Things To Do

Attractions Around the Grounds

The Hearthside Clubhouse

Visit the Clubhouse

There is something for everyone here. The Hearthside Clubhouse features a theater (Hearthside Grove Cinema) streaming movies, a fitness center with Peloton bikes and Nordic Track treadmills, community kitchen, lounge area, and Bier Garden. 


View of Pickleball Courts at Hearthside Grove Lake Erie

Play Pickleball

Perfect your game at our brand new pickleball courts. Plus, each week, join your neighbors in our pickleball tournament. 


View of the pool & spa deck

Soak Up The Sun at the Pool & Spa

Use the tanning ledge or hit the hot tub at the Hearthside pool. From time to time you can even enjoy live music poolside. Download our mobile app to see what’s happening at the pool during your stay. 


Activities Calendar

 Pack your agenda or do nothing at all! There is always something exciting going on in and around our luxury RV resort. We’re all about friendship and fun times! Download the Hearthside Grove Lake Erie Mobile App to see the upcoming events and learn more details about each activity taking place during your stay. 

HGLE App – Marketing Photo 05-24-2021

Attractions Around the Corner


Breakwater Beach

Distance from resort: 0.3 Mile

Breakwater Beach is a white sandy beach just a short walk from our Class A Motorcoach Resort. The beach is located inside Geneva State Park with parking available for your golf cart, bike or car. Sit back, relax and enjoy the lake breezes and sunshine or explore on a paddleboard or kayak along the shoreline. Be sure to check out the old green and white harbor beacon at the end of the breakwater.


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Geneva Marina

Distance from resort: 0.8 Miles

Geneva Marina provides direct, uninterrupted access to Lake Erie’s central basin. The marina features ample boat docks with 407 slips and transient docking.  A six-lane boat ramp gives you plenty of room to head out into the wild blue yonder. Charter a fishing boat to experience the “walleye capital of the world.”



Lake Erie Canopy Tours

Distance from resort: 2.5 miles

Come soar with the eagles and through the trees and then enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Erie. As the newest aerial adventure park in Northeast Ohio, located at The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake, Lake Erie Canopy Tours is the largest aerial attraction east of Cleveland. Three different experiences and ways to play.



Village of Geneva-on-the-Lake

Distance from resort: 2.6 miles

Geneva-on-the-Lake is an old-fashioned lakefront getaway that has something for everyone. Located on the shores of Lake Erie, it is Ohio’s First Summer Resort! Families have enjoyed vacationing here on America’s Northcoast for generations. Explore our village. We’re confident we have an activity for you.



The Spa at Lakehouse Inn

Distance from resort: 2.8 miles

Take time away from all of the fun and adventure to treat yourself to some well-deserved pampering.The Lakehouse Inn is a boutique hotel located along the Southern Shore of Lake Erie in Geneva-on-the-Lake. The property consists of an eight-room bed and breakfast, four cottages, full production winery, Crosswinds Grille (featuring farm-to-table cuisine) and a full-service resort spa offering massages, facials, waxing, and body treatments.



Adventure Zone

Distance from resort: 2.9 miles

Adventure Zone is the region’s family fun center with a giant arcade, go carts, bumper boats, 2 miniture golf courses, climbing walls and much more. Fun for all ages!



The Strip (Geneva-on-the-Lake)

Distance from resort: 3.1 miles

“The Strip” – the local’s term for the mile-long stretch of Lake Road in Geneva-on-the-Lake. Reminiscent of a vintage boardwalk, discover The Strip’s delightful collection of unique eateries, a micro-brewery, shops and entertainment. Most attractions are open from Mother’s Day through Labor Day.



Historic Ashtabula Harbor

Distance from resort: 12.3 miles

Along the waterfront where the Ashtabula River meets Lake Erie is a vibrant entertainment district in Northeast Ohio known for its historic buildings, local retail shops, a micro-brewery and eclectic restaurants.

The Harbor is host to a variety of great events including the Beach Glass Festival, Wine & Walleye Festival, The Arts on Bridge Street and more. It is the 2018 winner of Main Street America contest. Visit the Historic Ashtabula Harbor to explore a variety of flavors, sights, sounds, and history.



The Grand River Valley Region

Home to over 25 wineries, 3 micro-breweries and 3 distilleries 

On the ridge of the Grand River, visitors will find rolling acres of manicured vineyards. On sunny days in the fall, the sweet smell of ripening grapes hangs heavy in the air. Drive with your windows down to breathe in the delicious scents. There’s something here for everyone – wine, spirits and food. Enjoy the experience, take home great memories and maybe a case of wine.



Historic Covered Bridges

Longest and shortest in the U.S.

Ashtabula County is Ohio’s Covered Bridge Capital with 19 covered bridges including the longest and shortest in United States. Our bridges attract visitors year round, especially during the intense fall colors that start around the last week in September.



Amish Country

Distance from resort: 24.0 to 35 miles

Looking for something unique and a step back in time, visit Byler’s Community Kitchen in Jefferson, Ohio and purchase some of their homemade Amish pastries, pies and cakes, cheeses, deli meats and bulk foods. Or visit Cherry Valley Furniture (The Orignal Barn Store) in Andover, Ohio for Amish-crafted indoor and outdoor furniture, and bulk foods. They are a “country marketplace providing the best that Amish Country has to offer”.



James A. Garfield National Historic Site

Distance from resort: 28.5 miles

James A. Garfield National Historic Site is located in Mentor, Ohio. The park preserves the property associated with the 20th President of the United States, James A. Garfield. It is the origins of The Front Porch Campaign and the first presidential library established in the United States.



Downtown Cleveland 

Distance from resort: 53 miles

Cleveland – “Never flashy. Never trendy. Always Cleveland”. Well known landmarks and attractions – home to The Cleveland Indians, The Cavs, The Browns, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Playhouse Square, Cedar Point Amusement Park, Cleveland Museum of Art, The Warehouse District, The Cleveland Orchestra, The West Side Market, Jack Cleveland Casino, The East Side of The Flats and much more.



Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Distance from resort: 63.1 miles

Cuyahoga Valley National Park lies along the Cuyahoga River between Cleveland and Akron. The Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail is a restored section of the canal’s original towpath. The towering and majestic Brandywine Falls is one of several waterfalls to walk and hike. The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad runs through the park offering year round train rides. But it is best known for its Polar Express experience departing its station each November and December.



McKinley Birthplace Home & Memorial

Distance from resort: 67.8 miles

The National McKinley Birthplace Memorial Library and Museum is the national memorial to President William McKinley located in Niles, Ohio. Also known as the McKinley Memorial Library, Museum & Birthplace Home.



City of Canton

Home of Football Hall of Fame – 94.7 miles 

The Pro Football Hall of Fame located in Canton, Ohio stands as a shining tribute to the men who have made professional football America’s most popular sport. Opened in 1963, the Hall of Fame enshrines exceptional figures in the sport of professional football. The Hall inducts between four and eight new enshrinees each year on the first weekend of August. The Hall of Fame’s Mission is to “honor the heroes of the game, preserve its history, promote its values and celebrate excellence everywhere”.


For more attractions, call or visit our Ashtabula County Visitors Bureau at 440.275.3202 or