Beautiful scenery, quiet park. We stayed there for the weekend. There are pit toilets and no running water in the park (that we could find). This made it very inconvenient for us, even though we were self contained. Sights were TINY (our awning touched our neighbor's camper--luckily, it was our family), and everything was muddy. Bugs were worse than any other place we have camped. This was a nice place but I doubt we'll camp here again since they don't have restrooms--our camper tanks were full by Saturday evening with a family of four. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small campground, with shaded, but small sites. The "stream" has dried up. There is a lake with a beach and a few boats to rent. The road has bike lanes, and there are trails to hike. It's a good one-nighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay. Staff was great. We camped on site 16: morning sun and evening shade. Great place to go just to get away. Bike path to Wellston was great. Plenty of places to walk with our dog. We stayed here Labor day weekend of '05. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Bathrooms in poor shape, no showers. The sites were well shaded, but there were too many
sites in the campground. The site next to ours had less than 2 feet between our slide and the neighboring pop-up. The camp staff was friendly, and were working hard to keep the camp clean. Excellent hiking/biking trails, and the side trips to the Leo Petroglyph State Memorial and Buckeye Furnace State Memorial were worth the
trip. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.