8 Parks near Findlay, Ohio
Jun 2014 - $26.00
There just doesn't seem to be much to choose from in this part of Ohio. We were surrounded by permanent residents, many in pretty decrepit accommodations. We had trouble getting in, then we had trouble getting out. We expected 50 amp but didn't get it. It was an adequate place to spend a night but we'd avoid it another time. - Jean D
Jul 2011 - $26.00
What to say, what to say? Well, the price wasn't too bad compared to other parks on the east coast and the grass was mowed. That was evident from the thick scattering of large clippings we had to wade through, indicating that perhaps we came the one day of the month they mowed. The trick was deciding exactly where our site began and ended, and what orientation was actually intended, because yes, it was just one of those big grassy areas with an electric pole in one spot, and a curious looking hole in the ground (perhaps the water?), but neither of us was gutsy enough to reach down and grope around through the clippings and dirt to see what was even in there. As for leveling well, we just put up with slightly off-kilter as we were just on grass with no sub-base. It appears that there were many permanent occupants, but I'm not sure if that was their original intent, or if it was just as far as their quaint, well-used vintage rigs would take them. As for the items in the store well, the 3' cobwebs indicate to me that these are more just for "show" and not meant for purchase, so do so at your own risk. Again for the money, I can't complain too much, and the guy was friendly enough. It was acceptable for an overnight spot, so I gave a 6 because it was fairly inexpensive. - chixs
Apr 2009 - $20.00
The park is very well kept. They had a lot of activities for the kids around the holiday. A fishing pond, nice playground area, campsites are spaced out nicely. We had a very pleasant stay here. The only drawback was that our phone did not work very well and that we could not stay longer. Water pressure was great park owners were extremely friendly as well as the other campers. It is a very family friendly park. - paidinfull
Jul 2016 - $44.00
With the exception of the pool (new in June 2016) the pictures on the website are bordering on fraudulent. They are certainly misleading. Pretty much everything was in disrepair. The mini-golf was a so broken down as to be unusable, the bounce pillow wasn't working. The 'pond' disgusting. This place is in the middle of a corn field...nothing for the kids to do outside of the park. Our site was basically just a dirt/gravel lot and it was very very small. The 'transient' sites are off on the side near the dumpsters (but close to the pool) With the terrain and the sewer pipe extension, our coach wouldn't drain...even with the jacks fully extended. This place is probably 95% seasonal. You can tell that it used to be a KOA and was probably pretty nice once upon a time...but not any more. We were supposed to stay 3 nights but we left after just one. The staff wasn't around when we left at 10AM so we left a note and then a VM. I'm skeptical that we'll get a refund. - FamilyJ
Jun 2016 - $40.00
50 amp pull thru site reservation for 1 week for our 42' RV which we had reserved approx 2 months prior to arrival: was not available. There were no 50 amps available. We were assigned a 30 amp site and thankfully not exceptionally hot that week, so able to make it on only 1 AC. Blew the breaker 1 time due to running the microwave, coffee pot and 1 AC. Our site was very close to the one next door with the slides out. Thankfully they left half way through our stay and no one came into that site the rest of the time. The park is very clean and well maintained. We have stayed here before since we have family in the area, but not pleased with our reservation this time. - 2350 and babe
Jul 2013 - $36.00
The only positive was the friendly staff. Many amenities were unusable: putt-putt, shuffleboard, basketball. They need to stop advertising these because of their condition. The pool/pond had a strong green/blue color. Park store has very limited supplies. Bathrooms were not clean at all. Website is down. - pkd31780
Aug 2016 - $47.00
We came into the park about 6:00 pm, on a very hot day. The person that assigned the pad gave us the only pull thru in full sun. There was a shaded pad right next to us, but we assumed someone else was assigned that spot. No one ever came in. We were not given any information about free wi-fi until I called about it.
On the positive side, the lakes looked like they would have been fun to use and the grounds appeared to be well kept. - SAMD6
Jun 2016 - $38.00
An older KOA transitioning from 24 year owners to their son - last 4 years. A bit dog eared, but clean with nice lakes, walking, fishing and more for kids and kid-adults. Not a lot around here, but only a few miles to next exit and mucho restaurants, etc. We would stay here again. Stayed here in a class B Roadtrek with no slides, toad using 30 amps and water, but did not have site with sewer. Dump station is fine and accessible. - KAZIMIRA
Jul 2014 - $44.00
We’ve stayed at this campground for a couple years and have reviewed it before. The place is still very nice, well-maintained, and the staff is awesome. However, it’s been KOA’d. $44 per night and not even full hookup, no pool, and 30-amp service! Plus another couple bucks for the dogs, AND there’s a charge for the agonizingly slooowww Wi-Fi. Wow. The pricing doesn’t seem to be hurting business, though. Pretty full on this mid-July weekend, with a lot of overnighters. The seasonal sites are all very well maintained with nice-looking rigs on them. - gomershad
Aug 2015 - $35.00
New first year owners, doing lots of up grades, electric, office, restrooms, lots to do yet. Very close to heavily used highway and Railroad tracks, train's about every hour. Corn fields all around us, lots of farming and feed mills. Very country setting. A little pricy for what you get. Water pressure was almost non-existent, no WiFi or cable. The owner said they had 147 full time campers some were kept very nicely and some not so much. - Joe-Sandy
Jul 2015 - $24.00
nice level grassy areas with trees-ONLY down side is heavy train traffic noise across the way at midnite to 0500 hrs. - katmandu
Aug 2016 - $27.00
Fire Lake Camper Park is a mostly seasonal user campground situated around a small lake and close to (in) Bowling Green. They had about 12 RV sites for short term stays.
Everything was clean and well kept. The staff was friendly, and helpful.
They had a restroom with several toilets and sinks. All well built and clean. The showers were separate rooms with a shower, dressing area and two hooks which were well built and clean.
We had a back-in site with water and 50 amp electric.
During our stay the outside temps were hot and the electric service was great. I ran both air conditioners and the electric voltage stayed at about 119VAC.
We would recommend to others. - William3
Jul 2016 - $27.00
The owner was very accommodating. We arrived after 5:00 and she came to our site to check us in. We stayed one night so the pull-through site was perfect. The people who camp there are so friendly and my kids loved fishing there. I highly recommend this park. The only downside I have to say is that it was not full hookup. Other than that it was a wonderful place to stay. - SoniaR
Sep 2015 - $16.00
Great little park that surrounds a lake. Close to I-75 and a nice place with layover for a night or two. We are a big rig and the pull through was adequate with a nice picnic table and fire ring. Unfortunately it was raining the entire day/night we were there so we didn't get to use them. The only downside to this park is that there is no sewers, only water and electric. Being full-timers, we like a full hook up when we can get it. But, the park was quiet, clean, and easy to get in and out of. Lots of nice little places nearby to visit and very close to BGSU. We will definitely put this place on our list of good parks to layover at. So glad we found it. It was a great value with the Passport America discount. - LovinFT
Jun 2015 - $35.00
This is really a seasonal campground rather than an overnight stop. We are not opposed to this, but this place seemed to be one big party, and we did not feel comfortable here. The drive throughout the park was almost too narrow to navigate with a big rig. The pull-through site was sloped and had no gravel or pavement. There was no fire ring or even a picnic table. - RNRVtravler
Jul 2012 - $30.00
The 30 amp sites that were available were un-level side to side. The power was very poor at under 105V, so our AC didn't fully kick in. Very busy place with season sites being the norm. The area behind us was rented to a company picnic, which ran until well after dark. We will not return, way over priced for what is here. - Teacher's Pet
Oct 2011 - $35.00
Nice campground, plenty of campsites. River sites have a nice view of the Sandusky River on one side and hillside trees on the other. All staff and fellow campers were very friendly. - hink64
Jul 2012 - $20.00
Being from Bowling Green and wanting to spend time with Family & Friends, and no other park readily available we have found the Fairgrounds an excellent choice. The parking for us has always been very convenient, open 24 hrs, patrolled by city police and most accommodating. Dump station is available, water hookups and electric is good but only 1 private 50 amp electric hook up available all others are 30. This is home to the National Tractor Pull and Wood County Fair so be aware that camping here during those events is very restrictive but available. You are 4 minutes from downtown and only 20 minutes from Toledo. Easy access from I-75 or US 6 and close to I-80 the Ohio Turnpike. We enjoy the stay. Dogs welcome and the love the walking due to all the Fair Facilities that are used year round. I will not hesitate to stay here. - rahangman