Unlike what the web site says, no cable and no wifi. We did pick up all the major networks on the antenna. Trees and bushes need trimming. Only a few sites for visitors like us. Almost all sites are seasonal. Good site to visit hocking hills, a 20 minute drive to them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Super friendly owners, were willing to stay up late for our arrival and personally guide us into our site at 11:30pm. We arrived late and left early, but from what we saw, it was a beautiful campground. The campground is close to Rte 33, but it was slightly awkward to get here: the railroad crossing and several turns. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is more of a trailer park than a campground. Only about 6 - 8 sites of the 70 sites here are for transients - all the rest are long term. It is a nice setting with two attractive ponds and a roped off swimming area. Lots of grass with decent space between sites. However, there are only about 25 FHU sites toward the front of the park and all are occupied by long term residents. All the rest have a gray water drain to which you can run a garden hose from your sewer outlet. Electric appears to be fairly new but is non-standard consisting of only a 3 x 5 box containing a single 50 amp socket. No 20 or 30 amp and no breaker at the site. Water pressure was very low at only 25 psi. Laundry consists of 2 washers and dryers for the entire campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I got to the park and the people there bent over backwards to help me. I had a nice view of the lake and the mountains in the background. Had no problem getting to the spot because it was pull through. The water even tasted good. I would recommend the Lakeview RV Park to anybody. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My site was between both of their lakes with a lovely 360 degree view, lots of grass, a cement patio, a fire ring. The wifi works well everywhere. They offer underwater attractions for scuba divers, on-site air-fill station for diving tanks, good fishing, friendly hosts, get togethers under the pavilion. Groceries, gas, hospital, dining are nearby. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Passport America discount price $15.00 per night. We stayed here for 3 nights to break up a long drive. The host was a nice guy and very helpful to find things in the area. The site was level. There is a patch of grass in front of the site. When it was cut, the person who cut the grass moved my rug out of the way and moved it back into place. The picnic tables were nice and recently painted. The dog park is little but it is off leash and well used. They also provide a bench, water and toys. There is a nice nature trail that runs behind the RV park. There was a community pile of firewood if we wanted to use any we were welcome to it. The host offered to have the museum opened if we wanted to go through it. The site was level when we backed in. The bathrooms were old fashioned but very clean. The site was big enough for the trailer (23 ft) truck and small car and still had room left in the driveway. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects Passport America. We enjoyed this campground very much. We were able to walk around the old Methodist village and quaint cottages in the complex and learned about its history with the old time camp meetings. The pool was nice but a little unkempt with old chairs and bathhouse a little primitive but that is what we expected. Met some very nice people. We did one overnight but wished we had time to stay longer. We would definitely return. The sites are very nice and shade available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small, quiet park. Great for an overnight stop or even longer to explore the area. The hosts are in site #1 and very friendly. All sites are shaded, spacious, and back-in only. We enjoyed our overnight stay and would stay here again if in the area. This is a Passport America park, but the rate is not available on weekends. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderfully quiet campground. We took advantage of the new dog run! Great!! The small cottage village is great for biking and walking around. There are stores close around. They offer free firewood. Close to the Sherman House, the fairgrounds and the Circleville Pumpkin Show. Inside "town" but we saw deer while sitting around the campfire. Close to Route 33. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very pleasant park just north of the Hocking Hills State Parks. Camp meetings started here in 1878. Next to the RV park, picturesque cottages and facilities line narrow streets appropriate for bikes and golf carts. As this is near Columbus there are many TV stations on air and cell phone service is strong. Location is in town, though quiet, and malls and various shopping are plentiful. Passport America Rates are now $12 per week night and not available Friday and Saturday night, but there is no limit on number of days. During the summer months, the cafeteria offers Sunday dinners and worship services, as well as various concerts, etc. Lancaster Festival in late July provides 2 weeks of excellent pop and classical music. Fall color explodes in time for the county fair starting the first weekend in October. I didn't give this a higher rating because of no sewer connections, though the campground provides free "honey wagon" services about twice a week. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice older park very well maintained. It an old Methodist Church Meeting Camp. (No alcohol in this RV Park and no smoking outside of your RV.) It has many cabins and meeting halls. A big old fashioned play ground for kids, and a large community fire ring are across the main drive. Gravel road and sites in campground were level and well maintained. Electric post had both 30 amp and 50 amp service. Be sure you use a pressure regulator, as the static water pressure is 90#. Over all a nice quiet place to overnight or stay a couple of days. The rate reflects the P.A. discount. I would have given this park a 10 if it had sewer connections at each site. It does have a large dump station at the exit that is easy to get into and use. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our first experience camping in our 36" motor home. The camp ground is an old Methodist camp ground. Has a neat auditorium that was build in 1895. A large open span wooden structure- neat to see. Free intertainment and some meals are served. It is an association run camp ground. This is an old community with small cottages and some full time residents. It was a very peaceful and friendly experience. We'll be
back! We camped here in a camper.