2 Parks near Cincinnati, Ohio
Jul 2015 - $55.00
It's a gravel parking lot with crappy campers, no grass,. And don't be fooled, it really has no connection to the Woodland Mound park at all. Lots of rules. We were given a lecture about partying and when we told the lady that we have a three year old, those days are over, we received a lecture on quiet time. So we said we wanted to just camp and run up to the water park -- cue next lecture, on coming in and out of the park and creating a disturbance. - malik0976
Aug 2007 - $18.00
We did not stay at this campground. We drove through in our truck to get an idea while staying with family nearby. We were looking for a nice campground to stay at next time we visit. I really liked this campground. It's right on the Ohio River with good views. I did not see any access to the river. It is pretty high up with steep cliffs above the river. No sewer hookups, but the dump station is centrally located. All sites have 30 amp electric. Nicely shaded sites throughout. Very clean. I also did not notice a bathhouse or store either. You must be self contained. This could be a problem if you have to shower and clean dishes with no sewer hookup. Make sure you bring your portable holding tank. We are planning a stay here soon so I'll give the full report then. - w2fjs
Aug 2015 - $38.00
Very nice campground and county park. Perfect for exploring Cincinnati or just relaxing. I would be nitpicking to find anything to complain about. - moleary18
Jul 2015 - $38.00
We camped here during our cross country trip and used it as a home base to explore Cincy & take in a ball game (it's about 15-20 min from the river front).
The campground is excellent...level, full hookups, clean, plenty of space between sites and safe. You'd never know you're on the edge of a big city.
Plenty to do here, paved walking/running/bike path, canoe/kayak, hiking. All in all a wonderful facility. We plan on coming back just to "camp". - theheils
Jun 2015 - $38.00
A good place for what we used it for- a home base to explore Cincinnati. The sites are clean and long enough for 40' + units. The full hookup sites offer no shade; the sewer connections are not flush to the ground and are near the front of the sites. This causes some logistical issues if your sewer hose isn't long enough and also tends to allow waste to accumulate in the hose until you "help it along" by repeatedly lifting and lowering your hose to overcome the raised sewer connection. Yes, we have hose ramps but for the distance we needed to traverse they were pointless. There's also no privacy between sites. On the positive, the sites are well maintained and kept clear of trash. As for the one shower house, it's obvious that it's inadequate with its three shower stalls for a full campground. Most times I visited there was some sort of wait. Not only that, but there is NO privacy in the changing area. The shower area could also use a little deep cleaning because although the showers themselves were clean, the walls and ceiling were growing what appeared to be some mold and mildew. As for the rest of the facility, there is a well equipped camp store that even has soft-serve ice cream and delivers pizza to your site! Firewood was a little pricey- 5 pieces for $4.69. There are nice paved and unpaved walking trails and a splash pad (for an extra fee) that the kids loved. You can also rent boats. There's even a farm with a small petting zoo and pony rides (also for an additional, modest fee.) Plenty of golfing in the area as well. We would return but this is not what we consider a destination park to enjoy the great outdoors. The campground just has a suburban feel rather than natural. For what we used it for, it was comfortable and worth the money. - Fdwt994