3 Parks near New Paris, Ohio
Aug 2013 - $25.00
Great spot for an overnight. Very friendly owner. Well taken care of grounds. Lots of open spaces and many shaded with large walnut trees. Good gravel interior roads. Most sites are grass. Very little road noise. We will camp here again. Lots of places to eat dinner and breakfast in area. - Russell and Stephen
Jun 2013 - $28.00
For an overnight stay, this small campground was excellent. It was very quiet, our site was level, we had full hook-ups with 50 Amp, sewer, and water. It's in the Passport America book so we only paid $14. The manager, Leon, was exceptionally friendly and helpful. He has three friendly Corgi dogs that love to play and beg. This campground is not listed in the Trailer Life Directory so we're glad we found it in Passport America. It would be easy to overlook it. The campground is less than a mile off I - 70 on the Indiana/Ohio line. You use the last exit in Indiana ( #156), but the road (US 40) takes you back into Ohio. - rvrose
May 2015 - $49.00
This was our first regular trip in our new (to us) motor home and we wereTHRILLED!!! Wow, what a nice campground. This is truly well worth the extra drive.
We didn't call until Wednesday but had no trouble getting a weekend spot. We were supposed to get in at 5:00 pm but were late due to traffic coming North from Cincinnati to Oxford on OH 27 (don't take that route) and the owners called us twice to make sure we were ok and didn't need better directions.
The owners directed us to our site and helped us pull in. They even offered to help us move the picnic table to better suit us. Our site was #99 and was almost perfectly level. Every site has a concrete patio and hook ups are right where you need them.
The bulk of the campers in the park are seasonal but they keep their campers and sites in great condition. Everyone was very friendly and tried to help us.
The pool was not crowded at all and was very clean with tables and chairs/lounges to relax in. Our kids loved it. They also have a game room with ping pong, pool table, air hockey, and various arcade-type video games. There is a charge for all of the games except the ping pong, .50/game.
They also have corn hole equipment, basket ball court, volleyball court, etc. All with equipment to use for free.
The camp store has everything you need and there are games and books that you use in the camp store, or take them back to your site - no charge.
There are 2 lakes on site for fishing. I saw one girl catch 2 huge catfish...I of course forgot my fishing pole.
I could go on and on, but you really have to see this place for yourself. This is a great place to stay for both families with kids and couples - there is something for everyone. - daoelker1
Aug 2014 - $49.00
First time stay at this campground but will certainly go back often. Super nice and friendly owners. Owner even reopened the camp store so I could buy a t-shirt. Lots of full timers and all spoke and waved every time they went by. Beautiful landscaping and we had a great view of one of the fishing ponds. Best thing there? The cement patios are HUGE! With local construction the route was a bit long, but the owner made sure we had detailed directions. The travel was well worth the trip. Very big rig friendly. We stayed in a 40" RV. This is on our Keeper List! - LifeIsShort
Sep 2012 - $32.00
Fantastic campground! Sure it's off the beaten path, but wow it's worth it! We have stayed here twice just to get away for a few days. The park is beautiful, the owners care about every blade of grass in the park, and even the seasonal campers welcomed us with open arms. This is not a good spot if you are just traveling through because it will take you a while to get there, But if you are looking for a few days to get away and relax, make this #1 on your list. We LOVE it. - User578
Oct 2014 - $47.00
Stayed here during one of several Halloween themed weekends. Several activities were planned including trick-or-treating, costume contest, site decorating contest, haunted house and a few others. We had a site tht backed up to the lake, which was great because there was plenty of space behind our camper for campfire and the view was nice. Since it was October, did not use the pool or lake with beach although it looks well maintained and could be fun in the summer. Site sizes are average but I believe all of them have full hook-up. The entire campground seemed pretty level and access into and out of was easy. We'll be back in the summer to enjoy the pool and beach. - DoubleEE
Jul 2014 - $36.00
Wi-Fi was spotty. , TV had very few stations. Cell Phone was limited. Park beautiful. - Ted Morgen
May 2013 - $40.00
The campground double-booked the site we were supposed to be on and kicked us off the site despite the fact we were going to be there with 5 other families, leaving us on a site on the other side of the campground. Most of the sites in the middle of the campground are small. They clearly are more interested in getting the most people in that they can, so if you don't mind feeling like a sardine or don't spend a lot of time at your camp site, you will probably be fine here. The amount of golf cart and car traffic is ridiculous. I have never camped somewhere that people literally cruise the campground the way they do here. All day and all evening the traffic rarely lets up. Most of the time it was too dangerous to walk our dogs. Speaking of which. I don't understand the $2 a day pet fee. Most places do that so they can provide pet playgrounds, trash cans, bags to clean up, etc. There is nothing like that here. Good luck even finding a trash can out around the campground. They did appear to have a lot of activities going on, and fishing is included with your camping fees (catch and release). One thing, in general it doesn't appear that the campground enforces many of their rules (number of cars per site, speed limit, quiet hours, etc), so keep that in mind. - Dktbdt04