Geneva, Ohio is a small, quaint, charming town which lies close to the shores of Lake Erie. The streets are lined with fruit trees (which were in full bloom when we arrived) and lovely, old, historic looking homes which looked immaculately maintained. And it is known as Ohio Wine Country! YAY!

 

Not far from town, along Lake Erie, is a lovely restaurant called Driftwood Point which wasn’t open when we were there but it had a great outdoor deck for enjoying the scenic views of the lake and probably enjoying some food/drink.

 

Besides the lake, one of the main draws of the area is Geneva State Park which consists of nature trails, a campground, rental cabins, marina, and a swimming beach.

 

Campground: Geneva State Park
Location: Geneva, Ohio (on the shores of Lake Erie)
Site: 75 (back-in)
Cost: $28
Services: E (30 AMP)
Comments: A beautiful state park with a campground with 2 small loops. There is a row of full hookup fairly new sites. All other sites are electric only. There is a dump station on site and fresh water fill-up was available at the office/registration building.

 

The campground did offer a few full hookup sites that looked fairly new.

 

Geneva-On-The-Lake (AKA GOTL) is a village which was developed as a resort community over 130 years and has a 1 mile long strip of houses, restaurants, entertainment, shops, ice cream stores, etc. It is a fun, retro kind of place.

 

There is a lodge and conference center located prominently at the entrance to GOTL and right on Lake Erie. It offers bike rentals, accommodations, and a restaurant/bar.