Although the entrance is narrow, getting our 33 ft motorhome to the office was not a problem. We stayed in site 80, a pull thru facing the pool. The site was pretty level, shaded and easy access to everything. We didn't use the bathrooms/showers, the pool was nice, there were garbage cans easily accessible all over the campground and the office area had a really nice room off of it with games, videos and books. We did have cable which was great. The office staff was super nice and helpful. They have a nice, fenced area for dogs. We would stay here again. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
There are 2 flea markets, Walmart, Kroger, and an outlet mall nearby. There is also a Speedway gas station on the other side of I-75 that has a place for large RV's to get gas/air.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $44.00
I really wanted to like this campground. Unfortunately, there were too many negatives that started right at the entrance. The entrance is very narrow and only allows one way traffic. Then you have to make a sharp left turn to get to the office, which is down another narrow and hilly road. I couldn't believe the number of very tight turns down narrow gravel roads that were required to reach our site. And then there were those darn trees and their low-hanging branches. The sites are very narrow with branches hanging low over them. We could not position our 5th wheel anywhere on our site without branches hitting the sides and top. After setting up I climbed on the roof and found the branches had scratched up both a/c covers. Our RV is brand new. Very disappointed this happened. No discounts are offered. Wi-Fi is available if you purchase one of six different plans offered by an off-site commercial provider. You have to set up an account and pay online. I will say that the signal was very good. No cable, but over-the-air signals were strong. We will not be back. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $32.00
Our site was long enough for our truck and fifth wheel, gravel, and fairly level. The roads are narrow with many trees. Roads are poorly marked for traffic direction. We left in a thunderstorm and could barely differentiate the sites from the road. We had a site far from the trees. Services, 50 amp, water and sewer all worked fine. There is no cable and just a few antenna stations, so if you have satellite ask for a spot out in the open. The access from I-75 was long, narrow, with rolling hills. There is little else in the area, so we would stay here again if we are nearby. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
I have one complaint about this campground...we didn't stay long enough! Beautiful campground, very neat, clean and quiet. Large dog park. Roads are gravel but not dusty. Great for bicycling. The turn going in is very tight but doable. We were not the only large RV there. Staff at the front desk and golf cart escort were super helpful. I was looking for brochures of the area and the desk gal helped me find what I was looking for. There is so much to do in the area that we could have spent a week here. Next time we will. I thought the price was fair for full hook ups and 50 amp. Our space was just a bit off level but nothing the leveling system couldn't handle. Also, the lots are very large was is a bonus on top of everything else. This is now one of my very favorite places to camp. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $40.00
Very clean and well maintained campground with nice/helpful staff. Our site #508 was level (504 looked good, too). Some sites were shady, but we opted for a no trees pull-through. Having said that, by mid to late afternoon the VERY nice concrete pad with nice picnic table was in the shade. The neighbors are quiet as there is a cemetery next door. :-) Our only issue was the distance to town. The staff member said if we cut through the cemetery it was only 'a couple of blocks' to town. It was more like 6-8 city blocks which is a good 15-20 min walk. We did not realize until later that dogs are not allowed in the cemetery which meant trekking around it, adding considerable time to our walk. Note: ask in any shop in town for a business map of the area. It shows shops/restaurants, etc. We were not aware of this until the day we left. Maybe there was one in the campground store, but we suspect not based on the info we were given at check-in. All in all, we would go back to lovely Lebanon and would stay in Cedarbrook again. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $44.00
Campground is way over priced for what you get. Gravel interior roads and sites. Our site (509) was so unlevel the hydraulic jacks had 3 of our 4 tires off the ground just to be level. Sewer hookup was higher than the trailer drain. Had to pick the trailer up higher on the jacks just to drain the tanks. Fifty amp power and water was good. WI-FI is available, but you have to pay for it - we did not use it. Verizon works well here. Park was somewhat noisy during the day with motorcycles and ATVs. Park was clean and well maintained though. Probably will look for something else next time we go through this area because of the price. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $46.00
We stayed at this campground while in the area for work, for a week. It's a kind of no frills park. It has a swimming pool that looked okay, the grounds are shaded with lots of trees, and the sites are large. We did not use the laundry or the bathrooms. Our site was at the outer edge of the park. Here's just a little advice; when arriving the park will sneak up on you very fast, from either direction. Their sign is somewhat obscured due to trees and greenery. As others have stated the road into the park itself, is very narrow (hopefully you won't meet someone exiting!), and the speed bumps are annoying. As you drive in, the signs will direct you to pull around to the front of the office -- do this with great caution. We followed the rules and did as requested, but we probably should have gotten out and just walked up to the office. The building sits on an uneven incline, the driveway around the office is very narrow, extremely tight, with limited sight around the back of the building, and the pavement is lopsided. We're not the longest rig out there (39' MH) and we had to back up a couple of times to get around the office because some genius had parked their golf cart on the side of the drive so they could chat on the deck (and they just sat and watched from the deck). Going down the hill, our tow hitch dragged the ground. Before our arrival, we had unhooked the tow car, it was a good thing we did. We would stay here again, but next time we would pull up to the right side of the pavement, across from the dump station and walk to the office. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Motorhome.
Although this park is 30 minutes from the awesome things to do in Cincinnati, the drive is worth the stay. Very neat, clean and quiet park. Water quality and pressure is good, no problem with power in spite of high 90 degree temps. Pool looked good but didn't try it out. Interior roads are a little rough. Plenty of trash receptacles around the park. Most sites looked pretty level. Great office staff. Wi-Fi is free at the office, but at site, you need to purchase it from an independent contractor. Connection is a pain and customer support is non existent. Just keep trying to log on and eventually you will get connected. All in all, we would stay here again in a skinny minute. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Motorhome.
Pretty, nice park, but seriously overpriced. (Although every one we've looked at in Ohio so far has seemed expensive.) Forty six for one night – gravel 50 amp pull through, water and sewer. No cable TV and they charge for Wi-Fi – just $3, but still... Sites are very large, long, and fairly level. In site 511 – on the back side of the park (overlooking the cemetery). We'd look elsewhere next time. The office lady tried to act like she was doing us a favor squeezing us in for one night – a Tuesday night at that – but I saw lots of empty spaces on the drive to our site. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $35.00
Very friendly staff with nice shady pull-through sites. The picnic tables are on a permanent slab so we didn't have to use our entrance carpet. The camp was almost full, but the sites are nice and big so we had plenty of room. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $30.00
A good place for an overnight stay. We had our dog and had no problems what so ever from any people working here. We would stay here again. Easy access for big rigs, friendly staff. GPS is accurate to entrance. We would stay here again. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $42.00
Nice, well maintained campground with spacious sites and lots of trees. The only thing odd about the park was the way they present the rules - like they are berating the campers. This extends to things like a sign on a lawn with a picture of a dog leaving a deposit with a line drawn through it and the words below: "Pick it up". Not a big deal, but a bit odd in the hospitality industry and it sets a tone which is not as pleasant as it could be. We did enjoy our stay and the town of Lebanon is quite nice. It was a good base of operations for visiting Cincinnati and Dayton. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent campground. Stayed here for three nights. Nice facilities. Very quiet and family oriented. They have a LONG list of rules, and were appreciated for a nice, quiet stay. They will guide you to your site. Cleanest bath houses on the planet. Pool was very clean, warm, and monitored. The young owners live onsite and were here all the time. Grounds were well maintained. Free wireless worked great. Big rig friendly. Wished we lived closer to enjoy more often. GPS was accurate, and signage wasn't an issue. Has state signs going all the way to the campground. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice campground. We spent 4 nights here. Camp sites have decent spacing between them. Many have good shade trees. Very nice pool. There is a playground for children. Very quiet at night. There is lots of roads in the campground to walk around, and a nearby cemetery to provide interesting walking and tombstone reading. NOTE: the cemetery has a no pets allowed rule, that the campground did not inform us about. The campground does not allow camper setup after quiet hours begin at 10:00PM. That is enforced, and much appreciated. (There is nothing worse than being awakened at 2:00 AM by campers coming into a campground and banging tent poles around, and talking loudly while they are setting up. Or, people sitting around and talking loudly after they set up their campsite at 3:00 AM.) We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Motorhome.
This is an older campground that is gradually improving with time. Roads are tight for larger RVs. Road into the campground is one car wide and has limited pull over areas to accommodate oncoming traffic. Very poor signage on the main road. Some serious hedge trimming would make the campground sign noticeable from a distance. Sites are level. Some sites have blocked access if the campground is full. WiFi on the sites is poor at best. Good signal at the office. Hope the owners continue to make improvements. Campground has potential. We camped at Cedarbrook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.