Hotel at a Glance: Indian Creek RV & Camping Resort
Indian Creek RV & Camping Resort’s 110 acres are only a block away from Lake Erie—just stroll down a well-marked gravel pathway to get to the lake’s sandy beaches. The resort is also about two miles down the road from Geneva-on-the-Lake’s popular main drag, though there’s plenty to keep you occupied onsite. Fish in a stocked pond, swim in outdoor heated pools, or play a round of miniature golf.
- Two ways to stay: Two-bedroom cottages include screened-in porches, full kitchens, and flat-screen TVs, while pull-through RV sites boast water and electric hookups.
- Dine al fresco: There are plenty of picnic tables and fire rings set up around the property.
- Family-friendly recreation: pickle ball, bocce ball, volleyball, miniature golf, and fishing in the stocked lake
- Build your own burger at The Loft at Indian Creek, which also serves subs, wings, and Lake Erie perch.
Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio: Historical Resort Town on the Shores of Lake Erie
Geneva-on-the-Lake thrived in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as a summer getaway. Wealthy families from nearby cities flocked to the village to “rough it” in cottages alongside Lake Erie, spending their days fishing, playing tennis, and letting their hair down at beach parties. Some of Geneva-on-the-Lake’s most well-known vacationers included John D. Rockerfeller, Harvey Firestone, and Henry Ford.
The village is still a popular vacation spot, complete with swimmable beaches and a main strip lined with restaurants, bars, and lakefront parks hosting live music in the warmer months. Head to Geneva State Park to picnic, boat, and fish for Walleye in Lake Erie. If you’re visiting in the winter, you may even have a chance to ice fish.