12 RV Parks near Bellefontaine, Ohio
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Very clean quiet rural park. Grassy and spacious full hookup sites (water, sewer, 30amp & electric) with good mix of shade trees and open sites. Cellular signal was Ok (e.g., Verizon). Staff was friendly and helpful. Unfortunately no discounts for club memberships. Fairly large number of seasonals. However, all long-term units seem to be well maintained with clean sites and grass nicely trimmed. We would stay again with lack of camping club discounts being the only major negative. - rjohnso3a
Jun 2012 - $36.00
The Park is well managed. They are very friendly and always willing to assist in any way possible. Park could use some improvements and site leveling, but is well maintained otherwise. We would stay here again when in the area. Management has plans for improvements. - Mem503
Aug 2007 - $20.00
This is an older park with new owners who over and above will to try to serve you. The restrooms were spotless. Lots of seasonal campers with kids but they seemed to be well behaved. Noise was not a problem. This would be a nice campground for a family. - dfriesner
Jul 2010 - $30.00
Very well kept park. Mostly full timers. Grass sites are a little off level but could level the RV OK. Entrance is a long, tree lined lane, but the gravel road is in very good shape. The whole park was groomed very nice. Management is very helpful. Has a small swimming lake and also a small fishing lake. Would definitely camp here again. - darby
Aug 2012 - $14.00
This campground is at the end of approximately a one mile narrow gravel road choked with trees. The trees raked the sides of the motorhome continuously. The campground, while appearing spacious and with the grass trimmed, was populated predominantly with very old and inoperative rigs. The office was not marked and could not be identified. Since not a single person could be located, we did not stay. The roads in the campground could not accommodate a 36ft motorhome with toad. I was forced to unhitch the toad in order to exit the park. Since we did not stay we cannot rate the facilities. However, the difficulty driving the park's roads and the damage to the RV from the trees garners an unsuitable rating for nearly any size RV. Cutting down numerous trees on the entrance road and those trees obstructing the park roads would raise the park to an "acceptable" rating. Amazingly the park is a Passport America park. - rjohnso3a
May 2017 - $32.00
This large, clean park is right on the lake. Most of the sites are electric only, but there are some full hook-up sites (50 amp electric, water, and sewer). Most of the shady sites are electric only, but there are a few shady sites with full hook-ups. Our site (D28) was in full sun, and had full hook-ups. AT&T cell phone signal was okay here. I would happily stay here again if I was back in the area. - russingr
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Really enjoyed our weekend stay at Indian Lake. Busy State Park with lots of kids and adults on bikes, but we stayed in the C section, which is away from the madding crowd a bit. Cricket wireless (AT&T) was solid for me all weekend.
One annoyance was the signage for the potable water was nowhere to be found, not even on the online map. It's at the dump station and as you're leaving the park. And you're about 20 minutes from any real grocery store.
But other than that, it was a very pleasant weekend stay. If you have time, check out the Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum in Wapakoneta. - turleybe
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Great campground for boaters! Although we don't boat or generally use the beach/lake area at all, we still enjoyed our stay here. We originally reserved a lakeside (full hookup) site. Once we got there and saw how crowded the sites are in that area, we switched to a different one with more privacy.
The lakeside sites would be nice for families with small children. There were TONS of kids running between and through all the sites. Being just the two of us, it wasn't really what we were looking for - definitely wouldn't be a relaxing trip! We moved to C49 and it was absolutely PERFECT! Very spacious/private and close enough to a water spigot to fill up with our hose. The site had a perfect balance of sun and shade. - PugResQ
Sep 2015 - $36.00
It wasn't a bad view but there was way too many hidden cost that you didn't expect. Example: Even though we were camping there, it cost to swim and if you have more then 4 people in your family it will cost more for the rest. I hate to say it but it did cut down on the fun because you had to keep an eye on your wallet all the time. All the hidden charges made it not so good of a time and will be on the bottom of my list next time I'm looking for a place to stay. - trip2347
Sep 2013 - $42.00
The current part owners have owned it for two seasons. They are very nice and helpful and are working hard for improvements. They have a very nice beach and water slide area to a lake. We were there for a sporting event in a nearby town and it was pretty quiet that weekend. The set up would be really great for a group especially in their "Meadow" area. The Meadow did not have sewer and they did charge to use the dump station on the way out. Overall if we were in that area we would stay there again. It was pretty far off the beaten track but as said earlier it would be a great trip for a group. The rest were clean but old. - Novi MI
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Clean very level back in sites set up for trailers and not MHs. May have to disconnect if over 22 ft. plus truck No amenities but a good basic stop over with H2O, elect, and sewer. Anyone can stop for a nite for the tour. NO LONG TERM PARKING. Now the big problem! THERE IS NO CELL PHONE SERVICE HERE! Period! No cell phone company works. Airstream does have an internet that they will give you the passwords. We payed the $10 as we just wanted to see the tour and stay the night but when we found out the phone problem we had to leave ( I had a late night phone conference that night) The tour is very interesting and maybe a must see if you are anyway interested in Airstreams. - Cliffy
Oct 2014 - $10.00
The Airstream Terraport is where you can camp while having service done on your Airstream at the factory. The Terraport is also available for camping if you are passing through, or taking the factory tour. It's nothing fancy, 30/50 Amp, water, sewer and Wi-Fi. No restroom or showers. They also fill propane tanks. And it's only $10 a night if you are not having service done. - damonbeals
Aug 2016 - $23.00
There are only 10 hookup sites, all pull through. All have 50 amp, no water, no sewer available. They fill up quick in the summer months so you need to reserve as soon as you know you are coming.
Lake is within walking distance at about 150 yards but there are lots of lily pads along the east shore. Limited ranger patrol as this is a small lake and they work out of Springfield. The local Game Warden does patrol as well. Now the Watercraft division is seen pretty regular.
Pit toilets only no showers. Dump station with potable water is available.
Good clean power.
Fishing is popular but can be tough fishing, large strippers have been caught here. Osprey are often seen diving for fish along with lots of deer and Blue Heron.
There are no motors: electric or gas allowed on the lake. It is a nice scenic lake to canoe, kayak or take a row boat out on, along with sail boats. Boats are available for rent at the marina and bait store. Lake is 2.5 miles long. You can leisurely kayak around the shore in about 3 hours. - knightab
Sep 2014 - $22.00
Super nice campground, so quiet. Only has ten electric sites. In off season not many of the non electric were full. I really liked that the campground was on the water and that the lake was a no motor boat lake. Helped contribute to the quiet. All bathrooms were pit toilets, no shower facilities. Very nice for a few days visit. - naner
Jul 2010 - $18.00
We stayed here with two grandsons over the 4th of July weekend. We camped in a large site on the lake so that my husband and the kids could fish, and for the view of the lake. The lake front sites are across the main road from the rest of the campground. None of them have hook-ups of any kind. Everyone just parks their campers in the grass in that area. We took a couple walks through the main area of the campground. The sites on that side were mostly shady, but most were very small. It was a holiday weekend, so the park was full and crowded. Only 10 of the sites have electricity. There is no running water at the campground, only a continuous flow of water from an Artesian well located near the marina. Bathrooms are pit toilets, and in the heat of summer they were utterly disgusting. The smell and the flies kept us out of them, and we used our Luggable Loo inside our shower tent. We also brought along a solar shower since there are no showers at the park. This lake has a no motor policy, and attracts many fishermen. We rented a small human-powered fishing boat, and were able to keep it at our campsite for the weekend. There were park personnel conducting many activities for the kids throughout the weekend. There were also movies available for them in the evenings. All the staff was very friendly and helpful. This campground seems to attract a more rowdy crowd than we normally enjoy camping with. People were just running through and actually coming to our campsite to fish. There is no privacy. I realize that it was a holiday weekend, but I had the impression that this is the way it is at this park. I don't think we'll go back. - Scotswife
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Gravel roads well maintained. Our site had a cement pad, others were gravel. All were mostly level. Picnic table and fire ring. Our Verizon phones worked spotty, Internet poor on Verizon. Laundry was the nicest we have experienced. I would have given this park a higher rating except for the golf carts running around at all hours of the night. I had to buy earplugs. We will visit again. - esta34950
Jun 2006 - $25.00
This park is over run with seasonal campers many of which allowed their units to become very run down. Golf carts everywhere and it was a rather loud campground. They advertise having a swimming pool, which turns out to be a swimming lake. The lake was ok for swimming and did have nice homemade slides. They did have 2 playgrounds which were decent and they had a live band which was entertaining on both nights. I would not stay here again. - ACGreen
May 2013 - $30.00
Called ahead and asked for a pull through site and assured they were available. Pull through was in maintenance yard between a building and a backhoe. It was surrounded with heavy equipment, stored/consignment trailers, and three story piles of firewood. Patio was a maintenance driveway. No outdoor space at all! For $30.00 per night? If we were not so tired we would have left. Balance of park was nice but tightly packed. Family run for years seem to have no conscience as to what they call a campsite. - U320
Oct 2011 - $30.00
A nice park not too far from I-75. Almost all sites are rented out on an annual basis and occupied by park models. Lots of kids and activities. Almost everyone has a golf cart and there is a constant parade of them throughout the park. Nightly sites are "lake view", gravel and level with only one pull through that I saw. There are lots of campfires and the smell of wood smoke is everywhere day and night. I would stay here again. - travler27
Sep 2010 - $30.00
This is a pretty park but asked for and got a pull-thru. Only the pull-thru was on blacktop between 2 buildings used for RV repairs! We went back to the office and she finally gave us a back-in site that wasn't level AT ALL and had an old rickety wood deck. If we would have had to spend more than 1 night we would have left. She did take $5 off the $30 - redhead1943