Kenisee Lake, itself is a beautiful lake. There are a couple of other ponds on the property. Just about all the Thousand Trails campgrounds have miniature golf, but the course here is better than any we have seen. I think it’s nice enough to be a commercial course. There’s also a heated pool and other amenities. The WiFi here isn’t worth much. You have to be right in the Activity Center to use it, and then it’s fair at best. I had somewhat better luck with my 4G. It wasn’t the best cellular connect I’ve had but it did the job.
There were some nice activities over the weekend: ice cream, a chocolate fountain (along with the showing of “Willie Wonka”), and a few other children’s activities. One afternoon we enjoyed listening to a rehearsal session of a family bluegrass group that just happens to be staying here. They are “Amber Waves Band” and we hope to hear them in concert somewhere down the line.
The area has some interesting attractions. There are covered bridges, some nice beach and waterfront parks at Lake Erie, and other historical sites and events. Nearby Jefferson has a scenic railroad but it doesn’t start operations till late in the summer and into the fall.
We like Kenisee Lake Thousand Trails and will likely return here as part of a future swing through the Great Lakes states.
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