Date of Stay: August, 2016
The campground is very hilly but it's very nice and picturesque. Some spots in the middle are built on a hill and are very tight together. Towards the top of the hill, spots are all grass and larger. Then there is a road that goes around. Those lots are also roomie but they are very far from all the amenities. A golf cart is definitely required. There are lots of activities for the kids and all the facilities are newer. There's free pot pie, billiards, ping-pong, church on Sunday. Has a very nice, large pool. Has a snack shack where food was decent. Club house was nice but I've seen others that were more well stocked. Activities were good. Overall a very nice day and nice park. There's a nice pond if you are a fisherman, but it is all the way down the hill and basically disconnected from the campground. Definitely too far without driving or riding a bike or having a golf cart. Almost forgot frisbee golf to.
Date of Stay: August, 2016
We love this campground. It's a very family-friendly. Our favorite spots are in the back next to the creek which the kids love to play in. It's only a foot deep max. Our spots are surrounded with mature trees and are huge. You can sit in our spot around the camp fire and watch the kids play in the creek. The only downside is they are electric and water and cable, no sewer. This year they added a BMX bike track and laser tag and frisbee golf. There are also adding a new shower house. The current shower house is fine and well kept. It's a nice family run campground. Super great for the kids with lots of activities. It's not as big as some campgrounds but that suits us great. There's a nice place to get snacks and ice cream. The pool is a little small but the water is always warm and nice, and there's a splash pad right next to it. There's also a zip line and a wire obstacle course. Very secluded down in a ravine in the trees. Camping the way that it should be. It's family-owned and I think both the daughter and son are involved. Everyone who we've interacted with are good people and the staff is great.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
There was no one at the house to check-in: self check in. The commissary was open and very nice. No camp store that I saw. Lots were well laid out and very large. My wife, I and 18-month old son drove through and decided we'd stay here next time instead of Mohican Adventures. Only because we really like large comfortable lots and our 18-month old was not old enough to enjoy all the kids stuff and activities at Adventures. Bathrooms were simple but clean and adequate, had hot water and pressure and there were several of them around. There was sand volleyball, a basketball court, horseshoes, a simple small playground, but that's about it, and they weren't fabulous. Looking a little work down in general. But if you like large comfortable lots over amenities and activities, this is your campground. Lots along the tree line or along the river are roomy and very nice, but not quite as big as the ones toward the interior (which are enormous), but a bit more private.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
My wife, 18-month old son, and I stayed here for 1 night. The site has a GREAT indoor pool although we didn't have time to swim. Let me say that I like larger lots as opposed where lots are very close together. This campground has a few nice spots with room, but a most sites are pretty close to together. There are TONS of activities for young kids. It is along a stream and there is a lake with beach, lots of playground equipment, paddle boats for the lake, canoeing across the street run by them. They sold firewood and it burned almost too well. It was $10 a bundle of rough sawn, dimensional wood as opposed to logs, and it burnt very quickly. We went through 3 bags easy in one evening. There are portable potties throughout that are decent and were pretty clean, but there is only one major shower house that is attached to the pool. Shower cubby holes were nice with shelves, room to un/dress, but a little tight. Lots of hot water and water pressure, but out of 10 shower spots I was the only one there. Lots are gravel and gravel roads a little rough with various types and sizes of stone. A little rough and detracting from the look. The check-in sites had everything you could want for your camper or camping experience. The people that work here were very nice. Since there were so many full service lots, it was ok, but there was only one dump station and it was not as nice as others, but it did the job.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
As with most state parks in Ohio, the lots are pretty ample. We stayed in our hybrid travel trailer on a full service lot along a tree line but overlooking the lake. The lake has about 18B branches to it, so there are tons of nice lots. We much prefer roomy lots with maturity and character and despise parking lots of side by side campers with tiny trees. KOA's are not our favorite for lots. Shower houses were clean with hot water and pressure. Had privacy to get un/dressed. The dedicated toilet houses were closer but not quite as nice, but convenient. Not really too many activities in the campground per se, but lots to do around (boating, fishing, hiking, etc.) as its located in a nice state park. All roads and spots we saw are paved. Fire ring and nice picnic table in every spot. We'll camp here again for sure.