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12 RV Parks near Sabina, Ohio
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sabina. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sabina in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $33.00
Pleasant stay. Lots of short trails. Small swimming beach. Good lake for sailing. - GregAndKatie
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
Sep 2017 - $45.00
We stayed in a pull through site. The employees/owner were very nice. The park itself was nice. As has been noted, it is tight. We tow a Jayco A-Frame type fold down with an extension on the front to carry things, so it is 22 feet long. There are some spots given my skill level at towing, I would not have wanted to try. The sites are small. Having done a lot of camping at state parks this year we got kind of spoiled with larger sites. The pool was very nice and still open past labor day. What surprised me most was the showers were pay showers. .25 cents for 2.5 minutes. I have never seen that before. While clean both the bathrooms and showers were in need of updating. Very old. Overall a nice place. We would return. - npdchief7
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
Sep 2018 - $49.00
This is a Thousand Trails park of yesteryear. Beautiful grounds, clubhouse at pool area, mini golf, pond, etc. We just stopped for quick overnight and got the last big rig site available (W/E only). Sites are very close together and only has 3 (out of 169) sites have 50 amp, so we were only able to run one A/C. We arrived just before 5:00 and it was 86 degrees so after we got settled, we headed to the pool to cool off. It was closed! I just can't imagine why a pool would be closed when it's still summer. Wifi is non existent and Verizon cell coverage was minimal. Overall, a nice park for an overnight but we wouldn't book an extended stay. - jodik
Jul 2018 - $1.00
Staff was nice enough to take us in a golf cart to check the site and also to see the best way to approach the site, since we have a very large unit and tow vehicle. Only got a 30 amp site and it was hot, so had to juggle both a/c units for best result. Grounds were very nice and staff very helpful. Still, mostly seasonal which makes getting a good site hard for us that travel. - DBLR
Jul 2018 - $54.00
We reserved a week in advance through their national call center. The website stated to call ahead to make arrangements for late arrival. We called several times in the afternoon when we knew we would be running an hour late and left a message and they did not return our call. We showed up and it was closed. Another RV showed up too with same story. Phone number on door was disconnected. We were all very frustrated. Then out of the blue a golf cart comes out of the camping area gate and we finally get checked in. She was slurring her words and complaining about the air conditioning and ignored a phone call while checking me in. So she doesn't answer calls or return phone calls. The campsite and grounds were just fine. Our site wasn't level and chocking was necessary and the electrical box cover fell off when we opened it to plug in and weren't sure how to fix it. Also didn't have full hookups like we hadn't requested and paid for. But they had a dump station so it was fine for a short stay. - Missyinanairsteam
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Paved roads. Very large sites. Multiple loops, some with lots of trees and some with very few trees/shade. Lots of water spigots so even though water hookup not provided at each spot, you're generally within 100ft so you can run a hose and refill your fresh water tank. Quiet at night. Lots of good hiking nearby (you'll have to drive to the other side of the lake...or the other end of the park which is about 8 miles away). Some of the best shades sites are walkup only so those can't be reserved. Got prolly 2 inches of rain in the afternoon and the site drained well...no standing water. Several dump stations throughout the park too so the lines don't get to long on Sunday morning. - zenasboy
May 2018 - $29.00
Beautiful park, nice paved entry roads, green grass and nice trees. The only problem I had was that I was told my site had water at it but they failed to tell me it was a community spigot with kids playing in the water and everyone washing dishes there and not carrying water back to their site. Muddy mess near my site. Also the bath house had chronic leaked with water running under door. Would have thought for the price I would have my own water at my site. Mud was covering part of my paved pad. Picnic table was a little beat up. - RFarley73
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
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
Aug 2018 - $25.00
Stayed 8-15-thru 8-17 We come to this campground several times a year. Very nice setting lots of trees we stayed at the deluxe sites with a deck. Have stayed at the other as well , we have never had a bad time at this campground. - Gary Warwick
Jul 2017 - $26.00
Nice park with decent room and fairly level spots. - dbng
Jul 2016 - $26.00
We stayed for 1 week. The sites are level but some sites off the pad can be steep. Many of the heavily treed areas could be reseeded. Lots of mud to deal with. Very clean park and bathroom shower water pressure is excellent. We use this park often, as it is fairly close for our weekend getaways. - Tom De
Oct 2018 - $38.00
The Lakeside loop has full hookups and is very big-rig friendly. There is decent distance between sites. There are no trees or other vegetation separating sites. The sites are paved and level. The upper campground is more crowded with some sites close together. There is a mixture of full hookups, electric only, and primitive. Many sites are shaded. Some of the sites are big-rig friendly, but many are not. There is a nice playground for the youngsters and disc golf and putt-putt available for the rest of us. There is also a good boat launch. A problem we noted was the camphosts would move the tables onto the middle of the site. When you arrived you had to get out and move the table. this could be a problem in bad weather or if you had physical limitations. There was no logical reason for this when we asked. - winnie1
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This is a nice park. The only drawback was that the beach was a few miles away. The spaces were a little close but not right on top of each other. The staff and patrons were friendly and the facilities were clean. - rcsauce
Apr 2018 - $44.00
This is our third Ohio state park and by far the best. We had a site in the second row of the lower level with a nice lake view. Sites were full hookup with nice sized asphalt pads. The sites were quite spacious when compared to commercial RV Park and all of the connections were in a convenient location. It was exceptionally quiet at night. I didn't interact with the park staff at all over the weekend but if its like other states parks they are pleasant and helpful. Getting to the park is relatively easy and there are a number things to do while there. We will definitely be back. - Stranded_In_Ohio
Sep 2015 - $34.00
This is not a destination campsite. This is somewhere to go if you plan on boating and need a place to stay overnight. There's a decent "backyard" to the sites but to the front and sides, it's sardine city. Big campers are backed up against a tree to the rear and your truck has to go somewhere else, there's no room onsite and less than five "guest parking" spaces.
You need to be darn good at maneuvering your rig to make it into the tiny spaces. If it wasn't for my husband driving tractor trailers for the past 15 years, there's no way we could've gotten in with a 36' camper and dually. Even he had to wiggle and twist for a good 10 minutes before nailing it, and we're really not sure at this point how to ever make it out. The people beside us came in later with a much smaller fifth wheel camper and a regular sized truck. Getting in was nearly impossible for them too. They had to cut the wheel hard, bringing the truck two inches from the shower house, to make it happen. This involved two people guiding the driver and a whole lot of adjustments and corrections.
Unleashed large dogs roam the campsite freely, owners trailing behind at a distance. I haven't noticed any owners trailing behind with cleanup bags either.
There's free wifi but no one offered up a password to access it.
Bring a pallet if you come here. Everyone else has them. If it rains, you'll quickly find out why you needed it. - malik0976
Aug 2010 - $25.00
The motorhome and travel trailer sites are level with gravel parking and grass in between sites. Facilities were clean. The staff were very friendly and accommodating to the campers. They walked the grounds every day and talked to the campers to make sure everything was OK. Easy access to Rock Fork Park and lake. We would stay here again. - Wayne Magill
Oct 2018 - $37.00
One night stay while driving though OH on I-70. The state campground that we wanted to stay at was booked and this one was pretty far off our route but turned out OK. The camp was nearly full but seemed to have multiple items for families to do, disk golf, mini golf, basketball, playgrounds, short BMX course, etc. Our site had two stumps on the sunny side of the space so it was in the sun on a hot day. The asphalt site was close enough to level we did not use blocks Multiple shower houses made access easy. Would stay again if we lived in the vicinity. - tfemaker
Jul 2017 - $28.00
Showers and bathrooms are in rough shape. They smell and are not cleaned nearly often enough. Also their website is misleading. There is a pool at the state park, but it is not included with the camping fees and you must purchase a day pass for each member of your family. A family of 4 is approx. $38 per day and even then you can only access the pool if the Lodge is not crowded. The Lodge's guest get first come first serve for the pool. The campground is clean and well groomed. Everything is paved to include sites and roads. Be careful when selecting a site. If it's by the restrooms, there is no dedicated path to them so people walk right through the campsite that sits in front of the restrooms. We can not review the lake or the trails due to a recent flood that had everything shutdown. From what we hear it is beautiful though. - Burgoons
Jun 2015 - $12.00
A typical State Park with dated Shower & rest room facilities which I did not use. However the campsites are some of the best I have seen in a Ohio State Park. 30 and 50 amp electric but no water or sewer hookups. All sites are level or very close to being level, paved, table & fire pit. Many are fully shaded, large, and spaced apart for a feeling of privacy. I stayed 3 days which it rained every day and some of the sites became filled with water. The parking pads are slightly above ground and stayed water free but the area where the fire pit & table are located was under water and not good for tenters. Not all all sites suffered but quite a few did so be aware. Had there been no rain just about any site in the park would be great. There is a State Run golf course nearby that is a great bargain ( The reason I went there) Even with all the rain the course was playable. The beach is locate 4- 5 miles away & I did not use it. The "Play Ground" in the Campground has old dilapidated equipment and was unkempt . I'll return ( because of the Golf Course) but be glad I'm self contained. About 20 sites are " walk-in" sites (first come, first serve), all others can be reserved. - cecerecreek