1 Park near Brookville, Ohio
Oct 2015 - $52.00
As KOAs go, this is a good one. Our pull-through site was level, but none too long. Utilities were good, including wifi. Employees were very capable and friendly. Interior roads were a bit narrow, but manageable. Approaching the park can be tricky, especially from Brookville Salem Road. If you are heading southwest, it is a VERY sharp right turn onto Wellbaum to get to the park. Better to take Pleasant Plain and turn south on Wellbaum. Expensive as is the rule with KOAs. - ramblin' vagabonds
Sep 2015 - $58.00
We stayed 6 nights to see the area.
The park is far enough from I-70 (Exit 24: SR-49, Dayton Greenville Pike) so there is no noise from the Interstate but the last three quarters of a mile is along a rural residential roads (Pleasant Plain Rd and Wellbaum Rd) that are narrow without a shoulder.
This was one of the better parks we came across during our travels in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey. The park was well cared for. There have been some new improvements. And there were several nice features but some of them were closed for the season or only open on the weekends. There was an escort to the site. The basic rate was for 30 amp service. There was an additional $4.00/day charge for 50 amp service.
The interior roads are a mixture of gravel and pavement. Some of them were narrow with tight turns. The site parking pads were gravel. This is another park that doesn't understand the simple concept of the importance of a flat, level parking pad! There are a limited number of sites that appeared level. Those with a pitch had a single or double pitch. Like most KOAs, there is not much privacy between the sites as the sites are very close to each other. The pull-through sites were just long enough for coaches and their toads attached. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50 amp), and sewer. The utility connections were towards the rear of the sites which could require a lot of hose/cables. There was an outside table and fire pit but a neighbor's fire pit could pose a hazard due to insufficient distance with the neighbor has a large fire.
There are basically two different types of camp areas. One has an extensive tree canopy which almost prevents any type of satellite reception. The other has some sites with open access to the sky for satellite reception. There was an adequate choice of cable channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels. The provided WiFi was adequate. - bsb814
Sep 2015 - $60.00
Located inches from I-70, the freeway noise is overwhelming. This is a very tight campground and is difficult to navigate a big camper; especially if it is crowded. The spaces are very tight; not much room for more than 3 or 4 around a campfire. Bathrooms were nice but the water was cold and the not very clean. They nickel-dime you for everything. Almost all gravel, so no scooters. Pool opens late and closes early. We will not return. - KingKamper