9 Parks near Cadiz, Ohio
Jul 2007 - $16.00
This campground is divided into 4 different areas. 3 of the 4 areas are permanent sites, the other area is one large field, and this is for the weekenders. No designated sites, everyone just sets up wherever they wish, muddy sites, and no one runs this place. Also, you have to pay $5 for a key to the bathroom, and they are filthy. Never stay here again!!!! - darjen
May 2005 - $16.00
This is a very nice park that has 300 level sites and a couple of fishing lakes. Interior roads were gravel. We camped in the 5A section which was a wide open grassy field with very wide sites. This section was on a hill top and the lakes were at the bottom of the hill. If walking to lakes be prepared for a trek up hill back to your campsite. Several permanent sites and most people had golf carts to get around. Only 30 amp service available and no sewage but they do have a dump station. No reservations required. A great place to get away and relax. Very people friendly park. We will return for another visit. - cleo1948
Jul 2016 - $21.00
A nice state park, but really needs to remove pit toilets (no running water or flush toilets throughout the campground - not even at the shower house). Shower house was clean, had hot water where you have to continuing press a button to use, but only semi-private due to a common changing area. The sites were mostly level asphalt pads with good spacing between - most had at least one mature tree for shade and some had several. Grounds were well cared for. Playgrounds and shower house need to be updated and modernized as you find with most state and national parks. - IBpraisingGod
Sep 2015 - $21.00
Beautifully maintained state park. We had a nice back-in site, very roomy and private. Out little dog loved walking the hilly lanes and checking out the horses in the equestrian area. We loved the quiet solitude found after Labor Day. - Dareme
Aug 2015 - $21.00
Was pleasantly surprised at our stay here. There are three camping loops, one is a horse camp, one loop for those with pets and the other loop is for no pets. The park has a lake and beach area, which is a little separate from the campground, but still very accessible. Campground also has an archery range, mini golf, horseshoes, and horse/snow mobile/hiking trails. Our site was fairly level, had some shade and on a summer weekend, there were some open sites. Pads were asphalt. - TheRestlessYoungs
May 2011 - $28.00
Nice park, quiet and relaxing. Enjoyed to back to basics of camping. Pool was not open for the season, but looked like it would be fun. Many things to do in the surrounding area. Sites were easy to get into. Would recommend park to other campers. - cinnamon
Aug 2009 - $23.00
Very out of the way campground. Older campground but the facilities and grounds were clean. Park sites are on grass. Very friendly people and a good site for the money. We would stay here again. - Rick Lechner
Apr 2008 - $26.00
Campground is a little shabby but fine. Owner is very nice and involved. There were several seasonal units that looked old and tired. Sites are on grass - need leveling blocks. Voltage seemed low at times despite no need for AC at this time - concern that voltage may be too low to run the AC in the summer. Soft water. Bath/shower facilities are not heated but clean. Down in a valley so no cell phone service whatsoever. Only one TV station comes in strong - NBC station from Steubenville. Pool was not open yet. Small playground area. A little bit off the beaten path. There seem to be many activities in surrounding area. Good for a group as there is a rec building. Would stay here again, wish more commercial campgrounds were as decent as this one. - NancyB
Jul 2015 - $50.00
We are not familiar with the area at all, being from Texas. After some investigating around we chose this park for a few nights on our way to Boston. It appears to be a destination park for lots of folks and does have quite a few residents. We weren't here on a major holiday, but judging by the weekend crowd I imagine this place gets packed. We drove into Pittsburgh two days which was fine. The park is in the middle of nowhere, but the drive is scenic. All facilities worked fine. We stayed in the Red Carpet Row Section. (back-in) Really nice patio and fire ring up against a backdrop of huge trees and creek running behind. Our GPS did not have an optimal route into the park, but the GPS on our phones did. The drive into the park isn't all that treacherous. We have a 37' motorhome pulling a Honda CRV and did fine. As far as kids activities, they have it all. We did rent a boat one day and zip around the lake. There are very few grocery options around or gas stations. Owner/Manager/staff are very nice and helpful. Great place for families and kids or travelers like us. Only downfall to me was, seems everyone started making campfires around 4:00. Some smoke lingers around. - mikel
Jun 2015 - $40.00
I have never encountered a greedier campground owner.
Cons: Tiny lots - One side had a camper slide overhanging, the other had a gazebo 2' from our camper bed. No one-way loop for traffic - If your site is near the entrance you get tons of traffic from both directions. Bathhouse - Hot water costs $0.50 for five minutes. Insanity. No sign at wrong turn - GPS/Google maps/etc. send you the wrong way. The owner knows this. There is one wrong turn, which we took. We got stuck on a hill and had to be towed over it. The people that helped us out said that it happens all the time. People are constantly making that wrong turn. Entrance fee - You pay $3.75 to enter the park, THEN pay to do each individual activity. Our family paid for a pavilion for our reunion, but each attendee also had to pay to enter the park. Activities - The tube slide is advertised for age 4 and up, but the children aren't allowed to drag the tube back up the hill, flip it up the hill like a tire flip, or put it on its side and roll it up the hill. They must pick it up and carry it up the hill. What four year old can do this? Heck, what 10 yr old can do this? Also, the concession workers run the tube slide. At one point, my kids were told they were no longer allowed to slide because the worker had to go back to the concession stand. Wifi - Pretty much non-existent. Because there is no cell service at all, you're reliant on this spotty-at-best "wifi" for any sort of communication. Be prepared to walk to another area of the campground to have a strong enough signal to be able to connect.
Pros: The fire ring at the campsite was very nice. The proximity of the creek to our campsite was fun. Lots of things to do to keep kids busy if you're willing to pay extra. Multiple playgrounds (free) that are mostly newer nice ones with a few older, but still serviceable ones, mixed in.
Basically this owner will do anything and everything he can to get more money. - purpleenaj
Aug 2014 - $40.00
We stayed in the keyhole full hookups section. The campground folks are great. We were there during trick or treat. There are plenty of activities for the kids. Going back for the Fourth of July this year. If I was a seasonal camper this is where we would be. - psrujak
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Atwood is an older park and the sites were perpendicular to the road. This makes it hard to maneuver with a 35'. Our group was in section B on sites 308-311. All sites were shady. Water is available on site 310. The roads are very narrow. We saw the Rangers frequently during the day.
The sites across from us had more than 10 cars on six sites. This made for a roudy group and there were no rangers in site at night. The noise went on until 1:30 am. Very discouraging! Hopefully this was a fluke and not the norm. - Tammy7
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We stayed out on the Peninsula, Section F. It worked well for our group of 6 campers. People were friendly and quiet. You can fish nearby. The beach is not close by, but you can drive or ride a bike there easily. The showers are clean and free. - breakingwind
Oct 2015 - $22.00
I have stayed at Atwood several times over the last few years, always with a group in their group sites. The group sites are electric only with a pit toilet, you have to go to the main campground to use the showers and flush toilets. I found the shower houses to be very well appointed and clean, with plenty of hot water.
This is a large park with a very large campground, filled with mostly seasonal campers. Plenty to do, with a nice activities center where the is slow wifi and games, boating, fishing, hiking, a decent camp store, and a restaurant on site. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Most sites are spacious and vary between shady to full sun. - Cyclonic
May 2011 - $10.00
A long way off the road but a very nice park. Difficult hill going up to the campground. Wonderful heated indoor pool and hot tub. Beautiful club house, library, game rooms, pool tables. Lots and lots of amenities: tennis courts, ATV rentals, horseback riding, miniature golf, lots of things for kids to do. Large spaces, heavily wooded however I was able to get TV satellite find in section C. Dogs have to have vaccination certificates and be on leash, even though I was the only person in the park the week I was here. It rained all week and there was absolutely no one else here. Very quiet and peaceful. - NancyW
Aug 2010 - $10.00
Long drive off the freeway to get to anywhere and last few miles are very hilly and narrow but OK for big rigs. Road was just repaved, so that was good. We went here for all the activities but found out that many are only available on the weekend. Nice recreation room with adult lounge and nice pools. Check in staff not knowledgeable about campground. It would seem they had never even seen it. I asked about satellite reception & they looked at the map & pointed to the trees on the perimeter & said we'd be OK. We found the entire campground is forested. OK Verizon cell & Internet connection but not great. We stayed here on our Coast to Coast membership. - Danni
Sep 2016 - $29.00
This RV park is a bit hard to find for someone not from the area. It is remote and very quiet. Has a large pool. Has a number of permanents who use their spot for weekend get-aways. It is a pretty park and quiet while we were there. Level sites. Helpful and friendly staff. - W Davidson
Jun 2011 - $21.00
This Campground was formerly known as Campers Paradise which is when I stayed here. New owners have made improvements which include adding a pool. Very friendly seasonals. - Lakewood Camper
Aug 2016 - $39.00
There is no selection for my camper. It is an A-liner popup.
This park is very uphill. This means a fantastic view of the lake and surrounding hills. The flip side of this is a lot of exercise, some strenuous if you don't have some kind of transportation outside of your TV. There are of course gulf carts available for a fee.
If you don't want to cook you can go to the concession stand. Decent food reasonable prices. Loud music to go with that. Friendly staff too.
You may have noticed the comments about the tight turns. They are true, the camp provides assistance. We were guided by one of the staff who said he was one of the owners and he was very helpful.
One thing don't forget;
Silly me forgot to mention to the check in girl that we were G.S. card holders which would have reduced the cost of the campsite cost 10% This was the only thing that I would wish they might instruct their staff to ask as a small courtesy. - NanCas
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a well run park with many activities available. The main downfall for larger units are the narrow roads and steep hills. Much of this park is built on the side of a hill and the narrow roads and tight turns make for a harrowing experience. Once at our site we had a lovely, large and paved pull-thru with a beautiful view. We were in a 39ft motorhome and towing. We had just inches to spare on the turns and we would not recommend any thing larger. In fact, we would not try it again. Our other complaint was the wi-fi, which is offered through an outside vendor for a fee. We were never able to get connected and finally received our money back. For those with smaller units, this is a very nice park. Because of the turns and steep hills, we would not stay here again. - atwig
Jul 2016 - $40.00
BAD experience. We entered the park and our first thought was beautiful place. We went to register and that's when the good thoughts stopped. They informed us we would have to unload our car before going up to our "PULL-THRU" spot because we couldn't fit it around the corners even though our RV was only 34 feet long towing a mini cooper on a dolly. Something that might have been mentioned when we booked our site. They didn't have a spot to pull over and unhook the car so there we were doing it in the main thoroughfare while other cars were trying to come in. Then they escorted us up to our "PULL-THRU" and made us pull up to the far side so that a tent camper could use the back portion of the site the next day. Now the hose wouldn't reach the hook-up. We let their management know this and said that the spigot was to be shared with the tent they sent someone up with an extension hose so it could reach the back of our RV. As he hands it to us, he tells us we should probably be storing water in our tanks because often on the weekends when they have a lot of people, they run out of water (LOVELY). We looked on the internet at reviews of this place and sure enough people had complained about them running out of water. Can you imagine? We then turned on our water and the pressure was almost nonexistent. We took our dogs for a short walk and there was hardly anywhere we could walk them. Not a dog friendly place at all. We started adding up the negatives about this place and decided to leave early especially because a Volley Ball tournament was scheduled on Saturday, our departure date, and the manager said we would be hard pressed to find a spot to hook the car up again because of the traffic jams foreseen. We told them about the problems and they just shrugged their shoulders and said: "Sorry." Totally not concerned we were unhappy in the slightest and wouldn't give us our money back. - HurricanTraveler