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15 RV Parks near Utica, Ohio
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Utica. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Utica in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This is a great campground if you are traveling with kids, which we weren't. There is alot to do and keep kids entertained. The camp sites were a bit close to one another but they were reasonably level and it was a pull through site. We were visiting family in the area so we didn't spend too much time in the park but when we were there it was quiet and pleasant. We had to wear little paper bracelets to identify ourselves as registered campers and I found that annoying, felt like a hospital patient! We have stayed there in the past and would stay there again. - LeoTraveler
Apr 2017 - $53.00
We stayed Easter weekend on a Friday. Road in and out is two lane rural. Staff was excellent and always helpful. Campsites offer a mix of trees and open area. Lots of activities for young and old at this campground. Could be more easily labeled a "Funground". Some amenities cost extra. We paid $10 each to do zip line on Saturday morning. The stream is free and our 10 year old had a blast wading out. I found multiple Indian artifacts along the rocky banks. Our pull through site didn't offer a pad or patio but they allowed us to put down our mat in front door area. Cell reception with AT&T was good. Digital TV not so much but we didn't care as there was plenty to do. Lots of activities are planned by the park. We filled our propane tank as we were leaving and staff was very helpful and cost was minimal. We only stayed the night as we had other places to be but we could definitely come back to Lazy River and recommend it highly to campers with kids. - Sinjin79
Aug 2016 - $46.00
We love this campground. It's a very family-friendly. Our favorite spots are in the back next to the creek which the kids love to play in. It's only a foot deep max. Our spots are surrounded with mature trees and are huge. You can sit in our spot around the camp fire and watch the kids play in the creek.
The only downside is they are electric and water and cable, no sewer.
This year they added a BMX bike track and laser tag and frisbee golf. There are also adding a new shower house. The current shower house is fine and well kept. It's a nice family run campground. Super great for the kids with lots of activities. It's not as big as some campgrounds but that suits us great. There's a nice place to get snacks and ice cream.
The pool is a little small but the water is always warm and nice, and there's a splash pad right next to it. There's also a zip line and a wire obstacle course.
Very secluded down in a ravine in the trees. Camping the way that it should be. It's family-owned and I think both the daughter and son are involved. Everyone who we've interacted with are good people and the staff is great. - osubuck94
May 2018 - $50.00
This is truly a hidden gem. Beautiful mature trees, lots of activities for the kids. We had an excellent time. We will absolutely go back again and again. - carolanddoug_71
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Great family oriented campground. Friendly owners and clean facilities. Poor tv reception, but we don't go camping to watch tv. We can do that at home! - Bobbi F
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Rustic Knolls is a perfect quiet getaway. Their seasonal sites are nicely shaded and large. You've got room to spread out, plenty of privacy but not so much that you can't be neighborly. The owner is fun, the whole place is friendly and the facilities spotless. - Ladybugjrm
Aug 2015 - $30.00
I only gave it a 9, because it is way out in the country. That was OK with us. Quiet place. Good Wi-Fi. Friendly place and the manager very helpful. Also a small place. Clear sky for the satellite. Shower has very hot water and lots of it. All grass. You can only enter (the entrance) of the campground if you are going east. Call for directions before coming. Leaving campground and going east, you will need to go out a back gate. No problems there. If coming in from the west, you will need to come in the back gate. Campground entrance is on a sharp curve and making the left hand turn is almost impossible. No traffic as it is in the country. We will camp there again, when in the area. - consmith
Jul 2006 - $25.00
This campground is in a very quiet area with some scenic driving in both directions from the campground. All of the sites other than the seasonals are on grass but are fairly large. There is a small play area for children as well as a decent pool and putt-putt course. They have an on-site canoe livery which we used and enjoyed. There are a lot of seasonals but still plenty of room for weekenders and overnighters. The water is well water but I didn't think it was any worse than any other campground with well water. The restrooms were in need of a good cleaning and needed updated. - ACGreen
May 2005 - $22.00
The campground is located on the Kokosing River. All river front sites are taken by seasonal campers. River is easy to get to and can be waded. Second year for new owners. They are adding two big lakes to the front of the campground. Two main problems were the restrooms and the water. The restrooms were below average. The water had an awful smell and feel. I don't know if a water filter would help or not. - coorslight
Sep 2018 - $41.00
This park is several miles from the interstate but not too difficult to find. One of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed at. All facilities are first-rate. No cable TV but several OTA channels. I highly recommend if you don't mind driving a few extra miles on rural Ohio roads. - farmboy25
Aug 2018 - $49.00
This is a great campground, particularly if you have kids (which we do not). Unfortunately we were there for just an overnight, but could easily have stayed longer. Lots of amenities and activities, wonderful pool, well-maintained and refreshing. Long level wide site with lots of room between units. We enjoyed the food truck after a tiring drive day. The location is very rural, and you need to be sure to follow campground and not GPS directions from the highway. It was a little ways off the highway but well worth the stop. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - Janau NC
Aug 2018 - $45.00
A very nice campground, so much so we extended our stay for a day. Pull through site was not level which was a pain but the rest of the park was beautiful and secluded. They have a nice catch and release fishing pond and the staff is very friendly. A very nice pool and play area for the kids. Well-maintained and hooks up were close and easy. My only issue was with the long term residents on the other side of the pond. About four men were out there talking very loudly and dropping F-bombs such that I had to have my ten yr old daughter go inside. Then they got out a drone and flew it all over the park and very close to people's rigs. My very beautiful wife was fishing and the drone kept hovering around her while the men kept up their cussing with every other word. I do not think I would stay there again just because of those idiots. Felt like my privacy was being invaded. Again, value, service and cleanliness were all well above average. - Beware thyself
Aug 2018 - $26.00
While I did not stay at the park, I came to visit family that was staying. This park could be awesome, but the only good thing about the park is the lake. The smell outside the restrooms is worse than a Porta Potty - dried mess on the pit toilets, bathrooms were filthy and no toilet paper. They haven't been sanitized in a long time. The showers were disgusting, same filth in them for 2 weeks. Was advised they only clean bathrooms on Fridays. 1 - unsanitary 2 - that's just gross. The park is not mowed regularly, and some of the people staying there are very sketchy. When you are advised to lock up because you have homeless staying there, that's a problem. It should be more like 5 bucks a night. There is no running water and the electric is not up to par. If you need a 50 amp, I advise you to go down the road. Or if you expect cleanliness, keep going. - Kittykate35
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This is one of the quietest little parks I have ever camped at! The view from our campsite (right on the water) was amazing! My kids had a blast at their playground area. This is one of the smallest campgrounds I have been to, yet my father-in-law had no trouble maneuvering the 40' 5th wheel around the lot. There were a lot of seasonal campers here and they had a camp wide yard sale while we were there. The lake water was very nice and the 10hp restriction on boats made it nice for those who were kayaking. - Permacamp
Sep 2018 - $40.00
This park is quiet, out of the way and family oriented. Lots of seasonal campers. They also offer tent camp sites. Management is helpful, and the grounds are clean. Weekly pump out is included with the site. - LKD
Jun 2018 - $38.00
This park is little more than a farmer's field with some gravel spread here and there. The sites are less than adequate for a larger unit. Our 40' fifth wheel took the entire site and left little room for our truck. On day one I was told to park my truck on the side of the site next to the pedestal (4x4 in the ground). The first night that area became a pool of about 6" of water. On day 2 I was told to park across the site in front of our trailer. That supposedly caused a 45' motorhome to get stuck in the mud. On day 3 I was told to park at the rear of my coach. That blocked access for other travelers to get to their sites without becoming mired in the mud which was everywhere. Finally, I parked next to the coach (very close) so that I couldn't use the picnic table (not that I would...it was very dirty). There is no sewer connection except for gray water. We were told the gray water is dumped in the adjacent farm field. The electrical service is deficient to say the least. I was getting low voltage alarms for the entire 10 days we stayed there. On 2 occasions, my batteries were completely depleted so we sat in the dark. My power monitor was showing less than 90 volts most of the time. The management/owner is rude...but maybe that's just his way. We would not stay here again on a bet. - GreatGoogly
Jul 2016 - $35.00
The park is a bit difficult to get to but is a very attractive park when you do with many large trees and lots of shade. Sites in the heavy timber have gravel pads with very little grass, due to the lack of sun but are nice on warm days. Overnight sites are pull through with easy access, gravel pads that are close to level. Nice swimming pool, very quiet and friendly. We were happy that we found this out of the way park and will go back if we travel that way again. - RV Camper1
Jul 2018 - $69.00
Weekend stay to attend a chapter meeting. Office personnel friendly and efficient, led us to our site. Clean ad level site with good amount of shade. Gravel sites very close together. Water pressure on the low side. Noise levels were high until about 10:30pm, but that's to be expected at a KOA that caters to young kids. We enjoyed the pavillions for our gatherings and the on-site restaurant for breakfasts. - Movgfwd
Jul 2018 - $68.00
Stopped here for one night during a cross country journey. Had a pull thru patio site which was nice although we didn't really use it as the stop was mainly for sleep. Did find the site a little untidy with the grill at the neighbors site and the swing set setting half on and half off the concrete patio. Park was quiet and far enough from I70 so no traffic noise. - Rmpbap
Jun 2018 - $47.00
Nice park & people! A lot for kids to do. (We did not have children with us) Have been here twice for overnight. Put us in one pull thru on one side of the park, couldn't reach hookups, moved us right away to the other side, no problem. Need to get organized on their pricing. Was told on a previous stay, 15% Veteran discount, called, upon check-in told it's the same as the KOA discount of 10%. Very clean! Have sites for satellite if needed. Roads were okay to navigate, and in good condition. We drive a 36 ft MH and tow a 4 DR Jeep Wrangler. Easy on/off I-70 Would stay here again. - JoppaFolks
Sep 2018 - $32.00
We were on site 621, which is on the periphery of the camp ground, adjacent to the shooting range. Basically a big gravel parking lot with amenities. That being said, our site was huge with ample space for our 40' motor home, pick-up truck & motorcycle. All services worked well. The main portion of the campground is lovely, with trees & grass. Location is very convenient to the interstate & to the greater Columbus area. Sunbury is 8 miles away & has all the shopping you could possibly need. We would definitely return here. - Biker2
Aug 2018 - $37.00
Huge pull throughs, wide grassy areas in between sites, park-like setting. Massive amounts of room for this big rig. One of the nicest places we have stayed. 50A , FHU. Will certainly stop here again. Easy access from I71. - MerBee
Aug 2018 - $30.00
This is a bizarre RV park. It is operated by a skeet shooting organization and I guess it is set up for big shooting events. They don't seem particularly interested in having RV guests. The office closes at 4 and there is no after hours number. We were told there would be a receipt and map left at the office door--there wasn't. Fortunately, the previous review had suggested pulling up a map from the internet, so we knew where our site was. The woman I talked to on the phone knew nothing about the park, wifi, cable, etc--probably never spent a night in an RV. Our site was level, but the hookups [we didn't have sewer] were at the front of the back-in. Fortunately, we had extensions and garden hoses to reach. Without them, we would have had a problem. Wifi was great. This place is huge!! There are hundreds of camp sites and cabins. When we were there, we saw only two people. The place was deserted. That was a plus for us. We backed up to a stocked lake and enjoyed our stay. We were there on a Monday. I understand the skeet range opens on Tuesday. So, all in all, it was great for us. Just be aware of its eccentricities. I have no idea why they don't try to develop it. - hudsonguy
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May 2008 - $33.00
Good entertainment there on weekends. Campsites are REALLY close together even without a slideout. A lot of people who like to party there (not always so good). Would go back but don't expect it to be quiet there. - 4Lancaster