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Clay's Park is an awesome campground if you have kids. Their is so much to do. You kids will be entertained all day. When we were there some of the lifeguards were going through people's cooler looking for alcohol. They mean business when they say no alcohol in the park. I actually respect that they follow through. The campground is very expensive, but we weren't disappointed. They have a log roll in the water that was fun. On certain weekends they have events. The reason I did not rate a ten, is because it's very expensive.

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Mochican Adventure is a great campground. There is so much to do. They have an indoor pool and hot tub that is well kept. The bathrooms and shower are new in the back part of the campground. You can go across the street to ride go carts, play mini golf or canoe. There is so much to do you will not be bored! We stay at this campground several times a year. We love it!!

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Cutty's was a nice campground. My only complaint is the sites are very small. We went the weekend they had Xmas in July, that was a blast! This campground really makes a lot of effort to please their campers. The had a lot of nice people working there. Bathrooms were very clean. We will return their again.

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The campground bathrooms were dirty. We had to ask management to refill the toilet paper. The pool was nice. They offered a zip line and challenge course that was an addition fee, not worth the money. As much as they charge for this place it's not worth it.

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This campground was average. Their pool was small but it was as warm as bath water which we really enjoyed. They have a lot of activities. They even had a chocolate slip and slide for the kids; that was really awesome. Some people had really loud music playing behind us all night which was annoying. We would return again.

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Baylor beach is an awesome campground. They have a lot of fun activities. The restrooms were clean and the showers have nice hot water. The people who work there are very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend to others.

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We went to Roundup Lake in May for Memorial Day weekend. It was very crowded, they can really pack in the campers. They have a nice lake that you can not only swim in but also fish. The bathrooms were dirty all weekend and not clean once in the 4 days we were there. The other negative is they allow golf carts. There were several very young kids riding around in golf carts. The positive is they have a very nice store with lot of items to purchase. It was very well stocked and you could find pretty much everything you would need for camping. The staff seemed nice too. The campground was well taken care of besides the restrooms. They do allow pets and the Wi-Fi had a great signal the whole weekend.

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Bay Shore was a decent campground. The playground is older, but we liked the concrete pads on each site. They charge extra for air conditioning which we never even used but oh well. Some our family members really love Bayshore but we thought it wasn't anything special.

     

Evergreen Park

Dundee, Ohio

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Evergreen Campground is amazing. They have a beautiful indoor pool and hot tub. The bathroom and showers are so clean, you can eat off of them. The bathroom floors are heated! The only negative is they don't have a fishing pond, but this campground still deserves a ten. The owner takes pride in this campground. We used to call this campground the best kept secret in Dundee, but somehow cats out of the bag. It's a bit pricey, but you get your money's worth. Make your reservations ahead of time, because it's hard to get it.