We stayed on the July 4th holiday. It was not filled. Many people in Ohio do not know that this park is here. It is really small and older. There is a small lake with swimming area and a marina with boat rentals. The trails that we were on were nice. Over all a very quiet small park. There was weekend outdoor movies. Nice playground. We were here without children. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older ohio state park that still has the latrine toilets and no shower house. Keep that in mind. Some of the sites could hold our 37 ft 5th wheel, but you could tell the roads (and trees) were put there with smaller units in mind. The sites were mostly shaded sites with little or no grass, it rained (and hailed) right after we arrived and the area was completely muddy. Most of the sites were at that upward or downward slant of yesteryear and some of the sites could stand re-paving. The sites are very close together so keep that in mind if you like privacy; considering it was packed over the weekend. All that said, if you like to fish, and can go during the week when it is not crowded and rain filled, it could be a nice little hideaway. It is right beside a nice little lake. Go not expecting a lot and you will not be disappointed. We would go back if in the area or wanted a last minute getaway as its only 45 minutes from us. The campground is about 15 miles west of Lancaster on US 22 almost to Circleville. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.