12 Parks near Wapakoneta, Ohio
Aug 2015 - $10.00
Indoor pool, $$ laundry, small lake for paddle boats/canoes/swimming. Coast to Coast members are in a section separate from member sections of the resort, full hook up but, w/30 amp service only. - rracer5
Sep 2013 - $10.00
Wi-Fi was very weak even though we were less than 50 yds away. Rate is C2C member rate. We were late arrivals and used button at gate. The manager said to go to the back row and pick any site. They were 30 amp only. The sites in the front of the park are nicer and sold as time-shares. There are several resident seasonal campers and they were very unfriendly. Not a bad place for a short stay. Has nice facilities in front of park and they are available to all. - Mick Barnes
Jul 2012 - $30.00
We used this park for a two-night 'overnight' to allow us to visit family in the area. When I reserved the site, I asked for a 50A site with access to the satellites: I did not use the water, sewer, or cable. When we arrived, the staff didn't know we were coming; when we said we weren't C2C, they didn't want to let us stay. It turns out that they are under new management, but they ended up honoring the offer made by their predecessor. I was told to 'pick a site anywhere on the last row and let us know.' Unfortunately, I picked a site and started setting up before checking the power. It was only 30A; it turns out that, of the 15 or so sites, only two had 50A, and I had to check till I found one. Otherwise the power was good, but there was definite age on the pedestals and receptacles. - Fletchers
Oct 2016 - $56.00
Level sites are close together but have decent amount of yard. Tiny dog park for tiny dogs. It's not so good for larger dogs but there's a big field to play Frisbee. Great shower/bathhouses with good pressure & hot water. Friendly staff, love the lil cafe- ordered a personal pizza for quick dinner & delivered to site in 15 mins. WiFi service works great too. Will definitely consider coming back. Next to Interstate but far enough that it's just a quiet white noise distraction. - DeanaN3Dogs
Aug 2016 - $43.00
Easy access from I-75. Sites are fairly level gravel sites with wood patios and picnic tables. Ours was long enough that we did not have to unhook the toad. Wifi was good, although you can only have 1 code per person so we could not use our iPads as well as our laptops. That's OK, though. The only real problem was the very close train. It woke us up a couple of times during the night. However, this is fine for an overnight and we would return if traveling through this area again. - dickens
Aug 2016 - $47.00
We found the campground in the Atlas; phone number but no name or address. Directions from Rachelle at the park put us on the wrong side of I-75. After we called back for a correct address for the GPS a drive through narrow streets in town got us to the park. Entrance drive is narrow with a steep grade down from Cemetery Road into the park. 3 mph entry causes extreme movement inside the coach. Park spaces are narrow with 12 foot gravel driveways between wooden platforms with picnic benches adjacent to the gravel drive. It was necessary to put a driver in our towed vehicle to steer away from the platform on the inside of the turn coming into the space although the coach was at the extreme outside of the turn entering the space. Mature shade trees are close enough to the driveways to limit where you can be in a space and still open the slides. The young man with the guide cart provides no assistance other than pointing at your parking space. Fire rings 2 to 3 feet both sides of drive way at extreme end of drive. - Toby's dad
May 2013 - $30.00
Called ahead and asked for a pull through site and assured they were available. Pull through was in maintenance yard between a building and a backhoe. It was surrounded with heavy equipment, stored/consignment trailers, and three story piles of firewood. Patio was a maintenance driveway. No outdoor space at all! For $30.00 per night? If we were not so tired we would have left. Balance of park was nice but tightly packed. Family run for years seem to have no conscience as to what they call a campsite. - U320
Oct 2011 - $30.00
A nice park not too far from I-75. Almost all sites are rented out on an annual basis and occupied by park models. Lots of kids and activities. Almost everyone has a golf cart and there is a constant parade of them throughout the park. Nightly sites are "lake view", gravel and level with only one pull through that I saw. There are lots of campfires and the smell of wood smoke is everywhere day and night. I would stay here again. - travler27
Sep 2010 - $30.00
This is a pretty park but asked for and got a pull-thru. Only the pull-thru was on blacktop between 2 buildings used for RV repairs! We went back to the office and she finally gave us a back-in site that wasn't level AT ALL and had an old rickety wood deck. If we would have had to spend more than 1 night we would have left. She did take $5 off the $30 - redhead1943
May 2016 - $18.00
Bring a long water hose. This was a nice little park a few miles of I-75. The power was good, no Wi-Fi, AT&T good, water pressure good... BUT... we needed 50 feet of hose because 2 sites share a double faucet. A few potholes on the way in. We ate at the little diner, will do in a pinch, reasonable. Our rig is 40 feet long. To be fair, this place is under new management and it appears that they are trying to clean things up as well as repair things. - walt66
May 2016 - $18.00
Found park thru Passport America. Just off a highway, so there is some road noise when outside. Just close your windows and you won't hear it. Lots of permanent/seasonal residents. No fenced dog run, but you can walk your dog off leash around the small lake. Nothing out there but goose droppings. Lake front sites are back-ins and water/electric. All other sites are pull-throughs with full hookups. My pull-through site was on the back row and about 70' long. Wi-Fi worked fine at my site. Owner said Wi-Fi is really hit and miss anywhere on the property, including in the diner. Antenna pulled in the 3 major networks and a few other channels. Fishing in the small lake is allowed and no license needed. You can keep or release the fish. I drove through the local state park campground and I think it is a nicer park, but no long sites like here. - TH travelers
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Clean very level back in sites set up for trailers and not MHs. May have to disconnect if over 22 ft. plus truck No amenities but a good basic stop over with H2O, elect, and sewer. Anyone can stop for a nite for the tour. NO LONG TERM PARKING. Now the big problem! THERE IS NO CELL PHONE SERVICE HERE! Period! No cell phone company works. Airstream does have an internet that they will give you the passwords. We payed the $10 as we just wanted to see the tour and stay the night but when we found out the phone problem we had to leave ( I had a late night phone conference that night) The tour is very interesting and maybe a must see if you are anyway interested in Airstreams. - Cliffy
Oct 2014 - $10.00
The Airstream Terraport is where you can camp while having service done on your Airstream at the factory. The Terraport is also available for camping if you are passing through, or taking the factory tour. It's nothing fancy, 30/50 Amp, water, sewer and Wi-Fi. No restroom or showers. They also fill propane tanks. And it's only $10 a night if you are not having service done. - damonbeals
Aug 2016 - $20.00
This municipal park is located approximately 1.5 miles east of I-75 which makes it a convenient spot to use as an overnight stop when traveling. The park features eight 60-70 foot long pull through sites which are very level. These sites are great if you don't want to unhook your toad or trailer. Sites are open with very little understory so no privacy. The bath house is modern and very clean. Dump station is easy to use on the way out of the park. There is a small swimming lake, open late May through mid-August for a additional fee. This is a well run park and had little use mid-week in August. - linnemj
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Johnny Appleseed Parks Ottawa Metro Park is one of the nicer county parks we've stayed in. The sites offer water and electric and a dump is available. Most of the sites are 30 amp with only a few 50 amp sites - 3 of which are handicapped. However, if the park is full the handicapped spots are available for anyone. The sites are paved, long and level. Lots of green grass between sites with some small trees. There is a lake with a beach and a disc golf course. A multi-use trail starts at the park and goes for about 10 miles. It's a nicely paved path but it runs through some, shall we say, colorful areas. It is very quiet at night. Busy on the weekends with lots of locals. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. This would get a higher rating if there were more 50 amps sites, sewer and WII FI. That's not asking for too much :) We camped here in a motorhome. - Free
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This is a lovely newer campground with paved roads and RV pads, nicely mowed grass and mostly younger trees. The bathhouse was new and very clean. It is not far from I75 and is first come first served. You pay by check at a drop box in the bathhouse. The water hookups were odd as some sites you would need to hookup on a shared water tower with 2 faucets. Your water hose would run across your site. No sewer hookups. We picked up many OTA TV stations. There is a camphost on property. We loved it here. - R&S
Aug 2016 - $28.00
We were in the loop with full hookups. Service was good, good power and good water pressure. Sites are not very level at all. Had a large site as we were on an end.
Lake is disgusting. Has been affected by Blue Green Algae for last 5-6 years. Emerald green water, signs saying avoid all contact with water.
Lots of camp hosts who are very friendly. - knightab
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Very nice state park on the north side of Grand Lake St Marys. We were parked in the new full hook up section. Our site was OK, but all the sites are slanted from the drive and are at 90° to the drives making very hard to park a larger RV without getting in the grass. The class A RVs on both sides of us had their rear tires off the ground to level. At the present time the lake is toxic with warning posted not to enter the water subject possible harm. - Teacher's Pet
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Nice park, clean restrooms and showers, friendly staff. Great hiking trails. Site was in full sun. We had a site with full hood-ups. There's a beach, but it has too much algae in the lake to allow swimming (not the camp's fault). - MartyV
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Gravel roads well maintained. Our site had a cement pad, others were gravel. All were mostly level. Picnic table and fire ring. Our Verizon phones worked spotty, Internet poor on Verizon. Laundry was the nicest we have experienced. I would have given this park a higher rating except for the golf carts running around at all hours of the night. I had to buy earplugs. We will visit again. - esta34950
Jun 2006 - $25.00
This park is over run with seasonal campers many of which allowed their units to become very run down. Golf carts everywhere and it was a rather loud campground. They advertise having a swimming pool, which turns out to be a swimming lake. The lake was ok for swimming and did have nice homemade slides. They did have 2 playgrounds which were decent and they had a live band which was entertaining on both nights. I would not stay here again. - ACGreen
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Really enjoyed our weekend stay at Indian Lake. Busy State Park with lots of kids and adults on bikes, but we stayed in the C section, which is away from the madding crowd a bit. Cricket wireless (AT&T) was solid for me all weekend.
One annoyance was the signage for the potable water was nowhere to be found, not even on the online map. It's at the dump station and as you're leaving the park. And you're about 20 minutes from any real grocery store.
But other than that, it was a very pleasant weekend stay. If you have time, check out the Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum in Wapakoneta. - turleybe
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Great campground for boaters! Although we don't boat or generally use the beach/lake area at all, we still enjoyed our stay here. We originally reserved a lakeside (full hookup) site. Once we got there and saw how crowded the sites are in that area, we switched to a different one with more privacy.
The lakeside sites would be nice for families with small children. There were TONS of kids running between and through all the sites. Being just the two of us, it wasn't really what we were looking for - definitely wouldn't be a relaxing trip! We moved to C49 and it was absolutely PERFECT! Very spacious/private and close enough to a water spigot to fill up with our hose. The site had a perfect balance of sun and shade. - PugResQ
Jun 2012 - $26.00
First time to this campground. Camped in Area C. Shade is not as abundant in this area and is further from the lake so these sites seem to fill up last but still a good area. Area B is heavily wooded and can be difficult to get a site: reserve early for those sites. Nice campground and one of the nicest camp stores I've seen at a State park. Camp store also offered scooped hard ice cream. Various boats and bikes available for rent. The kids really liked the BMX bike course. A good place for biking. There is a game room at camp store. The beach looked clean and nice but some of the lake water looked green so we did not swim here. The shower house was close to the campsite and had an abundance of clean showers. They appeared to have recently had some minor renovations. There was also a toilet room close by that was older but clean and quite adequate. The campground was a little rowdier than we are used to but was patrolled often. We will add this campground to our regular rotation. - tbga21
Aug 2016 - $26.00
My rating is based on midweek when only about one in twenty sites was taken. On the weekend it wasn't as tranquil. The campground is part of a large park that goes for miles along the lake. There are paved trails all through the area, playgrounds, volleyball, basketball, boat launches: but it's spread out.
There's also a network of more rustic trails for biking or hiking, flat. If you like to fish or kayak: you could do that. The lawns were lush and green for us, but word is it was parched brown a couple weeks ago. I loved it here.
Oh, no water at the site. Come with enough for your stay as there is just one tap at the entry. - Darleen
Jul 2016 - $26.00
We stayed here as a stop before attending a music festival in the area, to dump and fill our tanks and spend a relaxing night. We were not disappointed. Our site backed up to a small channel off the main lake and was very deep. As the weather was hot and humid it was great to have 50 amp without running the generator.
This is on our must visit list to spend more than 1 night. There was a large group in the interior of the loop, all having a good time, but not in anyway infringing on anyone else's fun. We walked around part of the lake and enjoyed the wildlife. The staff all were very friendly. - htowners
Aug 2015 - $27.00
This was our maiden voyage camping in a travel trailer, and it could not have been any better of an experience. The park was very clean, and had shaded sites, a nice playground, trails, bike rentals, and a camp store. The restrooms and showers were clean, and there was even a place to do your laundry. Everyone from the staff to other campers were very friendly and helpful. It was quiet and peaceful at night, and they had movie night for the little ones. We will definitely be back, for a longer stay. - 26River