25 Parks near Mount Vernon, Ohio
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Rustic Knolls is one of the nicest campgrounds that we have ever visited. The bathhouse was clean and modern with awesome water pressure. There's lots of shade, because the campground was established in 1968. It has two lakes, one for swimming, and the other for fishing. We had no trouble at all with electric or water, and our site had a nice concrete pad. The gentleman that runs the campground was very friendly and accommodating. We will definitely stay here again, in our pop-up, if we are in the area. - Nrinick
May 2012 - $34.00
So clean, everything was in place and kept up very well. Everything from the signs to the showers to the grass was so well kept. Warm friendly staff. There was a great pond with fish and small but nice lake for swimming. A bizillion stores about 4 miles away in Mt Vernon if you forgot something. Small number of lots but highly recommended campground. - Blue Line RVer
May 2011 - $30.00
Great park and we will definitely stay here again. Preferred access is via Pleasant Valley Rd which is paved almost all the way to Keys Rd. The unpaved section and Keys Rd are no problem. No sewer hookups for transients though some of the seasonal sites - all occupied - have sewer. Big rig sites are new with nice large concrete pads and gravel parking spots. Sites are mostly shaded and you may have trouble getting satellite from a stationary mounted dish. Should be OK with a movable dish however. There is no pool but a very nice swimming pond with dock and floating raft, sandy beach and bottom. There is also a catch and release fishing pond. Showers and bathroom are very clean though I couldn't get really warm water in the shower and they are the kind that requires you to push a button every 5 seconds to keep the water flowing. Sites are available for tenting and there are also a few new log cabins available for rent. There are some organized activities for children, a game room, basketball court and huge grassy areas for play. The park is carefully managed and meticulously maintained by the owners. Open approximately Apr 15 through Oct 15. - Buckeye44
Jul 2006 - $25.00
This campground is in a very quiet area with some scenic driving in both directions from the campground. All of the sites other than the seasonals are on grass but are fairly large. There is a small play area for children as well as a decent pool and putt-putt course. They have an on-site canoe livery which we used and enjoyed. There are a lot of seasonals but still plenty of room for weekenders and overnighters. The water is well water but I didn't think it was any worse than any other campground with well water. The restrooms were in need of a good cleaning and needed updated. - ACGreen
May 2005 - $22.00
The campground is located on the Kokosing River. All river front sites are taken by seasonal campers. River is easy to get to and can be waded. Second year for new owners. They are adding two big lakes to the front of the campground. Two main problems were the restrooms and the water. The restrooms were below average. The water had an awful smell and feel. I don't know if a water filter would help or not. - coorslight
Jun 2016 - $44.00
Camped in a 35 foot fifth wheel on site 112. Led to site. Site long enough for rig & truck. Across lane from woods & non-awning side of site is distant from neighbor, & grassy. Some well trimmed trees provide shade. Required one board to level. Site is large, clean stone with grass, nice picnic table. No AT&T cell coverage (outside park & up road got coverage), slow WiFi, six antenna TV channels. Very quiet & dark at night. Restrooms well maintained. Did not use pool, but looked clean. Nice walking areas in woods & around large campground. Large playground, basketball & volleyball courts, horseshoes, miniature golf, fishing ponds. Ohio route 97 from Interstate 71 is rather narrow & is well marked. Watch for Bunker Hill street sign past Butler village. Campground is on the right if coming from route 97. - Scottsdale RVers
May 2016 - $46.00
We've stayed here 5 years in a row for Memorial Day. Our grandkids live nearby and this is how we start our summer. There are great activities for the kids. They especially like the water balloon fights with the antique fire truck. I love the Amish couple that brings food to sell. We will keep going back. Bev and Tom do a great job! - Sherri Christensen
Oct 2014 - $38.00
Halloween themed weekend. Several activities planned (pumpkin carving, costume contest, haunted hayride and haunted house). Costume contest was very disorganized and rigged since the winners were all same family. Haunted House and Hayride was fun and pretty scary. Had a backin site in the 90's, which were gravel and it sloped up hill more than one could really level out properly. This area is really nice part of Ohio and the campground is well maintained. Roads to the campground are a little winding and rolling so you have to use caution getting to this one...especially if you arrive at night. - DoubleEE
Sep 2011 - $38.00
A very nice campground that we spent 2 nights and very quiet. The only concern was where they had us park, the site was not level at all...our front wheels were a front up in the air to get level...don't really like that. Everything else was fine. - CMcgirr
Oct 2010 - $25.00
This park is not convenient for the overnighter, but I suppose could be a nice destination park for families. That said, however, while the grounds seem well taken care of, the shabbiness of the many seasonal trailers was far from welcoming; certainly wouldn't want to be parked next to one of these. Thankfully, we were only here overnight, and will not be returning. The only reason I rated it at a "2" is because it does have water and electricity, but that's the best one could say about this place. - Stella's Mama
Aug 2009 - $30.00
This is no longer a Jellystone. Some sites are muddy and many sewer connections are unaccesible. The park needs a lot of work. Probably will not camp here again. - Main Spark
Jul 2016 - $30.00
The folks who run the place are super nice and helpful. The campground is beautiful and peaceful. Shower facility has hot water and plenty of pressure. We well definitely frequent this campground for the quick weekend getaways. - Fireball1
Aug 2015 - $32.00
This is a no-frills campground, but we loved our stay. Lots were large and level. You are right off a Rails to Trails bicycle path, which is level and well maintained. The Owners were top notch in friendliness. They bent over backwards to make sure we were settled in and happy. They have free river tubes, so you can take a ride down the river you are right next to. How often does that happen that you don't have to pay for the extras? Great fun. This is a keeper on our camping book. - Let'sGo!
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Rate reflects PA weekly rate. The best feature of this park for us was easy access to the paved Richland B & O Bike Trail, which runs right behind the campground. Most sites are shaded, which is a problem for roof mounted satellite dishes, but keeps you cooler. - Ken and Lee
Jun 2016 - $49.00
We originally reserved for three nights and several weeks ahead of time we had to change to two nights, the refund process wasn't easy because we paid with PayPal, however it did get done. There is a gate with a code to get in and the code they gave us as we got there didn't work the next day - nothing in the paperwork said anything about stopping at the office to get the new code! That said, the site was level, they pick up your trash at your site, and the variety of activities for kids is amazing [although we didn't have kids with us]! - Tony Connie and Rusty
Aug 2015 - $52.00
We decided to try this place out and are glad we did. Our site had a cement patio, nice picnic table and a fire ring with a metal grate. From the time we checked in until checkout there was something to do for each of my three kids, who range from age 7-13. I caught a huge bass and the kids caught over 30 fish in one day. The kayaks, canoes, inflatable toys were all no charge and we could use them as much as we wanted. This is by far the best campground we've been to all summer. We saw the staff constantly cleaning and it showed. The bathroom toilets and showers were clean every time we used them. They have some farm animals too. This is our new camping spot! Check out the old truck they have on display too. - Joe K
Jun 2014 - $45.00
We called for a site for a 35' bumper pull trailer and were assured that they had a spot for us. When we arrived our spot was a back-in, too small for our trailer. The spaces are very tight and trees are planted near the front of some sites. Other campers' vehicles are parked along the road so you cannot cut your tires to turn. I would recommend that you only make reservations for a pull-through if you are more than 24', otherwise you will be very disappointed. - WindRiver
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
Aug 2016 - $46.00
We love this campground. It's a very family-friendly. Our favorite spots are in the back next to the creek which the kids love to play in. It's only a foot deep max. Our spots are surrounded with mature trees and are huge. You can sit in our spot around the camp fire and watch the kids play in the creek.
The only downside is they are electric and water and cable, no sewer.
This year they added a BMX bike track and laser tag and frisbee golf. There are also adding a new shower house. The current shower house is fine and well kept. It's a nice family run campground. Super great for the kids with lots of activities. It's not as big as some campgrounds but that suits us great. There's a nice place to get snacks and ice cream.
The pool is a little small but the water is always warm and nice, and there's a splash pad right next to it. There's also a zip line and a wire obstacle course.
Very secluded down in a ravine in the trees. Camping the way that it should be. It's family-owned and I think both the daughter and son are involved. Everyone who we've interacted with are good people and the staff is great. - osubuck94
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Great place for a family campout. They have a zip line, playground, food window with pizza, ice cream, etc., swimming pool, shallow creek to wade in, very large laser tag area. Camp store. Very nice. Many planned weekend events. Clean laundry room.
We waded in the creek, granddaughter used the zip line, pool, play ground and climbing obstacle course. They also had minature golf but we ran out of time to use it.
We have already returned once this year and have reservations this fall for their Halloween weekend. - Atthecrossroads
Sep 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. - SKT
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
Jun 2016 - $27.00
Beautiful state park. Our favorite place to camp when visiting Mohican/Amish area. Nice store and newly remodeled showerhouses with ceramic tile and fresh paint. Quite a big improvement from our stay last year. Site 90 is spacious and the fire ring is situated right on the river bank for a great view. Plenty of room for a screen house or canopy on this lot. The only bad thing is it tends to be a little muddy in rainy weather but the campground has attempted to fix this by laying straw down on the affected areas. This was a minor inconvenience to us and wouldn't deter us from booking this site again in the future. - loribrady
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Pretty park, sites have nice separation but no privacy. Gravel pads with grass surface. We had a full hook up site (#60) which is really nice to have at a state park. It's also a back-in site with plenty of space behind the camper for kids to play. The "pullover" aka drive-through sites are cramped. Lots of tall, mature trees to provide shade. The surrounding hills make for pretty scenery. The park has a great swimming pool with a recently added splash pad and new, extensive playground equipment. The camp store has the basics along with a few extras like gem stone mining and inner tubes for sale to use on the adjacent river. The restrooms are typical state park- cement floors and cobwebs but the fixtures were clean and the soap dispenser was refilled. The shower houses could use some more frequent cleaning especially during heavy use. A couple of the shower houses also had laundry machines. Although the campground was full, we didn't feel overcrowded. There is an IGA in the nearby town along with a few fast food restaurants, Post Office, etc. Just outside the park are places you can rent canoes and an impressive looking high-ropes course. Our At&t phones had NO reception. We also had NO over the air TV stations and NO AM/FM radio stations. Total media blackout! The sites near the front of the park had weak signals. This is a pretty area of Ohio with rolling hills, dense forests, and picturesque farms along with a large Amish population. - Fdwt994
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Not a bad campground. Just off I-71 north of Columbus. Site 421 good sat. reception. Good Verizon service. Good campground wifi. Electric and water good. In looking at other sites in this area, not all the FHU's were in a good position for RV's some had long runs for elect. and water ask when calling about position of hookups. Sites level, gravel and enough grass for rover. Before coming to this campground call ahead. It is a place for skeet shooting (very large facility) and they host events, calling ahead to make sure they are not booked. Check in open just til 4 pm. most days. There was a sign that there were not check in's after 11:00 pm. There are a few different areas and types of campsites in this campground. It would be wise to pull up a map of the campground before showing up. Sounds of people shooting skeet were no problem. Some sound from I-71. They have made berms and planted trees to cut the noise. Noise may be a problem only in a few sites near the freeway. And as an odd note: we were here in Oct. and our site had a walnut tree that was dropping large nuts onto our RV and car. Was able to move to the rear of the site, but if you come here the second week of Oct. or so ask about the walnut trees. - wtravlr1
Oct 2016 - $38.00
We stayed here many times on our way South and again back North. Hookups are easy access. Very long pull thru, satellite friendly. Wi-FI weak, couldn't use but it was just an overnight stay. - Jane-D100
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Excellent campground. Reason for 9 instead of 10, closeness to Interstate. They have tried to reduce the noise by building berms and it does help. This is a park trying to take care of its patrons. I will stay here again. The space between sites is the largest I have ever seen outside a State park. - Jack&Wanda