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Clay’s Park is a large campground and water park in Ohio. We stayed at Clay’s Park for four nights to attend our cousin’s wedding in Massillon. Most importantly, the park offered 30 amp electric hookup for Leo (read post on RVing with large dogs). Humid 90 degree weather is not ideal for boondocking with a Siberian Husky. If you end up staying at Clay’s Park, check out our list of fun Things to Do in Canton Ohio.
Video review of campground at bottom of post.
Clay’s Park Campground Water Park Ohio
We camped in a back-in electric water site at Clay’s Park. This was the cheapest option at $46/night Monday-Thursday and $52/night Friday-Sunday. The fee is for two adults which includes two wrist bands for the waterpark. Guests have to pay $13 per person for the waterpark Monday-Thursday and $18 Friday-Sunday.
At check-in we received an activities sheet, wrist bands for the water park and rules. We detached our tow car at the check-in area.
Then we drove to the bridge to meet a host who lead us to our site.
The parking area is gravel with grass on both sides and a view of the lake. There is a picnic table and fire ring at our site, BH-05. We especially enjoyed the large tree at our site that provided shade throughout the day.
There are two dump stations at the park. One closer to the campsites and one by the check-in office. On Sunday around check out time, there was a huge line of campers at the dump station. On Monday, we were the only RV there.
Had we known about the cabins, our extended family could have stayed at the campground with us instead of at a hotel out in Akron.
Overall, we enjoyed our time at Clay’s Park during the week. We were gone most of the weekend to spend time at the wedding and with our family. There were many amenities we didn’t get to enjoy including the waterpark. The park was too crowded for us on the weekends, but we’d gladly go back during the week when it’s peaceful and quiet.
$46-$52/night for back-in water & electric sites during peak season
Pull thru and Back-in sites
Restrooms, showers and laundry
Poor AT&T cell service