One- or Two-Night Stay at a Tent or RV Site with Pancake Breakfasts for Two at Camp Sandusky (Up to 74% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Campers savor the great outdoors and an included pancake breakfast from a tent or RV

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 2nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Subject to weather. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid until 10/13/12 and from the beginning of the 2013 season until 6/2/13. Check-in 2pm; check-out 11am. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Camping brings man closer to nature and nature closer to a boom box. Introduce Mother Nature to Papa Roach with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

  • $16 for a one-night stay on a tent site for two (up to a $39.85 value)
  • $18 for a one-night stay on an RV site for two (up to a $54.85 value)
  • $24 for a two-night stay on a tent site for two (up to a $79.70 value)
  • $28 for a two-night stay on an RV site for two (up to a $109.70 value)

Each option includes pancake breakfasts for two (a $3.95 value each). Tent sites include electricity access and do not allow pets; RV sites include electricity, water, and sewage disposal and allow pets inside the RV space.

Camp Sandusky

A family wakes up and walks outside, standing just beneath the willow tree that drapes over their cabin, deliberating the day's activities. Just yesterday, the clan rode some of the world's tallest roller coasters at Cedar Point. Today, maybe they'll opt for something more cultured, like a visit to the Thomas Edison Museum, or take a ferry to Kelleys Island. Perhaps they'll go to Monsoon Lagoon Waterpark and challenge each other with bumper boats to get some relief from the sun.

Camp Sandusky puts campers within short drives of these and other area attractions around the Lake Erie shore and the Port Clinton/Marblehead area. The campground's more than 200 sites accommodate outdoorsmen ranging from primitive campers to RV owners seeking full WESC hookups. Additionally, more than 100 Amish-built cabins include pet-friendly and deluxe models equipped with air conditioning. Amenities span bathroom and shower facilities, wireless Internet access throughout the grounds, a heated pool, and a bunny farm where kids can pet and feed rabbits. Camp Sandusky also posts an online FAQ page to anticipate guests' questions such as "Can I bring my own firewood?" and "Is there a blow dryer in case my firewood gets wet?"

Camp Sandusky

A family wakes up and walks outside, standing just beneath the willow tree that drapes over their cabin, deliberating the day's activities. Just yesterday, the clan rode some of the world's tallest roller coasters at Cedar Point. Today, maybe they'll opt for something more cultured, like a visit to the Thomas Edison Museum, or take a ferry to Kelleys Island. Perhaps they'll go to Monsoon Lagoon Waterpark and challenge each other with bumper boats to get some relief from the sun.

Camp Sandusky puts campers within short drives of these and other area attractions around the Lake Erie shore and the Port Clinton/Marblehead area. The campground's more than 200 sites accommodate outdoorsmen ranging from primitive campers to RV owners seeking full WESC hookups. Additionally, more than 100 Amish-built cabins include pet-friendly and deluxe models equipped with air conditioning. Amenities span bathroom and shower facilities, wireless Internet access throughout the grounds, a heated pool, and a bunny farm where kids can pet and feed rabbits. Camp Sandusky also posts an online FAQ page to anticipate guests' questions such as "Can I bring my own firewood?" and "Is there a blow dryer in case my firewood gets wet?"

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