Welcome to Holiday Camplands!
Holiday Camplands is a 600-acre member-owned, private camping community nestled next to Pymatuning Lake. The Pymatuning area is well known for its beautiful state park system, Walleye and Crappie fishing, hunting, sailing and other natural recreation. Lake Erie and Conneaut Lake are also within a half hour drive.
Holiday Camplands has offered a truly unique family camping alternative since 1971. The large, predominantly wooded campsites are owned fee simple by the members. This means that your lot is available during all seasons for your recreational use.
A glance at our map will indicate the extent of our recreational facilities. Some most noteworthy are a 26-acre stocked fishing lake, two swimming pools, a par 3 golf course, miniature golf, bingo, tennis, adult clubhouse, youth recreation center and a playground. Our activities director organizes frequent live entertainment, special events and competitions to insure that there is plenty to do for the entire family.
Our weekly publication, “The Smoke Signal” will keep you informed of all upcoming activities. 27 comfort stations are conveniently located throughout the facility. The Mercantile Center located within Holiday Camplands, includes a grocery store, laundromat and food concessions. During the summer months, non-denominational church services are offered weekly.
Latest News from Holiday Camplands
White Ash Tree Infestation
As most of you realize, the White Ash trees of North Eastern Ohio are infested with the Emerald Ash Borer which means they are dead or will die within the next year. An infested tree will have no or few leaves, usually develops a series of small holes around the trunk perimeter and sections of […]
Electric outage possible for 2/22/18 in Beechwood/Bonanza/Open Ct./Tioga area
Weather permitting, Ohio Edison plans to perform work in the Beechwood/Bonanza/Open Ct./Tioga area on Thursday, 2/22/18. If this work goes ahead as planned this area will experience power outages during daylight hours as they add a transformer. Roy K.