25 Parks near Glenmont, Ohio
Jun 2015 - $44.00
We spent 4 days at Mohican Wilderness and had an absolute blast. The sites are huge and allow you to open up facing the river. We had two sites that had a nice, gentle, slope into the river that allowed easy access for all the kids to play. The facilities met our expectations. We are seasoned campers and although the restrooms did have cobwebs and such in the rafters...we fully expected that. The shower stalls and toilets were clean and "airy". There were flush toilets in the shower house. The "pit" toilets...were just that. But there really no fly's and no smells. So for that, we were very pleased. The swimming pond was very clean and had a nice blue hue to it. The best part for us...was there were no "off-limits" for our two dogs. We have been to campgrounds before where dogs couldn't swim in the swimming ponds. Not here. Are dogs really enjoyed swimming with kids and getting a good work out in. Staff was friendly and accommodating. The store had plenty of goodies that one may need in a pinch. And they even had an ice cream truck that made a couple of appearances. Although they offered put-put, archery, shooting range, horse back riding, we did not have the time to do so. But this gives the kids something different to try next time. We have already booked an October trip to see the fall foliage. - KZ_camper
May 2015 - $35.00
I have been camping at Mohican Wilderness since the 80's. For the most part, nothing has changed and Mohican Wilderness Delivers a great laid back and rustic camping trip. I have been camping up and down the river and Wilderness has the best river front sites and a lot of them! The new office and store front, built in 2015 is very nice. Restroom and showers are rustic as well. This campground is meant to take you back to a simpler time. If you are looking for campgrounds with a pool, jacuzzi, WiFi, etc, then Wilderness is not for you. If you are looking to relax in gorgeous scenery with plenty of your own space, then Mohican Wilderness is for you. - Puncheon
Jun 2014 - $42.00
We were a little concerned about this campground, since the latest review on this site was from 2011, but we decided to give it a try based on their description of campsite size. We had no trouble finding the campground. Part of the road was gravel but it was in good shape. Might not be after heavy rain. When we got to the gate there was a sign that said the maximum height was a little over 11 feet. We have a 12 1/2 ft motorhome. The girls in the gatehouse said that the roof used to extend over the entrance road causing the low limit. There was also a tree there with low hanging branches that would probably hit the top of our motorhome. We went around to the left of the building which was more open. The girls checking us in were very friendly. After checking us in they just left us to find our way to our site. We had to ask for a map with directions showing the best way to get to the site. The interior roads were part paved and part gravel, relatively narrow with low hanging tree limbs. Our site was unlike any we have had before. It was on the river. From the road to a tree line before the river was at least 70 - 80 feet. From the tree line it was another 40-50 feet to the river. Between campsite hook-ups was about 100 ft. They are side by side hook-ups. We were able to back in to the hook-up parallel to the road so our patio was facing the river. Down a small hill from there was an area for a campfire. The area where we chose to park was fairly level grass. All the sites are grass, which could be a problem after heavy rains. We didn't use any of the facilities there. The restrooms were latrines. We did not check out the showers. If you choose to take a canoe trip they have their own canoe livery which will take you up river to start your trip which will end at the campground. Their park rules say that quiet time starts at 11 PM and was strictly enforced but there was a large group of campers near us that had a very loud party well after that. Perhaps the campground should have someone patrol the grounds after 11 to enforce the rule. Overall we would stay here again for just the size of the campsites. - User3125
Jun 2014 - $40.00
We have been camping for years, all around Ohio and Mohican. WORST EXPERIENCE EVER! Rude owner and staff. Owners favorite word starts with "F", even around our children! Park was swamped with recent rains and staff wouldn't help make the situation better. They said they had bales of straw available to cover the mud but it was $5 a bale! Price gouging instead of helping the campers that were trying to make the best of the weekend. We will continue to camp on the river but it will be anywhere but Mohican Reservation. Beware! - User3518
Jul 2010 - $30.00
Enjoyed the campground and will return next year. Spent 2 weeks at this campground on a lot overlooking the river which resulted in a lot of entertainment. Difficult entrance way and exit for a 40ft 5th wheel and the lack of a sewer hookup was a problem. Low hanging power lines is trouble for a big rig and we had to have a spotter walking beside the rig to make sure we could clear them with only a couple of inches to spare. - dilligaf1
Jun 2005 - $18.00
We camped here and canoed at another location. The staff was friendly and we had a nice secluded tent site. - angles87
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Very clean, and we came at the right time of the year when the leaves were at their peak color. During the time we were there, they kept the grass mowed without being intrusive. We had a slight problem with our motorhome. We walked up to the office to say that we would not be able to leave before check out time. They were very understanding and even gave us a phone number to call to get some help. Will definitely be going back. - SueO
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Very narrow asphalt sites with grass between each one.
Outdated water and sewer connections. A wooden wedge was required to keep the spring loaded water valve open.
Laundry room was not clean. Appliances were old and rusty but the price to laundry was very reasonable. The location was beautiful. Campground had a playground and a pool. Satelite reception was spotty. - lauraslytle
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This park is one of the most family friendly state parks. The pool, splash pad and play ground are top notch. Its hard to get sites at this campground in the summer and quickly sells out 6 months in advance. The ice cream shop is also a must stop. - 4n6
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We stayed at this campground with friends for a local Octoberfestival. Great service and most of the time the owners are in the camp office. Most sites are seasonal guests, but great access to the river. - sadkins6
Oct 2008 - $25.00
We stayed right on the river, it was very peaceful. This park has many seasonal campers and most must be big Ohio State fans, lots of OSU flags flying. They set up a TV in the pavilion and had a big bon-fire during the game. The sites were on the small size. Toilets were pit latrines. Each lot is serviced by back to back electric and water hydrants. Close to Amish towns and farms. - myriad
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Showers old and limited for size of park. Pit toilets, plug your nose! Sites on the river cost $5.00 more. Shows Passport America discounts but very limited time frame. Watch for low limbs on trees on several campsites.
Camp store sells a decent pizza and they sell carry out beer. - Wi1dBi11
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Found this park was decent for a couple of nights. It was rainy while we were there and we found that the roads leading to the sites turned to mud slicks. Gravel is definitely needed! There are some seasonal RVs scattered about but there's plenty of spaces for guests. The site was gravel with a concrete patio. Our site backed up to the beautiful Mohican river. The owners were super nice & very helpful. - sbelle55
Oct 2014 - $30.00
This is a fantastic getaway and a great place to camp. Right on the river with spectacular views. Basic sites with plenty of room for our 40' RV. The owners and staff are fantastic. Pizza and wings on site. Recreation area with a pool, corn hole and volleyball and a basketball hoop. No sewer hook ups but they do have a honey wagon and a dump station. Perfect for a getaway and in a great location for canoeing and Amish country. We highly recommend this campground!! - jnlo
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This is a small campground but it is so very well maintained. The grounds are mowed and beautiful gardens have been planted it some areas. The campground is right on the Mohican river and it is so calm and restful we will be back again. They do accept Coast to Coast points so are stay had no charge. - Walter Pfiitze
Jul 2015 - $1.00
Update from our last review.
WiFi is now available on deck of the sales office. Grounds continue to get better with well cared for lawn and good shade in many sites. New power pedestals and water connections at some sites. Pool nice and clean.
Rating would be 9 if WiFi was indoor at the activity building or 10 if WiFi available at sites. - Tireman9
Oct 2014 - $10.00
The resort as they call it has 225 campsites, with only 5 full hook-ups, and these 5 are only 30 amps. Very litte gravel to set up rv on. All the campground roads are narrow with very little gravels. When it rains mud & mud puddles all over the place. We joined travel resorts of america at sycamore lodge. It is great an me were told the other 5 resorts were just as nice. What a lie.we have been to 3 now and all three are DUMPS ! We will not be back here. Would love to be able to get our money back. Buyer beware. - mylittledogs
Aug 2015 - $42.00
I will pretty much ditto the other reviews about this campground, with dirty showers, brown water, and unenforced quiet times. I actually think the water made me sick. It was so bad that even after filtering it through a charcoal filter, we still ended up buying bottled water from a local store for drinking purposes. We stayed from a Thursday through to Monday. The site itself was actually pretty nice; level, adequate sized, and right on the river with easy access to the water. Other that the water being nasty we thought things were quite nice -on Thursday. Then came Friday night. The name of this campground on their web page is River Run "Family" Campground. You can throw the word "Family" out; this place is party central. The drunks in the site next to us stayed up and played drunken games (with an ax no less) until the wee hours of the morning and language that no child should be exposed to. There was no enforcement of the 1100pm quiet hour anywhere in the campgrounds. We stayed over until Monday and finally on Sunday evening we finally got some quiet and serenity. However when we got ready to pull out on Monday, we discovered that the dump station was full and running over.....we had no place to dump our tanks! I want to the office and at first they said sorry but there's nothing hey could do. I wasn't about to pull 2.5 hours with full tanks, I was preparing to pull down the street to the next campground and pay them to dump but the honey-dipper truck had just showed up for the full timers and they -camp management- had them come over and pump us out too. The only good things I can say about this campgrounds is that it is located close to all the Mohician River activities; the swimming pool was nice (cleaner water than the drinking water); and the site on the river was nice. Other than that I can not recommend this campgrounds, especially for families. - campdaddy
Aug 2013 - $33.00
The campground needs work. The sites were mud pits and too close. water is brown. Bathrooms are inadequate in number and filthy. There are a total of three bathroom sinks and three showers for 240+ camp sites. Fee is way over priced at $33 plus per night. We camped all over the country this year and this was by far the worst campground in terms of basic cleanliness and amenities such as water. - Len00lisa
Aug 2011 - $34.00
We do a lot of camping & this campground is our least favorite. We had read a review that people stayed up late making a lot of noise, so we called prior to reserving & were told that an 11 PM quiet time was strictly enforced. Not true. The people next to us stayed up until 2 blasting music & drinking. No one ever said anything to them. The showers were dirty & smelled bad. The bathroom was loaded with bugs & spider-webs. The fresh water was brown. The staff were RUDE & not helpful. When asked a question, their replies were little more than grunts. I seriously cut myself in the shower. Because of the bleeding, I wanted to let a cleaning person know. When I did, she could not have shown less concern acting as if I was more than a nuisance. We will not return to this campground. - ctaft
Jul 2016 - $27.00
We were here with a group or would have not selected this facility. The bathrooms are falling apart. The campground is activity oriented not so much RV oriented. Lots of cabins. Fire rings in use smoldered so bad it was difficult to stay outside at night time. Many restrictive rules plus you must sign an agreement that releases their liability even for neglect. It contains a arbitration clause and they insist that you wear their wrist band for the duration of stay.
We will choose not return to this facility in the future. - Travelall
Jul 2016 - $100.00
The park is very large and has a lot to do for kids and adults. Nice options on facilities great store. Great location easy to find. How many different size sites. Great family campground for all age range of kids. - Fireball1
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Good: Location (across from Canoe livery), clean restrooms, great service staff, indoor pool, fishing.
Needing Improvement: Sites are tight and navigation in and around campground tight, Lake not clean enough or me to swim in with lots of algea and moss floating on top. - DoubleEE
Jul 2015 - $41.00
First the good: They have a pool, and it appeared fairly clean. And now the bad: 1) Roads, or lack thereof. They sent me to a site down along the river. This camping area, although it was not disclosed to me, appears to be designed for only tent camping or small popup campers. The path there was an extremely steep dirt road that is washed out in several spots with 6 inch deep ruts. I was pulling a 30 ft trailer and no one said a thing about this! If I didn't have 400 HP and 4x4, I'd have never made it back up. And thankfully it wasn't pouring rain at the time. I'm still worried that I may have damaged my trailer bearings. 2) Signage, or lack thereof. Apparently "toodik" is native for "lost in the woods" because you will be hard pressed to find any sort of signs, and the map provided was drawn by a 5 year old and looks nothing like the actual grounds once there. 3) If you like mosquitoes, you're in luck. I've never in my life seen so many congregated in one area. They were so thick you could see dark clouds of them swarming. Judging by our many welts, they don't mind Deep Woods Off. 4) Watch out for extra fees! Things like bringing children or just arriving a little early. Also, cancellation fees are STEEP. A min of $25 for > 7 days, or $40 if less. For no shows, you lose the $40 AND they bill you the balance too. They are bloodsucking vampires not unlike their mosquitoes. 5) When I asked if they accepted Passport America, the lady's response was, "what's that?". 6) If you plan to go canoeing, be sure you bring a LOT of money. I grew up around this area and use to canoe as a kid all the time for almost nothing. American greed at it's best, a family of 4 will now set you back well over $100.
But don't let all of this deter you, they DID have a pool. - hojo70
Jun 2013 - $30.00
This campground was average. Their pool was small but it was as warm as bath water which we really enjoyed. They have a lot of activities. They even had a chocolate slip and slide for the kids; that was really awesome. Some people had really loud music playing behind us all night which was annoying. We would return again. - Ilove2camp
May 2013 - $40.00
We were pleased when driving in to the campground to find that it was very wooded. The grounds were well cared for and the landscaping was inviting. The campground had all gravel roads and most all of the sites were grass. We enjoyed having a grass site because our dogs tracked in less rocks and dirt. Had it been rainy during our stay, however, the grass site may have been less desirable (potential mud and tire ruts). We stayed at a site on the main hill. The sites near the front were fairly close together and we noticed several campers in large units having a difficult time maneuvering into their sites. There is one post with two spouts for water that two sites share, so if you are at an even numbered site you need a long water hose. The same applies for electricity. Farther back into the campground the sites were more spacious. There were also several sites along the river’s edge. These sites were very nice but were all booked when we reserved. They are the farthest out from the camp store and pool, however. For a more details visit: http://crazy4camping.com/campsite-reviews/ohio/camp-toodik-loudonville-oh/ - crazy4camping1