Date of Stay: August, 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. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.
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. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 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. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.
Spent a couple nights at this Coast to Coast campground. The new owners, Travel Resorts of Ohio, are making improvements, just slowly. There are two "showcase" sites on the river with concrete pads for the RV and adjoining pad for the table that is at each site. These sites are going it the rate of a couple each year so it will be a while before more are available. The promised Wi-Fi was again not available. In comparison with the Travel Resorts of America (different company) resort in Gettysburg this campground has lots of work to do but only seem to have one maintenance man working. At least the restrooms did not smell. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast. This is a membership park recently purchased by Travel Resorts of America. As of our stay, we probably would not stay here again. Our check-in experience was very smooth and the check-in attendants were most helpful. The pool/whirlpool was nice. That concludes the positives for this "campground". Our stay was fairly uneventful until the weekend. Dogs were allowed to run freely, owners are not required to clean up after their pets. There are only 5 sewer sites and those were 30 amp and very unlevel. We were told upon arrival all the riverfront sites were unavailable. However, as we stayed through the weekend, roughly 10-12 of the river sites were never taken by RVs, only by "permanent weekend campers" and were used primarily for vehicle and golf cart parking. A good number of the "permanent" RVs are old and dilapidated and probably unmovable. There is no security or monitoring of partying or quiet time. On Friday night of our stay it was impossible to sleep until 3 AM. We discussed this with a staff member and was told "I get off at 9 PM". On Saturday night, there were also late night issues with partying. We were extremely disappointed with this campground based upon previous experience with Travel Resorts of America campgrounds. Potential members should pay close attention to details at this "campground" before shelling out thousands of dollars to become a member. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $40.00
Mass confusion upon arrival. They did not have our reservation and the confusion came because one of our friends had made reservations for four sites. They were under their names and we were able to convey this to the staff. We paid for two nights as we were set up for a campground tour on Friday with the understanding we would get two nights free if we took the tour. We had planned on staying 4 nights. We were also told that the tour would take place at noon. When the time arrived and no one came to the site we went to them. Again, more confusion. After walking up to the sales center we were told that because we came with three other RVs we could not take the tour. There is some sort of hidden rule that if you camp with others, you are not eligible for tours of the campground. Red flags should have been raised by then. Our tour guide had gone to town to the auto parts store and wasn’t even available to answer the questions we had. The next morning "Ron" came to the site and said we owed more for the site and there was never any promise of any free nights. To say the least "Ron" was rude. Since we had already paid for two nights and no obvious discussion with “Ron” over the problems we had faced. He also never admitted that he was our tour guide. We told him we were willing to leave. Two of the other campers, who were not taking the tour, said they would take a refund and leave also. “Ron” said there would be no refunds for anyone. Again after we agreed that the best thing to do was leave. “Ron” said we could pay half price for the two nights he said we owed. He also said we could not get any tours. Later we found out “Ron” was the manager and that they don’t want you talking with other people who take the tour, because you’ll see how “stupid” it would be to purchase one with this camp site. The other staff members we met were very friendly. Ron turned us off with his attitude. He is a terrible ambassador for Ohio and Wally World RV Resort. For those that have never been at this campsite be warned. There are no concrete slabs, no level sites, no cable, no Wi-Fi, no local TVs to view and no sewer hook ups. There are lovely views of old campers lined along the creek with trash and moss on them. All of this for $40.00 a night. There are many “homesteaders” that have been there for a long time. Many have moss growing on them. They also have the good sites, if you want to call them that along the river. If you have levelers, expect to sink in should it rain, which it did on our four nights. The communications between staff , management, and sales was nonexistent. This should be called an “RV Last Resort”. This is far from what we would call a "Resort". It was a real mud pit when we pulled out this morning. I would not recommend it to my worst enemies. It is nowhere close to Amish country so don't fall for this lie. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.
Stayed here on Coast to Coast. Don't count on sewer as they are very few and always taken. We were told to take any site with no other instructions. After we got fully settled, we were told we weren't positioned in the site correctly. That was VERY annoying. However, the guy said to just stay there until he determined if it was going to get too crowded for the weekend. This is a nice park on the Mohican River. Our dog enjoyed the swim. Open sites for DirecTV. Easy in and out at dump station. They definitely need a separate gate for those staying here. We returned once to the park and had to wait over 20 minutes in line to get in: very frustrating. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.
This park has about 225 RV sites, and another 76 or so tent only sites. There are riverfront sites, available only to members during peak season. There are 5 full hookup sites, and the rest are electric and water. All RV sites are 30 amps. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring, no cooking grates. This resort is an affiliate of AOR, C2C, RPI, Camp Club USA, and NACC. $34 is non member price during peak season ($24 off peak). There are extensive rules, including having to park "straight" in your site. We parked in the shade between two trees at an angle, and the manager came over to make us move, even after we were hooked up. They also don't want two rigs parked any closer than 15' apart side to side. The water hookups are shared among 2 or 4 sites, so "Y" connections are needed. Long hoses and extension cords would be good to bring too. There are many sites in the full sun, although there is some shade away from the river. There is a playground, pool, mini golf, many activities. Along the road to this resort from Hwy 3, there are several other campgrounds. This one looked like the nicest from the road. Restrooms and showers are clean and nice. We would stay here again, now that we know all the rules, even the wacky ones. Dogs are welcome, but no aggressive breeds. Cash or credit cards only, no personal checks. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this campground for a week. The sites were very large but there were no sewer hookups. There was only 3 rest room facilities for all 225 sites. The rest rooms where the showers were located had 3 shower stalls that were not clean and 3 toilet booths. The other 2 rest room buildings had only 2 toilet booths with one sink in each building with no hot water only cold. We would not recommend this campground to our friends. We stayed there because we are traveling across country and belong to an affiliate campground association. We camped at Wally World Riverside Resort in a Motorhome.