9 Parks near Plain City, Ohio
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Open April 1-Oct. 31st. Located at the Plain City Fairgrounds. It is generally quiet, but I expect this can vary based on other programs planned during your stay (i.e. music in the park, Steam Threshers Festival, Rod Builders). The following activities are available: playground for children, disc golf course, basketball court, baseball field, short level hiking trail within park, city pool for an additional charge. Staff is helpful and friendly. We will definitely come here again if we are in the Columbus area. - B D HOWie
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Only one spot has sewer. We reserved online, then called to clarify details. There had been an event the weekend before, but only a handful of campers there when we arrived, so we were able to pull through our spot without issue. It's pretty much a large park with hookups scattered throughout. The bathrooms were acceptable, on the cleaner side, but the shower was a bit scuzzy. I like the quiet setting, though no gate, and it's a public park so anyone can drive in and around. Jan and Tony's Pizza delivers here, and there's a nice little bowling alley just down state road 42, next to the Dutch Amish restaurant, Der Dutchman. Don't follow phone directions to Park Street, enter from N Chillicothe St. - RVBlessings
May 2016 - $22.00
This is a city park near Columbus. The park is large with baseball fields, a swimming pool, pavilions, walking trail, and playgrounds. The sites are not very well marked and they are on grass. We were there when it was dry so that was not a problem. But I would not want to park there in the rain. Some of the sites showed that campers got bogged down in wet weather. However, the park was beautiful and very well maintained. Lots of green grass and fabulous old trees. The nature trail is a lovely 1/2 mile walk. Very close to the small town. There is a small office but the attendant is mostly available by phone. She was very responsive to us when we called her on her cell phone - which is posted at the office. - ArkansasTraveler
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Alton RV park is a RV parking lot with full hookups.
The only bathhouse had one toilet and one shower each for men's and women's, both clean.
On our visit the outside temps were hot and the electric voltage with nothing plugged in was 119VAC, but plugged in with one air conditioner running the voltage was low. At mid-day the voltage was 109, and at mid-afternoon it was 106. It got as low as 105VAC for an extended period.
My neighbor confirmed the same and said it was the lowest he had seen. - William3
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Great little place near Columbus and I 70. Layout a little strange but it works. Would definitely stay here again. - cneeka
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This park is close to Columbus and that is it's saving grace. This is not a destination park: no pool, hot tub or anything to do. There are no trees either - satellite reception would be great. The sites are clean but small - no room to extend an awning without imposing on your neighbor. There is only one toilet/shower/sink for each gender. This park is fine if you intend to do things in Columbus, otherwise not a place to relax. There is some road noise at night. - dtbriz
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Basically a nicely organized park, clean, average wifi, helpful office folks. - jc2
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is a big parking lot kind of campground. Theres really no charm or views or anything. The restrooms were made out of small Dutch barn type sheds so very small and not air conditioned. I was surprised that there were only 2 restroom locations in the park. WIFI rarely worked. The only location available for us was just water and electric and it looks like a lot of the sites are like that, no sewer connection. - UllaPool
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Stopped in for a last minute overnight stay. A busy park on the weekend....every employee we met was customer focused and pleasant. Our site at the back of the park had plenty of room, was clean and enjoyable. Will definitely stay here again. - Cousin Eddy
Jul 2016 - $14.00
Checked in without a reservation. Passport America rates not available on weekends and holidays.
The first site assigned, even though we told the attendant our length, was way too short. The second site, while long enough, had a squatter on it! We called the office and let them know, but no one from the park came down!
When we checked out the following day, my wife again reported the squatter and the campground attendant said: "Yeah, we know about him."
Rest rooms were disgusting!
Our site was littered with cigarette butts: maybe from the squatter?
Electric only at this site, but full service sites are available. - thetravelkids
Jul 2016 - $28.00
OK State Park. It was completely full over the weekend. Sites tend to be smallish. Sites are in a forest. This is more a small RV and tent park than a large RV park. - RFCN2
Jul 2015 - $26.00
A good place for one or two days. No water hookups. When they say a site is 45 feet, that's all it is. - Bamagolfer
Aug 2015 - $1.00
I came here for a long term stay until I bought a house. I was charged $650/mo that was suppose to include basic hook up and WiFi. During the 3 weeks here I never got WiFi, went to office and they basically said "oh well" when asked to speak with the owner they said she was not in and she would not want to hear about this she had more important things to worry about instead if I could get WiFi. Campground is run down, extremely noisy with the golf carts running all over the place and the auto traffic. There is no control over the campers there as on weekends they are up all night making noise. You are parked on top of each other and you had better know how to drive to get into your site, they won't help you. Muddy sites, very little gravel and the road coming in is a wash board. I had to turn my tv up very loud to begin to hear it. I left this campground as soon as I found another one and very pleased with this one. Oh yea when I went back to speak with the owner I was told by an elderly lady that she would be in in the morning, I explained I would be at work, the lady stated, "if you want to see her you will come in when she is here, she will not come in to see you on your schedule". I have been a full-time camper for the last 4 years and this is the worst AND I mean WORST campground I have ever stayed. Save your money go somewhere else. I don't think this place would not survive if it were not for the trailer people that live full-time on the hill. Would not recommend going up there from what I heard about what goes on up there. - Wayne Conway
Jul 2015 - $39.00
We have been coming to Berkshire for about 5 years now. We just travel to stay on weekends. The kids love it. There is so many things for families to do that its a packed weekend. My parents even come up from Pa to stay. Never complain. The staff in the office are just AWESOME every single time we have been there. Never had any issues with the sites or people at all. - JLee Hdz
Jul 2013 - $35.00
We planned to stay a few nights but left after one. Honestly, we would have left shortly after arrival but were too tired to look elsewhere. We were given a "pull through" site that was to accommodate our 40' coach and toad. It was 90 degrees off a narrow road and so we had to disconnect the toad in order to maneuver into it. Once there the leveling jacks punched through the thin layer of gravel and buried themselves into the soil. A small "swamp" lay across the site as well which looked to be the result of leaks in either the sewer or water system. As the site sloped too much we tried one across the road that was more level. No luck. There too the jacks went straight into the soil. Even after placing plywood under them. That folded up and went into the soil along with the jacks. Management finally brought us some 2x lumber and cement blocks which in combination solved the problem. Noise from barking dogs and speeding (yes speeding) cars and golf carts running past us until 11 pm dropped our evaluation of this place even further. At times the noise was so loud it drowned out the television (even with the windows all closed). We walked though nearly all of the park that evening and took in the sights. There were no other pedestrians. Everyone drove around on golf carts. None of the roadways are paved and the little remaining gravel is seriously pock-marked with deep pits and ruts. Made me wonder how folks would feel comfortable speeding on it but I could never answer that one. Bottom line is this park is well past its prime. Whoever owns it has got to be sucking the income and using it for other things. There is just too much "deferred maintenance" showing compared to the high number of guests (nearly all permanent homes) who must provide a positive cash flow. We will stay in a truck stop before we stay in this place again. - User422
Jul 2016 - $27.00
Very nice state park. There are a lot of things that need attention, but we really like this park. There is a lot to do here. Tis a a very large park. Just needs to have some new shower houses and the roads resurfaced. - jemerson
Jul 2015 - $28.00
This is one of our favorite state parks. The spots are huge. They are set up in courts so you have few neighbors. There are miles of bicycling roads. Everything is always clean and well maintained. The dump station is easy to get to with both sides accessible so the wait is never long. - Let'sGo!
Jun 2015 - $24.00
We've stayed here with friends many times and always enjoy it. The sites weren't mowed when we got there this time, but I saw the mowers in another area and asked them to mow our sites so we could set up and they came right over. The sites are level and the 50 amp service was great. It rained a lot in the few days we were here, but the site had enough slope that it didn't flood us out. The store hours were hit and miss so we couldn't get firewood when we needed it. - RNRVtravler
Aug 2016 - $37.00
We stayed two days on a weekend so that we could visit The National Museum of the Air Force. Older park, interior roads paved and had heavy shade in the established permanent resident section. Newer sections were gravel roads with a few young trees. Large swimming pool, nicely landscaped and had a clean dedicated dog walk. Our site was grass and dirt. It rained one night, but the water drained off. We shared a water faucet with the site behind us. Road noise from I-70. - Ginger C Brown
Jul 2016 - $37.00
This is a beautiful park! Now that they have WiFi (in a few selected spots), they are just about perfect. We stay here every year. Beautiful pool, brand-new laundry, and if you can get one of the half-dozen sites right around the office, you can get WiFi in your rig. Be aware of the 5 MPH speed limit - it is STRICTLY ENFORCED. Very close to I-70 but we did not notice any traffic noise. - SusanRon
Jul 2016 - $20.00
The park has good facilities for weekend get together's or long term stays. Very nice pool area and playground for the kids. Fishing pond for the whole family. Some sites have trees and others are good for satellite antennas. All sites are full hookup and long enough for any RV, but specify 50 amp electrical hookup if needed.
Be sure ask directions for exiting park from your site. Checkout is 2:00 pm. - fairtaxmobile
Sep 2012 - $28.00
This is an older park but well kept and the volunteer staff are very eager to please. Family, pet and big rig friendly. Great swimming pool, lots of trees and many activities. Only one rest room/shower room/laundry, but is adequate and clean. Near interstate 70, which creates a little noise but not that noticeable. Will stay here again soon. - digger2280
Sep 2012 - $28.00
We camped in a pull-through spot with full hookups in a grassy field. The spot was not particularly level. The water connection was located quite far from our rig and we did not bother to hook up. The park is listed as a resort and has many facilities (at least 40 years old) which are in severe disrepair. We used the laundry which was in OK condition. Two of the restrooms located near the laundry were not clean. The one good point was the camp host was very polite and helpful. We would probably not return. - Altoflyfisher
May 2012 - $15.00
We arrived late and had not checked reviews. Poor access to the overnight site assigned. We asked for power and sewer and got neither in a gravel site. Gravel and dirt narrow road winding to end of the sites is difficult for big rig. Site was right next to the highway. The power box was blown and we could not use, too dangerous. Dogs were loose in the road and the sites. There was no sewer hookup. We left. Would never return there. - Pat and Jerry
Jun 2011 - $10.00
Primitive sites available on the NW side of Richwood Lake adjacent to the ball diamonds and the community park itself. Essentially a parking spot with a fire ring. Located next to the swimming beach and walking trail. Can walk to the park or to the local school for lots of playground equipment. No water or electric. Only 4 spots that are 1st come 1st serve. - BNickel