17 RV Parks near Navarre, Ohio
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Stayed here in a 40' MH - site was really long and easily held the MH and tow car. Thankfully we there after the water park closed for the season, otherwise we would have been somewhere else. - denvercats
Aug 2017 - $35.00
This is a large water park. The number of things for children to do is amazing. I looked at the park calendar to find a time when the water park was closed because of school yet the campground was open. The gravel site was level. Local OTA channels were poor. Water and electric was good. Picnic table and fire pit. There are easily accessible two dump stations. Several pipeline workers staying temporarily. FHU sites are placed right next to busy road. W&E area very quiet when water park closed. Very nice walking path in the woods. Gravel interior roads easy to navigate. Park staff (owner?) lives onsite and were very pleasant and helpful. I would stay here again if the water park was closed as I do not travel with children. - SunStar203
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We picked up our new 5th wheel nearby and they gave us a huge pull through site so that we had room for our rig, truck and U-Haul. We stayed for 3 days. Sites on the hill (50 and up) are best for big rigs, but all sites are nice, graveled, level with large area of grass in between. The water park and campground close the last week of August which was perfect for us. We rode our bikes all over the farm, ran our dogs and enjoyed the company of only a few other rigs. All buildings and grounds were clean and well kept. It is on the edge of the Amish country so be careful to share the road with the carriages and people walking. - Traveler Anne
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Older park, mostly uphill, not easy to park, problematic during rains. Deluxe patio site next to sewer field!! Pool not close to campground but clean. Restrooms next to pool terrible. Restrooms and washer/dryer next to office dated. - Roadkraut
Jul 2016 - $83.00
I guess when you are the only game in town, you can soak folks. On top of the pricey rate they charge extra for kids. $93.00 a night in the sticks is criminal. And for that you can tote your own rubbish, as they don't pick it up. They don't escort you to your site and the "store" is the most dismal excuse for a camp store. It's even dusty.
On the plus side they have good directional signage off I-77.
We had a lovely site. But as the case, a little too close. These patio sites are nice, but have a grand view of A HUGE regional landfill. The buzzards circled several times. There had to be 50 to 100 buzzards in the air.
Then there is the air. Don't know if it's there septic system or the landfill. It stunk so bad we could not enjoy the outside facilities.
The design separates seasonal and over night guest. It a pretty good design. The mini golf looks (we did not play) among the best.
A nice KOA. But the Keep on Adding on, kills the deal. - wdw
May 2016 - $75.00
Stayed over a popular weekend, as we traveled across the country. We were told only a premium site was available when we called ahead to make reservations. A "premium" site was a narrow pull through site with roadway on both sides of us. When we pulled out our awning, it was into the roadway at the front of the motorhome so we ended up not using the awning. Restroom had a severe sewer odor the entire weekend, even after office staff was advised. The "pond" is really a water runoff collection site with unusable equipment sitting at the edge. No phone reception or internet access even though we were among the closest sites to the office. To add insult, there was a premium charge for having 2 children with us. This is not a place I would stay at again. We travel for months at a time and have done so for years. This review is not because I am overly picky! - Ms Winnie
Oct 2017 - $52.00
Wow, nice park in the Amish Country. Nice layout. Top notch facilities. Spots were wide enough and long enough for our 45 bus and toad. Not level but a few adjustments on our rig and we were good to go. Great Satellite signal. Beautiful area that was very peaceful and serene. - KodiTzu
Oct 2017 - $52.00
Gated with nice landscaping; facilities include gift shop, indoor pool, pavilion, bathhouse, restrooms, play equipment. If you have children, they will enjoy this. However, sites are fairly narrow and if you want a level site, you have about a 50% chance of getting one. One motorhome had its front wheels about 6" off the ground...something no manufacturer would ever endorse. We've had leveling issues in the past. Now for the value rating, the additional fees resemble greed. Need to arrive at 12:30? $6.00. Want your brother and sister-in-law to come for a visit while you're in town? $8.00. Need to wash a dog? $5.00. We never asked if there was a fee for us to wash the ashes off our awnings from the blazing firepits all around us. We are not likely to return. - lkqh
Sep 2017 - $36.00
Beautifully landscaped and maintained park. The laundry room is one of the best I have seen at an rv park. Streets are paved with cement patios at each site. Enclosed swimming pool and hot tub are in the same building as the very nice game room and workout room. The park is right in the middle of the Amish community so there is a lot to see and do. Sites are somewhat spacious. Cable was excellent. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. Seems to be a popular place so I recommend making reservations. We were in site 82 and it pretty level. - Coach Perry
Jul 2017 - $70.00
When we reserved we were told that the rate would be $51/night for a primative site (no electricity, no water, no table). Since there was no other camping nearby, we agreed. Upon arrival we were charged $70/night for two nights (two night minimum apparently). After being escorted to our site (which was nice, by the way) we discovered that although we had been told that no electric sites were available, there were a bunch on the other side of the roar. A campground host agreed to let us move to an electric site on the other side of the road. Anyway long story short-- massively overpriced if only camping and not using the waterpark but good customer service. - Vanman
May 2017 - $75.00
We would have given this campground 9 out of 10 if not for some self inflicted problems they could have avoided. Things that could have been avoided: 1. Price gauging - Paying $7 for 5 split logs. Doubling the price of golf carts to $130 per day just because it was Memorial Day. Uugh! 2. Mud holes in camping lanes could have been avoided with some gravel. 3. Mini golf flood lights weren't working. 4. Did anyone even attempt to get the newer Sunnyside campsites level? Should have been easy but evidently a challenge for the excavator. 5. No paved or graveled place to pull rig over at northern check-in station. Things that were pluses: 1. Amenities - Clay's is large on amenities. 2. Activities - plenty of activities during the weekend. 3. Cleanliness for such a large and busy park. 4. Camper behavior was relatively quiet. This is a large campground (500 acres) and many of the best sites are taken by permanent campers. Very nice adventure park that we would visit again, especially if they work on the self inflicted short comings. - Sinjin79
Aug 2015 - $32.00
Went there for a 3 day concert. They kept up with the influx without missing a beat. Porto's were as clean as can be expected. Very relaxed atmosphere. Had a great time.
Not sure of the actual rate, as the camping was included with the concert tickets. - Oldenphat
Aug 2017 - $29.00
I have camped here several times over ten or so years. The owners are wonderful, but the overall "feel" of the campground has changed for the worse. The grass in many areas has not been mowed and you can really tell it around some of the many long-term campers. Lots of trucks parked in areas by construction workers make navigating the already tight roads difficult. I am sorry to see this change, but this will probably be my last visit to this campground. - BuckeyeTravels
Jun 2017 - $29.00
As others have said owners are very nice and campground is clean. If you have a smaller rig this place will work for you. If your RV is more than about 27 feet, I do not recommend it. There are a couple longer sites but those were always filled. Even with a 27 ft RV, most sited have no place for your tow vehicle to park. The down sides here are the small sites that are close to each other. Almost no real place to even sit outside in a chair. There are many long term folks here that use the open "gray water" drains. Judging by the odor and closeness of the drains, I surmise they are draining more than gray water. Yes, there is free fire wood and raised fire rings but they are so close to other campers it would be a risk and very inconsiderate to have a fire as smoke would be all over your neighbor and probably you too. The driveway in and out is steep and only wide enough for one vehicle to go thru at a time. If someone is coming out you will have to back out onto a busy state route to let them out. Also, seasonal campers are allowed to park their tow vehicles face in towards their RV in the main drive where the dump station, again, creating a one lane situation. If someone is dumping, no one can go in or out because of this. It didn't rain during our stay but if it did, part of your site will be muddy. I would stay elsewhere next time we are in the area. - Wyoming Wanderers
Oct 2016 - $27.00
It may be unfair to review, as we didn't "stay" here, but the place was so small we didn't feel comfortable backing our 31ft travel trailer into a spot. Arrived after hours. Back of trailer scraped ground exiting park due to steep driveway. - The Rascal Range
Aug 2015 - $23.00
The park has 60% season campers, all very friendly. No sewer, everyone uses the dump station. 20/30 amp electric only. Has a large pond with two slides and sandy beach. Stayed four days and would go back. - Lindas Old Man
Sites: 66 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 17 Reviews
Jul 2017 - $39.00
Nice park Very close to Walnut creek easy in and out . We stayed during 4th of July in a 45' motorhome. Park is clean and well maintained. - RHOWARD
Jun 2017 - $29.00
Long gravel drive and interior roads. Your RV will get dusty. Interior roads are easy to drive even with a big rig. Office staff are friendly and efficient. All main sites are pull-through with full hook ups, fire ring and picnic table. There is a decent space between you and your neighbor. No shade on these sites. Satellite TV was no problem. Verizon had 2 bars. Free WiFi ran at a moderate speed. - eaglessoc
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Timber Crest / Kandels' was a great place to stay. We arrived close to midnight and our name and campsite were posted on the office window. The sites were level (which is very important when setting up at midnight!) and clean. Bath house was new and extremely clean as was the laundry facility which includes ones washer and dryer. The campground is very close to town while also being very quiet and peaceful. Roads and sites are gravel but well maintained. - Michael and Jennifer Johnston
Aug 2012 - $22.00
This park is part of Portage Lakes State Park. It's located some distance from Portage Lakes State Park. I initially went to Portage Lakes State Park only to find there was a sheet with directions to Nimisila. It was not possible to follow the directions and drive a motorhome. Neither the street address or a geographic location was on the sheet for us Garmin and Tom Tom users. I finally figured out the intersection of Christman and Nimisila Roads. The actual address is 5550 Christman Road. Only 6 sites have electricity. - grafxman