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11 RV Parks near Plymouth, Ohio
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Plymouth. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Plymouth in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $63.00
Large park located out in the middle of farm country. 2 separate sections: one in the older section with shady sites spaced close together and one wide open with long pull throughs. We stayed on a Halloween holiday weekend, on a pull through, fhu site, hence the high price. Site was spacious with wide grassy area, unusual for a KOA. Some pull throughs had stamped patios with patio furniture, swings and gas grills. The trees in this section were medium to small so they provide little shade.
Wi-Fi was horrible. Only 1 hour free and even when I could connect - which was rare - page loads were so slow it timed out. Maybe it was because the park was full, but just a heads up: use your own hot spot or bring a jet pack. Cable channels were snowy (and I had my booster off!). Again, a full park so maybe signal was weak due to all sites hooking up to it.
The campstore was HUGE, the largest I've seen in a campground. Fully stocked with anything you'd need and then some. Full menu cafe - so much so that you'd not even have to bring food if you didn't want to. Lovely landscaping, friendly staff, spotless restrooms and laundry. Plenty of activities and ammenities for kids....although all that costs extra. - leaf peeper
Jul 2018 - $74.00
Holiday weekend. The $74 doesn't reflect the 10% KOA discount. We have stayed here off and on for 12 years. Once they became a "Resort" the pricing for everything went up! Charged for everything! Internet is only free for one device and it's worthless. Barely could get emails. Super friendly staff, immaculate grounds and spacious sites! Just be prepared to be nickeled and dimed. Some back ins are cheaper, pay extra for a pull thru. - Ohioan
Jul 2017 - $42.00
Resort campground In the middle of nowhere. Do not use Gps to get there, follow the campground directions. About 8 miles west of Shelby. We stayed while attending races at Mid Ohio. 35 min drive to track. Only problem we had was one leg of our 50 amp circuit was not working correctly so we had to use the 30 amp circuit. Back in sites were close together and ours was hard to get into because of nearby trees. Gravel spots can develop puddles during rain, be careful where you put your door. We had to back our 30 footer in past the site gravel to get our rig to fit. They had lots of activities for kids and adults and a very well stocked camp store. - Jimstone
Sep 2011 - $30.00
Nice park but they placed us in a back-in site on a narrow one-way lane with the site slanted in the wrong direction and long term site across with flower box made of timbers right up to the road. My frustration almost drove me to leave while trying to park. Hook-ups were very deep in the site with one connection spot for four sites. They charged extra $2 a day if you wanted to run your A/C (never heard of that before). They advertise Wi-Fi but the only place you could pick it up was inside the office or standing outside by a window. Nice place for seasonal camping not so much for short term. - JTBuckeye
Sep 2011 - $28.00
This was our first trip there, wasn't too bad. Sites weren't real big but seemed well maintained. Staff we encountered were friendly, store was tidy. Most of the permanent campers were very nice. Getting around with a big camper may be a little tough. Restrooms could be a little bigger. - hink64
Sep 2005 - $30.00
We stayed here Labor Day Weekend. The park was crowded as expected. We stayed in the full hook-ups area. There are not many sites open in the full hook-up area, because of seasonal campers. The seasonal campers are neat and well kept like the rest of the park. The bad things about the campground were the narrow roads and the fishing pond. A huge fishing pond but only very little is open to fish from because of brush. Nice place for a group of tenters or smaller travel trailers. - coorslight
Apr 2018 - $18.00
Nice, quite, clean park. Friendly, helpful owners on-site. Owners just bought the park and are planning to add pull-through site, office, clubhouse and bathroom/showers. Would visit again. - Polgara1961
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Very nice campground, well laid out and maintained by husband & wife team. Biggest problem, grass sites very unlevel and soft and although it was a pull through, the neighbors were very close. No sewer connection, but owner does come with his "honey wagon" and pumps you out Mondays & Thursdays. There is a small pond on the property to "catch & release", the nearby town of Bellevue had virtually nothing, but only about 15 miles up the road was the town of Sandusky on the banks of Lake Erie where there was EVERYTHING. - Retired Wanderers
Jun 2018 - $34.00
This campground is a "jewel" along U.S. Route 20 and worth the 17 mile detour from I-80. Wonderful and helpful staff. Although there appears to be many seasonal and longer-term residents, the campground is remarkably clean. The internal roads are a bit narrow but navigable. - dandd
Jul 2017 - $19.00
Beautiful wooded park with pond and very nice pool. Close to highway but very quiet. - TJJ
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Lots of seasonal campers with some really nice seasonal set-ups. There are 3 campgrounds , I stayed at Eagle Point that had some nice lake views. Some spots could be challenging to get level, and in some cases arriving after dark could be a challenge. - Cdr Bob
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Stayed a Eagle Point which is separate from the main campground. Showers and restrooms were nice and clean. Only 30 amp available. Water at several points and at the entrance. No sewers, however dump station is available. Sites are somewhat tight. Upper part of campground has seasonal campers and lower part can be reserved. If not reserved, first come fist served. Well patrolled by park rangers.
Reservations are made online and there is an $8.00 charge. - Wi1dBi11
Sep 2015 - $20.00
We stayed at the Main Camp which was very clean and spacious. The campsites were mostly seasonal, but they were well maintained. We really enjoyed the Main Camp and found it to be peaceful and quiet. The roads are easy to traverse and the site was level. We had 30 amp service but no other hookups, but for $20.00 a night it was fine.
The campsites down the road at Eagle Point, which is still part of this campground, were another story all together. There were a lot of older campers packed closely and most of the lots were not well maintained. There were many children and it was louder with more activity. - RNRVtravler
Jul 2016 - $33.00
We were seasonal campers here for many years. We are retired and now find ourselves staying in Ohio more often. We look forward to returning here once again. The lake and the people are great. We even were able to have a dock and use our electric boat in the lake. A family run business that I hope will continue for many years. - jsipl
Jun 2016 - $38.00
We love this campground. Very clean and everyone is friendly. They have activities listed for most weekends along with fishing, boating, and a clean beach. We can't say enough good thing about this campground!! - Julie Ragsdale
Jun 2016 - $48.00
I had camped there before and was looking forward to camping there again,. Not, was I ever disappointed! No power for AC Units! And they blamed it on the Power Company, didn't offer any reimbursement! The staff just sat around and did nothing!
Plus I was looking for a permanent site for the season,,,. Wow , the price was way too high for what they had to offer!! The East Meadow was always my favorite, but what a disaster!! It looked like whoever was there last season, just up and left and left the deck all tore up and looked awful! Won't be back!!!!!
Found a much nicer campground where the owners care about what his place looks like!!! - old65manacampin
Jul 2018 - $26.00
Upon check in, I had to ask directions to our campsite, as they didn't feel the need to tell us. The gift shop was closed the whole weekend. We weren't given a list of activities, so when we heard music playing, we walked to find it & seen they were having a dance. People looked at us like we didn't belong, so we walked back to our camper. Terrible weekenders in tents behind us. The woman was pregnant and had several kids already. She cussed at the kids all weekend. I had to go over to the electric box and remove the power cord from her 2 year old, who was playing with it! - dallas 66
Nov 2016 - $23.00
We have been prement for 2 years and love being the the saddest time is OCT the last weekend saying goodbye to my neighbors they are good people we will enjoy many years there. - Sherry Toland
Jun 2010 - $23.00
This is a very nice, clean mom and pop type campground. The sites are decent size and level. The campground is located well off a state highway, down a country road so it is very peaceful and quiet. There is a swimming lake and a fishing lake. There are lots of seasonal campers but there are several lots available for 'weekenders.' The staff is personable, friendly and helpful. There is a camp store which is well stocked with all of the essentials. We would definitely stay here again. - loribrady
Sep 2017 - $10.00
I am a seasonal Camper (my first year) and it has been a wonderful experience in 2017 at the Sunset Springs Resort. The owners are fine Christian people who are trying very hard to create a family experience at the Campground. Restrooms were updated this year and are very clean which also includes some nice clean showers. They have also added a Laundry room in July. Great fishing at the big Pond that my Camper is parked by. They also have a nice lake for fishing and which has a beach for swimming. I have already renewed for a 2nd year. - John Mergel
Aug 2014 - $30.00
88% seasonal, only a handful of sites for transients. We were only shown 2 that were accessable. Bathrooms are in bad need of replacement, no HW, rusty water, very old without maintenance. New owners have much work to do. Friendly folks, short distance from the highway. Swimming at the pond. - padlin00
Jul 2017 - $41.00
Entry Road is in awful shape, very rutted and with heavy rains campers get trapped from either entering or leaving. The water smells bad. Would not use for cooking. It was windy and there was a sewer smell through out the campground. It did have a nice playground and some activities for kids. No pool, just a pond. People swam in it but not me. Lots of golf carts driving around and some recklessly driven in the woods. If you like live music and loud music you will be happy because there was a band playing till 11:30 pm at night. Camp sites aren't bad, average size and stone. Some were grass. I would definitely fill my fresh water tank and not hook up to their water. I would use my own clean camper bathroom also. Bath/shower house not very clean. - Old Crash
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Entry road extremely rough. Good wifi signal. Level site, Good gravel narrow interior roads. Very busy on week-ends. Stayed only two nights. - runamuka
Aug 2013 - $31.00
Pros: 1) Good hook ups on nicely graveled pull-through sites. 2) Very friendly, helpful staff. 3) Good WiFi is available for a small fee. Cons: 1) At least 80% of the sites are for seasonal (full time) campers. 2) There are some steep hills at the entrance to the campground. 3) The pull through sites are not very level. Blocking is requires. We would consider a short stay at this campground again. - Byron Bailey
Aug 2011 - $24.00
We only camped here because we were attending a wedding. Lot's of really strange people living throughout the park, loud, rowdy etc. The showers were disgusting and looked like they hadn't been cleaned in sometime. The sites were big, but our 30 amp service kept tripping. My husband did use the pool and he said it was real nice and kept up. We would never stay here again. I am only guessing on the amount of sites, most of the sites are permanent, the ones out front are for transients, there could be about 30 of those. - User755