Nice little country campground outside of Coolville. Has been here many years and is always full as it is about the only ticket in the area. The owners do take pride in keeping the campground tidy and they do not seem to put up with any nonsense, which is a good thing these days. This is mostly seasonals, but they do have spots for transients, We are in a large field in the new section and we were escorted by the owner to the spot and had plenty of room for our forty footer. The road coming into the campground is a bit steep and gravel. It is also narrow, so keep that in mind and watch for someone coming down the hill and you will be fine. We had no problems. The hookups worked fine, no issues with surging. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. Enjoyed our stay, some of the seasonal folks we met were quite friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects a weekly rate. This is a nice spread out park located in the countryside. There are a fair number of long term residents, but we transients pretty much have our own area. The check-in process and site assistance could not have been more personalized or friendly. It is very quiet and the neighbors are warm and friendly to strangers. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A large, full featured campground far enough from the highway to be secluded and quiet yet easily accessible, Carthage Gap is nestled in the middle of some great Southeast Ohio motorcycle roads (the reason for our visit). My ‘Big Rig’ is a 40 Motor Coach towing a 28’ trailer and Carthage Gap made it easy. Site was large, fairly level, had all the hook ups, fire ring, and picnic table. I had asked for a site that would allow my satellite receiver to work and they obliged. We called first and arrived after 10:00 PM. The owner waited for us and escorted us to our site. They were friendly and helpful and suggested a few really nice roads for my motorcycle. We planned on staying three nights and extended to four because it was that nice. We didn’t use the bathroom or showers so I can’t comment on them. The only negative comment I can make, and I’m really being picky here, is that the road in is only one lane. It never posed a problem, but I’d hate to think what happens if two big rigs, with TOADS met in opposite directions. I would not let that stop me from returning and do in fact plan to return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pleasant away from the traffic RV park. Family owned. The lady told us "don't worry about check out time, leave when you're ready'. Laid back attitude. Well kept grounds. Nice pavillion for a big gathering. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a really great campground. Stayed in the newer section which was level and open for satellite reception. Owners are two of the nicest people anywhere. I deducted points as this park is a great place to stay however not much in the area to see or visit. We would definitely return again to visit here as it feels like coming home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Owners were very helpful and guided us to our camp site. Only one vehicle can use the access road at a time. Very clean well cared for campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Road into park was quite narrow, but there were large MH's as well as small TT's. We stayed in the older section with mostly seasonals and extended sites. Sites are well kept and have concrete pads. People were very friendly and helpful including the owners who live on site. Park is in a beautiful farmland setting. We were there while working in area, so paid a lower monthly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wireless internet WAS NOT adequate as promised by park owner. EVERYTHING has a fee, including washing your own R.V. Race car's are being built and tested at a neighboring property, so roaring engine's, squealing tire's and dust cloud's are an everyday occurence. There is an abundance of game, especially deer in the area. Lot's of bird-watching and fishing at the nearby pond. Park cater's mainly to weekend locals as a getaway, and is not really set-up for bigger rig's. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground and friendly, helpful people running it. Gravel roads, and pretty good incline to office and sites. We stayed to attend daughters graduation from Ohio University, they had entertainment in the evening, nice breakfast on Saturday morning, both at the "shelter". Mostly seasonal sites, but everyone, especially the owners, made you feel welcome. We would return if in the area again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.