9 Parks near Celina, Ohio
Oct 2015 - $10.00
This is an excellent value especially if you have Passport America or Good Sam which gives you 50% discount. Mercer Co residents pay $15. Others pay $20. That is full price. There are some sites on blacktop but most are on grass. I would have given the park a higher rating but because of the lack of showers I didn't. - k m m
May 2014 - $30.00
The sites are large but tend to be soft when it rains. No gravel sites only grass. There's a definite lack of shade even though the park is full of trees. They just are not situated over the campsites. Office staff is friendly and helpful. One drawback for a monthly stay is absolutely no high speed cable internet or phone available. Luckily the 4g network for our own wireless works pretty well. Restrooms are large and clean but plain service. Definitely no frills. - J.Counts
May 2014 - $10.00
Our fee reflects Passport America rates. We were somewhat disappointed staying here on our way to Indiana. The full hookup sites were taken by 2 other campers so we had to use the dump station on site. Don't know where the 250 sites are as there were no site markers. "Sites" were scattered on grassy areas between roads and water spigots were also scattered and shared by several campers. We did luck out and managed to get a site on gravel/mulch with electric and water. We were able to use our satellite via our Verizon MyFi. While here we toured the area, namely St Mary's Grande Lake and the State Park there. We also toured the town to see historic buildings and buy groceries at a large "new" local market. Although this stop was convenient on our travel north we probably would stay at the State Park which also has Passport America rates. - gatordan
Jul 2015 - $31.00
Nice state park. Everything is wet right now, but that is not their fault. It has rained for abut a month straight up here. But a nice campground, well kept, clean restrooms. - philman
Jul 2014 - $28.00
New full-hook up sites, wide, with very narrow road and parking pad so kind of tricky backing in. LOTS of locals who let their dogs run but if you aren't local don't try it, you may get a ticket (we don't have a dog but saw one couple ticketed while we were there). In short, not traveler friendly. - Fulltimer5
Sep 2012 - $25.00
We paid $12.50 per night for their off season discount. Camp hosts were wonderful. They had inexpensive laundry facilities. Everything was clean and well kept. There was a dump station and potable water available. The only problem was that the lake was off limits for swimming due to alga pollution. We would stay here again. - Martins
May 2016 - $18.00
Bring a long water hose. This was a nice little park a few miles of I-75. The power was good, no Wi-Fi, AT&T good, water pressure good... BUT... we needed 50 feet of hose because 2 sites share a double faucet. A few potholes on the way in. We ate at the little diner, will do in a pinch, reasonable. Our rig is 40 feet long. To be fair, this place is under new management and it appears that they are trying to clean things up as well as repair things. - walt66
May 2016 - $18.00
Found park thru Passport America. Just off a highway, so there is some road noise when outside. Just close your windows and you won't hear it. Lots of permanent/seasonal residents. No fenced dog run, but you can walk your dog off leash around the small lake. Nothing out there but goose droppings. Lake front sites are back-ins and water/electric. All other sites are pull-throughs with full hookups. My pull-through site was on the back row and about 70' long. Wi-Fi worked fine at my site. Owner said Wi-Fi is really hit and miss anywhere on the property, including in the diner. Antenna pulled in the 3 major networks and a few other channels. Fishing in the small lake is allowed and no license needed. You can keep or release the fish. I drove through the local state park campground and I think it is a nicer park, but no long sites like here. - TH travelers
Aug 2015 - $27.00
This was our maiden voyage camping in a travel trailer, and it could not have been any better of an experience. The park was very clean, and had shaded sites, a nice playground, trails, bike rentals, and a camp store. The restrooms and showers were clean, and there was even a place to do your laundry. Everyone from the staff to other campers were very friendly and helpful. It was quiet and peaceful at night, and they had movie night for the little ones. We will definitely be back, for a longer stay. - 26River
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This is a hidden gem in Ohio. Very nice, quiet park in rural Ohio. Ft. Laramie and Minster are also great rural towns to visit.
Campground is kept very clean, restrooms are nice and clean. Camp spots are very nicely spaced. - philman
Aug 2014 - $26.00
This park is a family fun zone. The park is great. My only complaint was the black mold growing in the showers. The shower stalls them selves are very private with nice locking wooded doors. - TnCBurns
Jul 2015 - $27.00
This park caters to seasonal campers and even more in the future with additional sites going into a seasonal pool. About 20 sites will be available for over-nighters once the change is made. The area we have been assigned our last 2 visits can be muddy when wet, this area is where those 20 sites is located. The park has good power and water, but only 1 dump station area with two drains for the entire park. Many kids were present during our visit and running through sites. Even though there are negatives, we would, return since this is the only place in the area for Rvs. The rate reflects 1 night at Passport America and two nights at the normal weekend rate. - Teacher's Pet
Aug 2014 - $16.00
We found this park from our Passport America book after deciding to take the back roads and not the freeways south. What a great find! Gracious hosts checked us in, told of us the sights to see in the quaint Swiss town of Berne. We settled on site 221, a full hookup site with 50 amp electric. Quite a large back-in site and very well cared for grass “carpet” adorning the area we were in. We overlooked corn fields, soon to be harvested. Behind us in a fairly large area were “seasonals”, mostly 5th wheels, trailers and motorhomes; did not see many “permanents”. We were surprised at how large the campground was. We happened to be here when the annual “small engine festival” was being held in the town of Portland, 12 miles south. The town of Berne is rich in Swiss history, and in the heart of Amish and Mennonite homesteads. We enjoyed driving through the countryside seeing the typical well-kept farms they are famous for. And, of course, the roadside vegetable stands. Downtown Berne has a very large Mennonite church just across the street from Muensterberg Plaza and Clock Tower. The square--a city block--has a unique Glockenspiel, a fountain playground for children, and soon to be finished and dedicated band shell. We were not in town to witness the Glockenspiel play, complete with costumed figures characters dancing. We plan on staying here next year on our trip north. - gatordan
Jul 2014 - $31.00
This campground has many seasonal campers, but it also has a very nice area for overnight campers. It is a very well maintained campground with easy access inside the property. However, the trip down the county roads to get to it can be unnerving for a big rig, with hills and Amish Buggies. - Teacher's Pet
Aug 2011 - $30.00
Very lovely park. Amenities are phenomenal. Too many to list but all are listed are their website. Some of the staff there could use a lesson in manners, and that is why I am giving them a 6 rating. As a resort though I would give it a 9, just stay clear of the staff and you will have a pleasant time. - mnchope
Aug 2015 - $10.00
Indoor pool, $$ laundry, small lake for paddle boats/canoes/swimming. Coast to Coast members are in a section separate from member sections of the resort, full hook up but, w/30 amp service only. - rracer5
Sep 2013 - $10.00
Wi-Fi was very weak even though we were less than 50 yds away. Rate is C2C member rate. We were late arrivals and used button at gate. The manager said to go to the back row and pick any site. They were 30 amp only. The sites in the front of the park are nicer and sold as time-shares. There are several resident seasonal campers and they were very unfriendly. Not a bad place for a short stay. Has nice facilities in front of park and they are available to all. - Mick Barnes
Jul 2012 - $30.00
We used this park for a two-night 'overnight' to allow us to visit family in the area. When I reserved the site, I asked for a 50A site with access to the satellites: I did not use the water, sewer, or cable. When we arrived, the staff didn't know we were coming; when we said we weren't C2C, they didn't want to let us stay. It turns out that they are under new management, but they ended up honoring the offer made by their predecessor. I was told to 'pick a site anywhere on the last row and let us know.' Unfortunately, I picked a site and started setting up before checking the power. It was only 30A; it turns out that, of the 15 or so sites, only two had 50A, and I had to check till I found one. Otherwise the power was good, but there was definite age on the pedestals and receptacles. - Fletchers
Jul 2016 - $47.00
Fairly easy to reach from I-75. Entrance driveway and the internal gravel roads are little narrow but manageable. You drive past the pull thru sites en route to the office and have to backtrack to the pull thru sites once you've paid. Luckily, we had a knowledgeable escort. The clerk at check in was friendly and gave me a choice of sites. The office has pizza, wings, etc. for sale, but we didn't partake. Other supplies and brochures available.
The gravel pull thrus, as mentioned by someone in a previous review, are long and level but narrow. Not terrible for an overnight. Our spot was shady which was welcome given the heat. Some sites had no trees, and some seemed wider than ours. Picnic tables "conveniently " located next to sewer connections. Fire rings were well placed, not too close to the rv. We didn't notice road noise, but we had air conditioners running.
I'm past the tent camping stage, but the tent spots looked great with good spacing and grassy area.
Plenty to do at this campground. Very family oriented. Many well-behaved kids having fun outside which is refreshing to see. The pool looked inviting as did the playground and sports offerings.
Digital cable had many channels but no guide. Great picture. Wifi was ok.
KOAs generally disappoint, but this one didn't. It's the best one we've tried. Owners/ managers seem to take pride in their facility and actually offer something for the money. Plus, they seem to keep it clean and trim. - User3617
Jun 2016 - $42.00
Nice campground for an overnight stop. Site was level with good electric and water as well as a deck to pull up to. Sites are close, as is the highway, so expect noise which is made worse for tent campers as they are closest to the highway.
Facilities were clean and well cared for. Nice looking pool and playground, lots of activities. Staff was very friendly and lead me to my site, even though it was only right across from the office.
Would stop again if passing through the area. - Cyclonic
May 2016 - $55.00
Stayed here Memorial Weekend. The grounds and restrooms were clean, and staff was great. The pool was great and the campground had planned activities all weekend. This campground's biggest weakness IMO is the site sizes are small. For reference, my slideout extended onto my neighboors patio that he could use it as a backrest while sitting at his table. I also had to park my truck sideways to avoid sticking out onto the road. Lastly, I didn't like that I could here the traffic from the freeway all night. There is also little to do in the area. I will not return but do not want to deter people who would want to stay a night or so while traveling through. - DoubleEE
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