equipment. The exhibits come from all genres of music and different eras, starting from the early 1900s. There are less exhibits as you go up the floors , but there are interactive music booths, which are great fun for both adults and children. On the top floor, there is an auditorium which plays videos about different stars an music in general. In addition, they have temporary exhibits and evening concerts.
Homerville KOA is a nature-lover's dream come true. It is 48.1 miles south of Lakewood but worth the drive. The Campground is laced with nature trails and is home to a creek, two fishing ponds, ample woods and green spaces for wildlife. A naturalist on staff, guided nature walks and field guides can help you identify deer, fox, wild turkey and nearly 90 other bird species. Yet, you're just 15 minutes from I-71 and less than an hour's drive from Cleveland and Akron. This KOA's staff can offer suggestions and print directions to area attractions. Settle into a Deluxe Cabin on the lake or one of the large, grassy RV Sites with full hookups. Stop by the historic recreation barn to enjoy live music, craft classes, themed weekends and more. This KOA has been family-owned/operated for 21 seasons. Homerville KOA is gated: Arrivals must check in before 8 p.m. EDT or arrange for a late arrival in advance.
Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds and RV Park
You will not find quality RV camping close to Lafayette, Indiana. You will have to be willing to travel to find a quality location. Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, in Berea, Ohio offers a great RV camping destination. This is about a 4 hour drive from Lafayette This RV camping facility is just a few minutes from Interstate-71 and offers easy access to Ohio Turnpike. The Cleveland?s Hopkins International Airport is just a few miles from this RV campground. It is around 12 miles south of the city of Cleveland. This RV camping facility is close to many notable attractions of the area. These include Berea ? Mahler Museum & History Center, Coe Lake and Gazebo, Cleveland Browns, Metroparks, Lou Groza Boulevard, and Berea?s Train Depot. This RV campground is a few blocks away from the city?s 5 primary shopping areas. In addition, there are golf courses nearby. Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds covers 117 acres including indoor exhibit space.
Streetsboro/ Cleveland SE KOA
Streetsboro/ Cleveland SE KOA Campground offers three different types of RV sites. Pull-Through, Full Hookups with 50/30 amp and cable sites offer easy entrance and exit and long enough to handle your rig and tow without unhooking. These are very popular sites but limited in number. 3 night maximum stay please. Back-in, Water/Electric, 50/30 amp and Cable sites are spacious sites, near restrooms. Perfect for the larger pop ups smaller travel trailers and motorhomes. Dump station available. Book early, you'll be glad you did. Back-in, Water/Electric, 30/20 Amp with Cable are great sites for pop up or tent campers who want a little more. Near the restrooms. These go quickly so be sure to book right away.After you are taken to your site, you can take a stroll back to the General Store to see what treats will tempt you. There are the many varieties of fresh fudge (made right here) or a plethora of wonderful flavors of ice cream that will make your taste buds happy.
Riverview RV Park
With close to a mile of riverfront property near where the Vermilion River empties into Lake Erie in Lorain, Ohio, Riverview RV Park offers visitors unique scenic views of wilderness areas, and high shale cliffs that make for a relaxing and enjoyable stay at the park. Located just two minutes from the public beach, the Vermilion city swimming pool, and Mill Hollow Park, Riverview RV Park hosts plenty of grassy campsites and several pull throughs with electrical, fresh water, and gray water hookups, plus a honey bee sewage service once or twice a week. Spacious and roomy enough to accommodate even a big rig, the sites are simple and rustic with a quiet, peaceful atmosphere. Good river access is available for canoeing, kayaking and boating. Fishing is possible from some of the sites or at the community areas, and the park is well maintained boasting large, open grassy areas which are great for the kids to play on.