12 RV Parks near Pleasant Plain, Ohio
Aug 2017 - $24.00
We camped here for a long weekend and loved it. Driving to the actual park is a bit nerve wracking, as we have a 38ft camper and the park is accessed through narrow back roads. When you arrive at the park, follow signs for camping. Stay to the right, and when you think you have missed it, keep driving and you will dead end at the campground. The campground is deep in the park.
This campground is tucked back into the park a few miles along the lake. Sites are well spaced apart, and all sites a paved and easy to navigate to once inside the park. The attendant student at both the check in desk and the convenience store were very friendly and knowledgeable.
No water hookups at the sites, but various potable water sources throughout the campground. The park is very family friendly and offers a playground that was in decent shape, but could use a little TLC.
We had excellent cell, Verizon, and 4G service. Bath houses were very dated, but clean and stocked. All electric hookups appear to be very close to parking pads; outs was less than 6ft away. We enjoy hiking and this park has one 2 mile trail that needs some maintenance and not much else. Overall we were very pleased and will be back in the same site next time- site 68. - WeisnerFamily4
Aug 2016 - $30.00
A nice state park. It is a small state park, but with mainly spacious and level sites (except ones on hill which are numbers 32-41). Showers could use updating, but we're hot and clean. Trails could also use some pruning back, but the sites were well mowed and clean. Overall, a very nice place to stay. There were some seasonal sites, but things were kept fairly clean and picked up on these sites as well. - IBpraisingGod
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Stayed at Stonelick for the weekend. Nice, quiet park. Sites are level and spacious. Restrooms and showers were clean, although could use some updating. Be sure to show up with you water tank full, as the sites are only electric. - Cousin Eddy
Jul 2017 - $45.00
Having read some of the other reviews, I was a little hesitant about staying here, but ours was a very different experience. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Our gravel site was fairly level and across from a large grassy play area, so we had no neighbors on the right side. The area around the park is heavily wooded and set well back off the road. The park is well maintained, and the owners are renovating some of the older amenities. Our main reason to stay here was the close proximity to I-71 and also to visit Dayton, so this was a perfect place for us. The park was quiet, and while there are some seasonal campers, everything was neat and tidy. I would definitely stay here again. - dands
Jun 2017 - $47.00
It astonishes me that 90% of the campgrounds do not have adequate WiFi with almost everyone using it in some form. It's down more than it is up here. No cable which is very unusual for a campground. Lots are not level and are just gravel. Looks like many units are permanent with tacky wooden platforms to use for outside sitting. This could be an awesome campground with needed improvements as it is easy off I-71. - BPowell
Dec 2016 - $40.00
The owners are wonderful but one of the workers is very unprofessional. Instead of just professionally coming to you about an issue she just comes and bangs on your RV and yells at you about an issue that you didn't realize or a rule you are braking. Campground is quite and clean. I wouldn't recommend my friends or family just because of the rude worker they have. - Milo Leech
Jun 2017 - $47.00
The park was clean and the service was friendly. The office was closed when we showed up on Sunday afternoon but one of owners opened up the store so we could check in and buy firewood. Then pointed out our spot. - Bull205
Jul 2016 - $60.00
We stayed on their premium site which is site 80. It has a poured patio, which is nice, a charcoal grill, patio furniture, and fire pit.
This is not a full hook up campground. They have a gray water drain which is only a 1 1/2 inch drain pipe, so you can't use your regular sewer hose to dump your gray water. Owners/operators were friendly, pool was nice, and most of the folks we met around the campground were friendly as well. Smaller campground, so I believe they can only accommodated a few big rigs. Most interior roads are gravel, but in good shape. - jmcmanama
Jul 2011 - $36.00
This campground I recommend the owners are very nice and are always willing to help out. The campground is kept very nice you can tell they work very hard to make it a very nice place. Restrooms and showers are always clean. A lot of activities are available and fun. Very wooded area makes camping nice and a very nice pool. - gatorbait72
Jun 2017 - $28.00
Nice park. No one-day reservations on weekends. Old bathroom but clean. Lots of families at campground. Lake has American Lotus, a type of water lily. - GregAndKatie
May 2017 - $28.00
Electric good, well keep grounds, campground nearly empty, lots of lakefront though sites are not near water. Small beach but pleasant stay. Road to state park is quite twisty and not much to do nearby unless you are a boater or first-person at the lake. - Jitime40
Jul 2016 - $27.00
Nice state park. There are shady spots, but many trees have been removed due to ash borer. Some spots remain very muddy. Only electric at sites. Water available near by, dump station available. Remodeled camp store very nice. Great ice cream at the camp store too. - Drapery Queen
Sites: 120 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 89 Reviews
Sep 2017 - $55.00
Stayed here a year ago and just the last week and it's amazing how much as been done. Beautiful campground, new cabins and the deluxe patio sites are gorgeous and absolutely perfect. They had a hog roast the weekend we were there and it was crowded yet perfectly run. Kids and adults having fun...a perfect campground experience. Will be back next year. - HuckleberryFriend
Sep 2017 - $49.00
This is an older park which was recently taken over by KOA. As with most KOA's it has many amenities such as a pool, playground, etc and activities desirable to family campers. On the early September Sunday when we visited, there was a community pig roast and pot luck dinner. The roads in the park are a bit narrow, as one would expect from an older park. Our pull-thru site was long and roomy and fairly level. However, for a water and electric only site, it was very expensive at $55/day with the KOA discount. We stayed there due to the park's proximity to the town of Lebanon where we were visiting friends. Staff was friendly and very helpful. - FifthWheel Travelers
Aug 2017 - $70.00
Great family campground. We stayed in one of the deluxe sites, which have a larger cement pad, metal table and chairs, stainless propane grill, fire pit with gravel surround, wood benches and a swing. Sites were not too close, hookups were very good and the campground was clean and had lots of activity going on during the day for the kids including a pool, playground, grassy area, etc. Facilities were nice, clean and welcoming. There is also a ~15 mile bike trail nearby to explore/train on. The only downside is that the sites are a little pricey and they charge you additional fees for extra guests. All in all were were happy with our site and stay here and we will consider this campground again in the future. - TampaTMM
Sep 2016 - $1.00
This has the bones to be a really nice park. Herein is the problem at least for those who travel. We are finding more and more TT parks are catering to the "annual" campers who take up all the large, nice and/or fhu or 50 amp sites leaving those of us who travel from park to park and want to see the country in a dilemma when we try to find a spot we can fit in while 100 spots are taken by campers whose occupants are not even in the park. (after labor day, sites are full, but nobody here). When we arrived here, there was 1 spot we could fit in and get a fhu albeit 30amp when we need 50. There needs to be a compromise with members/annuals/management so that there is not just w/e for those who want to travel. The roads are dusty and a bit rutted, but that is also normal for TT parks. That said, the amenities worked, the employees friendly and we would return if in the area. I do hope that something can be worked out as far as the annuals so we ALL have opportunities for the same amenities. - buffy
May 2016 - $1.00
This could easily become one of our favorite parks but we don't come to Ohio often. When we do, this is where we will stay. The park is well kept and full of large mature trees. There is only 30 amp electrical service but it wasn't a problem since the weather was cool. We are an older couple and appreciate the quiet atmosphere. There are things for kids to do, including a playground, miniature golf, a catch and release pond, and a canoeing pond.
Verizon coverage is good and, if you pick a site carefully, your satellite TV will work well, too. - KD7UCH
Jul 2015 - $1.00
The rate reflects TT membership. With only 30 amp sites we were very uncomfortable in 90 degree temps. Very few level sites. The staff were very helpful as with all TT campgrounds. We would stay here again. - TheBounders
May 2017 - $28.00
Busy on the weekends, but with so many camping loops there is always something available for a couple of nights. The loops are diverse with some open and sunny while others covered in lots of trees. Generally quiet at night except on the weekends as quiet hours are not enforced, nor did I see law enforcement...not even once. Mini-golf is very far (at main entrance) from the camping loops except loop A. Small basketball court that floods when it rains. Lots of garbage and syringes down by the lake from the campground. Need more park ranger patrols as people come in at night and loiter around. Site 71 is aligned East to West with nose of vehicle pointing East and is up against the forest on one side while the other side is separated by 20 to 30feet of grass from another camp site. Some hiking trails but watch for ticks. Nice paved biking trail, but many loops work too. C and D loops are close to a playground. Verizon signal was 4g 2bars and times 3bars depending what loop I was in. - mynyel
Sep 2016 - $33.00
This was our very first stay in our new camper! Whole family had a great time. Site was nice and level (#56). Got good reception to listen to Bengals game on Sunday. Took kids on a nice hike off of loop K (Fern Hill Trail). Camp host was friendly and helpful. Only complaint was the group of hornets hanging out near the men's restroom. - Williams Clan
Jul 2016 - $25.00
1st site (b39) terrible but staff was great in changing us to c45 which was full hookup. 1st site electric only. New sites just installed were obviously engineered by a non rv camper, big mistake on what should have been a big plus for the park. Sites length at least 20' too short for average rv and toad or pickup pulling a trailer. This makes everyone park on the grass so when park is full all you see is vehicles and RVs. So much for green space. Another faux Pau was the 4" steel pipe labeled "clean out". This required a doughnut adapter vs the threaded PVC fitting most Campgrounds use. Advised park staff of this botched job.
Nice park and mamas grill is excellent for food and wifi which we could not get at the park with Sprint service. - budwang
Jun 2017 - $20.00
What a nice little campground for FMCA members! It's $0 for the first 2 nights, then $20 for the next 5 nights. Very good for a few days stopover. Concrete, level pads set in cul-de-sac with FHU's. Spacing is good with lush green grass. This is an FMCA members only site, there are 15 sites with another 8 overflow sites with electric only. The closest place to that you can camp Cincinnati too. It's about a 20-40 min. drive to attractions depending on where you are going, so nice and quiet. Sure can't beat the price (free for the first two days, then $20 for any day there after up to a week. You really only need about 3 days or so to see Cincinnati anyway, so it's perfect. Great stopover place. - MarieB
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Very good for a few days stopover. Concrete, level (!) pads set in cul-de-sac with FHU's. Spacing is good with lush green grass. This is an FMCA members only site, there are 15 sites with another 8 overflow sites with electric only. No facilities and grass was kinda tall while we were there. The rate is misleading, first 2 nights are free, $20 per night for up to additional 5 nights. - rvrrat520
Aug 2016 - $20.00
15 clean, perfectly level all-concrete sites around a small cul-de-sac. There are another 8 "overflow" sites with 30-amp electric only.
Contrary to previous reviews, there IS wifi. Read the brochure provided with the registration forms.
All utilities worked perfectly. Wifi was excellent. Campground is convenient to shopping and restaurants at Eastgate shopping complex and Mariemont neighborhood.
We stay here every year. - SusanRon
Aug 2017 - $25.00
Several sections of this state park are reserved, we came in without and were told to find a suitable site in the 1st come 1st serve area and then return to register. We arrived mid-week and many sites were available but it looks like this might be a popular place on weekends. All sites in this section were W/E back-in sites. Ours was shady but most were in mid-day sun. The sites are well spaced and the grassy areas are well maintained. The paved parking surface was wide enough for the RV, but in rainy weather, you have to walk on the grass/dirt (mud). - Trailbuddy
Jun 2017 - $26.00
Our 4 day stay was interrupted by some heavy rain for 2 days but we had a great time regardless. Our site was mostly shady, very spacious between sites, and level. Being at the end of a loop was great as we had woods behind us and no one on the other side of the road. The restrooms were not very clean or updated. We hiked several trails. Took a short drive to Wilmington and saw a movie during one of the rainy evenings. Waynesville has some great shops and a couple restaurants. - B and V travels
Jun 2017 - $28.00
We arrived at this state park on a Monday and were able to choose from many sites. There is a walk in loop, as well as the online reservable sites loops (I would recommend driving around because there are some very nice, private sites in some of these loops). The sites were asphalt and some were level so we didn't have to put pads down. On our site, walk in #7, we were able to put our dish up. Bathrooms and showers were grimy and sticky but had good pressure and hot water. Water spigots are available along the campground roads to fill up tanks. Verizon signal good here. - Pinkflamingo71
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Well maintained older park. Owner was very helpful. Older park with hook ups all over the place and every site was different. Lots of long term workers here. Pretty quite overall with lots of shade. Verizon and AT&T pretty weak. 15 min drive to closest supplies. Pool was not in service at time of stay. - On the way
May 2017 - $40.00
This park has the opportunity to be a great park. Sadly the owner is rude and talks down to women. The bathrooms were nasty. Looked like they had not been cleaned in months. Large shower house but was told it was not open for the season yet. Women's shower was one small stall with no changing area. Curtain moved when anyone opened door. Any one walking by could see into the shower. Had to ask for toilet paper (was told look in other stalls). Some sites were so small that if extending your awning it will almost touched the next camper. Electrical was sketchy. Our TT plug had damage to plug from electrical provided. Some sites have above ground sewer pipes. The PVC piping sits anywhere from 1 ft to 2 ft above the ground and then the pipe is placed on blocks for 10 to 20 feet where it then connects with other sewer lines. Play ground is a joke. Broken and needing major repairs. Lodge? This was the game room? Was only opened for one day out of our week stay. The pool table and air hockey were the only ones that were usable. Ping pong had no balls, foosball had no balls, skeetball had no balls. Overall the lodge/game room was a joke. Would not recommend this CG . - rijjmom
Mar 2017 - $41.00
Frontier Campground has a lot of potential and the owner is working toward making improvements. This park is tucked away in the quiet of the country and while there are no actual hiking trails within the park, it bumps up against a large wildlife area that has a public lake for fishing and trails for hiking and biking. The sites and interior roads are gravel, trees are trimmed and make for easy movement. All sites, both back-in and pull through, were naturally shaded with mature trees, but we were still able to get satellite coverage. Most sites had a picnic table, fire ring, and either a gravel or concrete patio. All sites are full hook-ups ( offers both 30 & 50 amp) and utilities were in good working order. I used the laundry room and while small (2 washers/2 dryers), it was in good working order. An added convenience is the onsite propane station. Now the "potential" part. In addition to RV sites, the park offers log cabins, a swimming pool, Clubhouse, basketball court, and a cute little playground - all of which could use some tender loving care to bring them back up to what I am sure once were great little attractions. - the Fishers