12 Parks near Tiffin, Ohio
Jul 2015 - $24.00
nice level grassy areas with trees-ONLY down side is heavy train traffic noise across the way at midnite to 0500 hrs. - katmandu
Jun 2015 - $35.00
This is really a seasonal campground rather than an overnight stop. We are not opposed to this, but this place seemed to be one big party, and we did not feel comfortable here. The drive throughout the park was almost too narrow to navigate with a big rig. The pull-through site was sloped and had no gravel or pavement. There was no fire ring or even a picnic table. - RNRVtravler
Jul 2012 - $30.00
The 30 amp sites that were available were un-level side to side. The power was very poor at under 105V, so our AC didn't fully kick in. Very busy place with season sites being the norm. The area behind us was rented to a company picnic, which ran until well after dark. We will not return, way over priced for what is here. - Teacher's Pet
Oct 2011 - $35.00
Nice campground, plenty of campsites. River sites have a nice view of the Sandusky River on one side and hillside trees on the other. All staff and fellow campers were very friendly. - hink64
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
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
Jul 2006 - $30.00
This was the worst campground that we have ever stayed at. The entrance to the park was difficult to maneuver with a travel trailer. The one lane bridge to the entrance is an accident waiting to happen. The campsites were so small and close together that you could not even park your vehicle on your site. Other campers thought nothing of just walking through the middle of your campsite to get where they were going. Including walking right between the lawn chairs you were sitting in! The quite rules were not enforced. They have many permanent sites and golf carts at this campground. People were driving by at all hours of the day and night. One night at 12:30 a.m. people were driving by in golf carts yelling and honking their horns. For fire pits they had metal tubs with holes in them that looked like they came out of washing machines. Our campsite was so close to our neighbor that we could hear everything they said. Including the cursing fist fight that the man and woman had in the wee hours of the morning (4:00 a.m.) that went on for over an hour. No one from the campground came to break it up or even speak to these people. The bathrooms were so dark and filthy, my children were afraid to go in them. This is not a family campground. - ScrapperJo
May 2016 - $27.00
We stayed for 5 days in a small trailer and 2 man tent. The roads are mostly dirt with some tight turns. These could be a problem for larger RV's especially in heavy rain. I don't have the experience to make it a fact. There are a lot of permanent fivers in the park, and other longer units. Our area was near a small pond which was a lot of fun for the grand-kids.
Do not recommend you stay on the week ends, unless you like a lot of loud music and such. The owner will intervene, but is only one person and can't possibly catch it all at once. There are rules that will be enforced.
The roads were great for all terrain bicycles. The area is very country. Trains, and some traffic noise, not bad, but we do live close to both at home. - NanCas
Aug 2015 - $35.00
New first year owners, doing lots of up grades, electric, office, restrooms, lots to do yet. Very close to heavily used highway and Railroad tracks, train's about every hour. Corn fields all around us, lots of farming and feed mills. Very country setting. A little pricy for what you get. Water pressure was almost non-existent, no WiFi or cable. The owner said they had 147 full time campers some were kept very nicely and some not so much. - Joe-Sandy
Sep 2015 - $37.00
We stayed 3 nights to see the area as there weren't any other options that were centrally located for us to reach the sites we came to visit.
The park is better suited for long term residents. The park was built on agricultural land and is surrounded by farming operations. Access from US-20 is either three quarters (from CR-175, S Ridge Rd) to a mile (from SR-101) along a paved, single lane farm road. Don't know if the shoulders of the road would support the weight of a Class A diesel pusher if there was opposing traffic that required leaving the paved portion of the road but the slope of the shoulder really didn't invite pulling onto the shoulder to find out.
Check-in included signing a 4 page agreement and providing proof of insurance for the RV (and towed vehicle). There was an escort to the site.
The access gate posed a problem due to the type of gate (pivoted up into the air) and the location of the key pads.
The interior roads and site parking pads were constructed of large crushed repurposed asphalt/stone. The roads/parking pads are still settling. Almost all of the corners are tight 90 degree turns. There is only one pull-through site, which has a 90 degree turn to exit. All of the remaining sites require a 90 degree back in to get on the parking pad. The sites (which included the parking pad & adjacent open space) are very wide. Privacy between the sites is based upon distance. They have full hook ups - water, electricity (50 amp), and sewer. The utility connections were spread along the parking pads. The water was generally at the back of the pads. The sewer was generally towards the front of the pads. The electric was about midway down the sites. This layout required a lot of hose/cable (going in different directions) to reach the connections.
They do not accept credit cards. Cash or check only. Ended up paying an additional $5.00 due to calculation error at time of check in.
There were no trees to obstruct satellite reception. Didn't try to receive any broadcast channels. - bsb814
Aug 2015 - $22.00
The rate reflects a 2 week rate. This is a fairly new Campground. The owners live on site and make sure the rules are adhered to. Boisterous loud activities are not permitted. Party animals may not be happy here. The roads and spots are gravel and very level. There is a lake for swimming, which is very clean. It looks like the Campground was carved out of a farmers field, so there are no shade trees. Young ones have been planted for future shade. There had been a lot of rain just before we got there so a lot of the grass ares were mud holes. Things dried up after a couple of days. Most of the campers are seasonal and very friendly, quiet folks that watch out for each other. The water is county water and pressure is good. The entrance is gated and we felt very safe. We will go back. - esta34950
May 2007 - $25.00
Actually - we left. It was very crowded with lots of vehicles coming and going on poor gravel roads. Not much width or turning areas. Seemed to be lots of seasonals. Friendly bunch, but way too crowded for our tastes. - CacheMann
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This Park is now Seasonals only. No nightly, weekly, or monthly. - DoggieDaddy
Aug 2011 - $30.00
We stopped here for one night and ended up staying for three. Extremely nice hosts, and a very well kept park. While not near some of the major restaurants there was an Applebes, and Bob Evans fairly near by. A great bakery is in downtown Gibsonburg too. If you want a quiet leisurely place to stay this is it. Water pressure and electric was very good, and the sites reasonably level with a good distance between campers. We would have rated it higher if they would have had a laundromat and Wi-Fi. - buckeye1268
Jul 2011 - $35.00
Used as overnight stop only - fairly long drive from I-80. To get into park you have to navigate around low overhanging and decorative boulders on the road edges and corners. Pull through sites only available for overnight stays, $30 for 30 amp, extra $5 for 50 amp. Note: pull through sites are better set up for truck towing 5th wheel or trailer, rather than motorhome towing a vehicle due to the placement of the hookups. Fire pits are positioned mid way on the site, not front or rear, so no air flow between sites. No security on site after hours, or anyone to contact. I would not go back. - annmarieh
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Park was mainly seasonal sites. Only 4 pull-through sites. Site was very unlevel, dipped in the middle. - Chiefmorgan
Jul 2016 - $27.00
Our stay, in a PopUp A-Frame, was pleasant and for the most part quiet. There was a brief interruption in my sleep when our neighbor came home. I am a light sleeper. One downside was the play ground in our area was in unsafe condition. I will likely return to this CG and I do recommend it to anyone who is a non weekend camper at least. Can't speak for what happens on the weekend though. It is a well maintained CG. - NanCas
May 2011 - $29.00
Our site, 48, was grassy and level. Very friendly staff. Clean restrooms. Rate was with discount. A lot of clean seasonal campers. Would definitely stay here again. - PinkPanther