Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $46.00
We had a creek back-in site with friends camping next to us for a weekend. Grass sites are level, large, and flexible. Many activities available for children. Great camp store with good food and friendly service. Fire ring overlooking the creek along a mature tree line. The only concern during our stay was an abundance of barking dogs that weekend. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $530.00
Was a monthly camper. Campground is excellent for short stays, weekends, etc. Monthly is not a great deal. Have to maintain your own site, price listed was the monthly rate. Nothing is included except water. You have to pay for street mailbox, WiFi(which is bad), cable is only available in summer, tv antenna will only get 1 or 2 channels. Propane is twice the cost of what you can get in town. For the weekend camper great place but not long term. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $37.00
Rate reflects Good Sam Discount. Site was mainly level although there was a slight dip when entering that caused some swaying of the motor home. Electrical hookups looked worn. Had an issue with water pressure going very low as we cleaned up for leaving. Noticed others outside checking their water connections at the same time. Pool is small, but nice. Splash ground area was nice for the little ones. Other than the pool, almost all of the amenities cost extra, including Wi-Fi. Lovely location. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Motorhome.
The campground bathrooms were dirty. We had to ask management to refill the toilet paper. The pool was nice. They offered a zip line and challenge course that was an addition fee, not worth the money. As much as they charge for this place it's not worth it. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $44.00
Park is an older destination park. Check-in was handled by friendly and efficient staff. Some interior roads are blacktop and some are gravel. Most trees are well trimmed, but there were some hanging into the roadways. Sites are grass and not totally level. Some sites are tree shaded, some are open. Sites have a wooden table and fire ring. Utilities were modern and well placed. Cable TV available at some sites, but was very limited. Wi-Fi was very good, but was an additional $5 a day. Park is doable in a big rig, but not designed for big rigs. Park has lots of activities for kids. A nice, but small pool. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground with a variety of sites. Some along the river, pull throughs for big RVs, and some nice back-in sites. Great Wi-Fi in park. Clean restrooms and showers. Very friendly staff. Many seasonal folks, but well-maintained. Camped through major rainstorm and noticed good drainage. Easy drive to Columbus and interesting nearby areas. Will camp here again. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $49.00
This was our first trip here and we had a really nice time. The owners and staff were very friendly and helpful with any questions you might have. The sites were spacious and clean. There was a lot to do for kids and adults alike. I would recommend this park to others in the future. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $32.00
Check in was a breeze, site was easy to find, and easy to get into. There was something going on for the kids to do all the time. Fall is a great time of the year to camp, enjoyed the camp fires and the stream in the background. Staff was friendly and helpful. Take a ride on the zip line you wont be disappointed. Would recommend the campground to others. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here 3 days during the week and it was fairly quiet. The Wi-Fi costs $5/day or $50/week. Didn't try it at that price. The pool was clean and the kids' splashground was great for smaller children. There is a zipline that runs on Wednesdays and the weekend for a fee. The miniature golf needs TLC and is overgrown with plants. It appears that about half the sites are seasonal, so maybe it would be more crowded during the weekend. The staff was helpful and friendly. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Travel Trailer.
We love LazyRiver. We just got our 30 year old Coleman pop-up, new to us, and got it all fixed up. Lazy River was our first destination. It's close to home, with very large sites and lots of activities for adults and kids. Has a splash-ground, pool, stream (creek), zip-line, and lots to do. The people working here are awesome! Very professional and fun. We have been to LazyRiver twice this year. Rates are reasonable for all that you get. Would recommend this campground to anyone, RV'er or tenter. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $35.00
Lazy River is a nice park. Restrooms and showers were clean. Many activities for kids: bikes, mini golf, games, etc. My only problems with the park are: very small sites - almost on top of each other. The other thing is it's very noisy. Many people and very busy which is good for them, but it can be hard to just relax. Overall, nice campground. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Travel Trailer.
Very good all around campground. The sites were good size, where I didn't feel we were on top of each other. Heated pool is great, although wish it was bigger at times when it was the busiest time of day. Basketball court and sand volleyball court was maintained as well as an activity tent that had table tennis setup. Some activities were planned Friday and Saturday that my kids enjoyed. It was nice to see campground being monitored by the sheriff at night. Shower house was fairly clean and had plenty of hot water. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice campground, which is very clean and has friendly owners. The "Zipline" is active several times a week, and is $7 for first ride, $10 for 2 rides. The park is very pleasant during the week, much busier on the weekend of course. The sites felt a little too close when the park was full on the weekends. You can ask for a general area when you make your reservation, but not a specific site. The town of Granville has some fun shops and a rich history. We camped at Lazy River At Granville in a Travel Trailer.